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SPIEGEL EI (シュピーゲルアイ) is a psychological adventure game by Tao and translated by Yamikaze.

You play as a young girl named Ei Eulenspiegel who is taken into an orphanage. She comes across a large mirror that allows her to explore between two worlds: The real world which is inside an old mansion, and the mysterious mirror world that lies beyond. As she travels back and forth between dreams and reality, her psyche gradually becomes distorted. Will she find herself or will she lose herself?


  • Title: SPIEGEL EI.
  • Author: Tao (website).
  • Genre: Psychological Adventure.
  • Playtime: Approximately 3.5 to 4 hours long.
  • Endings: 5 endings.
  • Tool: WOLF RPG Editor.
  • Content Warning: Although this is not a horror game, it does contain some scenes which may cause anxiety. Please refrain from playing if you are sensitive to these themes. These include suicide and death, themes of mental illness and abuse, and ableist language.
  • Usage Notes: Videos are allowed, however monetization is not allowed.


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Sorry but... this game is really confusing. After I put the red rose into the painting and got the key I had no idea what to do. And Spiegel Ei translated into german spells "fried egg", I don't know if that's intentional or not, just thought I'd put that out there. I'd like to continue this game but I don't know what to do afterwards.
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Sorry but... this game is really confusing. After I put the red rose into the painting and got the key I had no idea what to do. And Spiegel Ei translated into german spells "fried egg", I don't know if that's intentional or not, just thought I'd put that out there. I'd like to continue this game but I don't know what to do afterwards.

Hello, hello, overfence.

Thank you for playing SPIEGEL EI, I'm sure the dev would be very happy to see his game played by non-Japanese people.
Ok, back to the main topic. Once you get the key, go back to the real world and head to Ei's room, and open the door with the key you just get. Also, try to open the other door inside Ei's room, the room number is located in the same area where you got the key.

I think you shouldn't translate German's name into English (It'll sound funny). Spiegel Ei is the name of the protagonist of the game (Ei Eulenspiegel) which is also the interpretation of her mental state, which I will not reveal it here as it is a spoiler. I will leave to how players interpret the story in the game.
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