As the robot slave of some sort of mad scientist, you are tasked with finding and waking Lenore (whoever, or whatever that is) in Chamber Door. In this point-and-click adventure from Silver Stitch, you and your sidekick Eleven delve into dark forgotten chambers to begin your search. Use either [A] and [D] or left and right [arrow] keys to move, and press [S] or down [arrow] to interact with the switch boxes. After you activate a switch, use the mouse to control Eleven.
Inspired by The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe, the twisted story reveals itself through a series of scrolls found throughout the game. There is no inventory, so the puzzles are generally just a matter of clicking things in the right order on each screen. And although the cursor doesn't change for hot spots, various levers and knobs are fairly easy to spot. Chamber Door is great at setting a mysterious, somewhat creepy mood. The personality of the game reminds me somewhat of Windosill, but more spooky than whimsical. Short and simple, but with haunting piano tunes and wonderful atmosphere, Chamber Door offers up a solid little adventure even Poe would enjoy.