It's rare that you find a complex puzzle game as ominous and creepy as The Room, which is why the new layers of intricate depth and unsettling atmosphere worked into its spooky sequel make it a welcome foray back into the dark. The Room Two scales back the challenge of its predecessor ever so slightly while broadening its range of puzzles to keep things fresh. And yes, if you play it alone in a dark room with headphones on, you will undoubtedly get a few scares along the way.
A dark, moody atmosphere and a mysterious safe filled with complex puzzle-box curiosities lie at the heart of The Room, an enthralling puzzler that balances intrigue with challenge. Much like a set of Russian nesting dolls, cracking the outer shell of the massive iron box awaiting in the center of this grim abode only leads you deeper down the rabbit hole of mechanical conundrums to solve. Locked in single room and left with a peculiar note hinting at the powerful artifact tucked away within the huge safe, your task is to unravel the winding puzzle-filled path to this ancient device.