Save Room is an Inventory Management Puzzler Coming November 11 on Console | Trailer

Save Room is a unique puzzle game inspired by the popular survival horror game, Resident Evil 4. Developed by Brazilian Studio Fractal Projects and published by Rataika Games, Save Room is a Puzzle Inventory Management challenge where you must make all the items you have fit into your inventory.

When you enter a ‘save room’ you know you are safe, no danger can come to you, and you can relax. Take advantage of this short period of time to organize your inventory, heal your wounds and reload your weapons. Can you make all the items fit in your inventory?

40 levels make up the game and the objective is really simple, you just need to arrange the items you are presented with and then fit them into your inventory space. You can move, rotate and combine the items. Also, all your weapons need to be reloaded and your life can be in a dangerous state so keep your eye on the screen!

The difficulty curve is progressive, so in the first ten levels, the player only needs to fit the items and reload their weapons. At levels 11 to 25 the player will have to use and combine healing items to keep the health meter away from the danger state. After that, a mechanism for combining gunpowder to create ammunition is presented. In the final levels………… (surprises!)

Relax and Progress

There is no timer at all, and as many gamers have found out from the successful PC release, Save Room has a relaxing approach that is very calming, so the player can just relax and solve the puzzle at his own pace. Each level must be completed to unlock the next one, and the game has many achievements that encourage the player to complete levels and try new things.

Save Room will be out on November 11, 2022, for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Microsoft Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch, priced at $4.99.


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