Originally released in 2008, Rooms: The Main Building was described as a “Machiavellian” puzzle game, and it was fantastic. Basically, its gameplay revolved around the classic “sliding tiles” mechanic: You are presented with a collection of tiles, each representing a room, and your task is to slide them and align them in a way that opens a way for your character to pass through.

Then in 2013, Rooms got a sequel titled The Mansion: A Puzzle of Rooms, which was later remastered and renamed into ROOMS: The Toymaker's Mansion in 2015. And now, this excellent puzzle game has made its way to Android and iOS devices. Check out its trailer below:


While the original game was presented in 2D and had a pretty serious vibe to it, ROOMS: the Toymaker's Mansion has decided to go for a more light-hearted approach with its cartoony graphics. On top of that, the tall, cloaked character of the first game has also been replaced by Anne, a red-haired girl wearing blue pajamas.

Rooms Toymaker
The protagonist of this sequel is Anne, a red-haired girl wearing blue pajamas

The puzzle elements, though, still follows the same idea. Most of your play time will be spent trying to connect hallways and ladders between tiles while at the same time avoiding trapping yourself in dead ends or traps.

Moreover, ROOMS: the Toymaker's Mansion is more than just your average casual puzzle game, as it features a story that will take you across 4 gorgeously crafted mansions. Not only that, but you can also get different endings depending on your actions. There are 144 levels to complete, 96 of which are included in the storyline while the other 48 are bonus levels. As you progress, the game will introduce new mechanics as well, adding further challenges. For example, tiles will start moving on their own, or become linked together.

Rooms Toymaker Levels
Plenty of levels and challenges to overcome

ROOMS: The Toymaker's Mansion is currently up for purchase on both Google Play and the App Store with a price tag of $5 (Rs 350), which is quite the bargain for such a quality title. Naturally, it will contain no ads.