This was so much fun. I have always loved the tales of Alice in Wonderland, and was super excited to see this. It was so well written and honestly, Craig Dutton did a fantastic job of keeping the style similar to that of the original stories. Congratulations on a fun and fantastical game. :)
And a thank you to Sarah and Craig who helped guide my steps here and there.
Another enthralling game from Craig Dutton. I'm working my way through his back catalogue and, like Sarah, haven't yet come across a game that is less than excellent. This one has some fiendish puzzles (thanks again for your help Sarah) and intriguing characters: hard to believe it was written in just a couple of days. Thank you, Craig, and please keep the games coming!
So sorry for taking so long to review this game Craig, have been having some problems getting online! Yet another absolutely amazing game from my favourite text adventure author! Fantastic puzzles as usual and an engrossing storyline. As I said in my previous comment, the Wonderland setting was used to brilliant effect, characters, both new and old, were wonderfully realised and your use of the anarchic 'rules' of Wonderland in creating puzzles was inspired, although some of the solutions may seem a bit obtuse in the 'real' world, they make perfect sense when approached with Wonderland logic! I think the game is probably best played by people who have read both of the novels (though anyone who hasn't done so yet should really rectify that as soon as possible!) but I still think that the game is so well written and constructed that those not familiar with Wonderland could enjoy it, especially as it has such a fine self-contained storyline! The poems were also a beautiful touch as they are one of my favourite aspects of the novels and I loved the way you incorporated them here along with your general writing style which never broke character so I do hope you consider returning to Wonderland one day! Sorry to go on but I'm so impressed, as always, by the quality and complexity of your games and the amount of work that must go into them and I can't wait for your next game!