Samsara Room – We will unfold the mysteries of Rusty Lake

[Game] Samsara Room

Samsara Room  You find yourself in a strange room.

There is a telephone, a mirror, a grandfather clock and some other odd objects you don’t recognise. It seems there is only one way to escape… become enlightened.

Samsara Room is a new atmospheric point-and-click adventure by the creators of Rusty Lake and Cube Escape series. This praised predecessor to the Rusty Lake universe is completely re-assembled with brand new puzzles, story, graphics and an immersive soundtrack by Victor Butzelaar.

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Samsara Room user reviews :

It was a so nice game it was literally hard sometimes but it was so much fun and the animation and stuff was just great! This game is so amazing! Sometimes it was a bit “disgusting” for example the thing when there was a dead man in the clock or something like this but I give this five stars and I just played this in one day it was so cool really nice

I really enjoyed this one and was pleasantly surprised by the entire experience. It’s a beautiful game with a thought provoking message in the puzzles it presents, filled with plenty of symbolism along the way. I finished it in one sitting. I’m most impressed that this was a free experience from start to finish – no ads, no gimicks. Just a creation shared for everyone to enjoy. Thank you.

This was a nice little puzzle game. Although, there were times I would touch or swipe something, and it didn’t work the first time. Times when I wasn’t sure if what I was doing was right (not puzzle related). So I feel like that needs improvement. One puzzle I needed the hint for was the worm-heart:gecko-fish, and I still don’t understand. The game play was fun though. Piecing what things were related to other items or realities was very cool. Thank you.

Like a real escape room! I have done 3 in person escape rooms and have gotten out of the last 2. The very last one i did was a success rate of only 35% and we had the bare minimum of people to solve it, we got out! I want to do another one, but with covid, it isn’t the best environment. This game was a great substitute. Beat it within an hour of playing and it really had me thinking and using my observation skills! Would recommend!

A beautiful escape puzzle; a poetic exploration of the concepts of life, death, rebirth, and transformation. It draws inspiration across many cultures, but largely Asian. Each room fit its theme in terms of the puzzle pieces, visuals, and mechanics. I only have two complaints, but they don’t detract much from the overall experience. (1) Occasionally, I found the delivery a bit heavy handed and cliche. (2) The sound effect for the baby birds became irritating after several failed attempts.

This was great. The challenges are difficult yet understandable, so that if you are stuck on something you don’t have to go straight to the walk through. (I had to look at it once for the owl though haha). Lovely music, really interesting lore, pretty laid-back and depending on the person can be done in 30 minutes to an hour (but i recommend taking your time, it’s really cool).

The premise were good, but the execution not so much. Nothing can make me interested in going for the next level. Not enough mistery, or anything really. I get bored, fast. This game have zero direction, and so you will have to grope around for your way, trying stuffs. Or just get the walk through. This is for people who like to improvise, and definitely a nightmare for people who like clear directions. You know, the right brain side kind of people. Definitely not for me.

A great game! It is challenging but also logical, not like some games that make you use objects in a very unintuitive way. It is a tiny bit dark but really interesting. I couldn’t go to sleep before finishing it. I’m really happy Google recommended it to me, now I’m going to check out all of the games by Rusty Lake. Spoiler. Ps. The chick puzzle has a logic to it. You need to tap on a new bird/object every time.

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