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* BattleRoyaleGame: Rec Royale, Rec Room's unique addition to the Battle Royale genre. Up to 16 players fight to be the last man standing.



* DeadlyGame: Rec Royale, Rec Room's unique addition to the "Battle Royale" video game genre. Up to 16 players fight to be the last man standing.


Rec Room is a room-scale virtual reality multiplayer online video game. It was developed by Seattle-based company Against Gravity and was first released for Microsoft Windows in June 2016 and PlayStation 4 in November 2017.

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Rec Room [[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rec_room.png]]
''Rec Room''
is a room-scale virtual reality multiplayer online video game. It was developed by Seattle-based company Against Gravity and was first released for Microsoft Windows [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PCs]] in June 2016 and PlayStation 4 UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 in November 2017.






* WaveMotionGun: A handheld one is present in "Cyber Junk City".

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* WaveMotionGun: A handheld one is present in "Cyber Junk City".City".
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* Cyberpunk: The theme of the new laser tag map "Cyber Junk City".

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* Cyberpunk: {{Cyberpunk}}: The theme of the new laser tag map "Cyber Junk City".


* ChainsawGripBFG: The Pulse Cannon, featured in "Cyber Junk City".



* Cyberpunk: The theme of the new laser tag map "Cyber Junk City".



* TheQuest: Currently, four quests are included in the game.

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* TheQuest: Currently, four quests are included in the game.game.
* WaveMotionGun: A handheld one is present in "Cyber Junk City".

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* AdvancingWallOfDoom: Present in Rec Royale as a swarm of bees [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment who happen to enjoy electronic dance music]].


* ColorCodedItemTiers: In Rec Royale, many items come in increasing color-coded rarities: white, green, blue, purple, and orange, respectively.

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* ColorCodedItemTiers: In Rec Royale, many items come in increasing increasingly powerful color-coded rarities: white, green, blue, purple, and orange, respectively.


Rec Room, set in a cartoon-style YouthCenter, consists of eleven separate multiplayer online games, including four cooperative action role-playing games, two first-person shooters, a Pictionary-like game, and four sports games. It also provides in-game tools for user-generated maps and games.

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Rec Room, set in a cartoon-style YouthCenter, consists of eleven separate multiplayer online games, including four cooperative action role-playing games, two three first-person shooters, a Pictionary-like game, and four sports games. It also provides in-game tools for user-generated maps and games.


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* ColorCodedItemTiers: In Rec Royale, many items come in increasing color-coded rarities: white, green, blue, purple, and orange, respectively.


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* DeadlyGame: Rec Royale, Rec Room's unique addition to the "Battle Royale" video game genre. Up to 16 players fight to be the last man standing.


Rec Room, set in a cartoon-style YouthCenter, consists of ten separate multiplayer online games, including four cooperative action role-playing games, two first-person shooters, a Pictionary-like game, and four sports games. It also provides in-game tools for user-generated maps and games.

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Rec Room, set in a cartoon-style YouthCenter, consists of ten eleven separate multiplayer online games, including four cooperative action role-playing games, two first-person shooters, a Pictionary-like game, and four sports games. It also provides in-game tools for user-generated maps and games.



* CaptureTheFlag: One of the two Paintball gamemodes - the other being Team Battle.

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* CaptureTheFlag: One of the two Paintball gamemodes game modes - the other being Team Battle.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: At the end of every quest, players receive a themed item of clothing to put on their avatar.

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* CaptureTheFlag: One of the two Paintball gamemodes - the other being Team Battle.


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* GhostPirate: The final boss of "Isle of the Lost Skulls".


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* RayGun: The main weapons of Laser Tag and "The Rise of Jumbotron".
* ShamuFu: Fish may be used as an emergency weapon in "Isle of the Lost Skulls"


Rec Room, set in a cartoon-style ''YouthCenter'', consists of ten separate multiplayer online games, including four cooperative action role-playing games, two first-person shooters, a Pictionary-like game, and four sports games. It also provides in-game tools for user-generated maps and games.

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Rec Room, set in a cartoon-style ''YouthCenter'', YouthCenter, consists of ten separate multiplayer online games, including four cooperative action role-playing games, two first-person shooters, a Pictionary-like game, and four sports games. It also provides in-game tools for user-generated maps and games.



* ''BreakableWeapons'': All weapons featured in "Isle of Lost Skulls" are destructible.
* ''CuteMachines'': Despite trying to kill you, the enemies of "The Rise of Jumbotron" are quite adorable.
* ''DeadlyDisc'': Players may use dinner plates as a throwing weapon in "Isle of Lost Skulls".
* ''DemBones'': Pirate-themed enemies of "Isle of Lost Skulls".
* ''DualWielding'': If something can be held, two of them can be held in both hands.
* ''FamilyFriendlyFirearms'': Including cartoony pistols, shotguns, sniper rifles, burst rifles, grenade launchers, and a pirate-themed cork gun.
* ''FryingPanOfDoom'': In "Isle of Lost Skulls", players may use a frying pan as a weapon or shield.
* ''GrenadeHotPotato'': If one is fast enough, he or she may throw a primed grenade back at their attacker.
* ''GrenadeLauncher'': A paintball variant.
* ''GrievousBottleyHarm'': In the "Isle of Lost Skulls", enemies and players alike can use bottles as a projectile weapon.
* ''KillerRobot'': The enemies of "The Rise of Jumbotron".
* ''LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe'': Players may use a shield in "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron" and "Quest for the Golden Trophy", as well as in Paintball.
* ''MadeOfExplodium'': Explosive jugs, as they appear in the "Isle of the Lost Skulls".
* ''MagicWand'': Or more appropriately, a firework taped to a stick, as featured in "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron".
* ''ShortRangeShotgun'': A paintball variant.
* ''SniperRifle'': A paintball variant.
* ''SuicideAttack'': Mouse Bombs run up to the player and explode in "The Rise of Jumbotron".
* ''TennisBoss'': Witches and the final boss of "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron" launch purple orbs that must be deflected back into them. Also, the caged skeleton in "Isle of Lost Skulls" throws bombs that can be tossed back to him.
* ''TheQuest'': Currently, four quests are included in the game.

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* ''BreakableWeapons'': BreakableWeapons: All weapons featured in "Isle of Lost Skulls" are destructible.
* ''CuteMachines'': CuteMachines: Despite trying to kill you, the enemies of "The Rise of Jumbotron" are quite adorable.
* ''DeadlyDisc'': DeadlyDisc: Players may use dinner plates as a throwing weapon in "Isle of Lost Skulls".
* ''DemBones'': DemBones: Pirate-themed enemies of "Isle of Lost Skulls".
* ''DualWielding'': DualWielding: If something can be held, two of them can be held in both hands.
* ''FamilyFriendlyFirearms'': FamilyFriendlyFirearms: Including cartoony pistols, shotguns, sniper rifles, burst rifles, grenade launchers, and a pirate-themed cork gun.
* ''FryingPanOfDoom'': FryingPanOfDoom: In "Isle of Lost Skulls", players may use a frying pan as a weapon or shield.
* ''GrenadeHotPotato'': GrenadeHotPotato: If one is fast enough, he or she may throw a primed grenade back at their attacker.
* ''GrenadeLauncher'': GrenadeLauncher: A paintball variant.
* ''GrievousBottleyHarm'': GrievousBottleyHarm: In the "Isle of Lost Skulls", enemies and players alike can use bottles as a projectile weapon.
* ''KillerRobot'': KillerRobot: The enemies of "The Rise of Jumbotron".
* ''LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe'': LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe'': Players may use a shield in "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron" and "Quest for the Golden Trophy", as well as in Paintball.
* ''MadeOfExplodium'': MadeOfExplodium: Explosive jugs, as they appear in the "Isle of the Lost Skulls".
* ''MagicWand'': MagicWand: Or more appropriately, a firework taped to a stick, as featured in "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron".
* ''ShortRangeShotgun'': ShortRangeShotgun: A paintball variant.
* ''SniperRifle'': SniperRifle: A paintball variant.
* ''SuicideAttack'': SuicideAttack: Mouse Bombs run up to the player and explode in "The Rise of Jumbotron".
* ''TennisBoss'': TennisBoss: Witches and the final boss of "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron" launch purple orbs that must be deflected back into them. Also, the caged skeleton in "Isle of Lost Skulls" throws bombs that can be tossed back to him.
* ''TheQuest'': TheQuest: Currently, four quests are included in the game.

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* ''SuicideAttack'': Mouse Bombs run up to the player and explode in "The Rise of Jumbotron".

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* ''CuteMachines'': Despite trying to kill you, the enemies of "The Rise of Jumbotron" are quite adorable.


* ''BreakableWeapons'': All weapons featured in the "Isle of Lost Skulls" are destructible.

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* ''BreakableWeapons'': All weapons featured in the "Isle of Lost Skulls" are destructible.



* ''DemBones'': Pirate-themed enemies of the "Isle of Lost Skulls".

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* ''DemBones'': Pirate-themed enemies of the "Isle of Lost Skulls".



* ''FryingPanOfDoom'': In the "Isle of Lost Skulls" quest, players may use a frying pan as a weapon or shield.

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* ''FryingPanOfDoom'': In the "Isle of Lost Skulls" quest, Skulls", players may use a frying pan as a weapon or shield.



* ''GrievousBottleyHarm'': In the "Isle of Lost Skulls" quest, enemies and players alike can use bottles as a projectile weapon.

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* ''GrievousBottleyHarm'': In the "Isle of Lost Skulls" quest, Skulls", enemies and players alike can use bottles as a projectile weapon.



* ''MadeOfExplodium'': Explosive jugs, as they appear in the "Isle of the Lost Skulls" Quest.

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* ''MadeOfExplodium'': Explosive jugs, as they appear in the "Isle of the Lost Skulls" Quest.Skulls".



* ''TennisBoss'': Witches and the final boss of "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron" launch purple orbs that must be deflected back into them. Also, the caged skeleton in "Isle of the Lost Skulls" throws bombs that can be tossed back to him.

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* ''TennisBoss'': Witches and the final boss of "The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron" launch purple orbs that must be deflected back into them. Also, the caged skeleton in "Isle of the Lost Skulls" throws bombs that can be tossed back to him.


* ''"DeadlyDisc'': Players may use dinner plates as a throwing weapon in "Isle of Lost Skulls".

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* ''"DeadlyDisc'': ''DeadlyDisc'': Players may use dinner plates as a throwing weapon in "Isle of Lost Skulls".

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