99 Rooms is a beautiful Flash point-and-click adventure of the 'escape the room' variety. The object is to make it through all 99 rooms to the end.
The game makes use of gorgeous photography for visuals, and a moody atmospheric soundtrack for effect. Add to that a bit of Flash interactivity and the result is a memorable experience that will entertain you for an hour or two.
The game is not new. It first surfaced on the Web in June of last year. I passed on it back then since there is not much to the gameplay at all. Moving from one room to the next is often just a click away. Some rooms require a bit more interaction, such as clicking or dragging, though none of them are very difficult. There is at least one room that will likely scare you, so consider yourself warned.
The project was created in Germany by Kim Koester, Richard Schumann, Johannes Buenemann, and Stephan Schulz.
Lately, I have received requests from people suggesting that I create an entry for it, and so, due to popular demand, prepare to enter the 99 Rooms.