Alice in Wonderland: Puzzle Golf Adventures dropping onto iOS

Published On May 12, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | iPhone/iPad

Alice in Wonderland: Puzzle Golf AdventuresTraditionally, I prefer to keep my puzzles, golf and adventures separated. Alice in Wonderland is rarely involved in any of the three, as well. But the forthcoming Alice in Wonderland: Puzzle Golf Adventures from TapStar Interactive is worth an early nod. Why? Because although it sounds like a freemium tie-in with that new Johnny Depp movie, it’s actually a premium game that just uses the classic literary heroine (see what I did there?) for some mini-golf fun.

That’s right, premium. Pay once, no in-app purchases, no ads. It’s like getting a lifelong membership to the local miniature golf course! But with physics defying holes! And diabolical puzzle levels!


In the game, you’ll visit the Tea Garden with its mind-bending mazes and lush landscapes. Strategically maneuver through the Chess Fields, survive the depths of the Dark Forest, and discover the treacherous Palace with its mirrored portals and card-guard armies. The White Rabbit guides you on this epic adventure – how deep can you go? Can you find your way back home? More importantly – can you make Par (this is golf after all)…

Based on the beloved classic story by Lewis Carroll and featuring all the familiar characters, Alice in Wonderland: Puzzle Golf Adventures features:

  • Over 70 beautiful levels with four different themes
  • Classic, one-finger, “drag & release” slingshot gameplay
  • Tricky puzzles and whimsical bonus levels
  • Fantastical, orchestral score
  • Game center support for friends and high scores

Alice in Wonderland: Puzzle Golf Adventures will be available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on May 19th.

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is greatly looking forward to the day when he no longer cares about Apple, games, and gaming technology. But right now he does, and he loves to talk about them, just as he's been doing on the web since 1998. He can otherwise be spotted as that one guy in Ohio wearing a Minnesota North Stars hockey sweater. Kirk has a wife and three kids, and is a generally happy fellow.