The Room Tribute

rated 4.48 / 5 stars
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Sep 3, 2010 | 11:53 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged September 10, 2010
  • 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.

PiewDiePie has called this THE GREATEST GAME HE'S EVER PLAYED!

If you agree, please follow us on NG and Twitter.

We've been working on a new game for over four years now and some day we'll show what it is.


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 3.5 / 5 stars

How do you make the nastwhich


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great concept, making the room into a game. It is quite clever and has everything from the movie. The fight mini games are quite annoying though


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game. I wish there were more movie games like this. How awesome would it be if his inspirations (Citizen Kane, Rebel Without A Cause, etc.) also had this long winded meta-gaming/meta-film format?

I do kind of wish that you could get the "spoon machine" going without having to replay the game (assuming you're not good at Easter eggs, as I am terrible at them), but I wasn't expecting that anyway.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Critics sometimes say "an instant classic!" This deserves that rating, which is ironic because the source material is considered so horrible. This game would be complete if instead of autosaves, it had the classic code-style checkpoints where you have to write something down and use it when you turn the game back on. Then it would be just like that old Scooby-Doo game I used to have for the gameboy.

I have a series of questions and consecutive follow-up questions: can I call Marty McFly a chicken? (cheep cheep cheep cheeeeeeep) And if so, will he ride away from me on a hoverboard? And if so, can I chase him? And if so, will I eventually crash into a truck full of shit? And if so, do I get the almanac and send it back to myself in 1955 and change the timeline, turning myself into a dictatorial bachelor who lives in a casino he also owns?

Does Mark's shag pad serve any purpose besides simply being silly? If so, what is it? The sign that has dates didn't seem to work because I went in on several weekdays and a sunday, but.... no dice.

Can I meet Tommy Wiseau when I find out he's a client at the bank? If so, will he say "OH HAI JOHNNY!" and will Johnny in turn say "OH HAI TOMMY!" and then they passionately kiss, turn into owls and fly off together as the world is crushed by the paradoxicality of Vonnegut dimensional physics?

Lastly, is that final scene when I go up to the space ship that's spoon shaped a reference to some other movie or possibly another part of The Room that I'm forgetting? (because it seemed like it was) And if so, can somebody tell me what the fuck it is? And I saw absolutely no spoons in the whole damn game, but I'll look around some more.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

fun game and i like the medals.also the story