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

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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 5 / 5 stars

Very cool!

I love American McGee's Alice!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

could use some work

whats that song called in the begining?


Rated 1 / 5 stars

this is soooooooo wrong

do you have any idea how hard it was to kill those stupidthings?!?!?!? when i watched this i expected action and fights not stupid one shot kills!!!!!!!


Rated 2 / 5 stars

It is just a scene from the game redrawn.

I appreciate your adoration in Wonderland, or at least American McGee's version, but it is but a scene from the game. The battle was too short, and to be honest the joke on their size is lame. . . . You could have added your own words. Also, I didn't like how the entire film focused on a character's face. The camera could have slowly scrolled over the scenery during the conversation. When the Hatter started speaking about the mental hospital for example, you could have drawn the asylum and some badly memorable times that Alice spent there. Never the less, I hope you keep making flashes based on Wonderland. As much love as there is for it, there aren't a lot of neither games nor animations for it.

Also, I know that this shouldn't be one of those things to mention in the comment section of a flash but . . . thank you for mentioning that it is at Wal-mart. I want the game badly but GameStop didn't have it, told me that it is out of production, and said the only place I could buy it probably was online. I browsed websites like Ebay and Amazon and was horrified to find that only a few copies are being sold of 100+ dollars. I about died.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

If someone made a flash game of this...

I'd be on it in an instant. I especially want to see the Cheshire Cat get more limelight than just as "helper"...