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Sapphire Room Escape

By TeraLumina Games

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Once again you find yourself stuck in a strange room. There are sapphires all around. Can you find a way out and leave with all the Sapphires?

Find and use items and solve puzzles in order to find a way out. Collect as many sapphires as you can. Have fun!

Check out all our free room escape games:
- Diamond Penthouse Escape 1
- Diamond Penthouse Escape 2
- Ruby Loft Escape
- Emerald Den Escape
- Emerald Den Escape HD
- Haunted Halloween Escape

What's New in Version 1.1

New icons and screen shots.


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Customer Reviews

Great break to recharge

I have read some of the negative comments about the statues. In response to that, I say that as a parent, I look at all games before my children download any. If you have been in any museum, those types of statues are part of history. I am "one of those" parents who believe in talking to my children, albeit in an appropriate manner, but you can't put them in a bubble, shield them for every potential, nor, can I be with them 100%. I don't want my children to freak out when exposed to "these" types of things. But to each his own. But this game isn't for my children, it's for me and I have my phone password protected.

I had brain surgery twice in the last 5 years (which were successful with no damage in case one were to automatically consider my point above moot...) have found that the chance to take my focus away from my work and play it towards this type if game has been rather helpful while also entertaining.

The puzzle of it all allowed me to recharge my mental batteries in order to continue on with my day (the surgeries did, however, leave me mentally tired in the middle of the day. To this the Neuro suggested these types of exercises as well as Suduko and other fun games as a break for the mind). SO - "I" have found this to be quite enjoyable actually.

Now...I am ready to get back to work. Thanks for the great break!

Classic, great game

This is a standard point-and-click room escape game. It's very responsive, not buggy, and reasonably well-designed. It's not the toughest room escape game, but still good. It's free and definitely worth a play-through.

3 things that would make this 5 stars: appropriate music; clearer indication of which books are being "opened" when you click on them (it took me a few goes to realize it's just one per shelf no matter where you click); and a better indicator in the inventory area that there's more beyond just the 5 or 6 slots that you can see at one time (you can scroll back and forth, but the green bars didn't really make that clear).

Ignore the dumb people complaining about the statues, they either have never seen any fine art or are too immature to realize not all depictions of nudity are perverted or scandalous. Seriously, some people just like to complain.

Good for all ages

This game is very fun based on what my kids say. It's another escape the room/house game that's good for the mind. It usually keeps my kids occupied for an hour or two. This game is good for all ages too! I have a 4-year old daughter and a 12-year old son, but the one thing that helps them get along is this game! My son usually solves the mysteries and my daughter is the one who usually finds clues. When they solved the mystery they were excited but also kind of upset. They really liked the game, so when they beat that one level they were upset cause that was the only level. My son just started playing Angry Birds but my daughter was literally in tears. It took me forever to find another game like this that would make my daughter stop crying. This is A great game. My only suggestion is ADD MORE LEVELS!!!
—Thank you

Sapphire Room Escape
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.1
  • Size: 13.6 MB
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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