Jakob, the oldest son of the Eilander family, is returning to Paradise island after his mother passed away. Since her mysterious death, the island seems to be cursed by the ten plagues. Find the mother's hidden memories and partake in strange family rituals in order to stop the plagues. Rusty Lake Paradise is the third premium point-and-click adventure by Rusty Lake, the creators of the Cube Escape series, Rusty Lake Hotel & Rusty Lake: Roots. Key features: - Pick-up-and-play: Easy to start but hard to put down - Unique storyline: The first adventure game based around the ten plagues of Egypt - An unforgettable puzzle experience Each plague brings its own atmosphere, suspense and a variety of Rusty Lake brain teasers - Atmospheric graphics The pastel background paintings are handmade by Dutch painter Johan Scherft -Immersive Soundtrack: Each plague has its own theme song and variations - Achievements The island has more secrets to unravel We will unfold the Rusty Lake story one step at a time. So check RustyLake.com every day for new content and follow us: @rustylakecom.
Absolutely love everything about this game. 10/10 amazing music and puzzles
An interesting, eerie storyline mixed with a perfect balance of challenging, thought provoking puzzles makes these games hard to put down! I haven’t been able to find any dutiable replacements for them since finishing everything they’ve put out so far. 10/10 worth the $3 or so it costs.
Just when you think it’s over, another chapter begins. Lots of game play. Very smart and story driven. Highly recommend!
This game is so strange in the best way. Really cool and complex puzzles. I wanted to move through them as fast as possible so I could see whatever awesome crazyiness lay ahead. Totally addictive. I am now playing through everything Rusty Lake makes.
I absolutely love the Rusty Lake games. I wasn’t convinced by Rusty Lake Hotel (funny, but too much wandering around the place, and repetitive motions), but Roots was amazing, so I thought this one would be as good. Unfortunately it is more along the lines of the Hotel one, but worse. It’s not even that funny. I found myself being very annoyed instead. It is fun to put a puzzle together, but all the wandering around from location to location was a waste of time. I guess it is hard to do something as good as Roots. Oh, well. I still love the rest of the series.
Paradise is another solid entry in the Rusty Lake series. Puzzles vary widely - while often you’ll be looking for lock combinations, the ways you’ll find them really run the gamut. I was consistently surprised. Difficulty varies - you'll probably get stuck a few times - but it never feels impossible. The Rusty Lake games are well balanced. It's worth noting that a lot of iOS point and clicks have unwieldy interfaces - Rusty Lake does a great job avoiding that. You never feel bogged down by the UI. My only real issue with these games is the sound. I’m sorry to be critical - they’re a small studio! - but, for me, the voice acting is a distracting part of an otherwise good series. They could also probably use trigger warnings (ie, images of self harm) across the board. Tread with caution if you are sensitive to this kind of imagery. Overall, though, these are really nice, super varied games with creative puzzles - if you're into ye olde pointe and clicke adventures or escape rooms, you'll probably like this series.
Loved playing through this. Was obsessed with the series two years ago and finally decided to buy the rest and replay all of them so I could understand the story more. One issue i had in paradise was during the plague of darkness, i was trying to figure out the woodpecker puzzle and accidentally broke something, so the woodpecker sound kept playing over and over. I muted the sound for the rest of the game, but even reseting the game didnt fix it, so i uninstalled and reinstalled. Not a big deal, just kinda funny
Perfect mix of Eerie and challenging, worth every penny!!
I just love this game. It is my first Rusty Lake game. I will definitly work my way through all the Rusty Lake games. I needed to use the walkthrough a couple of times. Thanks so much for providing it.
I like how puzzles had a legit pattern solutions that could be challenging but once understood made perfect sense