Find out how deep the rabbit hole goes!
Rabbit Hole 3D: Steam Edition is a minimalistic retro puzzle game.
The game features 3D word puzzles based on Chapter 1 of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Players must navigate through keywords generated from the book’s initial chapter.
Supports SteamPlay. Play it on Windows, Mac, and Linux!
Contains audio clip of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Chapter 1 - Down the Rabbit Hole)
Dynamic procedural graphics with a minimalistic retro look
Retro chiptune soundtrack
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Rabbit Hole 3D: Steam Edition is a very original puzzle game. It is based on the first chapter of the Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland book and it's completely constructed around the falling down in the rabbit hole. The player has to avoid the book's words while he falls down the hole: when he touch a letter he has to start again the level. Going ahead, as you beat more levels, the game gets faster and even more difficult. In short Rabbit Hole 3D: Steam Edition is addicting; has a unique, interesting concept; is quite simple at the beginning, but even plenty of fun and, as you progress, even more challenging; has a very good soundtrack; has a beautiful retro graphic style. But pay attention: if you are not very focused to it, you can easily get mad about it! In my opinion, it worths every single cent you will spend for its small price.
How do I put it? This game is... interesting. For those who don't already know (and the title should have given it away), this game is based on Alice in Wonderland. Very loosely based on Alice in Wonderland. You play as a block, falling down a hole. That's pretty much it, but it is a great way to kill time. What really makes this game unique is the audio clips from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland that play as you fall deeper down the hole. This combined with the soundtrack make it more of an auditory adventure than a game. Worth a shot if you like good sound and a retro feel.
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