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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.


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 4.5 / 5 stars

Worst film ever made.

The Room might be lauded as one of the worst films ever produced, but the game is pretty well made. A reference to this game is even on 'The Room's wikipedia page now. Isn't Tom Fulp kewl.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I saw the movie once

That's all I needed. Adult Swim played it on April Fools, I was emotionally damaged after that. Tommy Wiseau stole my innocence.
But still, this game is oddly fun


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Heh Heh Heh. What A Funny Story.

I did not hit her, that's Bullshit! I did not hit her. I did Not.
Oh hai reader. I did not expect to have a game like this appear so soon, but thankully, this surprise might as well have been gift-wrapped by Mr. Tommy Wiseau himself.

Let me get this out of the way now: Ever since the Nostalgic Critic's review of the movie "The Room" being removed due to 'copyright' and this particular little response of it, Tommy Wiseau and his lines have officially become an internet meme! Now whether or not that's basically awarding him, or digging his own grave is anyone's guess right now.
See where it all basically began and take your guess here: olinks/thatguywiththeglasses/nostalgi a-critic/26252-the-tommy-wiseau-show

Since this is technically a movie game, I was still expecting to suck some doggy balls, but for a small flash version like this, it's actually worth the time to enjoy. The game's storyline is a weird, wacky one filled with pointless actions, and some hilariously awkward dialogue, but to those who actually saw the movie (...Seriously?!), they would say the game is almost as accurate as Tommy Wiseau's football throwing....almost because it seems that developers, Tom Fulp, JohnnyUtah, and the rest, took the liberty of making some scenes and the overall plot more....interesting, yet still make more sense than the actual movie! Don't believe me, then play through the game and then witness the incredibleness that would even make Chuck Norris wimper at the end of the game! Players traverse through this 'tragic' scene in a small but wonerfully designed 16-bit world, and Chris O' Neill's chip tune BGMs further enhance the mood of the game, but get repetitive eventually.

The game-part however doesn't take a toll just because it's a movie game. The controls are simple enough unless you don't know how to use your mouse yet (in which case, how'd you get here is a mystery). Gameplay takes up inspirations from games like the hilarious simple-minded Pokemon-esque battles, marathon racing, and is similiar to Capcom's 'Dead Rising' series with the replayable-yet somewhat annoying countdown to days-events system, but instead of killing zombies, this game gives you the exhillerating thrill of Going To Work, Throwing Footballs, Paying For Coffee, and Even...Making Sandwiches!!! And let's not forget the most important aspect of all: SPOOOOOOOOOONNSS!!!
That's right! The achievements for this game generally emphasize exploring EVERYTHING in the game, but one of the main changes of this adaptation is the collection of hidden spoons throughout the game. Collect all 10 and you get a special prize. Speaking of special, here's some more

Awesum Tips: Spoon Locations-No not a walkthrough, just a list of all the spoon names, thus maybe giving a clue on their location:
1. Sinister Spoon
2. Rock Spoon
3. Shank Spoon
5. Kitchen Spoon
6. Flower Spoon
7. AI Spoon
8. Time Spoon
9. Tree Spoon
10. Fire Spoon

This is definetly a must-play at least once kind of game for the general audience of Newgrounds, and is a fine tribute to a cult classic of a film. Congratulations. You're my favorite game of the summer. Now I have to throw the football with my doggy now.

$ $ $ $ $
5 SPOOONS out of 5
Review Request Club: WE'LL TEAR YOU APART LISA!!!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice game

i just dont know how to record everything


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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