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The Room 4: Old Sins

Fireproof Games are proud to bring the fourth instalment of the critically acclaimed game series ‘The Room’ to PC. The Room 4: Old Sins features a strange, multi-room dollhouse to explore and continues the engaging puzzle gameplay of its predecessors set against the background of a tragic story. In a considerable visual upgrade from the mobile release, Fireproof Games have re-built, re-textured and re-lit every shiny object and atmospheric environment in the game to pull players further into the mysterious world of The Room. The story of The Room 4: Old Sins centres on the sudden disappearance of an ambitious engineer and his high-society wife which provokes the hunt for a precious artefact. The trail leads to the attic of their home, and the discovery of an old, peculiar dollhouse… Explore unsettling locations, follow obscure clues and manipulate bizarre contraptions to uncover the mysteries within Waldegrave Manor.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

The Room 1: Boxes
The Room 2: Rooms
The Room 3: Confusion
The Room 4: Room inside a room inside a room inside a room..
Every game has gotten better and every time it is a great time to figure out. I wish I could play through the games multiple times.

Review from Steam

Are you looking for a relaxing puzzle game?
Then The Room 4 is for you.
The game revolves around a very well crafted dollhouse.
The graphics and details are nice and pleasing to the eye.
Throughout the game, you will unlock new rooms to visit and new puzzles to solve.
I liked how some rooms are "connected" to others.
Knowing the other games of the series, I didn't really expect many new things.
But the game still happened to surprise me from time to time.
The puzzles are based on observation and item manipulation.
They are quite easy (even if, sometimes, it takes a little time to figure out what to do).
They are not timed, so no stress.
And if you are stuck, there is an optional hint system that will help you advance.
There is no malus to using the hint system.
The achievements are only tied to the rooms completion, so it is really up to you.
Like the other games of the series, there is this nice lovecraftian atmosphere.
It is dark but not spooky.
This game has its own story that continues the overall story of the series.
Unlike the previous game, there is only one ending.
So there is no "extra" little puzzles.
But I didn't mind.
This game is like a good movie where you spend some good time from the beginning to the end.
There is also some sort of "Inception" feeling in it (at least for me).
The veterans of the series know what to expect and won't be disappointed.
I think, newcomers (either people who are used to puzzle games or people who want to discover the genre), would enjoy the game.
The game is very accessible and you don't really need to have played the previous games in the series.
Oh, and if you are more familiar with another genre of games, there are also big black tentacles in this game (they can be scary :D).

Review from Steam

The Room Universe is the polar opposite of a barrier-free environment. It's hard sci-fi at one if its most frightening manifestations. The implications, the applications! It's a hole in your pocket within a hole in your pocket within a hole. In fact, it's a liminal labyrinth of transdimensional holes, a meticulous Rube Goldberg machine to unwrap, where every hole is significantly off-centre, so you can traverse it exclusively with your dissociated mind's eye instead of your inflexible fingers, and progress only if you can stay extremely focused while juggling and solving dozens of 4D Rubik's Cubes simultaneously in the middle of a street on a rainy night, during which the thunder rumbles and the wind whispers the songs of madness in your ears.
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Review from Steam

Now waiting for The Room 5...

Review from Steam

The puzzles are mostly straightforward and extremely rewarding.
Best story so far, supported by fantastic surreal visuals and audio.
Way less travel times than in part 3.
10/10
Would play with a dollhouse again

Review from Steam

You like puzzle games ? you like dark atmosphere in Lovecraft style (but you are not looking for jumpscares) ? Then this is a no brainer.
I played and loved all "The Room" series, this one is not an exception. Usually, when a movie has a number after its title, it means "crappy thing in order to milk the franchise to the end". For The Room serie, it's the opposite: more ideas, more eye candy, more of these puzzles we love.
By the way, puzzles are original, almost never stupid things in the rubik's cube spirit. It almost always about observing and associating things.

Review from Steam

---{Graphics}---
☐ You forget what reality is
☑ Beautiful
☐ Good
☐ Decent
☐ Bad
☐ Don‘t look too long at it
☐ MS-DOS
---{Gameplay}---
☑ Very good
☐ Good
☐ It‘s just gameplay
☐ Mehh
☐ Watch paint dry instead
☐ Just don't
---{Audio}---
☐ Eargasm
☑ Very good
☐ Good
☐ Not too bad
☐ Bad
☐ I'm now deaf
---{Audience}---
☐ Kids
☑ Teens
☑ Adults
☐ All
---{PC Requirements}---
☐ Check if you can run paint
☑ Potato
☐ Decent
☐ Fast
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer
---{Difficulity}---
☐ Just press 'W'
☐ Easy
☑ Significant brain usage
☐ Easy to learn / Hard to master
☑ Difficult
☐ Dark Souls
---{Grind}---
☑ Nothing to grind
☐ Only if u care about leaderboards/ranks
☐ Isnt necessary to progress
☐ Average grind level
☐ Too much grind
☐ You‘ll need a second live for grinding
---{Story}---
☐ No Story
☐ Some lore
☐ Average
☑ Good
☐ Lovely
☐ It‘ll replace your life
---{Game Time}---
☐ Long enough for a cup of coffee
☑ Short
☐ Average
☐ Long
☐ To infinity and beyond
---{Price}---
☐ It’s free!
☑ Worth the price
☐ If u have some spare money left
☐ Not recommended
☐ You could also just burn your money
---{Bugs}---
☑ Never heard of
☐ Minor bugs
☐ Can get annoying
☐ ARK: Survival Evolved
☐ The game itself is a big terrarium for bugs