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About this gameStep into the wondrous world that is the creative mind, but be-careful, it might not be so easy to find a way back.
One Room is a game which started out pretty avant-garde as an entry for the OROW
competition. Its style is unique a bit quirky but also one smooth ride from
start to finish. Or more accurate: a trip :D
If you happen to have played the OROW edition there is still reason to play this
version: Two additional puzzles and improved/additional cutscenes.
AGS Panel Review
"A short exploration of the relationship between creation and interaction, One Room is to be applauded for its concept, if not, perhaps, for its overall execution. Charmingly rudimentary graphics help get the message across, though the puzzle solutions are a little (purposefully?) vague. Recommended."