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 ten Cube Escape games taking place in the Rusty Lake universe. Cube Escape: Paradox is our latest installment which is combined with a short film! Download them for ten on iOS, Android or play on Desktop.

Next to our Cube Escape series we created three 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, expand the bloodline of the Vanderbooms in our award-winning adventure Rusty Lake: Roots or stop the ten plagues on a small island in Rusty Lake Paradise.

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
  • AwardIndie Prize, Best Narrative Award ‘16
  • AwardTop 10 Google Play Indie Games Contest ‘17
  • AwardPremiere Paradox - A Rusty Lake Film @ LIFF '18
  • Award"Most Inventive" App nomination Google Play Awards ‘18
  • AwardFinalist Google Play Indie Games Contest ‘20

The piano music from Cube Escape: Seasons

The piano music from Cube Escape: Seasons


There are many people asking which music we used for Cube Escape: Seasons, so it’s probably better to inform everyone:) Till now every Cube Escape game has used Royalty Free music services by Kevin Macleod. His database with amazing music is enormous and we’re really happy that we could find such suspenseful and atmospheric music for our free games. Here are some of the links for Seasons:

Sorry for the delay!

For our new game we’re planning to use music specially made for us by a composer..

21 responses to “The piano music from Cube Escape: Seasons”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Let me make a little addition, and mention (to all of those who won’t follow the link to incompetech) that the Gymnopedies were written by a significant French composer Erik Satie. As even while Kevin Macleod’s music services are really good, but crediting system seems a bit unfair to me. While performer of course has his right to take credit, it’s a bit sad that the composer isn’t mentioned in titles at all

    • sandra says:

      YES, I got the Satie tune when I was playing the game, and rushed to look for its name, and I was right… Definitely, an amazing soundtrack for an amazing game

  2. Saint says:

    Yes! Thank you :3
    Promising Relationship is so haunting

  3. beantowel says:

    So where the “My favorite song” from the Seasons come from?

  4. W476 says:

    What are names of the musics from Fall and Winter?

  5. Steve says:

    What piece of music is on the “my favorite song” cassette?

  6. joanne says:

    Anyone know what the music is from “The Lake” game?

  7. fan says:

    That Satie composition was mesmerizing. Glad I found it.

  8. Psychic Leopard and Moonwater says:

    What’s the music used in Fall called? It matches the game’s message that fall is the time when “colors change” (which is portrayed by suicide and blood). It took me a while to realize that lurid analogy.

  9. Psychic Leopard and Moonwater says:

    By the way, the Winter one is off somehow. Something about it makes me really uneasy ?.

  10. Logan says:

    What’s the name of the song in “Summer”? (*-*)?

  11. 邵云 says:

    What’s the name of the song in “spring “? I can’t find it on the app music store ~(・・?)

  12. Karp says:

    Anyone knows the piano song they used in “The Mill”?

  13. Cassie says:

    You guys made wonderful games!You also used a lot Erik Satie music,right?

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