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Mar 23, 2004 | 6:32 PM EST
  • Daily 5th Place March 24, 2004

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Author Comments

This is all based on American McGee's Alice. An awesome game. I sorta took what the Cat says to do and made a little (really little) joke about it, then finished the scene like it did in the game. If the lip-sync doesn't work, I apologize. It works fine on mine. It isn't perfect to begin with. Oh, and the reason Alice is looking at that door near the end is because the Hatter is standing above it on a ledge. I took some creative liberties. Enjoy!
NOTE1: If this gives you the desire to play the game, you can find it at Wal-Mart for $10, bundled with Clive Barker's Undying.
NOTE2: Everything is taken from the game. All credit for audio goes to EA and their voice actors.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


that was a screwed up version of alice but somebody had to make her all screwy and ugly,good work


Rated 0 / 5 stars


While a classic story as well as an awesome video game adaptation, I cannot give you a score because none of it is yours! You ripped the sound from the Tweedle boss fight and the images are traced. You would think that you would at least have some stunning animation if you're already not going to have any original work in it, but the only animation I saw was moving mouths and a tweed vorpal blade...which you probably didn't draw either.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great work

This flash is great. I've neve rplayed the game before but it makes me want to go out and check it out now. Good job and keep up the good work!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well Done

You really nailed the "feel" of the game. Graphics were very well done. This shows some real potential on your part. Keep up the good work.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

A little confusing.

Nah, I did'nt like it. The title suggest a fight, but it was over too quickly.

MarcusRaven responds:

Well, in the game the Tweedles are really a mini-boss and aren't difficult anyway. My thing was mainly a small joke on the Cat saying "Use their size against them."