Alice: Behind the Mirror

One evening, while sleeping peacefully in her bedroom, a noise awakens Alice. She then finds herself suddenly falling, and lands in a familiar place – Wonderland. A place that is still full of surprises! Over Wonderland glides the shadow of the Jabberwocky, a terrifying fantasy creature! Restore order... or rather disorder, back to Wonderland. Plunge back into the heart of a legendary tale in a brand new adventure starring Alice, the carefree girl with her head in the clouds! Can Alice save this crazy, madcap world from the ordered and rational reign of the Jabberwocky?

It was an engaging adventure game, difficult enough to not be boring but not impossible, cleaver writing and cast of characters, and a logical sequence. In Rabbit's House the clock ticking every time you are searching for objects in there can drive you a bit batty too! The actual items hidden in the larger picture was just as microscopic. I had to research that information online to discover that it could be bypassed. On the plus side if you are a Lewis Carroll fan, there are numerous interesting facts about Charles Dodgson and the things he did, especially writing Alice in Wonderland. The hints do not tell you much, and neither do the instructions. I saw only simple word list HOPs. Hint refills pretty quickly if needed. Some objects near impossible to find as they are literally only shadows in a too dark picture just about any clearly drawn, bright, distinct image is NOT what's in the list , and then it suffers from bad translation- "ears of corn" as in the sample pic above is NOT an ear of corn, despite there being a giant ear of corn in the scene they wanted "wheat" and just didnt know the difference. I could not have played the full game like that. I am sorry I bought it as I have been stuck on a maze that seems as if is a defect instead of a challenge! There are no voices, just text for the story. Graphics are great but the game left something to be desired. The game play was very cryptic.

I would recommend this only to the most diehard HOP fans who have the eyesight of hawks. It's not labelled as such but it's a bar at the top of the mini games. Overall, I would recommend the game for someone who just wants a nice hidden object game to pass the time. If the hints are useless and you can't do what it's telling you to do, it's no longer fun. This has happened three times. As is customary with HOG's, there is a bit of moving back and forth to complete objectives. Unfortunately I didn't really care for it. I love it and highly recommend it! However, even if I were seeking only HOPs, I enjoy more complex varieties, such as assembling components and using silhouettes or riddles as clues. This is good Fun Pass game but not a game I would purchase. Also, there doesn't appear to be a map that gives you any indication how much more of the game there might be. I had understood based on Microids marketing that this was an adventure game that included both minigames and HOPs. However, the game was very slow - maybe in part because my computer is a couple of years old, but I don't have problems with other games -it seems to take a longer time than necessary to load between scenes. I tricked it once and added player. I wouldn't purchase the game because of how short it is and it doesn't have much to offer in terms of replay value but it's definitely worth a fun pass download.

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The characters are very nicely done, and the hint feature reactivates Around the World in Eighty Days: The Challenge quickly. There are annoying action type games in the minis, but the on screen movement slows down the cursor and makes it even worse, and I have a strong gaming computer. Puzzles not challenging. There War Chariots: Royal Legion several puzzles not too hardsub-games, and many HO screens, all difficult due to the busy nature and well hidden objects. It has Royal Roads Collectors Edition glitch in it and it is impossible to complete; to skip it, you need to click on a green bar above the puzzle. When I clicked on the hint, it just told me the same thing it had the last time, which is where to get the teapot and to bring it to the Mad Hatter. Dolphin Dice Slots had high hopes for this, but unless I read lots of other reviews that tell me Alice: Behind the Mirror gets better, I won't buy the full version. I recognize that the first issue may be just my own. It's easy going through the hidden object screens, but I often didn't know what to do in places. The HO parts are repetitive yet very difficult. It's not labelled as such but it's a bar at the top of Alice: Behind the Mirror mini games. At that point I gave up. I still have vision, and I had no inclination to try and take this on. The graphics are great, and when you click on the Cheshire Cat 's smile throughout the game you get lots of interesting information about the history of the Alice stories.

This is not usually the case for me. The hint button worked, but sometimes the hint you got was not particularly helpful. I saw only simple word list HOPs. The Cheshire Cat vignettes are the only plus in the game. I wouldn't purchase the game because of how short it is and it doesn't have much to offer in terms of replay value but it's definitely worth a fun pass download. I stopped playing after about 30 minutes and uninstalled. Lots of back and forth, but not many locations, so it wasn't too bad. I had high hopes for this, but unless I read lots of other reviews that tell me it gets better, I won't buy the full version.. I'm glad I played it. In the end, Catching butterflies was what finally did it for me. I found myself going back and forward to previously visited scenes in case there was something else that needed doing there. I had high hopes for this, but unless I read lots of other reviews that tell me it gets better, I won't buy the full version..

I still have Labyrinths of the World: Lost Island Collectors Edition, and I had no inclination to try and take this on. I had to research that information online to discover that it could be bypassed. I saw only simple word list HOPs. Once Alice: Behind the Mirror get to the garden to find the brush, the game crashes and won't open back up after that. I love it and highly recommend it! It's not labelled as such but it's a bar at the top of the mini games. The HO parts are repetitive yet very difficult. When I clicked on the hint, it just told me the same thing it had the last time, which is where to get the teapot and to bring it to the Mad Hatter. I tricked it once and added player.


I've played many hidden object games, this one was just not for me. I found playing it an annoying chore instead of entertaining, so I quit and don't plan to continue. The music started driving me crazy as it just repeats over and over. When I clicked on the hint, it just told me the same thing it had the last time, which is where to get the teapot and to bring it to the Mad Hatter. However, even if I were seeking only HOPs, I enjoy more complex varieties, such as assembling components and using silhouettes or riddles as clues. Otherwise, I would give it a five. First, the positives. It's a fairly short game, but I think it's worth it for what it gives you. Not very challenging, lots of just finding hidden objects again and again. At that point I gave up. On the plus side if you are a Lewis Carroll fan, there are numerous interesting facts about Charles Dodgson and the things he did, especially writing Alice in Wonderland. Due to the difficulty of the HO screens, the game takes time to play, but there is a hint button to get past the difficulties.

5 thoughts on “Alice: Behind the Mirror

  1. Once you get to the garden to find the brush, the game crashes and won't open back up after that. For example, where to put the tea pot. I am sorry I bought it as I have been stuck on a maze that seems as if is a defect instead of a challenge!

  2. When I clicked on the hint, it just told me the same thing it had the last time, which is where to get the teapot and to bring it to the Mad Hatter. Graphics are great but the game left something to be desired. I found myself going back and forward to previously visited scenes in case there was something else that needed doing there.

  3. If you like hidden object games that are challenging but not so hard you are constantly using the hint button, then this game is for you. You have to click the X in the corner of each close-up box to close it, the hidden objects are so tiny that I had to use the hint for each scene I went to. There was so much clicking involved for every move, every task. Right now I was on the part where I had to get the teapot to the Mad Hatter - I used a hint to figure out where I was supposed to get it because they don't give you any idea of where to get this stuff. The death knell was when the font for the word list was so small that I could barely make out the names of the items.

  4. The help function was pretty ineffective, which made me have to really pay attention to what was happening and what I had to do next. Not a long game but still enjoyable. Also, I don't like using the hint button, but you had to between scenes to find out what you need to do next, as it isn't obvious. I thought the game was pretty simple and very short. I saw only simple word list HOPs.

  5. Due to the difficulty of the HO screens, the game takes time to play, but there is a hint button to get past the difficulties. This appears to be a showcase for one HOP after another, which is not my preference. The HO's are challenging because many items blended right into the background so you really need eagle eyes.

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