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The Room Tribute

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Sep 3, 2010 | 11:53 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place September 4, 2010
  • Weekly 3rd Place September 8, 2010

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Nastwich 10 Points Make a nasty sandwich.
The Johnny 10 Points Get Johnny's cafe order from the movie.
Best Friend 25 Points Best your friend.
Bookworm 25 Points Read EVERYTHING.
Bugged 25 Points Record EVERYTHING (and listen).
Destroyer 25 Points Smash EVERYTHING.
Payback 25 Points It's a bitch.
Pusher 25 Points Push the hardest.
Rainmaker 25 Points Make it rain!
Runner 25 Points Win the race.
The Room 25 Points Find it.
Perfect Drug 50 Points Take down Chris R in three rounds.
Quarterback 50 Points Make a perfect pass every time.
Receiver 50 Points Catch the ball every time.
The Machine 50 Points Activate it.
Unsee 50 Points See everything you shouldn't see.

Author Comments

This game is our love letter to the greatest movie ever made.

Please go see "The Room" by Tommy Wiseau. It will change you forever.

Press "f" during play for FullScreen mode.


WARNING, don't read this if you don't want help or spoilers.

To record everything, buy the recorder and place it on the living room phone.

To cool off, stand near the fridge and open the freezer door.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

You guys are the Masters!

Old School RPG style, humor, bitchin music, you guys have everything that makes a game awesome.

Although at times it seemed like the dialog dragged on but I totally get that you were ripping on the movie in which this case is more than forgivable. I can't wait for your next game.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I really like the game but the game glitched up while i was playing catch in the park with mark.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool game

I never saw the movie but it looks interesting. 5 stars


Rated 5 / 5 stars

What a masterpiece.

I've never heard of this movie but CLEARLY I can see this is a tale of epic proportions with it's thrilling and suspenseful storytelling and dialogue. If the

game is as awesome as this movie is perceived then I am sure this will help Tommy Wiseau continue his directing and acting once he sees the sudden revenue

come in from his and will go ahead with his proposed children's cartoon. This man is such a genius to have come up with such a story. I am sure you have made

this man proud with your homage to his film

Lets work on the spoons.
-Right off the bat, go left and look by the remains of the bridge. Rock Spoon is there
-Go Right till you get to the apartment complex and head into the alley, Look at the skeleton and get the Sinister Spoon
-Head out the alley and go right again, In the Flower shop window on the left is the flower spoon
-From here, head up and right to the electronics store. Go in and look at the top of the screen at the boombox. A.I. Spoon here. (Pick up the tape recorder

-Head back to the flower shop area and go right to Outatime Coffee. Look up at the DeLorean. TIME SPOON!
-Head right once more and go into the Police HQ and look in the cell(At the wall, to the right.) Shank Spoon!
-Head right once more and at the first tree on the left by the base of the stump is the Wood Spoon.
-Head INTO the park and look at the bushes in the right side for the Chlorophyll Spoon
-Now, head back to the apartment complex and go inside. then to the right to Marks place. By the fireplace you're going to get the ice spoon... NAH I'M

Messin with you (Hahahaha) It's the Fire Spoon!
-Okay, now head to your house and into the kitchen. This spoon is reaaaaaaaaaaaalllly hard to find, too. Yup. Totally Not there on the table.

~To KO Chris R effectively, have one guy taunt and the other guy do a perfect throw.

~TO make a horrid sammich, slice up a thing of bread, place it on the plate, go by the sink, grab a sponge and then add it on the bread, go underneath the

sink cabinet and get some detergent and add it on. Get some meat by going to the bottom left corner and getting a mouse. Get another slice o bread and there

ya go! Yum yum yum.

~Get the tape recorder and put it on the living room phone. go to your bedroom and listen to it everyday for new stuff. Namely when Lisa says she needs to make a call or something.

~Go to Denny's every day to read his diary.

~The Johnny is a Med. Hot Chocolate.

~Wanna burn your retinas? Okay!
-1st day, before you head home, go left and walk into Marks Place. He took Claudette home, right? Never said Who's home.
-1st day, once Lisa goes upstairs, go into the kitchen (Make a mouse sammich!) and head out. HA HA! Oh, Denny...
-3rd Day, Once you take Denny Home, follow in after him. HA HA... Gross.
-6th Day (I think) once all the guys stop play catch (In their tuxes) follow Mark home. Yeah.
-7th Day, Once you're done having coffee with Mark, go back inside and get a second cup...
-On your birthday, don't go to work yet, see if there's another cookie waiting? There wasn't? She was doing what? With her WHAT? Nice. (Not really)

~ RAGE On everything you see. And when you get it, everyone you can find in the game. Ever noticed what that crack next to Denny's room was? Find out now!

~~~~~~ Thats it. Piss off.~~~~~~~

This game was a bit of an endearing process for me but shit, it was so fucking bad it was perfect. A lot of effort went into this and in the end, Johnny comes out smellin' like Roses. Lovely game.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I haven't seen the film, but thanks to YouTube and Rotten Tomatoes I have an understanding of how terribly bad it is. If this game were reviewed without seeing the film, it would be a 3 star game, with most of those points going to the game interface, humor and art design. In that regard, this is a great parody of Zelda-like RPGs. However, when making a game based on a pointless, esoteric film, the game should be pointless and esoteric. And you pulled that off nicely. In fact, you went a couple of steps further and tied up several plot elements from the movie that were apparently never explained or followed up on, such as Denny's odd behavior, Peter's sudden disappearance, etc. And the game's ending seems like it is a lot better than the ending of the actual film. So when you make a game based on one of the worst movies ever made, and actually improve on the film, that says something.

The negatives include a few glitches where characters get stuck, gameplay that is way too easy and plodding/monotonous (in tribute to the film perhaps?) and a really annoying soundtrack that had me pressing the mute button. Though pertaining to the sound, the effects lifted from the film were rather funny.

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