Rusty Lake

We are Rusty Lake:

Creators of the praised Cube Escape series and the premium point-and-click adventures Rusty Lake Hotel and award-winning Rusty Lake: Roots.

Dear visitor,

Welcome to Rusty Lake, a surreal place where anything can happen. We offer you the most mysterious game series you'll ever play.

Why not try out our praised Cube Escape series first? Let the cubes guide you the eerie and atmospheric point-and-click adventures with an "escape room" feeling. Currently we have nine Cube Escape games taking place in the Rusty Lake universe. Download them for free on iOS, Android or play on Desktop.

Next to our Cube Escape series we created two premium adventure games with unique story lines taking place in Rusty Lake as well. Serve deadly dinners to five animal-headed guests in Rusty Lake Hotel or expand the bloodline of the Vanderbooms in our award-winning adventure Rusty Lake: Roots.

On the right, you can find a list of all our games sorted by release date.

On our game portal you can play our free games but also find other adventure, room escape and puzzle games. We selected games with a fascinating story, ambiance or unique game-play made by more forward-looking developers.

Check out our blog, social media or newsletter for new updates and content.

We wish you a pleasant stay in Rusty Lake!

Read more about the studio

Your movie clip can be in the new Cube Escape!

Your movie clip can be in the new Cube Escape!

We have a special contest for you 🙂 Send us a 5 seconds clip of something Rusty Lake related before the 8th of August (contest @ and the best one will be featured in game!
Looking forward to your submissions!

7 responses to “Your movie clip can be in the new Cube Escape!”

  1. Lulu Brendlinson says:

    Oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god YES!!!! Let the brainstorming begin!

  2. bloodflow says:

    Does it have to be a real life video clip or can it be animated in any sort of way, too?

  3. Lea Marie says:

    does it have to be animated in the same concept design as the game? Does it have to follow some sort of theme as well?

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  5. Casta says:

    Same question as the others: Can we make our video as an animation or it must be a real clip video? If its animated, should we draw like Rustylake’s style?
    What theme should we follow?

  6. AMINO says:

    Can’t wait anymore!

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