The Room: Epilogue


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The Room Epilogue

elleThe surreal, Myst-esque world of Fireproof Studios' The Room has just been expanded! This update brings the epilogue consisting of an additional chapter filled to the shadowy rafters with crafty devices and dexterous designs, making this unique and award-winning puzzle adventure even more irresistible.

No doubt your expectations are high and I can gladly say they'll be met and exceeded. Whether it's your first time playing or you're coming back to the game since it was released last year, you'll find immersion comes naturally due to remarkable graphics, intuitive controls and another curiosity-capturing box beckoning you to explore. If you'd like, you can replay the whole experience or skip directly to the new chapter. It's easy to over-think and find yourself stuck, but the quickly regenerating hint system will help your progression. Depending on how much you like to explore and experiment, and how readily the clues spark answers in your mind, this epilogue offers another 30 to 60 minutes of gameplay and removes all possible reasons to avoid entering the Room and leaving the boring old practical world behind.

Check out our review and walkthrough for The Room!

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the iPad 2. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.

Walkthrough Guide


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Check out the walkthrough for the epilogue, plus the original game walkthrough, HERE.

5 Comments

I panic every time I see a

piano in a puzzle game. I'm tone deaf and I hate the over done copy the music puzzles. Luckily thats not the puzzle here.

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fallinghawks August 30, 2013 8:28 PM

The Epilogue was a pleasure to play. A pinch easier, I think, than the rest of the game, but there was plenty of puzzle to work over. I appreciate Fireproof for giving paying customers this extra game for free.

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Check out the walkthrough for the epilogue, plus the original game walkthrough, HERE.

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Weird, I paid for the title when it first came out but then when the epilogue was announced it disappeared from my phone and no longer showed up on Google Play as an app I owned... The epilogue is only $0.99 so I didn't mind giving the developers a little extra cash but I still thought it was strange.

Just played through the whole game again to work back up to the epilogue. Enjoying it thoroughly.

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