Reflections in the Looking Glass is a 2-player abstract card game by J. Ryan Opp set in Lewis Carol's Wonderland (from the books, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass), with amazing artwork by Wilfred Dajotoy. It is coming to Kickstarter soon!
You can play the web app against the computer right here!
(even on your phone or mobile device.)
You can grab a friend and play 2-player on Screentop.gg!
(not on your phone or mobile device.)
Watch an instruction and playthrough video here!
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Below are actual photos of the prototype, which should not differ too much from the final product.
These are all the character cards. Wil did a fantastic job with these unique interpretations of these famous characters. There are four copies of each in the game. A few other cards bring the card total up to 47, so it is a small game that can fit in your pocket or purse. It also won't break the bank at likely between $10 and $15.
These are the setup cards, offering variability for each round of the game.
This is a typical setup. Like Mahjong or 7 Wonders Duel, only cards that are completely uncovered can be drafted. The real unique twist is that your opponent automatically gets the card in the opposite spot of the board (the "reflection"). Sometimes that throws off their plans.
With a fairly small table presence, and rounds that take less than 10 minutes, this has been a favorite of mine to pull out on a date at a restaurant while we wait for our food.
This might be what a score pile looks like. This player is going hard for a negative score (which is good). However, if they accidentally get a card too many, that will make their score closer to zero (which is bad).
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