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Sep 10, 2010 | 3:38 AM EDT
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    Alice is Dead It appears Alice is dead, and you might be the one who killed her.


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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.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bug in game. Awesome game, love it!

The little bar that makes comments when you do an action isn't working. It's an issue because sometimes the comments give you hints, for example i try to enter the nightclub, but i can't and it makes me think that the comment would help me. Otherwise the game is awesome and i love this series.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Insightful and Beautiful

This is stick to me for a very very long time. Thanks~


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Amazing, Artwork fantastic, the voice acting was marvelous and the ending was FUCKED UP! But very very good, lol call all the numbers in the bathroom stall XD I thought the one about the bell was hillarious!

Great game, wish there was more, but eh, even the best games end someday.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is one of the coolest game series ever hope to see more like it good plots and mind puzzles.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

One of the better short flash series

Not only was this an innovative, new take on the "Wonderland" legend, but it was an intriguing and mysterious one as well, taking us along for a ride that we'll never forget. Excellent voice acting, good controls, well-done artwork...wonderful, all wonderful.

I feel so sorry for the rabbit. He "had a bridge dropped on him". Dying so suddenly like that, completely caught off guard when he should have been expecting something like that. Perhaps he saw Alice lurking nearby...or maybe he just wasn't interested in "it" just living, in just continuing his lifestyle of killing. Poor guy. -_-

Now, some people have been asking questions, so unless you don't WANT spoilers, DON'T READ ANY FURTHER.






...still with me? Alright. First thing's first.

Oystercloud: The Red Queen funded this. It's a project designed to bring things from the world above (where Alice is apparently from) to Wonderland, the world below. New technology could have been the Red Queen's for the taking had Dr. Burr's experiments (involving cats) proved successful. In a way, they did...but not before Burr's own daughter, whom the rabbit had made friends with, found one of the test subjects and got turned into that FREAKISH thing that continues to try and contact you, first in the second game, and again in this game.

That's right. Dr. Burr's little girl was turned into that freaky Cheshire Cat. Poor thing. -_-

Having no more use for Burr, I imagine that the Red Queen ordered the Hatter to kill him, since Dr. Burr died so horribly and violently. And she also wanted Alice and the Rabbit, who were friends and comrades, to kill each other off...get rid of all the people who knew about "Oystercloud". The Rabbit, most likely having been drugged by something they slipped into his food and drink, took on Alice and lost his memories. He assumed Alice had died.

But she hadn't. She had actually been wearing a fake wig and dress, and had lived. She put the clothes and wig she'd been wearing on a corpse, tossed it down to where the rabbit had fallen into, and then took off to get even with the Queen, and eventually, the rabbit.

The rabbit DID get all his memories back and went looking for the queen, killing off a henchman who had tried to contact the Red Queen to let him know what was going on, and I imagine Alice decided not to kill the rabbit, letting the queen do it for her. Perhaps she just didn't want to be the one to kill the rabbit after all. But she did kill the Red Queen at the end of this game...that IS Alice in the car.

As for Rulio, I imagine that he just happened upon one of the tapes and didn't know what it was for. That girl, the Cheshire Cat, probably "sent" it to him...she seems capable of bending through reality thanks to the merging she had with the test subject.

I think I've explained all of the mysteries that people are confused about in this installment. I'm just sad it ended so quickly, to be truthful. It was an excellent play, it just...ended too soon.

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