The Room 1 Review (Oppo Find 7a Gameplay): Original Classic Puzzle Game, With Creepy Vibe, Brilliant Puzzles (Video)

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  • 03 Apr 2015
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  • The Room 1 is a brilliant puzzle game from 2012, that already got a BAFTA award and an Apple award for being so great among all the mobile games. We tested it on the Oppo Find 7a and we got it for a mere dollar a few weeks ago.

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    This one is a 3D puzzle, that’s centered on a series of boxes, as well as cogs, wheels and all sorts of mechanisms to spin around, push and fumble with. You have a special lens that helps you see through transparent areas and align certain 3D elements of various hues and 3D spatial orientations. You will solve puzzles based on maps, weights, physics, numbers, words that lack a letter, symbols and much more.

    A lot of keys are hidden everywhere and sometime you have to access the inventory and spin the key around to find its own mechanism, that makes the key bigger or activates a special extra metal portion of it. There are 5 chapters in the game and everything looks and feels great. The gameplay is fluid and you even get hints if you get stuck.

    You have to read a series of messages, read through the lines to find codes and rotate the objects to all the possible angles to find clues. Millions of downloads later, we’re still very pleased with the game and we give it a 9.7 out of 10. You can download it here.

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