Room of Truth is a pretty cool concept with gorgeous pixel art.
It’s a game where you play as an investigator and you need to interrogate a prime suspect over the brutal murder of a woman. The game takes place over an interrogation table and you’re given a folder of evidence. You’re looking at an older shaman who lives in a small, uncivilized village where the woman was also from.
The murder scene was nasty- she was found with many scars, cuts, bruises, and other acts of violence. This guy seems like he was trying to practice some kind of shaman thing on her. It’s up to you to crack the case!
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You can use some conventional interrogation techniques like throwing questions out there, trying to scare him, or even use some hard violence against him to see if he cracks. The game sports a few different options for you to use so it’s not exactly linear since it has branching paths. You have to look through all the evidence provided and conjure up a case against him. You get a whole folder to look through filled with precious evidence.
However, you need to get him to confess to the case. You have to option of going peacefully or using some violence against him (such as punching him or waving a pistol in his face). He’s kind of crazy, being from a village int he middle of nowhere, but you’re kind of crazy as well. It’s an interrogation simulator if I ever saw one. And it’s freaking gorgeous too.
The artwork in this game uses a set palette of tones and it looks somewhat monochrome. The pixel art is simply beautiful and has plenty of special effects that keep it interesting. You get to decide if he’s right or crazy.
Overall, Room of Truth is a very unique concept. You’ll run into some typo errors and sentences that don’t flow too smoothly, but it’s okay.
The concept itself is very interesting because you decide how you want to interrogate him and control the pace of the game. Try it out using the link below and find out the case behind the murder in this quite village!
- Very nice pixel artwork
- Interesting concept
- Decide how you want to interrogate
- Awesome narrative
- Grammar mistakes here and there, but it’s okay