Oxide: Room 104
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Aside from a few strange or seemingly missing reactions from Matt, there are interesting puzzles, a creepy antagonist, and several nightmarish creatures to kill or avoid throughout the game. Being able to choose which rooms to explore helps to create different experiences over multiple runs. Not every key needs to be used before one of the endings is unlocked, so it will likely take a few playthroughs to figure out how everything in the motel is connected and what's inside all of the rooms in Oxide Room 104.
Oxide: Room 104 can tire many in the rough, the animations are basic, the combats are complicated. In addition, it can be frustrating in many ways, because of the number of deaths you will have, or how demanding you are in terms of the order you must follow to finish it. However, for fans of the horror genre, Oxide: Room 104 is an easy recommendation as long as you don't approach the game with higher-budget games in mind. What this title has to offer you is an original, fun, and well-planned experience in terms of gameplay and level and puzzle design.
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Focusing on puzzles rather than action – most noteworthy encounters are delivered via quick time events – Oxide Room 104 may be rough around the edges but it has a certain something that elevates it above many of its competitors. It has a genuinely oppressive atmosphere, its puzzles are engaging, and its looping mechanic adds a exciting twist. If you’re a survival horror fan looking for something that will occupy an evening or two, this may just fit the bill.
Combining escape room gameplay and action, Oxide Room 104 is a bone-chilling single-player body-horror game set inside an old motel. Abducted, at the mercy of a ruthless scientist, and stalked by a horrible creature, you must try to escape using common sense, just as you would in real life.