The Desolate Room is a fairly obscure CRPG produced by Scott Games for Windows PC.
Here is a quote from http://www.tigsource.com/ by Derek Yu, who explains the game a little better than I could!
"To say that The Desolate Room is not your typical RPG would be an understatement. I'm actually having trouble deciding what I should say in this post, because I don't want to spoil the experience for you.
I'll say this much: the game "happens" in three different places. The first is an island, where a lonely, egg-obsessed coffee machine robot resides. The second place is a virtual world. The third is the past... in the memories of other, long-dead robots. The way the coffee robot, the long-dead robots, and the three places connect to each other is a great bit of storytelling. It's not complex or anything... just thoughtful and well-done.
The game begins on the island, and you play as the coffee robot. PLEASE don't let the rather mundane fetch quests in the first part of the game (or the overall clunkiness of its presentation) deter you from continuing! It picks up quite quickly from then on and I promise that (some of) you will really dig the battle/experience system, which is evenly-paced and quite satisfying (and a little overwhelming at first)."
If you are at all interested in RPG's or unique, emotional narratives, this game is worth a look for you. It's sad and strange and not a little bit scary. When you realize what the title of the game means, it's a genuinely chilling moment. I'll be thinking about this game for a while."
The Desolate Room Battle Music
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