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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


Bugged 25 Points

Record EVERYTHING (and listen).

Destroyer 25 Points


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!


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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.



Saw the movie on AdultSwim was fun watching it. the game was ten times more fun.

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SPPOOONNNS oh hi mark


this seems to have all the passion of Tennessee Williams.


Dealing with the dialog, you'd have to have seen all or at least know something about the movie to get it. The dialog is, for the most part, taken straight from the movie.

This is a 10 star game.

Why is this a game?

First off, I'd like to say the game is pretty and smooth. It's great in terms of design. I'd love to see something like this for a game that's, well, more of a game. I've played up to where I'm supposed to meet at the park, and so far the game has been near entirely: "Go here. Okay, done." That isn't fun. It's busy work.

For the exceptions that actually have gameplay there's been sandwich making, recording everything, football, and the lone fight. I can't really see any of these as much more than busy work either, though. The fight was cute but had so few options and as a single event can't involve any more strategy. Sandwich was alright, but the place, cut, and place again was getting repetitive even before you had to make a second. Personally, I didn't have much trouble recording everything, even if the ultimate position for the recorder didn't make a whole lot of sense to me, but since people apparently had trouble with it, I guess this is the one part of the game that needs thinking, so credit to that part. Football is fine, but it's not much of a game. I doubt a submission consisting of that would go over well.

So, that leaves the dialogue. I, personally, just found it sort of boring. The parts that weren't random chatter came down to cliche romance drama. But even giving the benefit of the doubt that some people like the dialogue, why try and make a "game" out of it? I guess that's what it comes down to. Why is this a game? The interactivity has been only token, and clicking through the dialogue does not enhance it.

Reading through some reviews, it seems there's multiple endings, so I guess it starts having gameplay at some point, but I think I've played more than enough without to justify stopping. Sorry, it's just boring.

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Credits & Info

4.48 / 5.00

Sep 3, 2010
11:53 AM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click
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