The title was announced at the Sega booth at Tokyo Game Show 2017. FuRyu producer Masaru Oochi, who is a big fan of Roommania #203, said he wants to bring the experience offered by the Dreamcast title to game fans once again.
The gameplay systems are unchanged from Roommania #203. The story will progress as the player, who assumes the role of God, interferes by throwing invisible balls in the room where the protagonist lives. And because it’s a PlayStation 4 title, proper physics are reflected in the thrown balls.
Serani Poji, the fictional pop idol that made music for Roommania #203, is also returning and preparing new music for Project One-Room.
FuRyu will host a stage event for Project One-Room at Tokyo Game Show 2017 on September 23 at 15:00 JST, where it will likely share more information. You’ll be able to watch it live on YouTube, Niconico, and Fresh.