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Release: Nov 2012
Reviewed on: iOS

Doors & Rooms

Site Score
Good: Free – Great variety of puzzles – No fluff
Bad: Some players might dislike the lack of story elements
User Score
(11 votes)
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Doors & Rooms was designed for people that love the escape from room genre. The game has hundreds of different rooms and simple doors for players to try and solve their way out of.


The game does away with story elements of any kind and simply lets players focus on escaping rather than following along with a storyline. This choice is one that you’ll either love or hate depending on your preferred style of game.

Doors & Rooms is split into several different stages that each come with their own overall theme and vibe. While the game is free to play players can purchase additional coins at any time which help the player tackle puzzles when they are stuck.

Variety is something that the game is definitely not short on with a huge range of settings and puzzle types that players will test their brain on. The levels don’t start out overly difficult though with a good pacing that slowly ups the difficulty of the game as you learn the ropes.


Puzzle types include all the standard options including inventory based puzzles, puzzles with numbers and the always popular logical based puzzles. Players will have to keep their wits about them where even the smallest detail can be a clue for the current level. Sometimes even sounds or dismantling an item is the key to your success with is rarely seen in other puzzle games.

Fans that love getting a new escape the room type app every other week and care nothing for the story will rejoice at what Doors & Rooms has to offer. If you prefer a story based experience though then you’ll be better off looking at other games in the genre.


  • Does away with the fluff (story) and focuses on the puzzles.
  • Split into a number of different chapters with their own themes.
  • No shortage of puzzle variety.
  • Plenty of different elements to consider when facing a puzzle.
  • Free for both iOS and Android.

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Doors & Rooms, 7.7 out of 10 based on 11 ratings
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1 Comment

  1. Carson
    March 24, 2015

    At first I thought it was some sort of horror, but then I was like nahh it’s cool.



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