Editors' Note: WARNING: Due to heavy graphics requirements, The Room Two is only compatible with the iPhone 4S & upwards, and iPod Touch 5th Generation - it is NOT compatible with the older iPhone 4 or iPod 4th Generation. The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This download may not be available in some countries.
The Room Two is a 3D puzzle game that challenges you to unravel the secrets of the mysterious world you suddenly find yourself in. Your only initial clues are a cryptic note left by one who came before you and the trinkets you find on two tables in a shadowy room. Only by examining your surroundings closely and tinkering with various items will you be able to escape from this room and enter the next one.
Mysterious attraction: When you begin this game, it gives you just enough tantalizing details about your strange situation to draw you in. While solving the puzzles is entertaining and rewarding on its own, the game's real draw is the overarching plot that you're trying to uncover bit by bit.
Appropriate help: The game does provide you with hints if you get stuck in certain places. These generally don't spell out the whole solution for you, but they do give you an idea of where to look, and that's generally enough to get you over the hump.
Hard to see: To go along with the theme of the game, most of the rooms that you're in are shrouded in shadow with only a few light sources illuminating important objects. There are some areas, though, where the darkness makes it almost impossible to continue playing the game because you can't see the clues that you need to advance. This is definitely not a game you could play outdoors on a sunny day.
The Room Two is a challenging and compelling mystery that you may have a hard time putting down. It costs $2.99 to download, and there are no additional in-app purchases. If you like this type of mystery puzzle game, it's definitely worth trying out.
Welcome to The Room Two, a physical puzzler, wrapped in a mystery game, inside a beautifully tactile 3D world.
The much anticipated sequel to 'The Room', Apple's Game of the Year 2012 and recipient of a BAFTA award, is here at last.
Follow a trail of cryptic letters from an enigmatic scientist known only as "AS" into a compelling world of mystery and exploration.
What's new in this version: