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March 23, 2017

cube escape: the cave [browser]

The surreal cube escape story continues in cube escape: the cave, the latest point and click adventure by Rusty Lake. A familiar guest needs your help before you descend deeper and deeper into Rusty Lake.
If you want you can also get this free browser game on mobile from the Apple app store or the Google play store.

17 comments:

palat said...

Cool! But I'm stuck and the hints system isn't that good, it gives hints for things I already solved. I got a card from the bat but I don't know what to do now....

Eltonno said...

@Palat, If I remember correctly, put the card in the book.

Finished it, but I'm immediately restarting.. Love it! The puzzles are challenging but make sense, great art style. Great atmosphere.. One of the best so far, I think we'll be seeing this one in this years top 10..

palat said...

@Eltonno thank you!
It wasn't clear to me you could turn the pages of the book.
You can't turn the pages by clicking the pages, you have to click the arrows when you see the full book...

Eltonno said...

@palat, I should have mentioned that, but you worked it out... You'll need to gather 4 pictures in total to open the door. But that's when the real fun starts! I'll check here once in a while to see if anyone is stuck.

Anonymous said...

Fun, fun, fun

Anonymous said...

Oh man! So good!!! The third chapter reminds me a lot of the Submachine series. I LOVE the continual call-backs to past games. It looks like we're getting a clear, defined plot! Exactly what I expect out of Rusty Lake, if a bit laggy at times... Thanks Bart!

Anonymous said...

Am I wrong in saying that Rusty Lake (the makers, not the games) is the present iteration of Studio Maarten, the folks who brought us "Samsara Room"?

jj said...

Yes new Rusty Lake, thanks for sharing!

TiCKed said...

Strange, yet wonderful. Finished it (I think?), with only a few questions about how I did it. ;)

Will have to run through it again, just to figure out the logic behind what I sometimes stumbled upon.

Nathan Kibelbek said...

These games are superb, even if they are a little gross and startling at times! I think I'm going to have to play the whole series again to try to figure out how the various characters are supposed to be connected.

Anonymous said...

That was a long long one! with different places! fun!

Anonymous said...

It took some time to get used to the hints.
but by then I didn't need them anymore.
Great game !

Anonymous said...

Always excellent!

Anonymous said...

This is so cool! Disturbing at times, but so cool and well-made! And somehow logical, even though all the stuff that goes on is totally weird.

Anonymous said...

Marvelous

a12r13 said...

Nice one, as always.

Jade said...

Great game.

 

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