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Through the Looking Glass (1984)
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Alice has slipped behind the looking glass onto a chessboard. The object of the game is to help Alice capture all of the chess pieces while avoiding her capture. The game is over when all of the opponents have been taken.

Alice can play with the abilities of any one of the six chess pieces. In the beginning of the game, six representatives step forward; a click on one determines Alice's skills. To make a move, click on a square. If it is a legal chess move, Alice will advance there. Clicking a few squares ahead is useful for hit-and-run attacks.

The score is decreased when Alice is captured and increased according to the strength of each piece taken. A perfect score of 999 is possible--Alice must never be captured and all pawns must become queens. Hit any key or the mouse button when ready to play. Hold the mouse button down over the score to get a menu.

Thanks to Marge, Andy, Bill, Bruce, Burrell, Larry, Patti, Steve, Jello and L.Carroll.

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Credits

Publisher: Apple Computer, Inc.

Developer: Steve Capps

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Where to get
Releases
Through the Looking Glass (1984)
Platforms: Macintosh (680x0)
Media: 1x 3.5" Single-Sided Floppy (400K)
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