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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Cube Escape: Paradox Rusty Lake FREE

 Cube Escape: Paradox is the 10th Cube Escape game from Rusty Lake.   This game came out in 2018, but I'm only now getting around to it, because, frankly, I had grown tired of Rusty Lake's creations.
 Their first game Cube Escape: Seasons, is simply fantastic.  Having played 12 of their other games, I got tired of some of the elements that in my mind, showed laziness on the Rusty Lake team.
 Examples: Having to find the 5 shattered pieces from a picture frame and fitting them together. Big yawn. Then there's the set of drawers that always has a knife in it and a book of matches. Each game is very good, but should be played not all at once.
 No more being negative.  Paradox is excellent.  Look at the second image of the brain.  That particular puzzle is so well done.  The Rusty Lake team hit a home run.
They must be swimming in dough, because they made an 18 minute live-action film that's really a trailor. High production, enticing, well-polished.

Whey you're done, there's a second version of Paradox that costs $1.99.  I've only just started it.

Watch the 18 minute trailor:

Other Rusty Lake Games I've played and reviewed:

Cube Escape: Birthday
Cube Escape: Case 23
Cube Escape: The Mill
Cube Escape: Harvey's Room
Cube Escape: The Lake
Cube Escape: Arles
Cube Escape: Seasons
Cube Escape: Theater
Cube Escape: The Cave
Rusty Lake: Hotel
Rusty Lake: Roots

Rusty Lake: Paradise

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