Discover & solve the amazing secrets inside the extraordinary Wonderland, Explore this incredible and shocking world while solving the most emblematic puzzles and reveal all the exciting secrets in the best point and click adventure game available for mobile devices.
- Amazing & attractive graphics.
- A deep & catching story.
- Hours of addictive entertainment.
- Incredibly funny and witty puzzles.
- Many different surroundings to discover & explore.
- An interactive story, very original & unique.
- Excellent puzzle and game design.
- High-resolution graphics optimized for retina.
- Multiple languages, auto save and much more...
Plot: Many years have passed since you, Alice Liddel, dreamed about a land full of wonderful and amazing things.
You don’t remember almost anything about the last time you visited it...And just now you receive a mysterious letter that says:
"Dear Alice meet me at the old tree where you first saw me, your presence is frabjously important." White Rabbit.
When you read those words, all those extraordinary dreams and fantasies got back to your imagination, which filled up your mind when you were just a little girl, but it also makes you think about...
“Dreams don't write letters... do they?”
Worried by the curiosity that you felt when you were child, you decide to go and meet the rabbit.
You came to the right place but you don’t see the rabbit anywhere, in fact you realized that you couldn’t even see him, when he was right in front of you.
Everything seems so strange but the exciting curiosity, just like the one you used to have when you were a child, forces you to continue.
Buy it now!!
If you haven't played adventure games yet, download it now, you won't regret it, you might instantly become a fan of the genre. If you were a fan of these type of games you would have bought it already, you couldn't miss this opportunity.
Added a link to our new game "Escape From Crimson Manor"
Minor bug fixes
iOS 14 Optimization
Ratings and Reviews
Enjoyed the game. I've been playing several point 'n click games recently, for some reason, and this is probably the one from this dev that I liked the best. I got this a long time ago and never got around to it but now I wish I had done so sooner. Like the couple of other games I have from this dev, the map is only partly useful. It doesn't help much if you're trying to find the quickest way from point A to point B but it can help you remember in which scene you found something or where you need to got to finish something. Also, there is too much back and forth, like in their other games, but I didn't think it was as bad as in the other games of theirs that I've played. Puzzles were not too difficult, overall, but also mostly not stupidly easy, though there are usually one or two where it takes a little thought or time to know where to go or what to do. I checked out the hints after finishing because, when I went to write my review I saw some complaints about them. I agree, while not completely useless they seemed in many cases fairly useless--they could have been worded better to give a good hint without giving too much away. I also agree with some of the comments on the poor English--there are too many instances of that in the game. The combination of the map, hints and journal all inside the inventory chest is also more cumbersome than it should be.
I really rnjoyed this game.
I really enjoyed playing this game. I liked the music and graphics and there were no glitches that I found. When I first realized what the final puzzle, or ultimate puzzle was, I was surprised because I couldn’t think what else needed to be done, until I started finding more of the pieces. I was a little impatient and used the walk-through to help me get over a few hurdles, bit only read parts because I enjoyed figuring these puzzles out. This was fun for a person like me. Kudos to the developer. I want to see how much I can do on the next one before resorting to help.
Lots of Fun
I really enjoyed this game. I didn't need any hints but it was appropriately challenging. In fact, I don't want a game so frustrating that I feel that I need hints, nor do I want a game so easy that I cruise through without them. Again, if you just stay persistently focused, you will see everything taking shape. There were times I didn't know what to do next, but then I revisited places I'd been and realized I overlooked something. Thankfully, you don't just find an item and apply it somewhere. There are many instances you are holding onto something for quite a while before you realize where it applies. The standalone puzzles were great. I didn't feel they were too out in space, as I've seen in some similar games where you're thinking "are you serious? How would I have ever understood that's what they wanted me to do?" That mental moment never occurred for me in this game. After I'd solved a puzzle, I felt confident the game gave me enough clues to think that through and solve it. Not simply, of course... there was thought there, but it was fun and satisfying and I wish it were longer because I was having a great time. The graphics were lovely and I felt happy inside of this world. 5 stars for fun, cleverness, and beauty.
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- Homero Rojas
- 394.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
English, French, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © MediaCity Games
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