Cube Escape: The Mill is the sixth episode of the Cube Escape series and part of the Rusty Lake story.
Discover the residence of Mr. Crow, a mill at Rusty Lake. Fix the mysterious machine connected to the Mill in anticipation of a familiar guest. Explore the different floors, prepare dinner for your wife and be ready to face the storm!
Cube Escape: The Mill is the sixth 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.
Thank you for playing Cube Escape: The Mill! We fixed a few bugs in this new version.
Ratings and Reviews
I’ve been through the mill
This was such a great game. I’m finally seeing some of the pieces from the first five really come together in this one. It seemed somehow a little easier to me than the other ones, but it is perhaps the most interesting of them so far. So much is going on in the story with three floors to explore, some nicely intuitive puzzles to solve, and a few previous characters finally converging. I still don’t quite understand it all, but I’m starting to feel like I’m in the middle of something unpredictably sinister, which, in this case, is a good thing. Also, there are a couple of “icky” things you’re required to do, not to mention some rather gruesome sights that had me somewhere between giggling and gasping. These games are so well made that no matter what horribly bizarre thing is taking place, it just seems kind of natural after about the fifth game or so (is that demented?). Anyway, the thought of downloading the next one almost makes my pulse quicken a little, as I’m sure there’s more “Oh my gosh!” on the way.
If I could rate more than 5 stars I would. I recommend this game to my friends, coworkers, even the students I teach(they're all high schoolers.) I have played every game by RustyLake both the free and paid games and they are all great. The suspense, the slight jump scares, the gore but not enough to make it generic, its not too easy yet where you finish in 15min but its also not hard to the point that you no longer want to play it has that feel that keeps you glued to your phone/tablet. I love these types of games and have never been as addicted before. Would love to see this get bigger in the future. Great job! Hopefully more games to come.
Best of its kind -- disturbing and ingenious!
The creepy storyline is just the beginning of this darker than dark telling of a family bloodline and it's ghastly secrets along the way. The graphics are well chosen, and they set the mood for the horror to unfold along the way. I felt the puzzles were exactly the right mix of challenge and intuition, and like a good novel, you feel satisfied yet somehow wanting more, when it finally ends. If there are sequels, you can bet I'll be downloading them.
Well worth the $2.99 cost, and I rarely find games worth paying for. This is the exception. I hope to see more from the Rusty Lake team!
Excellent, excellent job.
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