You're stuck in a room that, apart from some elevator like music playing, is clearly not meant to be gracious to guests. Obviously, you don't want to be stuck in this room so it's up to you to make a daring plan and escape! Empty Room Escape by Krutovig and Stasy isn't filled to the brim with bizarre images or ghastly color but instead is a sleek and chastely furnished environment. You will explore the four available scenes picking up items and hints in order to get out to sweet, technology laden freedom. As you roam the stark room your cursor will change to alert you if you can interact with something. Items will be added to your inventory on the right and to look at items closer simply click on the little magnifying glass. You can combine items by enlarging one and then using the second item on the picture of the first.
Though the room may seem an impenetrable fortress of bland at first, Empty Room Escape has several clever tricks up its sleeves. The modest layout of the room forces wily escapists to think beyond the usual pick up an item and go formula. Fortunately, for those who may be battle weary from their searching, the changing cursor is a wondrous gift. Peppered with inventive puzzles and items being practical in their use this game is a fairly linear room escape that still manages to befuddle your brain enough to make your escape quite a victory.