Disc Room provides hours of high-stress fun for daring adventurers, and a few mysteries to solve.
What is it? A 2D game about evading deadly spinning discs.
Expect to pay $15/£12
Developer Kitty Calis, Jan Willem Nijman, Terri Vellmann and Doseone
Publisher Devolver Digital
Reviewed on Windows 10, Intel Core i5-9600K, 16GB RAM, Nvidia RTX 2070 Super
Multiplayer? Nope, but there are leaderboards
Out: October 22
Link: Official site
Like Downwell, a game in which you go down a well, Disc Room’s title says what it is: a game about rooms full of discs. The discs bounce around inside square, 2D rooms, and you’ve got to maneuver a little guy around so that he doesn’t get hit by them, because one hit turns him to bloody goo. There’s no fighting the discs. They will eventually make you goo, and you’re scored by how long you stay alive in each room. It’s simple enough, at least until you get to the room where time doesn’t exist.