Underground Blossom 12+

A journey through memories

Rusty Lake

Designed for iPad

    • $2.99



Descend into the Rusty Lake Underground and travel through the life and memories of Laura Vanderboom!

Travel from station to station, each metro stop symbolising a piece of Laura's past and future. Solve various puzzles, find the correct metro to board and uncover one of Laura’s timelines, while simultaneously helping her make sense of her life and escape the corruption of her mind!

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


▪ A new experience in a familiar setting
Enjoy a classic Rusty Lake point-and-click puzzle adventure with a gripping story full of mysteries and, of course, puzzles.

▪ Expect to make several stops
Travel to 7 unique metro stations, each station a representation of Laura Vanderboom’s life, memories and potential future. The estimated travel time is 2 hours.

▪ You know what to do
Unravel the potential secrets hidden in each metro station, earn achievements and who knows what else you might stumble upon!

▪ Don’t forget your headphones
At each metro stop you will be greeted by an atmospheric soundtrack by Victor Butzelaar, including a cello performance by Sebastiaan van Halsema!

What’s New

Version 1.2.0

Underground Blossom - Update - The Lab

In celebration of our 9-year anniversary as Rusty Lake, we have a major Underground Blossom update introducing a new metro station filled with brand-new playable content available now!

Patch Notes 1.2.0

- New secret level: The Lab - Research Facility - Watch our latest trailer closely for more hints on what metro to board for this secret station!
- New achievement to accompany the new secret level.
- Small bug fixes

Thank you for your support!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
3.1K Ratings

3.1K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

The enchantingly eccentric Rusty Lake series heads underground! Solve strange puzzles in train stations representing different eras of a woman’s life.

daisygamer ,


Love the game! Especially the ending. Huge fan of all Rusty Lake games. I have played them repeatedly over the years and I’ve recommended them to my nephews who also love them. One of my favorite things about the Rusty Lake collection has always been the excellent and atmospheric sound design . With Underground Blossom, while I really enjoyed the evocative music in between stations and the voice acting, the sound effects of say, obtaining a key, are slightly tinny compared to the more solid and satisfying sounds in their other games. I did not really like the background train station noises, it felt like something was missing. The music that played when Laura‘s mother was taken by the deer skull was like nails on a chalkboard! I found it anxiety inducing. Ditto for the screeching and slamming noises throughout the Soul station segment. It was unnerving. I will be sure to shut the music off in the settings next time I play it. Of course, I was still thrilled for a new installation in this wonderful series and highly recommend this game along with entire superb collection.

six50joe ,

Keep them coming!

My kids and I have been playing all the Rusty Lake games over the years together. The games are perfect for screen sharing to a TV so everyone can participate and enjoy, and occasionally laugh at together.
The ‘weirdness’ in these games, all with reappearing themes, characters and objects is just sublime.
The puzzles are just the right level of difficulty- we’ve never walked away feeling unchallenged or that they are frustratingly difficult and esoteric, as some puzzle games are.
We only began Underground Blossom last night but all of us got pulled in right away, can’t wait to spend a little after dinner time in coming evenings to play the rest.
What I especially like about these games, and a note to the developers- is that each game is that they are complete on their own; we don’t get bombarded with adds or needing to make in all purchases for more content. I would even be willing to pay a little more for a single title to keep it this way. Please continue with more great releases in the future!

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for sharing your experience with our games! It's heartwarming to hear that you and your kids have been enjoying them together over the years. The idea of screen sharing to a TV to get a collective gaming experience together sounds fantastic. Keep an eye on our social media channels, we are working on multiple projects at the same time :)

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  • Family Sharing

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