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»What does the imprisonment of a janitor, a majestic wooden horse and a room filled to the top with water have in common? Answer these questions and more by making your way through the chaos-ridden hallways of a not so typical university.«

Room669 is a first person walking simulator, in wich you uncover the circumstances of a huge campus riot. On your way to find out what happend, you will encounter many obstacles to overcome, and in the end uncover the story of the ridiculous situation.

Anika HandtkeAlisa FeldhoferClara MüllerMarkus Werner

Release date Feb 03, 2018
Made withUnity, Maya
TagsColorful, Comedy, Crime, Destruction, Detective, First-Person, lowpoly, Singleplayer, Unity, Walking simulator
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
AccessibilityInteractive tutorial


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Room669.zip 111 MB


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Where is the play button


will this be made available on mac?


hey sorry for the long wait ^^' unfortunately Room 669 won't  be available on mac, the project is completed and all team members are already working on new projects. I'm sorry, but thanks for your interest in our game :)


I downloaded it and then  try to play it but then my computer says this app can't run on your PC try to get a version for your computer but my computer is on the latest update 


So much to see. All very colourful. So much detail in everything. All very well made. Lovely music. This is a great play. Congrats on this. Well done to all involved... :)


Just saw this on Vinesauce (despite the name of the stream, he liked it)- really good detail. and the life drawing room especially made me laugh! Hope to see more games :)

Dude, what?

This game was pretty fun. I liked how even a snap shot can tell a whole story.

What a weird riot i have to say. I t was a bit confusing at first but later on i've finally figured out how it works. Some puzzles were a bit weird - specially the hole in a window - but thankfully there's a helpful phone :) Great concept and gave overal