An all-new Tunnels & Trolls solitaire adventure from Flying Buffalo, Alice in Weirdworld is based on Lewis Carroll’s 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and is the first T&T solo ever based on an existing written work. Play as Alice, or a character of your own design, as you chase the rabbit into a weird world that resembles Wonderland, but is strangely different in many ways.
Is the sphinx friend or foe, and who is waiting on the other side of the mirror? Is there a way to defeat the Jabberwock? Can you get to the Queen and escape Weirdworld, or will you be trapped there forever?
Written by Joel Marler, Alice in Weirdworld features over 30 of the original Sir John Tenniel illustrations from Alice and its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, plus there are additional images by Steven S Crompton created in a style that matches Tenniel’s famous art.
This new gamebook adventure also includes the 10-page T&T Mini-Rules, which allow you to play without the regular Rulebook, and includes pre-rolled characters that you can use instead of Alice.
Alice in Weirdworld is the perfect T&T introduction for new players, as it’s made for beginning characters with adds of no more than 5 (or thereabouts), and you can learn how to play using the included Mini-Rules. Any Alice fan will love this unique adventure as it feels very much like the classic books, but with its own interactive twists.
As you play, you’ll run into some familiar characters and locations from Wonderland, but at the same time it’s not the same reactions, outcomes and order of the original Alice story. It may be a little darker too, and of course is filled with word play. The best part is that as you read, you get to decide Alice’s choices as she travels across this Weirdworld that is connected to Trollworld in the same way that Wonderland is connected to our Earth.
Alice in Weirdworld is available as a 68-page / 210-section PDF from DriveThruRPG. Visit the Deluxe Tunnels & Trolls and Flying Buffalo websites to learn more about T&T and its many other solitaire adventures.