Tiny Room Story: Town Mystery 4+

Isometric point & click quest

Vasily Povalyaev

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Find the answers of town mystery in the game with escape the room mechanics

You are a private detective. After receiving a letter from your father, asking for help, you go to the small town of Redcliff.
The city is completely empty. Where have all the inhabitants gone? What happened to your father?
This is what you have to find out. Explore the city, find clues, solve puzzles, open locks to advance your investigation. The game is a mixture of escape the room and classic quests.

- Fully 3D levels that can and should be rotated to inspect them from another angle.
- Variety of locations from the usual residential building to the ancient catacombs.
- Interactive world
- Many puzzles
- Detective story, with unexpected plot twists.

Best Mobile Game - Indie Prize Award
Best Mobile Game - DevGAMM’2019
Best Mobile Game - GTP Indie Cup W'19
Best Indie Game (Nominee) - DevGAMM’2019
Excellence in Game Design (Nominee) - DevGAMM’2019

What’s New

Version 1.12

- A new chapter that complements the main plot of the game, revealing the past of the protagonist.
- Completely redesigned hint system that tracks all the player's actions and gives out information and actions necessary to advance through the story
- Fixed bugs and errors causing crashes in the game systems
- Fix UI bugs

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3K Ratings

3K Ratings

Yeetums McSqueetums ,

Looks good, is somewhat interesting, but the puzzles…

This game has a great look and it is pretty interesting. Unfortunately, the main mechanic of a game like this is the puzzles, and a number of the puzzles are just nonsense. For many solutions, there is absolutely no reason you should think to do what the game has you do. For example, there is a locked power box that you have to get into. The solution is to use your pliers to loosed the hinges on the door. The problem with this is that it is complete nonsense. If I loosen the hinges, the door would still be locked, and it would not come off. Therefore, no one would reasonably think to do that. This is the worst one I’ve encountered so far, but there are a number of puzzles that are like that in the game. The solution is something that is not logical at all and cannot be reasonably expected to be tried. Sometimes the issue is with view. The lighting, sizing, and camera angle can make it impossible to notice some essential things unless a hint points them out. You may have clicked the area multiple times but not hit the exact tiny thing you can’t really see. This game could be better, but it’s not terrible, the atmosphere makes it somewhat enjoyable, but I keep running into puzzles that frustrate me because the solution is nonsense and it’s cheapens the experience.

Oxi Clean Stain Detergent ,

Fantastic & Worthwhile

Although I am horrible at puzzle games, this game is still a banger. Beautiful scenery, wonderful puzzles, and is VERY worthwhile. This game is incredible. To those who love puzzles, this is definitely the app that you’ll be hooked into.

Bonuses: there aren’t constant ads popping up every few seconds (they appear after you finish a chapter, but each chapter takes up like 25 mins or more), they don’t force you to watch the entire 30 seconds and lets you go after 5 seconds of watching them, and the creator of this game is incredibly generous on satisfying you with like 7 entire free chapters. And wait, only like 2 bucks to unlock the entire game + no ads? What a steel.

From the beginning to the end of Act 1, I was completely hooked. I couldn’t put my tablet down for even a second. My eyes are so dry. Tiny Room is very much better than most of the games I’ve seen on the App Store. Definitely playing this game again. Won’t hit different the first time when playing it, but would still be very enjoyable.

Ycats101 ,


I love this game! Love the play, love the story! There were some parts that I needed a lot of hints but that was ok, a lot of numbers and a lot to keep track of. Some parts are also difficult with the small objects or the more random places that you’d never think of checking without a hint. However I also know that some of that is just gonna happen with it being 3d and on a phone with all the details in the game. But that’s what I used the hints for and still like the game a lot! I also LOVED the little easter egg type things hidden throughout the game. Like the friends door, or the Harry Potter mugshot, or stranger things game name. Honestly that made the game that much more fun to play even though it doesn’t matter much in the gameplay. Just get the game, you’ll be hooked. Just a warning you do have to pay to like $3 to finish the game, but for me once I got that far there was no question about it, I HAD to finish the game. Needless to say, it was well worth the $3.

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