Musings From Us Listings For Alice Through The Looking Glass

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

This entry was posted in Adventure Games, Casual Games, Puzzle Games, Software, Strategy Games by Snowfoxx on

FunFactor: ★★★☆☆ 

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a hidden object/logic puzzles casual game based on Lewis Carrol’s first Alice book, and is just as warped as the book it came from. It pretty much follows the story verbatim, with the exception of skipping some parts to add the puzzles. There are switch and spin jigsaw puzzles with illustration from the original book, which gives this game even more authenticity. The hidden object puzzles are not typical, as not only do you get a small list of things to find, but once that list is finished, a new list gets added, asking to find multiple items of the same kind. In the English garden scene, you are asked to find a certain number of one kind of flower, then another kind, then a certain number of insects, then another kind. Good luck searching for those walking sticks!

Seven Years in Dog-land

This entry was posted in Books & Literature, Online Comics by Snowfoxx on

When I get hooked onto a new webcomic, I like to read the story from the beginning. An anonymous request came to Musings asking us to take a look at Seven Years in Dog-land some time last week. So I took this on with my normal routine. At first I got a feeling of Alice Through the Looking Glass meets the 1968 Planet of the Apes. This is not exactly a family-friendly story. The heroine, a 10 year-old girl, Alice Carroll, has a best friend in her pet dog, Charlie. Charlie is an older dog, and one day, when Alice and her father, Lewis, take a trip to the forest, Charlie runs off. Alice is heartbroken, and aims to find him. In her search, she comes to a tunnel, and winds up in another forest. There she encounters a scruffy group of very primitive people, and she is rounded up with them by some huge dogs. She has come to Cania, a world where dogs are the supreme species. Humans, or Sapiens, as they are called here, serve various purposes, including part of the food supply. They cannot talk, but they communicate by growling and barking. Alice is an odd one out, as she cannot only talk, but converse about intelligent subjects. The slaver decides that she is a rare commodity, and must be kept to rake in the cash. Little does Alice know, there are Sapien-activist groups in Cania, and they want to make sure Sapiens are no longer abused. A disturbing world indeed!