The Great Deer: Walkthrough Guide

The Great Deer
by Joseph Zollinger / Little Glyph Games

The Great Deer is a room escape game inspired by the Rusty Lake and Cube Escape series. You need to look for clues and solve the puzzles of the temple. 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.


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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Sam

    I played ‘The Sink Gods’ by this dude… I’m more concerned with why the games are ~1 GB in size…

  2. K Ritchie

    I saw the artwork on the posted game and immediately thought “Yay! Finally something new from the folks at Rusty Lake!” only to find that it is “inspired by” the Rusty Lake games 🤨 I would imagine the developers had to have gotten permission to use graphics so very close to those used by Rusty Lake otherwise this developer is going to get their butt sued. Still unsure about installing and playing a game that seems to be using the popularity of such an excellent series of games to make money off of.

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