Tomb of Rooms : The Videogame


Tomb of Rooms is a third person survival horror / dungeon crawler
for 1-2 players split screen co-op.
Players must ascend a tower full of increasingly difficult, randomly generated levels,
using limited light and limited weapons.
It is created by 1 programmer and 2 artists, and is currently in beta. As such, it is very much still in development, and may well have the odd bug here and there.

A note about co-op:
This game has been built with the goal of being a co-operative split-screen experience. You can enjoy it single player, but if you have the option to sit down with a friend, we heartily recommend you do so!


Click here to go to the download page.
Latest update 21-06-18: v0.408

ToR is free to play, but we accept donations to help us further development.
Alternatively, download on!


If you like Tomb of Rooms, please do follow the ongoing development of the game.
We will be constantly expanding and improving it, and would love to hear your feedback!
Also we have our own FORUM. No signup required!

Tomb of Rooms


Idle Creations Tomb of Rooms screenshot

Idle Creations Tomb of Rooms screenshot

Idle Creations Tomb of Rooms screenshot

Idle Creations Tomb of Rooms screenshot

Idle Creations Tomb of Rooms screenshot

Idle Creations Tomb of Rooms screenshot


If you have an Oculus Rift, you can experience Tomb of Rooms VR! This is a standalone demo made specially for VR single player. You can get it from VRDB or WEARVR:

Tomb of Rooms Tomb of Rooms on WEARVR


Ingame, press escape / start to bring up the menu, to change options and customise controls.

2-Player Mode (splitscreen):
A second player can join in a game at any time after a game has started. Press the spacebar to add a keyboard player, or the A button on a second connected pad.

This game has been optimised to work with wired Xbox 360 controllers.
One of the players can use keyboard and mouse on either version.

You must have OSX Snow Leopard or newer to run the game.
We recommend using a PS3 wireless gamepad, as it is very easy to use with most iMacs / MacBooks. Usually all you need to do is turn on Bluetooth and press the PS button on the gamepad to connect. Mouse & Keyboard work fine, although with a single button mouse you will have to use a keyboard button for shooting / marking (default Q).

We recommend you use a wired XBOX 360 gamepad on Linux. Everything seems to work as in the PC version, except for rumble.

If you have any questions / comments / bugs / anything then please
tell us on the forum!
You don't even need to register to post.

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