Cube Escape: Paradox
By: Rusty Lake
Cube Escape: Paradox is the latest addition to the Rusty Lake franchise of quirky room escape games. It’s the tenth Cube Escape game and thirteenth Rusty Lake game. It can be tricky, so this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.
You can watch my video for Chapter 1 or continue below for my step-by-step guide.
31. Use the tape to fix the plug under the TV and then plug it in.
32. Change the channel to 669 and press the PLAY button at the bottom. A more real version of you (the movie version) will say CHANNEL 12.
33. Change the channel to 012 and he’ll say CHANNEL 67.
34. Change the channel to 067 and you’ll get the answer to the question on the typewriter: THE LAKE.
35. Go back to the typewriter and type in THE LAKE.
36. Use the scissors to cut the piece of paper. Then slide the bottom half up until it reads CALL 14335.
37. Go to the phone and dial 14335. Hopefully you know how to use a rotary phone. Mr. Owl will answer and call you Mr. Vandermeer. He also tells you to look through the keyhole.
38. Head to the door and look through the keyhole. The ghost of Laura Vanderboom appears. Tap on her to zoom in on her eye for a clue. (If you tried this before the call, you couldn’t get the clue. But if you turned the knob again, the silhouette appeared in the keyhole. I’m not sure if it means anything.)
39. Go back to the clock and set the X hand to 9 and the • hand to 12 as shown in the woman’s eye. Take the triangle key.
40. Go back to the mirror and take the burning cigar from your reflection.
41. Go back to the wall with the framed painting. Use the triangle key to open the top drawer of the left table. Look through all the files (Kickstarter backers?) and find the names of the authors on the books on the shelf — Caroline Eilander, Jacob Eilander, Vincent Van Gogh, Robert ‘Bob’ Hill, Ida Reiziger, and Aldous Vanderboom. Also, get the Prozac prescription from Laura Vanderboom’s file and you can see Detective Dale Vandermeer’s file, too. I’m leaving out all the symbols for now, but you do need them for something, so keep them in mind.
42. You can unlock the bottom drawer, too, but they’re the same files. They just let you access different letters for less scrolling.
43. Now for the right table. Use the triangle key to open the top drawer and get slide 2. Open the bottom drawer to get a handkerchief.
44. Go back to the books on the shelf and arrange them based on the drawings on each of the files. It goes:
Robert Hill – False Accusation
Vincent van Gogh
J. Eilander – My Family
Ida Reiziger – The Art of Fortune Telling
45. Open the last book and read through it. Take the glass eye and iron cube.
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