Seven Doors - Official Steam Poster.


Adventure & Riddles

Seven Doors is a good occasion to have fun and test your skills, solving riddles and secret languages to dangerous situations and even be part of a giant chess game.

As a player you will have to go through seven different atmospheres, all of them unique, special and surprising. 

Seven atmospheres, seven challenges, seven solutions. Will you be able to reach the end?

Length of Game: 2 / 3 Hours

Languages: Available in more than 11 languages.

Soon available in many more languages.


Summary of Seven Doors reviews and awards

“The best thing about Seven Doors is that we never knew what to expect next and it was genuinely interesting to see what lies beyond each new door. Indie fans who love puzzle games should definitely take a look.”    8/10 – GAMERamble

"Seven Doors is a great bet on puzzles and knows how to integrate them in a masterful way in the different settings -or rooms- that it presents to us."


“The puzzles in each room are unique. I recommend this game to puzzle lovers or those who are beginning to venture into the genre.”

"Take on the challenges by yourself or bring your friends. In each level you will find that unexpected surprises and challenges are always around every corner  and only the most creative will make it to the very end." HAPPYGAMER

"Seven Doors is definitely worth your while. it's enjoyable, and solving the various puzzles is quite gratifying. The images are impressive for a small independent team."     


"Seven Doors is a short, but fun game. If you enjoy puzzling, I’d definitely recommend trying out this one. I personally enjoyed the surprise of finding out what’s behind every door"  LIFEISXBOX

Editors’ Choice Games 2020

"It’s an escape-the-room puzzler with 7 progressively harder rooms to solve. Each room has a different theme, and a different type of puzzle to crack. Sometimes it’s satisfying to have a short game, which you can finish in a nice, manageable chunk of time, as opposed to one that drags out for days."

Angie Kibiloski - Computer Times