The Room Two

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About this game

NOTE: If playing on a Tab3, you'll need the Android 4.4 update installed to run the game.

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’, 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.


“An incredibly compelling experience with clever puzzles, gorgeous visuals, and a spooky atmosphere; absolutely brimming with new ideas.” – The Verge

“An intricately woven work of fiction perfectly suited to its format, this is the sort of game that it's worth sitting in the dark for.” - Pocketgamer

“A gorgeous-looking game offering larger locations with multiple interactive areas and puzzles. A perfect game for a cold winter's night.” – Eurogamer

“Leaves you thinking about how to solve its puzzles even when not playing; a sign of a classy game, which this most definitely is.” – 148Apps

“A superb sequel with stunning visuals, the level of complexity on display here is quite astounding. The Room Two should be on top of your gaming list.” - GSM Arena


Easy to start, hard to put down, an entrancing mix of intriguing puzzles with a simple user interface

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

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

Pore over the intricate details of dozens of artifacts in search of their hidden secrets.

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

Share your progress between multiple devices, and unlock the all-new achievements.

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


Fireproof Games is a small independent studio based in Guildford in the United Kingdom.
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Updated on
Oct 10, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

188K reviews
Colbey C
January 16, 2024
Worth every penny. I've played through the games a few times now (with some time between obviously) and they never fail to stump me. Mostly everything is sequential and it's about noticing that next little detail, and thinking outside the box. Occasionally you're reminded of a previous puzzle, but most require a new outlook on the current situation. You're not likely to get overwhelmed and lost in choices, mostly just a little lost finding that detail you missed. 10/10 would recommend
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Teri Kramer
February 24, 2024
Really engaging, although I never did quite get the whole story line. It definitely left me wanting another follow up game. Not so hard you get frustrated enough to quit, but challenging enough to keep it interesting. And I love that there are no ads or in game purchases. Just one and done buy up front. Since I didn't play The Room one or Three, I guess I am in luck, I can keep on playing!
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A Google user
March 5, 2019
I enjoyed this game immensely, both as a fan of mechanical puzzles and the Cthulhu mythos -- it was a neat take on something akin to that. None of the puzzles were frustratingly hard, but just challenging enough that occasionally I did need a clue or two, mostly when figuring out how exactly to interact with an item (turn, pull, etc), rather than which item to interact with. The little bits of lore were pleasantly creepy and very satisfying.
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