Cube Escape – Help Harvey escape by solving numerous of puzzles

(Game) Cube Escape – Harvey’s Box

Cube Escape  Game Description :

It’s 1969 and Harvey is trapped inside a box moving to Rusty Lake…Find out what’s going on and help Harvey escape by solving numerous of puzzles.

Game Features :

Tap on the arrows to navigate inside the cube.

Interact with objects by tapping. Select found items in your inventory and tap somewhere on screen to use them.

Cube Escape: Harvey’s Box is the fourth episode of the Cube Escape series and is a continuation of the Rusty Lake story. We will unfold Rusty Lake mysteries one step at a time. So check every day for new content and follow us: @rustylakecom

Additional Information :

  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
  • Size 35.9 MB

User Reviews :

What a treat this fourth game was! Interesting location, escaping a box instead of a room. I really liked the puzzles- they were particularly logical, with the same bizarre twists as the first three games. Got through it pretty quickly, and apparently managed to solve one of the puzzles kind of by accident, but after finishing the game I checked the walkthrough to make sure I hadn’t missed anything and saw how I did it. At this point I’m pretty pumped about the Rusty Lake series, as I actually look forward to each new chapter. Reminds me a little of playing the Omnisoft series, although these have a more engrossing storied theme with some interestingly creepy animation and more varied environments. Gotta say I’m hooked, and getting ready to download the next one. Good job, Rusty Lake!

Rusty Lake games, the Cube series is extremely addicting for its surreal and short plots, which builds from one game to the next. They put very good thriller & horror content that makes me play the next one immediately. I love this series. Their puzzles are pretty hard and sometimes takes a little more work but it’s one of those few games where solving a hard puzzle is very satisfying. I can’t wait for the next one! Thanks Rusty Lake games!

For this box, you have to know some basic rules for usual games in real life(and I did google it instead of seeking walkthrough), and you also have to connect things from different sides of the box, which means a good memory is vital. Some of the settings are odd but also make sense, so you have to try and try and try again. In result, you will be moved by your own persistence.

I happened upon one of these games and then quickly realized they were part of a large story arc! Jackpot!!! Well done, simply created. Complex puzzles. Compelling story and creepy enough to mess with your head!! I would love if they would put them all out as one large collection so players can experience the entire story without switching from game to game.

This series is so well done, and so different. Entertaining, unpredictable, surprising fun with a horror edge. All five games released so far play very well with no glitches. Be sure to support the true devs by downloading only LoyaltyGame versions, there have been a few knockoffs which were quickly removed thanks to swift action by the LoyaltyGame folks 🙂

All of the games from this developer are amazing. They are profound in a way I never would expect from an escape game. Check them out. They seem to be doing something I have not encountered before. Each game builds on a larger story that unfolds over time so each individual game provides you a new piece of the puzzle. Wow.

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