The Room Two On Sale For a Limited Time

The Room Two On Sale For a Limited Time

Oct 9, 2014

The Room Two is on sale for $0.99 for a limited time.

It’s a fun, award-winning puzzle game that incorporates great graphics and transitions.

PICK-UP-AND-PLAY DESIGN
Easy to start, hard to put down, an entrancing mix of intriguing puzzles with a simple user interface

INNOVATIVE TOUCH CONTROLS
A tactile experience so natural you can almost feel the surface of each object

REALISTIC 3D LOCATIONS
Immerse yourself in a variety of stunning environments which will challenge your puzzle solving prowess.

DETAILED 3D OBJECTS
Pore over the intricate details of dozens of artifacts in search of their hidden secrets.

UNNERVING AUDIO
A haunting soundtrack and dynamic sound effects create a soundscape that reacts to your play.

CLOUD SAVING NOW SUPPORTED
Share your progress between multiple devices, and unlock the all-new achievements.

MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORT
Available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish & Brazilian Portuguese.

The game will remain on sale for the rest of the week on the Play Store.

The Room Review

The Room Review

Aug 15, 2014

Mobile gamers rarely get to experience truly innovating games. Most of the high-quality titles are simply good at copying others. The Room is an incredible exception to that fact, as it’s the most fun and unusual quest I’ve played in several years.

The subject of The Room is a series of intricate and impossibly complex locked cabinets, containing clues about a mysterious discovery the player character needs to uncover. The game quite literally revolves around these lockers. The player needs to move the camera around the locker and try to unlock all of its locks, clasps and seals by a series of actions that might just make a person go crazy. The player needs to find keys, pick combinations, scout the locker for clues – and I’m not being sarcastic when I say that it’s damn easy to get lost around the cabinet. Screenshots don’t do justice to the crazy amount of elements each locker contains, and although there are hints, I got mildly frustrated several times, trying to solve the puzzles, or trying to find what the hell I was supposed to do next. It’s not that frustrating to complete, but it’s quite a challenge.

Another outstanding element in The Room is its design. Each piece of each safe is rich with engravings, details, and has great sound design. I literally cannot believe The Room 4this game is only worth a dollar, because it’s easily one of the best-looking and atmospheric games on the platform. The controls are quite awesome as well. Not only do they make use of the touch-screen, but they actually don’t make me want to strangle myself with an earplug cord! During the game, the player has to slide, rotate, turn, and switch an untold number of plugs and bits, and actually having to perform the actions, instead of just clicking on stuff, gives a great amount of satisfaction.

I’m not sure, but it’s entirely possible that The Room is number one Android quest there is. It’s worth ten times its price, and it even manages to cram a captivating story inside of its locked cabinets, in the form of notes and diaries. I don’t want to imply that it’s perfect from all sides – actually, screw that. The controls take a bit of getting used to, but besides that, The Room is a perfect Android quest.