Lately I've been having these weird dreams where I'm trapped in a room — one of many, it feels — and all I have to do is open the door to make it out, but it's never that simple. It requires drawing spirals on the wall, opening up holes in the floor — even occasionally having to turn my whole world upside down. Eventually I make it out, but behind the door is just... another door. And another door. And another. What does this all mean?!
On an unrelated note, the newest room escape game with a "100" flavor (well, I say newest; another 30 have probably just popped up in the time its taken to write this) is 100 Dreams by Daisuke Suzuki, the maker of the excellent Kagi Nochi Tobira series.The format should be secondhand by now: Each stage presents you with the simple task of opening a door under increasingly complex and puzzling circumstances. The puzzles make full use of your mobile device, requiring you to tap, swipe, drag, tilt, turn and shake your device to solve each mini-escape. It's not revolutionary, although there are some puzzles which make interesting use of the inventory — something I honestly have not seen before. There are only 24 levels at the moment, but more are on the way, and for the brilliant cost of "free," it's hard to complain. So give 100 Dreams a try, and hopefully you can make more sense of your dreams than I can...
NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the iPad 2. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.