Factsheet

Developer:
Rusty Lake
Based in Amsterdam

Release date:
5 June, 2015

Platforms:
Web
Google Play Store
Apple App Store

Website:
rustylake.com

Regular Price:

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Cube Escape Arles

In Cube Escape: Arles is about a painter who stayed in Arles for a while, we think you will recognize him. He painted his own bedroom and we transformed this into a Cube Escape game. It's a bit of side step from the Rusty Lake Seasons and The Lake story, but you can expect the same weird things.

Features

  • Famous art
  • Unique Point and Click game
  • 3D cube effect
  • Full of mystery and suspense
  • Free to play

Videos

Trailer YouTube

Walkthrough Video YouTube


Images

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Reviews

  • "The game is the newest offering from the folks at Rusty Lake, who are prolific developers of room escape and puzzle games. It’s the third installment in their well-received Cube Escape series, and puts the player in the role of Vincent. He’s not identified by name, but his appearance is unmistakable – as is his art, which can be seen during the course of the adventure."
    - Laura Klotz, IndieGameMag
  • "It's Steam sale time again. A time of savings and generosity. And sometimes service outages. So what to do when you can't access Steam for all the traffic? One possibility is to break out your mobile device and try something new there. Rusty Lake, maker of popular room escape games, has just released their newest, Cube Escape: Arles, based on the work of van Gogh. For a brief diversion, Cube Escape: Arles works very well. Not too difficult, and not overstaying its welcome, it is something for room escape fans to play through quickly and have a good time with. For players who have trouble with the sometimes unusual logic steps in such games, this won't change their minds, but it's approachable enough for folks willing to give the genre a try. "
    - John, IndieGames
  • "It's not really apparent if Cube Escape: Arles fits immediately into a connected narrative with the other two games in the series, though it definitely shares a lot of the same themes. It looks gorgeous, with the slight, dreamlike distortion adding a subtle sense of wrongness to the already uneasy atmosphere, and Rusty Lake's design is simple and intuitive to use. As for the puzzles, well, while they're mostly pretty clever, including a neat spin on paint-by-the-numbers, and another where you need to use logic and math, at least one of them expects you to have a rather particular bit of knowledge for how a certain liquor is served, and others can rely on finding small items tucked around the area rather than figuring things out. Still, Cube Escape: Arles continues the high standard of otherworldly escape games Rusty Lake has already begun to become known for, with just enough strange twists to keep you hooked, and a meaty chunk of puzzles to wrap your brain around. You might need to think outside the box and get creative to find a way out, and some clues are very subtle, but if you want an escape game that marries creepy with crazy, Cube Escape: Arles is easily recommended. "
    - Dora, JayIsGames

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About Rusty Lake

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Cube Escape Arles Credits

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Developer and publisher


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