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Description

Discover the story of what happens when war comes to a child's bedroom by exploring the space through Augmented Reality.

With “Enter the room", the International Committee of the Red Cross invites you to experience first-hand the brutal reality of war and its impact on civilians.

What’s New

Version 1.3

Apple a mis à jour cette app afin d’afficher l’icône de l’app Apple Watch.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
204 Ratings

204 Ratings

DanielRoss71 ,

Add VR mode please

The experience would be so much more gripping and enthralling if the user were immersed in VR. You could use the AR tracking technology to preserve the ability to walk around the room while wearing VR glasses. Just a suggestion.
If the technology is not readily available for you to render this update, “ARMix” is a developer plug-in suite that would allow for this. I’ve seen it in action, and it works great.

greyk12 ,

Be sure your camera is turned on!

Revised review. My cameras had been shut off. Once turned back on, the app works just fine. Settings > enter the room>allow app to use camera.

Thank you for this devastating app!

I want see this but cannot calibrate my iPhone 8 running the latest iOS software. I have spent quite a bit of time tilting the phone in various directions. Should I be walking around or stay still, moving only the phone? I’ve aimed it at the floor, tilted it side to side and do not know what else to do. Can you give better directions, please? Should the camera be set in a special way? Does it even use the cameras? A bit more information would be of great value. Thank you for your work on this project. Too many people have so little idea of what war for the innocent is. Best regards.

Fairiah ,

I cannot put it into words...

The story is wonderful. The amount of detail being put into a game to spread awareness of what you do and what is happening is amazing. You could see the detail in even the smallest of things, such as the doll and drawings. I replayed the game to see what the doll did and it represented what situation of a child might go through. I clicked on this game and downloaded it because it looked cute, but the story it portrays is much more than just what meets he eye. I assumed it might have something to do with war from the screenshots, but what I played was just amazing. I cannot tell you how much the story touched me. Please, keep doing what you can to help adults and children in such situations.

App Privacy

The developer, Le Comite International de la Croix-Rouge (CICR), has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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