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Rooms: The Main Building

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Rooms: The Main Building (Nintendo DS) Review

28 September 2010

Rooms: The Main Building Review

23 September 2010
  • Excerpt: For many, sliding puzzles are synonymous with cereal boxes and cheap Christmas crackers. Usually they'll sport a picture of a topical film hero or cartoon character, and they're nearly always encased by crude and colourful plastic. In video game form, sliding puzzles are rarely used as anything more than throw-away mini-games.
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Overall 8
Gameplay 9
Graphics 7
Sound 9
Replay value 9

Rooms the Main Building

Family Friendly Gaming
22 September 2010
  • Excerpt: I do not recall exactly when and where I heard about Rooms the main building. All I knew for sure was this is an interesting looking puzzle game from Hudson Entertainment, and we had never heard of it before. That can be a bad thing at times. When publishers and developers slip something past, and ignore respected and established media outlets like Family Friendly Gaming, it is usually because there is something seriously wrong with the game.
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Review: Rooms: The Main Building (Nintendo DS)

Diehard GameFAN
6 August 2010
  • Summary: Rooms: The Main Building is an enjoyable puzzle game for the Nintendo DS. Above all else, it is fun to play and features plenty of content on top of a great creation tool. Puzzle veterans might find it a bit too easy, and the lack of Wi-Fi is a bit disappointing, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from having a blast with the game. If the price tag is too much for you, look for the downloadable PC version. Otherwise, I can easily recommend this game.
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Overall 7
Gameplay 7
Graphics 6
Sound 4
Longevity 7

Rooms: The Main Building

6 July 2010
Overall 8

NDS Review - 'Rooms: The Main Building'

23 April 2010
  • Summary: In Rooms: The Main Building, an invitation arrives at the character's doorstep and unknowingly diverts them to an alternate world where players use extraordinary items and devices to navigate through a variety of rooms and buildings. To enter the next room, players must carefully shift rooms around in a manner similar to slide puzzles.
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Overall 7

Rooms: The Main Building review

5 April 2010
  • Pros: Makes tile-slide puzzles compulsive and fun, An interestingly quirky art style, Tunes start catchy, and the sound effects are good
  • Cons: A bit gloomy at times, Music soon becomes irritating, Can get repetitive
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Overall 7

Expert Review

Official Nintendo Magazine
3 July 2010
  • Excerpt: It's almost as if Natsume knows this is a hard-sell. Nervous glances and strangled coughs can easily be imagined in Rooms: The Main Building's pitch meeting. The idea of chucking players into a succession of locked rooms where their only means of escape comes via sliding tiles around the screen can hardly have leapt off the flip chart.
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Expert Review

4 weeks ago
  • Pros: + simples Spielprinzip + leichte Steuerung + nette Musik
  • Cons: - sehr kurz - zu dunkel - Spielprinzip im Vergleich zu ähnlichen Spielen eher schwach
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Overall 6

Rooms: The Main Building Review

2 October 2013
  • Summary: Was dem einen die Actionspiele sind, sind dem anderen die Denk- und Puzzlespiele. In der letzten Kategorie gibt es neben den Gehirntrainern, Kreuzworträtseln oder Sudoku -Ablegern, auch die Variante der Schieberätsel. In selbige Rubrik gehört „Rooms: The Main Building“, welches von Hudson Soft entwickelt und von Nintendo hierzulande veröffentlicht wird. Wie und ob die Schieberätsel auf dem DS überzeugen können, haben wir in unserem eigenen Raum herausgefunden.
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