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Well this is it folks, the end of Alice is Dead. I'd strongly advise you to avoid reading reviews until after you've played unless you want to risk seeing spoilers.
Huge thanks to Tom and Newgrounds for once again sponsoring this. And more importantly, thanks to Newgrounds for making such a large collaboration of talented people possible.
And thank you to all of the fans. You guys seriously rock and motivate us more than you know.
I had Higher expectations.
After playing games 1 and 2 with all that mystery only to get that ending is just a little disappointing. You know you went all in depth with the whole
!::! SPOILER ALERT !::! Oystercloud thing and the daddy and the experiments and the raining fish plus those phone numbers and all that just for Rabbit to be shot dead and Mary Ann to kill Mr. Queen in his car. I thought it should have gone into shooting the Oystercloud and hunting the Queen in that parking lot. You know a real challenge. The game was really good but I expected much more from you. !:: SPOILER END ::!
My Real review has to be 9/10 because of the lack of story that we all wanted and the little challenge we required.
Was the title menu inspired by the game called " The Club "?
please make an oystercloud mini series PLEASE!!!! PLEASE!!!! PLEASE!!!!
Simply amazing. From the art to the story to the humor to the music. This trilogy is definitely one of my favorites on newgrounds. Love your twist on Alice in Wonderland.
I only got stuck on one part (I didn't notice the tv in the other room and was trying to play the tapes in the hideout). I love the song that is played in the club. What a beautiful voice.
How I wish there was more but the ending is very fitting, albeit confusing.
Fantastic work, I applaud you and look forward to future works.
I must say this game is quite a masterpiece in it's own right. I played the first game the very same day it came out, as well as playing through the second and it seems I've stumbled upon the third on the same day as well. It is a phenomenal adventure to play through with glorious voice acting and playability. And the complexity of the main characters greatly added to the overall ambiance the game itself portrayed. The quality of this game is unequivocally unparalleled to other games of this type and for that I must applaud you. My only qualm was that is was quite short and the ending seemed to leave more questions than answers. The story itself is also fairly vague and ambiguous, although I presume you leave it this way as for development of more plots and/or subplots, or this may be the avid fan in me hoping this is a true statement. I enjoy the darkness of it all, taking something as simple as a child's story and turning it into this, although some aspects concerning Lewis Caroll are best left to the imagination. Your series also reminded me of Frank Beddor's, "The Looking Glass Wars" series, not in ideas, but in taking a different perspective to well-known story. Overall I must say this game exceeds expectations greatly although a tad short with an ending that seemed to raise more questions than answers. I greatly anticipate your next piece of work, for this is not only flash, it is art as well.
A game about people and their reflections
Pure minimalist puzzle game about solving spatial issues
Short visual novel about a mysterious girl hiding a dark secret
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