Cube Escape introduced the Rusty Lake universe, a sort-of shared metaverse and series of games with similar themes and settings. This collection now places the entire series into a single handy compendium.
It’s showtime! The Cube Escape Collection is out now on mobile ????
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Bringing back the first 9 Cube Escape chapters into one app is not only the key to the past but… also the future ???? pic.twitter.com/FT8xYaOowq
— Rusty Lake ?????? (@rustylakecom) March 11, 2021
It follows the journey of Dale Vandermeer, who works as a homicide detective and is investigating the death of a woman and is pulled into the strange world of Rusty Lake.
You can check out a trailer for The Cube Escape Collection here. As you can see, the visuals are a little confusing though so if you’re unfamiliar with the game it might be a little hard to parse. We did, however, review both Cube Escape: Paradox and Cube Escape: The Cave here on Pocket Gamer, in which we enjoyed the visual style and atmosphere it creates.
The Cube Escape Collection has nine chapters available to play in-game. These are called Seasons, The Lake, Arles, Harvey’s Box, Case 23, The Mill, Birthday, Theatre and The Cave.
A little throwback to last year when we were showcasing a first demo of The Past Within at @IndieMEGABOOTH #PAXEast. Little did we know so much will change after this.
We owe a lot to amazing event organizers like @IndieMEGABOOTH and we hope they will get through these times ???? pic.twitter.com/I3KXrBpMtR
— Rusty Lake ?????? (@rustylakecom) February 27, 2021
You can play The Cube Escape Collection now by downloading it from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android store, where it is a free to play game with in-app purchases.
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