With smartphones becoming a natural norm, we have always seemed fascinated with the idea of playing games on our phones. For years now phones have developed and featured the best specs companies have to offer by fitting the latest and greatest graphics cards with higher and sharper displays they possibly could fit in the size of your palm. We would be considered lucky if we could go a week without hearing an announcement of the next greatest flagship phone to be released. But now as the demand for phones rise so it is equally met with the demand for games.
With this comes an era of gaming unlike we've ever seen, creating new genres of mobile gaming that is sure to fit every person into a category even if that person never liked games to begin with. That's the beauty of it, there are massive amounts of mobile games with many different styles and with endless possibilities. The people over at Fireproof Games have seemed to nail down many genres in one creating a fascinating display of mobile gaming.
Their latest release "The Room Three" is an adventure, mystery, puzzle solving, and mind-boggling game that has captured everyone's attention since its first two previously released games. Having been nearly two years since their last release, Fireproof Games will have you scouring the internet for any information on how to beat the darn levels. This addicting game has you searching in a variety of rooms and levels for puzzle boxes while you are attempting to solve these puzzles at the same time following an interesting story line. The story plot is set when somehow you are lured to an island by a mysterious figure known as "The Craftsman" only to find yourself solving his trials that he has devised using the best of your puzzle-solving skills. The game features more enriched and detailed graphics than before and Fireproof Games has even won many awards for the first two games like the BAFTA (British Academy of Film And Television Arts) award. The game can be found on Android and iOS and is priced at $4.99. It might sound like quite a bit for a puzzle game but if you have played the previous two games then this long awaited trilogy game is worth the five bucks.