San Mateo, Calif.– Feb. 9, 2010– Gamers are getting ready to slide their way to freedom this March as Rooms: The Main Building for Nintendo DS™ and Wii™ has gone gold. Published by Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American subsidiary of HUDSON SOFT, Rooms: The Main Building will challenge the minds of Wii and DS players on March 23, 2010 when they are asked to solve sliding puzzles in order to escape a series of surreal mansions. Players use various items and the guidance of their host, Mr. Book, to navigate the mystical new world.
“ Rooms: The Main Building is a fun puzzle adventure game that will provide hours of entertaining and brain stimulating fun,” said Mike Pepe, director of marketing of Hudson Entertainment.“Players not only solve puzzles but can also explore a magical world that literally opens up in front of them. Using wit, strategy and various random objects– like a fishbowl to breath under water, players will discover that solution is only a doorstep away.”
Designed specifically for 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 solve each puzzle. To make it into next room, players must carefully shift pieces in the current room around, in a manner similar to slide puzzles, to keep moving forward. Players are also rewarded with a bonus if the background is placed correctly. With more than 100 rooms to go through and a level editor to create even more, players will be enjoying the Rooms adventure for ages to come.
Rooms: The Main Building’s retail price will be $29.99.
For more information on Rooms: The Main Building, as well as other titles from Hudson Entertainment, please visit www.roomsgame.com.
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