The Room Two 9+

A time-spanning journey

Fireproof Studios Limited

    • $1.99



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.


Included in Apple's Best of 2013 Awards.

“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

“An exceptionally good puzzle game; if you liked The Room, be sure to download the sequel” – PadGadget

“One of the best experiences on the iPad. Not just a game, but an experience that is not to be missed, an absolute must buy.” – Apple ‘n’ Apps

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


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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What’s New

Version 1.0.5

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
15.7K Ratings

15.7K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

A terrific follow-up to our 2012 iPad Game of the Year, The Room Two continues the dark, foreboding tale introduced in its predecessor. Marvelously detailed graphics and eerie music make this first-person puzzler feel stunningly real, and as you travel from an ancient crypt to a séance room and beyond, you’ll love unlocking the secrets of every object—and learning more about your mysterious imprisonment.

CuriousAsCanBe227 ,

Fantastic and challenging

I can’t express how much I LOVE Fireproof’s “The Room” games.. I originally came across the first one, which is now The Room Pocket, in 2014 (maybe earlier but I can’t remember) and I read the reviews of how good a game it was because it was challenging and the visuals were amazing. So, to my surprise I LOVED the sample chapter and decided to risk paying money to finish the game...and it was worth it...because it was just the right amount of challenging but also not too easy. So after I finished the first installment I desperately wanted to see if they had a second one and THEY DID!! Now, anyone who knows me knows that I don’t spend money on games because typically you spend x-amount only to be disappointed because it wasn’t worth your money. Well, these games definitely ARE worth it. So I’ve played all 4 and love them! And I love them so much that through the years I’ve actually reinstalled them just to play them again when I can’t find a game challenging enough. Highly recommend :)

Van Doozledorf ,

A Brilliant Evolution of the Original

The Room Two, like its predecessor, is an immersive and impeccably designed puzzle game. Its greatest strength is that it maintains everything that worked in The Room, and then expands on the ominous world it gives players to explore.

First, the controls and interface are perfectly preserved. The player uses the touch screen to examine and manipulate objects and contraptions. Everything from flipping switches, opening lids and handling screwdrivers is done manually via the touchscreen. It makes the player feel like they are unlocking these mysteries with their own hands, and is a critical part of what makes both games so immersive.

Unlike the original, The Room Two features multiple locations, each with their own mysteries to solve. This provides a greater variety of puzzles than The Room, with its intricate boxes, had to offer. Each room has its own feel and internal logic, and the puzzles are just as mind bending as before. Additionally, the unsettling notes left behind for the player by their mysterious acquaintance further advance the plot first laid out in The Room.

Overall, The Room Two feels like a natural evolution of The Room, maintaining the wonderful controls and eerie atmosphere, while offering up a richer variety of puzzles. Fans of the original will find everything they could want in a sequel, while new players would be best served by first playing The Room. It will help you appreciate The Room Two all the more.

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