"Insert Title Here" is an interactive experiment in which you will decide what path to choose, how to react... something innovative which is always nice...
In An Apparently Normal Room you will be trapped in a single room, a white small room with only a single light. A non-visible monitor will talk to you and you will be able to decide what to do, what to say, obey or dissobey. But it's not simple as that. The experiment will put you in a lot of situations, ones will be enjoyable and anothers difficult to decide.
It has been nearly a half-year since the announcement of the game, and finally I'm here with the release! Enjoy this experimental interactive game with multiple endings and issues that make you think for a while. It's a short but impressive game. Thank you to those of you that have supported this game. If you have any problems with the game, tell me.
Plot: You're just a man who participates in a strange experiment. It's a
white room in the middle of nowhere. It has nothing special. A single light illuminates the room. But it's not simple as that.
Highest Rated (2 agree) 7/10
insert title here is really fun and surprising with all the doors and the opening stuff. i like the drug room-trippy as hell :D. you guys are the best! but since im new, i cant rate over 8 so i just picked 7 or 8????? that must be really fun. i always get scared whenever i pick horror game and phycological. the face that just pops up in i think phycological or horror when you open the door really scares me. but thats just whats great with you guys! i just like writing reviews, its just fun! bye bye d:D
Jun 10 2013, 4:18pm by andrea_bbg_104
Lowest Rated (22 agree) 1/10
"An innovative, original and entertaining experiment." - I wouldn't say this was any of those things. It's a bunch of badly programmed crap strung together in a way the developer thought was deep or mysterious, but is just boring. There is no point to this. As a programming experiment, I'm sure the developer learned things, but this wasn't worth sharing with the world.
Jan 20 2013, 7:16am by wccrawford