Fireproof Games Locks The Box Again With The Room Two

The Room Two

The Room Two launched today on the iTunes App Store. As the sequel to Apple’s 2012 Game Of The Year (The Room), it has a lot to live up to.

Our reviewer called it a “must download” game, and we picked the original locked box puzzle game as an iOS Game of the Week.

The Room Two promises more of the same, and that’s not a bad thing. Developer Fireproof Games found the perfect mix of eye candy, just-tough-enough puzzle solving, and a haunting soundtrack in the first game, so any more of that is extremely welcome.

As you can see in the beautiful trailer above, there’s even higher quality, stunning imagery, video, and the delightful spatial box-puzzles that filled the first game. With highly detailed 3D objects and environments, it’s easy to get lost in a game like this, especially with the unnerving soundtrack playing just in the background.

iPad-only The Room Two has added iCloud support, which will let you pick up where you left off even when you switch devices. You’ll also have a host of new GameCenter achievements to boast about to your friends. There’s also six languages supported, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish & Brazilian Portuguese. How’s that for multilingual?

The Room Two is available now in the App Store for $4.99, and–if it’s anything like the first game–will be well worth the money. Stay tuned for a full review here on Cult of Mac.

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