Alice's Tea Cup Madness
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Alice's Tea Cup Madness 

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Don't be late for tea time in Alice's Tea Cup Madness Deluxe, a whimsically fun adventure based on the classic children's book. Help Alice make her way through the Field of Flowers and back home by making enough money. Sit with the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Chesire Cat and more in over 60 fun levels.

  • Visit the land of wonder in this Time Management escapade.
  • Serve tea and pastries to the odd inhabitants.
  • Buy teahouse and food upgrades to keep them happy.
  • Play mini-games and dive into the unbelievable fun.
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Reviews of Alice's Tea Cup Madness
 | Added on: January 26, 2016
 
It is rather simple...Yes, I love it...played many times...no stress involved..relaxing
 | Added on: March 8, 2010
 
Aside from needing to replay a few levels multiple times in order to finish with all levels at Expert, this game wasn't particularly entertaining, though it was pretty. Completing all levels was a bit anticlimatic as well. Overall, while I like this type of game, Alice's Teacup Madness isn't one I would play again.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
I found this game to be extremely repetitive. I played about 20 levels into it and I was getting expert on every single one without any difficulty. The characters are pretty patient compared to other games, and I quickly caught on that if I make the first one that comes in wait until others come in, I can seat them all at once to keep their orders together for a higher bonus. It's kind of like Diner Dash and Cake Mania, however I think my friend's 3-year-old could easily master this game.
 | Added on: September 10, 2010
 
This game is definitely for kids. There is absolutely nothing adult about it, but I still liked it. It was very cute and bubbly. I will probably buy it at some point just because it is very cute and the scenes are very pretty. I am still a kid at heart, so I appreciate games like these sometimes.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
I liked the graphics of this game. They were simple but still captured the feeling of the movie/story. The game itself was pretty good. It's a pretty standard time-management game and there are a lot of items being added or upgraded automatically as you progress through the boards. However, on the down side I was disappointed in the shop where you purchase additional items and upgrades. There were not a lot of extra options, some of the features that would normally increase customer patience (like new countertops or flooring) didn't seem to have any noticeable effect and my biggest pet-peeve with these types of games, everything you earn during one level resets when you get to the next chapter of the game.
 | Added on: March 5, 2010
 
Too many clicks, too slow moving, boring! This is not a fun game, graphics are pretty good but it took too many clicks to get what I wanted done and it was too slow.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
I am a HUGE Diner Dash fan, I have played and beat all the games. This is VERY similar and pretty fun. I find myself wanting to continue to play and I keep telling myself "Just one more level"...definatley worth a try!
 | Added on: January 23, 2012
 
I'm 36 in April and I have to say that I loved this game. Yes, it is geared for kids with the graphics but Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorite movies of all time and I had so much fun with this game. I liked the fact that it wasn't a 'dark' one like a lot of TM's and HOG are now. I can only hope they do something like this for another classic tale. =)
 | Added on: June 17, 2010
 
If you're a fan of Alice In Wonderland then you'll really enjoy the whimsical atmosphere in this game as well as the characters and game play. It wasn't one of the more difficult games in it's genre to play, but IMO the characters, music, and atmosphere more than made up for that in the game.
 | Added on: July 27, 2010
 
Cute game... I love Alice In Wonderland so I was a shoe-in for this game. The screenshots reminded me of a game I absolutely adore, Crazy Cakes (on Pogo). Unfortunately, it's exclusive online there or else I'd own it. It turns out it's a little different. This game reminds me a lot of Jessica's Cupcake Shop but with a different twist. One thing I didn't like (but am getting used to) is that it's hard to place the characters on the seating. It turns out you can't slide them in sideways, you have to lift them above and them plop them down. Kinda picky when you're frantically serving to try to remember to do it "just that way". Anyway, the game is fun, it's a cool and original theme. The gameplay is a little less unique but one thing that I have not seen elsewhere is the ability to modify multiple things at once, both in cooking, putting final touches on, serving beverages - that makes chains a lot easier and really takes a lot of the tedium out of the game. It's a fun game, but in the half hour or so I played, I found myself entertained but not really addicted or compelled to keep playing. Still, it's cute for the Alice in Wonderland theme alone. If you really like games like Delicious series (with Emily) or Cake Mania, Jessica's Cupcake Shop or the like, you'll probably adore this game too.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
The game never got more challenging. Every new place you unlocked it started back at stage one. Each level is the same, only foods and scenery change. very disappointing.
 | Added on: March 2, 2010
 
very kid friendly game with a classic storyline very challenging , and addictive i loved this game
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
The graphics are great and I loved the multiple server, but there could have been a little bit more thought put into the candy and ice cream, having to click on the item one at a time and carry it to the customer was really a pain and slowed me down alot. I would have liked to be able to serve more than one piece of candy and one serving of ice cream at a time. Everything else was great, but the game didn't last very long, I finished it in less than 24 hours....:(
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
Similar to cake mania. Too easy, got a expert scores on all the levels the first time playing. Two bonus games on each level are a fun break. Cute graphics. This would be a great game for kids. 3 stars for adults, 5 stars for kids.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
The game is very pretty, which is why I wanted to test it. The colors are bright and the characters are adorable. But if you aren't very good at time management games (Which I'm not) The pace picks up way too early in the game. You barely get used to the routine and they are already pushing characters in the door and all seem to have the same low patients. I'm glad I I went with the free trial first, I won't be buying this. Unlike the Sally's series or the Burger shop series, this was way too difficult for me.
 | Added on: March 5, 2010
 
This is a very easy TM game. It's a fun game to play with kids, then you can read them the Alice in Wonderland book, are let them read it.
 | Added on: March 2, 2010
 
I love Time Management games, so it's no surprise that Alice's Tea Cup Madness caught my eye. It's bright, colourful, and has cute characters straight out of Alice in Wonderland. For the most part, I did enjoy it, but I don't think it's going to win any prizes for most outstanding Time Management game, and I can't see myself playing it over and over (as I do with the Delicious series). The game was fun, but if you're looking for a challenge, this isn't it. It doesn't take long to work out the routine, and there isn't really that great a difference to the progression of that routine from shop to shop. The appearance of the upgrades may change, but they all do the same thing, and the same goes for the shop layout and items. One of the mini-games between some levels was relatively tricky (catching falling food while avoiding falling cups and plates); however, the hidden object mini-games were ridiculously easy (with way too much time on the clock). In most cases, they may as well have had a giant flashing arrow pointing to the objects, they were that obvious. Great for kids, but no challenge there for adults. I don't regret buying Alice's Tea Cup Madness, as it was quite enjoyable, but if you've played the demo and found it too easy and repetitive, you'll probably think the same about the rest of the game. Once you have the instant serving tray and the music player, it really is child's play. I really would give it 3.5 stars, rather than 4, but for the cute, pleasant fun factor, I think it deserves more than 3.
 | Added on: June 3, 2010
 
i really like this game it is very original and a lot of people will luv this cus the film just came out!!!!
 | Added on: March 22, 2010
 
really did not think i would even like this one but it was great.glad i did play it one that i might play again sometime soon.great for kiddos
 | Added on: June 18, 2010
 
As far as time management games go, this one was pretty simple - until the end anyway when it required some thinking outside of the box to get a score high enough to move on to the next level. Pros: - cute, colorful graphics - you can proceed through almost all of the levels without much difficulty Cons: - you can't proceed to the next level unless you meet the scene's goal - since you're constantly doing the same thing over and over again, it does get a bit repetitious and boring after a few levels. - once you complete all the levels at one teahouse and move on, you must start over again at the beginning each time; you can't take your improvements with you from teahouse to teahouse - the cursor isn't precise enough in some cases which makes it difficult to find the exact spot you need at times
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