The White Door

4.5
8.75K reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Robert Hill wakes up in a Mental Health facility and suffers from severe memory loss. Follow the facility’s strict daily routine, explore his dreams and help him recall his memories.

The White Door is a new point-and-click adventure developed by the creators of the Cube Escape & Rusty Lake series.

Features:

■ Pick-up-and-play
Easy to start but hard to put down

■ Interactive storyline
Follow a daily routine and recollect memories in a playful way, filled with brain teasers and riddles

■ A unique Rusty Lake split-screen adventure
Experience Robert Hill's stay in Rusty Lake's Mental Health facility with an innovative split-screen gameplay

■ Absorbing atmosphere
Each day in the facility has its own atmosphere, suspense and a variety of unexpected and surrealistic events

■ Immersive and haunting soundtrack
Atmospheric theme songs composed by Victor Butzelaar

■ Special achievements
The White Door has more secrets to unravel
Updated on
Jan 30, 2020

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4.5
8.75K reviews
A Google user
January 10, 2020
A good fix for a Rusty Lake fan like me. Good story, kept me busy for a couple hours. I'll try and complete all the achievements, but since it cost a little over $3.00, I feel like it either could've been a bit longer, or a bit more challenging. Looking forward to any new games. Noticed that if I turn my screen off, when I turn the screen back on to play, the music doesn't play unless I restart the app. Doesn't happen if I pause before turning my screen off. But that happens with other games.
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Christina Schuetz
January 1, 2022
Way too short for a $3.50 game. I know there's a bonus basement level, but the main story is still way too short and ends extremely abruptly. For over $3 I expected to get a nice amount of gameplay and instead it took me about 2 hours to get through. The a full gameplay is engrossing and unique. The split screen experience is really cool and makes the world feel bigger. It was entertaining, challenging, and fun, but it just didn't last very long.
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Second Maze
January 20, 2022
Hi Christina! We're sorry you were disappointed by the length of our game, we felt that it was the best way to tell Robert's story. The accompanying ARG and the bonus level offered an extra layer to this story and provided replayability to the game to extend the playtime and experience! Thanks for playing and for the great feedback!
A Google user
January 10, 2020
This team never fails to surprise and delight. The puzzles were comparatively easy, but that allowed me to focus more on the emotional journey. It ties in so neatly with the other Rusty Lake games. Even though I replayed them all in preparation, I didn't guess the connection until it was revealed! Gameplay is once again tweaked and built upon, though I worry about the lack of clarity that this is part of a larger whole. If a new player comes in, I doubt they'd know there's more.
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Second Maze
January 14, 2020
Hi Hannah, thank you so much for your support and feedback!

What's new

The White Door Basement has opened, are you ready to escape?
Thank you for playing The White Door! We fixed a few bugs in this new version.