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“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
“The Room was one of the lovliest-looking games on iPad, The Room Two is better looking and more complex. One of the must-play games on Apple's tablet”
- The New York Times
“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
“Sends you down the rabbit hole of unsettling plot twists and mechanical puzzles packed with secret levers and hidden alcoves”
- Mac Life
A beyond worthy successor to the original in all ways. There is no reason not to play it.”
- TouchArcade
 
 “With inventive puzzles and an excellent sense of mood, it's one of the best showpieces for the unique strengths of the iPad as a gaming platform”
- IGN
 
 “Bigger, smarter and more challenging than its predecessor. Another Must Have for any gamer with an iPad”
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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 know only as "AS" into a compelling world of mystery and exploration.

 

 

 

 
The Room Two Crashes, or doesn't load up properly, any ideas?

If you find that The Room Two crashes during gameplay then you'll need to turn the iPad off and on again by holding down the lock/power button until "slide to power off" appears, do as intructed. Then start the iPad and open game up again and it should be ok.

 

Why is there no sound in The Room Two?

The most likely explanation is that it's due to the confusing nature of the mute button on the iPad (we get a lot of mails about this). Have a look at the switch next to the volume controls. If you can see a small orange dot inside then the iPad is muted. Switch it the other way and it should work. It's confusing because lots of apps (especially music/video players) ignore the mute button and make noise anyway, so lots of people don't realise their iPad is muted.

 

Does The Room Two work on an iPad 1?

No, I'm afraid The Room won't work on an iPad 1. It only works on an iPad 2 or better. We have also made The Room Pocket for iPhone 4S and 5, and iPod Touch 5th generation if thats any help?