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Crimson Room: Decade

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Based on 5 critic reviews
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Available on:PCJun 10, 2016

Developers: Dream Holdings, TAKAGISM Inc.

Publisher: Degica

Genres: Puzzle, Adventure

A decade after the release of the original Crimson Room Flash game comes the sequel, Crimson Room Decade. Inspector Jean-Jacques Gordot finds himself investigating the Crimson Room. A door that won’t open, a flickering light bulb, scattered wine bottles… has he been here before?

To escape, you’ll need to use everything at your disposal. Explore every nook and cranny of the room to find environmental clues and objects to aid you in your escape. Use, manipulate and combine items to solve challenging puzzles and further unlock the mysteries of the Crimson Room.

Can you escape the room?

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Complex puzzles and a tense atmosphere make this a definite must-buy for escape the room fans.

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4 / 10

Since the feeling of discovery is the only real draw here, it gives you no incentive to replay after you've solved it once

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3 / 10

Crimson Room Decade is an interesting little experiment, but it lacks content. Granted, an alternate version of the game that has hundreds of puzzles wouldn't be ideal, either. Still, it really feels like more could have been done with the concept. A few clever ideas just aren't enough for this game to receive a recommendation.

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Chris Roberto

I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed this game. I mean, I had an idea I would, for sure, but when it was all said and done, I found it to be more enjoyable than I originally expected. It never outstayed its welcome, in any aspect, and that’s something to be commended. Now, let’s hope if there’s a trilogy in the works we don’t have to wait another decade to play it.

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