Have you always dreamed of joining Alice as she journeys through the looking glass? In this hidden objects game, your dream comes true! Help the heroine solve puzzles and find cleverly disguised clues so she can advance through this wondrous land!

Colorful 360 degree scenery, animation, and 3D visual effects will make your adventure vivid and fun. Those with a competitive streak can repeat the quest with new puzzles and have an opportunity to contend with other players.

Another nice bonus: you will probably reach for Lewis Carroll's classic once again, and if your child has not read the book yet, playing the game together will be a sure way to spark interest!

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What's New

Version 1.4

+ iPhone X support!
+ Hints for buttons
+ Locations are revamped and improved
We hope you like the update. If you do – please leave us a review!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

646 Ratings

646 Ratings

Poor English frustrates the user


This is a pretty good "hidden object" puzzle. A good blend of easy to find and more difficult. However, I find it very frustrating when the description doesn't match the item and you have to use a hint only to find you saw the object all along but it was a pitcher and not a jar as described. A saw is a blade and a saw blade is actually a saw. A crayon is described as chalk (with the word crayon written right on it, btw). A record is decribed as vinyl, though I understand some generations use the word "vinyl" when differentiating between modes of recording. Donuts are described as a cookie. You get the idea. It throws the game off. When there are three levels to each picture I assume I am just seeing things that are on the next level, not an inaccurate description from a person who doesn't speak English well. My point is don't count on the description. Tapping on things you are suspicious of is not my way of playing a game, though it may be necessary in this game. I want to to know and play by the rules and successfully win and therefore I find this game frustrating.

Tsk tsk tsk...Alice's eyes are NOT 20-20, and she's not observe the at all!


It is a fun hidden object, apt number of "difficult" objects blending into their background. Better for pre-teen and up. Younger ones would easily frustrate. There is also confusion requiring concentration over their loose interpretation on several item descriptions. Cookies look like what most Americans call doughnuts, crayons are chalk in their verbiage. Nothing insurmountable. In-app purchases have no great valuable need. I went all the way through (some portals played repeatedly) but avoided making any purchase. You won't be disappointed, it's fun, stimulating and keeps your attention.

Fun but discouraging

Tap Tate

This is one if the better finding games I have found but the items you look for are not called by the correct names. This can be very upsetting. I looked all over for chalk turned out to be a crayon. Looking for a jar but it was pitcher. There are a couple of other ones. Although this is really fun please name your items correctly.


153.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2017 CrispApp
In-App Purchases
  1. No ads for the best search $0.99
  2. All you need to seek and find $3.99
  3. Preview hints for hidden items $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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