Cube Escape: Birthday

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4.6
58.2K reviews
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About this game

Travel back to the winter of 1939 and celebrate your 9th birthday with your family. There is cake, music and a mysterious present. However, the mood changes quickly when an unexpected guest arrives at the party. Can you prevent the tragedy that has haunted your memories for so long?

Cube Escape: Birthday is the Eighth 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.
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Oct 20, 2020

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4.6
58.2K reviews
BløssomPāck
July 15, 2022
I love all your games, because how creative and hard they are! I also love the story behind it and the slight jump scares. There's one problem though, there's a difference between the mobile version and the PC version (I'm on mobile). With the pc version you're supposed to draw a tree with the steam on the window (In the kitchen) but with the mobile version I can't do that which is a big deal because I can't beat the game without the glass shard. Beside that it's a wonderful game.
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Gail Kronick
January 30, 2021
All of the Cube Escape games are very good, but this was possibly my favorite because the storyline was pretty good and straightforward. It is part of a group of the Cube Escape games that are interconnected via an "elevator of the mind" storyline. I am not sure what order they are supposed to be played in, but they are fun. The puzzles are just the right difficulty - hard enough to be interesting, but not so hard that they are frustrating. Will definitely be playing more!
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A Google user
January 16, 2020
I've never played a more random, weird mystery escape game in my life! That's both a compliment & a criticism. There's a couple of puzzles that defanately needed better clues or just "a clue" period. The artwork & overall retro, vintage style was very amusing though & had a good storyline. Reminds me of the -Forgotten Hill- series of games. If you liked those, this should be up your alley.
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What's new

Thank you for playing Cube Escape: Birthday! We added a new hint system, achievements and fixed a few bugs in this new version.