A Dark Room ®

4.7
9.52K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

A minimalist low-fi RPG harkening back to the days of Zork and Nethack.

- Official Android release of A Dark Room (registered trademark).
- No ads.
- No micro transactions.
- No data usage (playable without wifi)).
- No elevated permissions.
- Made with love by indie game developers.

A Dark Room is an innovative text-based adventure that harkens back to the magic of Zork, adding a modern spin on a classic genre and time in gaming.

It challenges the player’s perceptions, actions and imagination. Visually clean, A Dark Room presents text and cues with limited visual flourishes, but the experience that takes shape is full of depth and environmental storytelling. Audio is also important, portraying a dark world that the player can only imagine.

It is a game that draws players in, allowing them to perceive the intriguing...
Updated on
Jun 30, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

4.7
9.31K reviews
Ryan Kangas
July 9, 2024
Did a few playthroughs, at first the story is minimal and hard to understand but after playing through a few times, made sense and frankly was heartfelt. For an indie game, I truly think this is a good one. Shallow in terms of content but considering how it incentives speed-running, it makes sense. Definitely good for a few hours but after that, well, it's lackluster. Good to pick up and play but once your done with all the endings, there really isn't much else.
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