Enter The Room: Old Sins and be transported to a place where tactile exploration meets challenging puzzles and a captivating story.
The sudden disappearance of an ambitious engineer and his high-society wife provokes the hunt for a precious artefact. The trail leads to the attic of their home, and the discovery of an old, peculiar dollhouse…
Explore unsettling locations, follow obscure clues and manipulate bizarre contraptions as you uncover the mysteries within Waldegrave Manor.

Explore a deviously complex dollhouse which transforms at your fingertips. Each intricate room is a portal to a new, stunning environment.

Easy to begin yet hard to put down, enjoy a unique mix of intriguing puzzles with a simple user interface.

A tactile experience so natural you can almost feel the surface of each object.

Examine dozens of detailed objects to discover which of them conceal hidden mechanisms.

A haunting soundtrack coupled with dynamic sound effects create an unforgettable soundscape.

Share your progress between multiple devices and unlock achievements.

Available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish and Russian.

Fireproof Games is an independent studio from Guildford, United Kingdom.
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What’s New

Version 1.0.4

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7.6K Ratings
7.6K Ratings
Splotsmum ,

Have to agree

I like many others have waited with anticipation and baited breath for the next instalment of The Room. And I agree it’s a little easier than the previous ones and the first was the best in terms of originality. But this latest chapter doesn’t fail to deliver, however it does it slightly differently. There’s more of a story to this rather than a treasure hunt feel. And there are more cut scenes to tell that story. Some of the puzzles feel a little lacklustre but is that because we are used to how these games work and click now? I’m not sure. But I am sure that this is another beautifully crafted game, a wonderful way to pass the time thoughtfully and challenging the old grey matter. Sadly my old iPad 3 can’t download this so I’m going to have to invest in more up to date technology if I want to see this is all its glory on anything bigger than my phone. The graphics in this series are absolutely breathtaking, the best I’ve yet to see on modern games. The play is always interesting and makes you think and these are obviously the result of lots of love care sweat and tears that have gone into them. Thank you guys, another one that I won’t be deleting!!! *** PS - room fans - try the House of Da Vinci if you’ve not already got it, another wonderful time waster and the game play is based on The Room***

Laetitia Horsepole ,

Such a pleasure

Wonderful! The general approbation of your reviewers is truly deserved. The game is sensuously elaborate to an unusual degree, giving tremendous pleasure with its beauty and ingenuity. Manipulating the locked furniture or the hydraulic machinery somehow becomes an aesthetic end in itself, but the overlapping clues and acquired objects give the puzzling an overall impelling element of quest that is totally addictive.
My only demur is the quality of this "story." When Myst first came out the puzzler's restless quest to explore every inch of the island and to solve its mysteries was accompanied by the gradual unfolding of a real "story" that actually engaged in a revolutionary way with you as the puzzler, making you believe in it and feel it to be important and not merely a Gothic piece of window dressing, and culminating in the painful moral choice of deciding which brother to believe. If you made the wrong choice, you were locked in the game for ever! I think the quality of The Room would be improved if the situational and narrative elements were given priority at the stage of sketching out the scenario. It would provide an extra dimension of involvement. However, the game survives beautifully in its own pace and ingenuity, with many moments of laughter or flinching or well-earned self-satisfaction at the moments of success. Thank you!

Elseay ,

Over waaaaaaay too soon

The Room series of games has got to be the best I’ve played. They are both games and works of art, beautiful to look at and use (almost tactile). The very action of turning dials, sliding panels, clicking buttons and handling objects is the very essence of what a GREAT player experience should be. If you haven’t had the pleasure of playing “The Room” series of games do yourself a favour and 1. Buy all of them (no joke), 2. Begin at the beginning. Trust me NO other game of its kind comes this close to perfection on so many levels and 3. Enjoy (You’re welcome!). The 4 stars rather than 5 is because “Old Sins” was over way too quickly and some of the puzzles were just solved too easily ( no spoilers here). It was definitely more story lead which was nice however I strangely miss the struggle, mental contortions and sometimes agony of grappling with puzzles in the other games. Some of the challenges just felt very familiar. I actually stopped playing for about a week because I knew it would be over soon.

All that being said it was still worth the wait and the money. Take a bow Fireproof Games you have set the bar very high. Thank you for creating a beautifully crafted gaming experience.

“Please sir, I want some more”.


Fireproof Studios Limited
1.1 GB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
The Room: Old Sins © 2018 Fireproof Studios Ltd. All rights reserved.


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