When the infamous detective Dale Vandermeer wakes up in an ominous room without any recollection of his past, he soon finds himself part of a bizarre game orchestrated by an old foe. Dale must solve increasingly challenging puzzles to escape the room and recover his memories.
Cube Escape: Paradox Features:
- A unique, never-before-seen, game/film crossover experience
- The absorbing gameplay, atmosphere and wealth of puzzles fans would expect from the tenth Cube Escape game
- A ton of connections and interactions with Paradox - A Rusty Lake Short Film
- There will be two different chapters available (one for free and one premium) with multiple endings
- Beautiful paintings handmade by Johan Scherft
- Immersive and atmospheric soundtrack by Victor Butzelaar
- Powerful voice-overs by Bob Rafferty and lead actor David Bowles
Cube Escape: Paradox is the tenth episode of the Cube Escape series and a continuation of the Rusty Lake story. We will unfold the mysteries of Rusty Lake one step at a time. So check RustyLake.com every day for new content and follow us @rustylakecom
Thank you for playing Cube Escape: Paradox! We fixed a few bugs in this new version.
Ratings and Reviews
Creepy, challenging, awesome!
I LOVE puzzles, escape rooms, all things requiring use of my brain. I recently discovered escape room apps (I know, where have I been the last decade) and although I truly don’t have time to fit one more thing into my life... well, let’s just say sleep has suffered. My kids, 5 and 8, and I now play at least 1 “room” before their bedtime story, so I have downloaded 15-20 apps. Most are easy enough my kids can do 90% on their own, and some are so insanely void of any challenge that “free” is more than they are worth! I have played a few without the kids, because they require more adult help than is fun for a team effort. Even those didn’t take very long to finish.
That all said, this game has a lot of challenges packed into one game/room, some had me STUCK for a bit... running in circles over and over, trying to figure out what the HECK was I missing?! The mixed media aspect made it especially interesting, and it was pretty creepy. I don’t like creepy, but this game was really fun. My favorite of this kind so far. This is only 1 of 2 I’ve played so far, that I would actually pay for! I can’t wait to check out some of their others. Thanks so much!
Greatest series of phone games I’ve ever played
I don’t normally write reviews, but in case anybody was having doubts about purchasing this game, or any of the other paid games that Rusty Lake has come out with, DO IT. As a huge fan of the cube escape series I didn’t hesitate for a second to purchase the rusty lake games. I preordered Paradox. Let that sink in. I loved these games so much that I preordered a phone app. There has not been a finer line of games to hit the App Store since Smart phones have been around. The short film that they made to go along with this latest game is absolutely superb as well. The developers of this entire series deserve more recognition than I could ever give. I will recommend this string of games to friends, family, acquaintances, and anybody who takes the time to listen to me blather on about this series.
As long as these developers produce games, I will support every single thing that they put out, regardless of whether or not they deviate from the original games and take a new route.
To me it’s a paradox that these first 10 cube games are so good and still free at the same time. Honestly, some of the most interesting and en-“gross”-ing I’ve ever played. This one even managed to actually startle me a couple of times with jump-scares. And once again, the puzzles were clever, some a little twisted, and entirely fun to solve. I can’t recommend these games enough- they are absolutely worth playing, as long as you like a moderate challenge with a bizarrely creepy but captivating story and a few mildly horrific animations along the way. If the rest of the Rusty Lake games continue this fine tradition (which I’ve read they do), it’s likely I’ll buy the rest of them. Small price to pay considering what you already get with the first 10, not to mention supporting the development of hopefully more good games. Keep up the good work, Rusty Lake. It’s nice to know I can have a diversion worthy of my attention waiting for me on my iPad. Thanks!
- Rusty Lake B.V.
- 114.8 MB
Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © Rusty Lake B.V.
- In-App Purchases
- Chapter 2 $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.