Another Great App by Rusty Lake... This is definitely very enjoyable and mysterious gameplay that follows its own rules. Unless the user has played Rusty Lake games before this will be unlike anything that they've ever played. I like the addition of the small hints section right within the game. I used it and was able to get to the end without having to do a walkthrough on YouTube whichis a plus. . Requires the player to really think especially when under water. Okay Rusty Lake keep em coming....
Another stellar game from Rusty Lake -- up there with The Mill, Seasons, and Case 23. Roots didn't give you much to figure out, but The Cave is a glorious return to form. I enjoyed fumbling about trying to figure out my next move. Consistently some of the best games in the Play Store.
Very very cool! I loved how eerie the plot was! I especially appreciate the hint option for when you're really stuck. The game is so out there that sometimes you need reassurance you're looking in the right direction. I downloaded all the other Rusty Lake games right after finishing this one!
Fascinating group of dreamlike point and clicks. Beware, the universe of these games follows its own set of rules, and the solution to a puzzle often requires embracing the logic of Rusty Lake, which is not necessarily anything like reality. Taken as a whole, the series successfully creates a Bergman/Lynch-ian atmosphere without being derivative (the policeman's name is Dale and the victim's is Laura-- homage?).
Love the short story that is told, very interesting concept and makes me want to try more games by this developer. Liked that there was the option of hints, so you can't get stuck on something for too long. The weird logic that you have to use to solve the puzzles keeps you addicted to the game and makes you think new weird and wonderful ways. Love that there is no instructions as this forces you to think things through in-depth. Looking forward to playing the following games in this story.
I adore eerie p&c escape games. Rusty Lake is one of my favourites, along with Submachine. I've been playing these out of order (oops) so the story is a bit wonky for me. My only complaint is the tentacle puzzle. I hate those kinds of puzzles.
- Small bug fixes