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Cabin Escape: Alice's Story

By Glitch Games

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From the creators of Forever Lost which has had over 1 million downloads worldwide!

Help Alice escape the isolated log cabin by discovering clues and solving puzzles.

Cabin Escape is a short and sweet game designed as a gift to our fans while they wait for Episode 3, if you enjoy it and would like to help support us please consider purchasing the hints or simply telling your friends about the game.

The game is a prologue to the Forever Lost series but don’t worry, you don’t need to play either game to appreciate the other. They will both compliment each other nicely though so it is encouraged.


• Set in the world of Forever Lost, learn more about Alice and Jason!
• Beautifully rendered backgrounds that will pull you in and never let you go!
• In game camera so you can take photos of all the clues and rooms you find.
• Beautiful soundtrack perfectly suited to this eerie and haunting world.
• Auto-save feature with 8 separate save slots, never lose your progress again.

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What's New in Version 1.0.7

You spoke, we listened. Adverts are gone!

We tried to make adverts non-intrusive by only making them display after solving a puzzle but it turns out this was annoying. We have decided to remove adverts altogether until we can come up with a better way of including them.


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Customer Reviews

Bought the Whole Series

... Glitch games I am HOOKED!! After trying a few click and find games (never knew they existed until recently 😂) I wanted to see if I could find some good ones to keep myself preoccupied throughout the day so I stumbled upon Cabin Escape. BEYOND what I was looking for! This RPG feel + stunning graphics (nothing too over the top like unnecessary 3D graphics), made it even better. The puzzles were difficult, yet with time and patience, solvable. I ended up downloading the whole series. What started out as me wanting to find a game that I could use "throughout the day", I ended up getting so hooked into this whole series that I set time aside to play them. Brilliant! I am now a fan of Glitch Games and will buy whatever new they come out with! Now that I'm done with this series, I have a hard time enjoying every other click and find game I download. Guess it's time to try out Ferris Mueller's Day Off! 😉

Fun, with only 1 or 2 screwy parts

This is a really good game in general. I loved almost all of it, and I enjoyed solving all the puzzles, with 2 exceptions.


1 was finding the stuff under the bed, because I clicked all around the bed and never saw that screen until I checked a walkthrough that told me to click exactly under the bed (and I thought I had before). One of my pet peeves is missing something because although I've checked _almost_ everywhere, I didn't check _exactly_ the right spot.

2 was the computer puzzle. At first I didn't know I could drag the icons, because those are the only things in the game you can click and drag. Once a walkthrough told me that, I "used the hammer on the box", but I just got "access denied". So I figured that was the wrong way to solve the problem. I moved the hammer and every other icon everywhere on the screen, but of course nothing happened. My problem understanding that moving an icon somewhere, and then a metal-and-glass box in another room picking that up is that computers don't work that way, and it's unlike every other puzzle in the game in that it doesn't tell you immediately if you got it right or wrong. That was frustrating.

Pretty good

This is the first of the "Forever Lost" games I've played. I was really impressed on how well thought out the game was, but also disappointed because I felt like they may have cut a corner when they said that her husband was doing this to "give her brain exercises". I thought this was pretty tacky.
This game was challenging enough that I didn't feel that the game was just lame. I have encountered plenty of games that I can just breeze through. Yet, it wasn't so hard that I just gave up.
This game was, again, very well thought out and I liked how you find out a little more about Alice and Jason's story little bit by little bit. I would recommend this game to all mystery lovers.

Cabin Escape: Alice's Story
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.0.7
  • Size: 109 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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