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Alice's Patchwork Giveaway

Game Giveaway of the day — Alice's Patchwork

Assemble patchwork mosaics while you travel with Alice and famous characters!
User rating: 16 (89%) 2 (11%) 10 comments

Alice's Patchwork was available as a giveaway on January 29, 2023!

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Discover Wonderland and Looking-Glass Land in Alice’s Patchwork, a whimsical puzzle game! Your task is to make pictures out of multi-colored fragments. Each of the mosaics describes amazing Alice’s adventures. Do you remember the Cheshire Cat and its mischievous grin? And how about the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, and the Queen of Hearts? All these and the other characters familiar from your childhood are looking forward to meeting you!

System Requirements:

Windows XP or higher; Processor: Intel Atom N455 (1660 MHz) or high; Memory: 1024 MB RAM; Graphics: Intel GMA 3150; DirectX: Version 9.0c





File Size:

309 MB



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Alice's Patchwork is a mosaic puzzle game that has never been given away before. I'll post some images etc later.
You can see a few videos of game play HERE, HERE, HERE and one via the Steam store page HERE.

You can also see some Steam community reviews of the game HERE (88% of 150 reviews give this a thumbs up).

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+20)

A keeper for me. Drags a little with my ancient graphics. Had to shut off the custom cursor for that reason, and placing a piece is a touch clumsy for the same reason, though I realized they don't have to be perfectly placed to snap in place, just close, which speeds it up a bit. On the other hand, it has to be fairly close. I got errors on pieces by being more than too many fractions of an inch away. But, because of it being a bit clumsy for me, I realized I wouldn't get too many 3 star awards. I, at least, don't earn coins fast enough to store up a cache to buy extra time. Or, probably hints for that matter. Still, I like the puzzle solving challenge. Double Dragon's suggestion is right on if you're shooting for 3 stars, but, if you're not, then just seeing 5 pieces at a time increases the challenge. And, if you don't mind replaying a level occasionally, then the challenge of having to make an educated guess - and risk - where a piece belongs can be stimulating. And there's always hints. But, in the sense of just shooting for 2 stars - meaning making no mistakes much like trying to do perfect grid puzzles - having a relaxed mode is mostly irrelevant, if you just ignore the time. It basically means that the game has interesting flexibility, and more than nominal replayability.

Thanks, GGOTD, Toomky, Whiterabbit, and the giveaway community.

Reply   |   Comment by mediaman13  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

A fun game, nice music, graphics. The time goals seem incredibly short - maybe I'm supposed to play a few times to know where every piece goes.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave6d6ky  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

I was intrigued by today's GGOTD until someone mentioned "time limit." Time limits in puzzle games turn me RIGHT off, so not thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Cad Delworth  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

I just noticed there is a 'relaxed' mode too, but the other thing that turns me off puzzle games is "stars" or "earning coins" — it gets too much like a time-management game (for me, anyway) when a PUZZLE game has those (GRRR!).

Reply   |   Comment by Cad Delworth  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Cad Delworth, on the 22nd we were given away a game, Arctic Quest 2 and it somewhat had the same play mechanics as this game. Personally I'd like to see more of these kinds of games from different developers to see how they compared as this is the first time I've played a Mosaic game like this. The previous game I mentioned that we got earlier kind of worked more like Tangrams.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510 aka Jason  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Alice's Patchwork is a digital puzzle game with enjoyable whimsical music. There are 120 different colored puzzles to solve with 10-20 hours of gameplay. Each puzzle image is made from many fragments. You will get a handful of already assembled pieces on each picture, and it's up to you to complete the rest until you get a full image. But it's not as simple as it sounds like a jigsaw puzzle. You have a time limit and only some of the missing pieces you can grab are showing, which means that you will need to place one of the pieces for the next piece to show up and take its place. In a normal jigsaw puzzle you would have access to all pieces. And further the digital pieces that you can currently select are not shown full size until you select one so its unfortunately not easy to judge where a piece might fit unless you select it sometimes. To earn all three keys which also unlock subsequent worlds, you must fully assemble the fragmented picture, complete the level without a mistake by placing the fragment in the wrong location, and complete the task within a specific time limit. The game doesn't give you a penalty or make you feel bad if you do make a mistake or take a long time to complete it and you can always go back to play any puzzle you've already completed if you feel like re-attempting or want all the keys.

In first levels it seems really easy of course with just a few missing pieces, but when you get to more complicated paintings it becomes really hard. You get a free hint to show where to place a piece - additional hints cost coins you earned, as well as being able to extend the timer by another 30 seconds when its low. Assembling the right pieces in the right places or other game mechanics that are timed in other games against a ticking counter can be stressful to some, but there is a relaxed mode in options that removes the timer and its also just one of the three keys to earn in a level. However, you also get to keep all the money you've earned during the failed level attempt I found and then you could use it to buy extra time on your next replay when the counter gets low, so its not required to turn off the timer. The amount of grinding to earn money to add time required and earn all three keys is of course directly proportional to your skill and therefore makes it more playable for most. The game also has Steam Trading Cards and Steam Achievements. Overall I'm now late, I'm late for a very important date from playing this game too long, and there is plenty here to keep those who enjoy the puzzle genre happy.

Rating: C+

Suggestion: Allow size of piece to be shown full size when hovering over the piece in the ribbon rather than having to select it.

Reply   |   Comment by DataDragon  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

Another suggestion would be to show the finished picture for 5 seconds starting a level...then it disappears to the play screen with only the partial pieces in place. Sometimes pieces I have no idea where they may go since I never saw the pic before unless I left to the levels screen. You could expand on that with another 'hint' that lets you see the full picture but lowers the gold as it does (with high scores being more of the emphasis). Also since the pieces appear to be random allow up/down arrows to scroll to other pieces to choose. That seemed to be why sometimes I had very hard time with a puzzle unless it was designed to only show certain pieces that will definately be able to be placed somewhere currently attached to what is already on the board rather than in any area there are no other pieces around it yet. Or you could leave pieces that may not fit yet but have a reshuffle to change the pieces shown for gold would also work if emphasis is put more on getting high scores vs others.

Reply   |   Comment by DataDragon  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

Today's game reminds me of a childhood board game called Perfection where you had a plastic board that you pressed down and you had different pieces to put on the board. Turn the timer and you are on the mental ride of your life to get the pieces in there before the board pops up and all the pieces go all over the table if you take too long.

This game is similar in concept but in a sense less dramatic than the board game I've mentioned. Object is very simple, look at the pieces on your screen and try to find where they belong on the board.

The first few puzzles give you an idea of how to play the game but once you get into the later levels you will find the game more challenging. Pieces will need to go along the edge of the playing field to assemble the full picture so you will most likely not be working with pieces from the inside center of the puzzle right away.

If you get stuck you can use a hint, otherwise if you use a hint and need another it costs 5000 coins. It also costs another 5000 to reset the timer 30 seconds to get a second chance to complete your level goals. Even though the timer ran out for me on many complex puzzles I still managed to get a 1 key rating for the level and it went to the next.

Basically if you remember where the pieces went from the first time around you can replay the level again and try for a bigger score.

This game is well designed and to the point where you won't get bored of it and it would be suitable to play in all occasions. So if you're looking to assemble these kinds of puzzles today without cluttering up your desk, this game may be it for you.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510 aka Jason  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)

This works well on windows 11. It is a mosaic puzzle it as different difficulty modes to play and a good tutorial. If you like puzzles it is well worth downloading, I will definitely be keeping this one. Thank you for giving this game today.

Reply   |   Comment by ros  –  2 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
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