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Rust Lake's New Installment, Underground Blossom, Issues Physical Metro Ticket Upon Release

By Xueyang
Sep. 7, 2023 updated 08:36

Rusty Lake, the game studio renowned for its mind-bending Cube Escape & Rusty Lake series, is back with a new point-and-click adventure—Underground Blossom. Scheduled for release soon, the game plunges you into the Rusty Lake Underground where you navigate through the life and memories of Laura Vanderboom. This isn't your typical adventure game; it's a deep dive into Laura's past, present, and maybe even her future.

Each metro station in the game represents a segment of Laura's life. Players have to solve puzzles to find the right metro to board, shedding light on different timelines while helping Laura make sense of her own existence. A warning: This journey through the underground maze isn't just a trip; it's a narrative experience you won't forget anytime soon.

Underground Blossom - ScreenshotUnderground Blossom - Screenshot

The game invites players to travel to seven unique metro stations. Each is crafted to symbolize aspects of Laura Vanderboom's life and memories. The ride promises to be around 2 hours long, replete with mysterious puzzles, hauntingly beautiful atmospheres, and philosophical undertones.

To enhance the experience, Victor Butzelaar has composed an atmospheric soundtrack for each metro station, including a cellist performance by Sebastiaan van Halsema. So don't forget your headphones; you're going to need them to fully immerse yourself in this gripping adventure.

Underground Blossom - ScreenshotUnderground Blossom - Screenshot

Rusty Lake has also incorporated an innovative promotional tactic for this release. They're issuing physical metro tickets, adding a tangible layer to the game's metro-themed narrative.

The physical metro ticket Rust Lake issuesThe physical metro ticket Rust Lake issues

Overall, Underground Blossom promises to be a classic Rusty Lake experience, complete with complex puzzles and intricate storylines that will leave players thinking long after they've logged off. If you're a fan of the genre or the series, this is one train ride you won't want to miss.