Wii and DS owners looking to get some puzzle-y chamber sliding action on are in for a treat, as Hudson has announced their new title Rooms: The Main Building is all up in that business.
Players find themselves swept into a world of mystery that proves to be unwilling to just let you waltz right on home again; instead, you'll have to work your way out slide-puzzle style with the help of your guide, Mr. Book.
Over 100 levels will be included along with a few platform-specific features. Wii owners get a two-player competition mode to see who can make the quickest, while DS gamers get to muck about with a level editor that also lets you share your creations.
Check out the full press release below and prepare your mind for a mind explosion.
HUDSON ENTERTAINMENT CREATES A FANTASTICAL WORLD IN ROOMS: THE MAIN BUILDING
Upcoming Videogame for Nintendo Wii and DS Bridges the Gap Between Adventure and Mystery
San Mateo, Calif. – Sept 9, 2009 – Hudson Entertainment invites gamers to explore a world filled with mystic beauty and interaction in Rooms: The Main Building. Published by Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American publishing arm of HUDSON SOFT, Rooms: The Main Building will take Wii™ and Nintendo DS™ players on an epic journey in 2010. In the game, an invitation arrives at the character’s doorstep and unknowingly diverts them to an alternate world where players use extraordinary items and devices to navigate through a variety of rooms and buildings. To enter the next room, players must carefully shift rooms around in a manner similar to slide puzzles.
“With the diverse gameplay offered in this unique title, Rooms: The Main Building is the start of another new category for Hudson,” said Mike Pepe, director of marketing of Hudson Entertainment. “As a new type of game, Rooms: The Main Building will transport players of all ages to a beautifully designed world filled with adventure and mystery.”
Designed for Nintendo: Point and Click Controls, Rooms: The Main Building features ideal gameplay for the Wii Remote™ and the Nintendo DS™ stylus. In each room, players must use intellect, strategy and various objects to their full advantage. To escape, rooms can be moved around and matched up with subsequent rooms. The game features a guide named Mr. Book that gives tips on how to move rooms and use various tricks during the adventure. Players are also rewarded with a bonus if the background is placed correctly like in a jigsaw puzzle. With more than 100 rooms to go through and a level editor to create more, this charmed adventure can continue for ages to come.
For more information on Rooms: The Main Building, as well as other titles from Hudson Entertainment, please visit www.hudsonent.com.
Hudson Entertainment is the North and South American publishing arm of Hudson Soft, an international provider of games and entertainment content founded in 1973. Hudson Entertainment focuses on four key businesses: console retail games, digital download content, mobile games, and music. Hudson introduced best-selling videogame franchises including Bomberman, Bonk, Military Madness and Deca Sports. Hudson's mobile division is a leading supplier of games and personalized content. Through numerous partnerships with record labels, Hudson has become a leading provider of digital music and video content. For more information on Hudson Entertainment, please visit www.hudsonent.com.
Hudson Entertainment, and Hudson Soft and their respective logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Hudson Soft. Wii and Nintendo DS are trademarks of Nintendo.
This sounds very interesting, Hudson can maybe make a good game for the Wii if this goes well!
This looks very interesting.
Is it jut me or this sounds more like a WiiWare title rather than a Wii disc based game?
I look forward to any adventure game, but this doesn't really sound like a real adventure. Need to see more of this.
I love puzzly chamber sliding action. I'm intrigued.
Hmmmm, may get the DS version of this if it turns out to be good
Can't wait to hear more!
It sounds very simple tbh, but if anyone can pull it off it's hudson.
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