Life is already stressful enough. I am Looking forward to more in the future, and goodluck in your future projects! This is the ninth episode in the Cube Escape Series. First, click on the drawer to collect the pack of matches and a teaspoon inside the various drawers. Try to unfold the story and mysteries behind the cubes. You may want to play Seasons first, as there's something you can find and make a note of there that will change the ending of The Lake. Turn around and swap the blue gem for the green one and then see what happens. In Seasons I made it to Winter 1981 and one of the blue photo pieces disappeared from the inventory, so I had an incomplete photo and could not proceed any further.
Like, follow and subscribe: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Newsletter:. Click 'Always allow' to play! It brings you to a calm and friendly room. Welcome to Rusty Lake, a surreal place where anything can happen. A few centimeters ahead and you will be solving a puzzle inside the ear. Finally, I reached the lake. Turn the second knob from the left and turn on the gas with matches.
Together, however, they make a big impact, and fans of dark where most everything is up to interpretation will find themselves eagerly awaiting more. The save game is filed in your Documents so it will remain the same. The room contains a clock, a kitchen and a garden window. You will wake up in the same room, but soon this new story will take some suprising turns. Cube Escape: Seasons iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad Android: Get Cube Escape: The Lake iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad Android: Get I have the clock open, and I see the dots on the tubes on the wall - which correspond to the clock times and the note. Get Ready For Some Spoilers Likewise, as mentioned earlier, things will begin normally.
However, if we release an update please make a back-up of your save data before updating to a new version. Like and follow: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: And subscribe to our mailing list:. Dale must solve increasingly challenging puzzles to escape the room and recover his memories. I absolutely adored the additions of how you could interact with things. It's a shame, because I do enjoy the style room escape where you have to uncover the mystery of why you're there, and overall it was very clever and novel.
We will unfold Rusty Lake mysteries one step at a time. I couldn't finish Seasons, the content touched a little too much on a particularly sensitive experience for me. More Rusty Lake: We will unfold the Rusty Lake story one step at a time. Interact with objects by clicking. Select found items in your inventory and click somewhere on screen to use them.
Select found items in your inventory and click somewhere on screen to use them. Put the egg in its cup, and crack it with your spoon click multiple times. If you need help solving a couple of levels or all levels then this is the perfect walkthrough game guide for you to help you solve all the possible combinations. There's a post board in Seasons that has notes about therapy, a mental health facility, and a Prozac prescription. The graph bit where you had to find a point and travel there by changing the direction and moving forward was also a nice touch, along with the book and how you had to look at one thing and figure it out gradually. Cube Escape: Paradox is our latest installment which is combined with a short film! Right before the end the game crashed on me a couple times : Both times happened when I was going to another year.
This was not the programmers fault, I have had this happen on a few other games buy other authors. Walkthrough for Cube Escape: Paradox Chapter 1 When the infamous detective Dale Vandermeer wakes up in an ominous room without any recollection of his past, he soon finds himself part of a bizarre game orchestrated by an old foe. Then, the woman will become a silhouette with a piercing stare. Open the drawer under the sink and take the bird food, the pot and a piece of wood. Zoom out and back in, then get the pot back.
Explore and start gathering items, you will quickly realise that something is wrong. I loved Samsara Room when it came out, and it was amazing-cool tonight to see that this programmer got an amazing idea for a game years ago and polished it into something top-notch like this, which the game deserved. I am so happy that I found these games. I accidentally used the wrong gem, the one that's not from the safe with the Seasons code. It was all black with some digital blurring, so I couldn't see the black objects. I managed to make it all the way to the 1981 before I really had to close it, so I got to play a fairly large chunk! Click on the switch on the left and interact with the chandelier at the top finding the second piece of the photo. The room contains a clock, a kitchen and a garden window.
When I clicked on it I had all my inventory but no scene. Truthfully, nothing was actually spoiled from the game. Alternatively, you can read on to find out more about the game. Also, there will be no instructions, but the clues are everywhere. Select found items in your inventory and tap somewhere on screen to use them. To the people at Rusty Lake, fantastic job.