Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror Brings Another Dark & Twisted Reality


Enter into a whole new Dollhouse with the recent announcement we have here for Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror

A new bone-chilling experience is on the way to us all with the recent announcement for Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror. An announcement for a title that will take us back before the events of another title and show us more of the darkness out there in this world. One that will have us question our world and reality. It will also most likely trip those who have true pediophobia with much of the imagery and the like of it being titled Dollhouse too. You can see where all of that is going. If the mind's eye is not that great for that, we do have something to dig into for this new horror announcement we have on the way to us all.

In Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror, we are going to enter into the broken mind of Eliza de Moor who used to be a talented singer but has now become a prisoner in the forgotten memories of yore. To try to recover and regain some semblance of life, Eliza will set out into some new experimental medicine and try to navigate all the weirdness of it all. Weirdness that will have us fending against hordes of dolls, solving puzzles, and trying not to get too disturbed by what this Dollhouse has to offer up. Have a look at the slight teaser we have for the game and see if it is going to be something that will give you all of the same nightmares Eliza is about to have.

Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror — Announcement

SOEDESCO, along with developers Grindstone and Indigo Studio, is about to unleash a new bone-chilling experience with Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror. Serving as a prequel to the original 2019 title, this installment presents a fresh narrative set in a horrifying cinematic environment. Get ready for a hellish journey through two different realms!

Enter the broken mind of Eliza de Moor, a once-celebrated singer, now trapped in the labyrinth of her own forgotten memories. The only hope for recovering her memories lies with Doctor Stern and his experimental medicine. As Eliza, you’ll navigate the reality and the world behind the broken mirror, guided by the effects of the drug.

Will you be able to piece together the mystery of your past, or will you get lost in this dark and twisted reality?


  • Explore a dark and twisted reality as you recover Eliza’s memories
  • Follow a thrilling narrative with captivating details sprinkled in each area
  • Fight off or evade hordes of horrific dolls watching your every move
  • Solve exciting puzzles, bringing you one step closer to uncovering the mystery
  • Experience a chilling atmosphere with haunting music and stunning vintage noir visuals

If it was not stated that this is a prequel to another game, I would have seen Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror as its own thing. I also kind of feel like it should be its own thing in general, but that is just me. It does give off those creepy vibes that are all the rage out there and I know a few who will not even be able to watch this teaser. As long as the developers take their time and work out all of the gameplay mechanics, Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror should have a nice little win lined up. Time will only tell and we will have to wait and keep all of those hopes high. All so we can sneak this game on those who do have a fear of dolls and puppets out there…

Are you ready to dive back into the world that Dollhouse has already or did you not know this was going to be a prequel out there? Will this be more than the normal jump scares while using the mindscape as a reason to get some of the extra weird stuff out there? How do you suspect we are going to be fighting off all of these hordes of dolls or will it be more running for our lives? Take to the comments to discuss all of this and everything else we have to share with the world out there. We will have more for Dollhouse: Behind The Broken Mirror, so please keep on checking back for all of that and everything else we have to offer up along the way. There is more to share for all of this and we are going to keep tormenting those who find it too freaky.