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Posts tagged “Fireproof Games”

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Have You Played… The Room?

I’ve never understood why The Room is called The Room and not The Box. Yes, the box is in a room, but your eyes are so drawn to this ornate toy that you don’t ponder what is happening around you. And it really is a good game about boxes: the mystery of what’s inside them, the thrill of prising one open and… er, that’s about…

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Feature: Well Appointed

The Room Three review

The Room, as I once very wisely said, is the game Myst should have been. Astoundingly pretty graphics, impossible mechanisms and peculiar levers, switches and buttons, and so very many puzzles to solve, all set within a story so mysterious as to be close to impossible to fathom. Except in The Room's series of games there's a coherence, a delicacy of touch, and a far…

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The Room Three polishes up and puzzles out a November release date

Good things come to those who wait, and according to just about every site that reviews mobile games, The Room Three - now releasing November 13th on PC - is worth a bit of patience. Launched back in 2015 on iThings and Android, Fireproof Games have been polishing their trilogy-ending point-and-click puzzler up for a PC release for a while now. The PC version boasts…

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Feature: Make room

The Room Two review

"Presumably we can hope for The Room Two [official site] on PC some time in 2016," I presciently wrote when reviewing The Room back in 2014. I am a truly great soothsayer. And the reason it takes this long for the hit mobile games to reach the PC is because developers Fireproof are remaking them from the ground up, to survive the transition from weeny…

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The Room review

The Room, BAFTA winning mobile puzzling mega-hit, has at last reached the PC in HD glory. I've slid my bottom into the slot on my chair, pressed the button that popped up on my mouse, and rotated my head until it faces the screen, which caused a mechanical whirring sound and the revealing of wot I think:

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