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  • Summary: Follow a trail of cryptic letters from an enigmatic scientist known only as "AS" into a compelling world of mystery and exploration.
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  1. Jul 19, 2016
    83
    With improved exploration mechanics, richly detailed locations and intriguing puzzle design The Room Two surpasses its predecessor in every way. Storytelling is still a weak spot though.
  2. Jul 14, 2016
    80
    This isn’t one to be missed if you in the market for a challenging puzzler.
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  1. At £4 it’s a really easy decision – get this. It’s fun, spooky, peculiar, unique, and most of all – and I use this word very carefully – interesting. That’s something games too often are not. The Room Two unquestionably is – a properly interesting experience.
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  1. Jul 8, 2018
    8
    8.5 out of 10
    The Room 2 is the best type of sequel: same stuff as in original but improved in every aspect. The best part is that levels are
    8.5 out of 10
    The Room 2 is the best type of sequel: same stuff as in original but improved in every aspect. The best part is that levels are now actual rooms rather than just one table. That allows more variety in puzzles and much better atmosphere as well.
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  2. Jan 7, 2017
    7
    First of all, I have to say I really like this game. However, I think it´s easier than the first part (even if I need one hour more to finishFirst of all, I have to say I really like this game. However, I think it´s easier than the first part (even if I need one hour more to finish it). The puzzles are much easier than the previous The Room. Maybe because I was used to the first part puzzles. Anyway, I recommend this videogame because it´s really good, and at least I have to use my brain to finish it. The puzzles are still awesome. Expand
  3. Sep 24, 2016
    7
    The Room Two, like its predecessor, is a proper puzzler where you solve riddles in one room, then get on to the next.
    The puzzles aren't
    The Room Two, like its predecessor, is a proper puzzler where you solve riddles in one room, then get on to the next.
    The puzzles aren't mind-boggling, what keeps you from progressing is usually that you can't find something.

    The price is also ok (5€)
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  4. Nov 19, 2017
    7
    This still had challenging puzzles but I didn't like little mechanical changes in the game play that made it seem clunky. It seems like theThis still had challenging puzzles but I didn't like little mechanical changes in the game play that made it seem clunky. It seems like the developers focused on building a story, rather than challenging puzzles. Expand
  5. Apr 11, 2019
    7
    Probably the worst of the three since it seemed lazy. The original was comfier and more tidy, and the third was a bit over the top.
  6. Sep 18, 2019
    7
    A cool puzzle game with beautiful graphics and a good story (which I've already forgotten).
    Unlike the first game, sometimes I'd to look for
    A cool puzzle game with beautiful graphics and a good story (which I've already forgotten).
    Unlike the first game, sometimes I'd to look for a switch or button for a long time that I inadvertently missed.
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  7. Apr 8, 2018
    6
    Very similar to the first one with a bit more atmosphere. The puzzles do seem easier this time as well.