The Room Two is a puzzle game that serves as an excellent successor to the first entry in the series. If you are unfamiliar with The Room, you should play that first. I’ll try not to repeat much from my prior review, because 80% of it is also true of the sequel.
The main differences between the first and second Room games are matters of scale. The Room Two expands on nearly every mechanic from the first one, while keeping all of the best elements intact. The puzzles are just as good, but they have been expanded, making the game feel even more complex. Instead of solving one object at a time, you now solve multiple objects in the same room at once. You might solve one puzzle from the first object, which gives you a key that works on a different object. It’s challenging enough to keep your interest, but avoids becoming too complex and ruining the fun. Everything in The Room Two feels like a natural evolution of The Room. It’s another near perfect puzzle game that I would recommend to anyone that has played The Room and enjoyed it.