Review from K
Interesting and Easy For me this is the easiest out of all Cube Escape. It is still twisted and creepy but it's easy. Though, you still have to solve some puzzles.
I really enjoyed this 3rd one in the series of Cube Escape. This episode has some humorous nods to Van Gogh with the usual creepy factor that is in all Rusty Lake games, although this one felt more mild as far as icky content goes. It was interesting, fun, a bit challenging. It was quick but not a waste of time like The Lake. Nice little game.
Van Gogh-inspired I've played three of these Cube Escapes and I liked this one the best for its Van Gogh theme. The last puzzle was a bit difficult and couldn't figure out the ear drum room for a long minute. Short but fun.
Beautiful and challenging A gorgeously illustrated game that challenges you to think with both hemispheres of the brain. The only small downfall is how anti climatic is the win. Still looking forward to playing the others in the series and might even buy the paid versions
Amazingly brilliant Intriguing, engaging, very well thought out, and definitely unsettling. This entire series is a true gem in the escape games genre. My only critique is to perhaps number the installments to make playing through the over all story smooth. But playing out of order isn't detrimental to the experience.
This game really surprised me, I absolutely love it and I am looking forward to playing them all. Thank you for developing such a kick ass game, I normally find it hard for me to find something that captures my interest for more than 5 minutes but I have been playing for 3 days straight!
This one had a bit of an abrupt ending and it wasn't nearly as creepy as the first two games, but I liked it. The last puzzle with the weights was my favorite. On to the next game!
- Small update and bug fixes