Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I could better this code.(Not too fancy).
I'm supposed to use a switch statement. I think the concept isn't bad. But some things are off as far as my opitions displaying correcly.

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main ()
{
	char Direction;
    int room;

	cout << "*****************************************\n"
		 << "* A Simple Text Based C++ Adventure Game*\n"
         << "*****************************************\n\n\n"
	     << "At any given time you, the player can move north,\n"
		 << "sout, east, and west by entering N, S, E, or W respectively.\n"
		 << "When you enter a room the program will output a room description\n"
		 << "and tell you what directions have doors available. If you select\n"
		 << "a direction then you will move in that direction to a room adjacent\n"
		 << "to where you are located. If you enter a direction where there is no\n"
		 << "door you will be informed that the move is invalid.\n\n\n"
		 << "You, the player will begin in room 1 and win the game when you reach room 7.\n\n\n";
	
	cout << "You are now in Room 1.\n"
		<< "Room 1 has a north door to room 2 and an east door to room 4.\n";
	room = 1;
	cout << "Enter a direction (N or E): ";
	cin >> Direction;


	switch (Direction)
	{
		case 'n':
		case 'N':
		
			if(room = 1)
			{
				cout << "You are now in Room 2.\n"
				<< "Room 2 has an east door to room 3 and a south door to room 1\n"
				<< "Enter a direction (E or S) ";
				cin >> Direction;
				room = 2;
			}
			if(room = 4)
			{
				cout << "You are now in Room 3.\n"
				<< "Room 3 has an east door to room 6, a west door to room 2,\n"
				<< "a north door to room 5, and a south door to room 4.\n"
				<< "Enter a direction (E, W, N, or S) ";
				cin >> Direction;
				room = 3;
			}
	

			break;

		case 's':
		case 'S':

			
			if (room = 6)
			{
				cout << "You are now in room 7.\n"
					 << "YOU WIN THE GAME!!!!!\n";
				room = 7;
			}
			

			break;


		case 'e':
		case 'E':

			if(room = 1)
			{
				cout << "You are now in Room 4.\n"
				     << "Room 4 has a north door to room 3 and a west door to room 1\n"
					 << "Enter a direction (N or W) ";
				cin >> Direction;
				room = 4;
			}
	        if ( room = 2)
			{
				room = 3;
			}
		

			if (room = 3)
			{
				room = 6;
				cout << " You are now in room 6.\n"
					 << "Room 6 has a south door to room 7\n"
					 << "and a west door to room 3.\n"
					 << "Enter a direction (W or S) ";
				cin >> Direction;
				
			}

			break;

		case 'w':
		case 'W':
			if(room = 6)
			{	
				room = 3;

			}
			
			break;
			
		default:
			cout << "unknown room\n\n";
	}

		

}

>> Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I could better this code.

Yes -- use code tags. Your code is too hard to read to make any useful comments.

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