Cube Escape: Arles

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41.5K reviews
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About this game

You find yourself trapped inside your bedroom in Arles. Gather your art supplies, get inspired by your surroundings and make your art come to life. However, you might have to make a greater sacrifice in order to escape...

Cube Escape: Arles is the third episode of the Cube Escape series and part of the Rusty Lake story. We will unfold the mysteries of Rusty Lake one step at a time, follow us @rustylakecom.
Updated on
May 10, 2023

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

38.6K reviews
Sherry Bury
July 2, 2020
Loved this one, a little different from the other rusty lake cube games for being the artist, but still had the same vibe (and creeps) as the other ones. Usually when you come up on one of the puzzles to unlock something, you can figure out the pattern. One of the things I got stuck on was the sunflowers, I had to actually watch a video for that, because it seemed like no matter which way I tried to go with it, I always missed one. Really good game, though! Check out the others!
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Rusty Lake
September 25, 2020
Woohoo, glad you enjoyed the different story in this one, Sherry! We've recently implemented a hint system to help out with the sunflower (and all the other puzzles), just to make things easier if you get stuck :). Thank you so much for your continued support!
A Google user
October 30, 2018
I really appreciate the attention to detail one must have in order to find most of the clues. I enjoy a challenge. This game captured my focus immediately. It was on par reading or watching something with a goal of keeping me in suspense while leaving a feeling of accomplishment when figuring out how to use clues found during the game. Excellent work!
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A Google user
November 11, 2018
I loved Seasons, and if I was disappointed at how short The Lake was, Arles was the perfect sequel. Not as long as the first game, much longer than the second, but beautifully made and deliciously weird. Not sure how old Vince ties into the plot, but I haven't played Paradox or the three paid games, yet. Absinthe trip? Dunno, but doesn't matter.. cuz when it comes to interdimensional travel, Arles definitely picked a novel means of getting there.
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What's new

Thank you for playing Cube Escape: Arles! We fixed a few bugs in this new version.