The Room Three Reviews (iPhone)
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Apple 'n' Apps (Nov 03, 2015)
The Room Three ($4.99, Universal) is virtually flawless to create a thoroughly immersive and engaging iOS experience that is an absolute must have.
GameZebo (Nov 09, 2015)
The Room Three is exactly what fans have been hoping for, and more. Though several classical elements have changed, they’ve changed for the better. There’s a glut of new content, but it’s familiar and tweaked just enough for everyone to find something here they enjoy. There aren’t enough puzzlers out there like The Room, so it’s refreshing to see that Fireproof Games has knocked it out of the park once more. If you’ve not delved into this complex and enigmatic series, you need to do yourself a favor and get locked in The Room as soon as possible.
IGN (Dec 15, 2015)
The Room 3 is Fireproof Games’ most ambitious puzzle game yet. Solving puzzles across enormous spaces is incredibly satisfying, and there’s so many varied things to think about, tools to tinker with, and systems to explore that I’m still finding them after the ending. That ending contributed little to a potentially interesting universe that hopefully fleshes itself out in the post-game puzzles I can’t wait to keep discovering.
Pocket Gamer UK (Nov 04, 2015)
Yeah. The Room Three is a wonderful continuation of one of the finest series available on mobile. It's so uniquely tactile, so unlike anything else, that it can be forgiven a few missteps. This is another gloomy masterwork, packed with incredible puzzles. Just go and buy it.
Hardcore Gamer Magazine (Nov 29, 2015)
Aspiration is a good thing and The Room franchise has grown into an hours-long, Myst-like game with many puzzles and a fully-formed story to drive it along. The Room Three continues the series’ tradition of being some of the most beautiful games in the mobile space, with bigger environments that are just as nicely rendered as the puzzle objects. The game might be reaching its upper limit on the small screen, however, and it might lose its charm and distinction if it moves to the PC.