Have you always dreamed of joining Alice as she journeys through the looking glass? In this hidden objects game, your dream comes true! Help the heroine solve puzzles and find cleverly disguised clues so she can advance through this wondrous land!
- Experience unusual 360-degree panoramas and 3D views!
- Build your collection. Go through scenes again to try new quests and get new rewards!
- Vibrant interiors
- Diverse challenges: there is the classic hidden objects based on name or outlines, finding identical items, and search for pairs of items.
Colorful 360 degree scenery, animation, and 3D visual effects will make your adventure vivid and fun. Those with a competitive streak can repeat the quest with new puzzles and have an opportunity to contend with other players.
Another nice bonus: you will probably reach for Lewis Carroll's classic once again, and if your child has not read the book yet, playing the game together will be a sure way to spark interest!
We'll be happy to stay in touch with you at www.facebook.com/CrispApp - make comments, ask questions, get news about coming games!
Added 1 new level!
Localizations improvement and minor bug fixes
We hope you like the update. If you do – please leave us a review!
Ratings and Reviews
Tsk tsk tsk...Alice's eyes are NOT 20-20, and she's not observe the at all!
It is a fun hidden object, apt number of "difficult" objects blending into their background. Better for pre-teen and up. Younger ones would easily frustrate. There is also confusion requiring concentration over their loose interpretation on several item descriptions. Cookies look like what most Americans call doughnuts, crayons are chalk in their verbiage. Nothing insurmountable. In-app purchases have no great valuable need. I went all the way through (some portals played repeatedly) but avoided making any purchase. You won't be disappointed, it's fun, stimulating and keeps your attention.
Poor English frustrates the user
This is a pretty good "hidden object" puzzle. A good blend of easy to find and more difficult. However, I find it very frustrating when the description doesn't match the item and you have to use a hint only to find you saw the object all along but it was a pitcher and not a jar as described. A saw is a blade and a saw blade is actually a saw. A crayon is described as chalk (with the word crayon written right on it, btw). A record is decribed as vinyl, though I understand some generations use the word "vinyl" when differentiating between modes of recording. Donuts are described as a cookie. You get the idea. It throws the game off. When there are three levels to each picture I assume I am just seeing things that are on the next level, not an inaccurate description from a person who doesn't speak English well. My point is don't count on the description. Tapping on things you are suspicious of is not my way of playing a game, though it may be necessary in this game. I want to to know and play by the rules and successfully win and therefore I find this game frustrating.
Fun game, but...g
I love hidden objects games, but wouldn’t play those tacky, junk pictures that looked like the Maid threw up all over. But then, I found a couple of wonderful ones. I’d like to give it 5 stars, but there were a few things I didn’t love.
The Good Stuff— gorgeous settings, such as the amazing forest. The ‘solve the puzzle’ games thrown in randomly were good fun! The artistry of each setting made me not want to quit playing! The puzzles were challenging, but not ridiculous. The ‘hints’ replenished quickly and we are not restricted by energy levels or number of hints.
What I Would Change—the hidden objects that we are searching for are not well-placed. They are beautiful, but it’s tacky to have a sock in the middle of the sky, and it happens like thru the game. Another thing that made me jump out of my window was that the developer didn’t name some of the things correctly! Grr! I spent the better part of an hour searching for ‘pines’, and couldn’t find a single one! Imagine my surprise when I used a hint and discovered that I was supposed to be searching for ‘pine cones’ — wow. One other one like that was ‘jar’. Not a jar! It was a ‘pitcher’ !
It would be great if they could change the placement of hidden objects, make them a bit more challenging, but place them within the settings they belong to. Search the object inventory and make sure we know what to look for!
- CRISP APP STUDIO LLC
- 194.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 CrispApp
- In-App Purchases
- No Ads for Hidden Pictures $0.99
- Master Pack: All-included $3.99
- Preview Hints for Hidden Items $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.