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Two Rooms – Download

12 Jan 2009 | Flash, Puzzle |  3 comments
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Two Rooms Two Rooms – Download – Overview
Two separate rooms, two distinct yet similar looking pieces controllable by the player. In this Two Rooms puzzle flash game, the player must utilize the two pieces to overcome puzzles and challenges in each level in order to progress to the next level. There are a total of 30 levels.


Download Two Rooms (File Size ~ 2.51 MB)
Download the ZIP archive: two-rooms.zip

Two Rooms – Quick Instructions
Two Rooms
No preloaders, you will be brought to the title menu and shown some quick instructions.

Two Rooms – Play?
Two Rooms
You need to move the piece to the play area if you want to start playing.

Two Rooms – Title Menu
Two Rooms
Yes, this is an interactive menu whether you like it or not. To be honest, it would be much more easier, simpler and faster to just click any of the buttons directly.

Two Rooms – Action!
Two Rooms
In each level there are two rooms, you need to move one of the piece into the exit area.

Two Rooms – Switch Levels
Two Rooms
A menu with  all 30 levels to select and click would be nice, but no there is no such thing.

Two Rooms – Boom!
Two Rooms
If one piece gets crushed, the other piece will disappear as well. Start again!

Two Rooms – Pause and Options
Two Rooms
Press “P” to pause the game and access the options menu. Read the hints if you are stuck.

Two Rooms – Instructions
Two Rooms
More detailed instructions menu can be accessed via the options menu. These instructions will no doubt be introduced to the players as they progress in the game.

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Deimos’s Thoughts
Graphics may be simple, so is the game play. For some reasons it all clicks together, thus making this puzzle flash game quite attractive and appealing to many players.

Deimos Asks
Do you like such interactive menus, or do you prefer classic click-able ones?


3 Comments

  1. 12th January 2009 
    10:42 pm         

    Jamie
    said the following:

    Hi, whoa, I can play this with my sister. She loves puzzles 🙂

  2. 17th January 2009 
    2:35 am         

    Atniz
    said the following:

    20 levels? That is a lot. I love this kind of games.

  3. 19th January 2009 
    7:11 am         

    Funny Stuff
    said the following:

    That game was a lot of fun. Glad you put this up. I’m on level 16 so far. Some of the levels were a bit tricky.

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