Prepare to journey down the rabbit hole and into a land beyond your wildest imaginings. In Alice in Wonderland, the world of the dazzling Tim Burton film bursts onto your screen, filled with all the whimsical, fantastical adventure of the movie and the classic book that inspired it.
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Mixed (37 reviews) - 67% of the 37 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 2, 2010

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About This Game

"You're Invited to a Tea Party...
Explore the brightly colored and vividly imagined world of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland in this intriguing game based on the feature film. Guide Alice through a myriad of adventures in the strange and compelling realm of Wonderland as she makes her way toward the ultimate battle against the Jabberwocky. Play as any of a variety of classic characters, including the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit and the Cheshire Cat, and master an assortment of intriguing new abilities, like altering perception, making objects invisible and even manipulating time. Conquer challenging puzzles, roam through whimsical settings and confront perplexing optical illusions as you while away a day traveling beyond the movie and into a world of pure, captivating fantasy."

System Requirements

    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP (with Service Pack 3) / Windows Vista (with Service Pack 2)
    • Processor: Intel Pentium IV at 2.0 Ghz or Equivalent AMD
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 MB VRAM – DirectX 9.0 Compatible Card with support for Pixel Shader 2.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 7 GB available space
    • Sound Card: 16-Bit DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • Additional Notes: Onboard (built-in) integrated chipsets are not supported
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0.7 hrs
Posted: September 25
Not bad for a 2010 year made game.
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6.3 hrs
Posted: August 26
Amazing game, if you like Alice in Wonderland movie you will like this. Some of the stuff get's a bit repetitive but in the end it's a good game. Can definitely recommend.
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13.6 hrs
Posted: December 31, 2015
Love this game!
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3.1 hrs
Posted: December 22, 2015
Well, this was exactly my jam. Time-control powers, interesting use of an MC Escher-esqe "perspective' mechanic to solve puzzles, lots of collectables...

I was very much enjoying this!

And then I hit a bug. There's a bit where Alice eats a bit too large a slice of cake and grows huge. You have to get some Drink Me to restore her to normal size. Unfortunately, she drinks too much of it and ends up too small to open the door out of the area.

This is a bug. Video of the Wii version shows her at normal size, and the Steam forums confirm that this is a glitch solvable only with a save file from the internet. All the links to the save file are broken. I cannot complete this game.

Maybe go buy the Wii version instead. Not a great investment unless you're very lucky.
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11.1 hrs
Posted: December 19, 2015
The game is fun, but is it worth 20$ if you will run into alot of problems?
I am currently stuck at the Cabin with no way out and when I researched a bit, they say it's a problem with the game files?. Which sucks because at first this game was a 10/10!
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 7
I really want to love this game. But without a controller for my computer this game is unplayable. This game is horribly ported and the support for playing with a keyboard is a downright joke. As a die hard Alice-fan I'm dissapointed to not be able to try this out properly. Ugh!
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29 of 33 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2014
I've really only just started the game, but considering the absence of reviews and the minimal discussion in the community forums (at this time), I thought some comments would be helpful.

This game is not going to be as dark as Alice: Madness Returns of course. It is somewhere between a third person action/puzzle game and a more console-oriented 3D platformer. You start the game switching between the rabbit and the dormouse who have different fighting and special abilities, with Alice following you around.

I had to run the game in compatibility mode for Vista or it wouldn't launch in Win7, and I'm still getting glitchy sound and finicky controls with the gamepad in the menus. However, there aren't many games that are at least loosely connected to Tim Burton's work, so for what it is, buy it on sale and see what you think. In this era of discounted games, it's probably worth $5 if you especially like Wonderland and Tim Burton, and maybe another $5 if you tend to finish console-style 3D platformers.
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18 of 20 people (90%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
26.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 14, 2015
I absolutely love the backwards correctly insane insanity of the wonderlands wobbly wonders.

American McGee´s alice and madness returns are quite good if not excellent interpretations of the wonderland in all it´s weird and strange glory.

This Disney version is quite good aswell. The movie had Tim Burton and Jonny Depp which i am a fan of. The game retains alot of that feeling, which is good.
But this games strong point is beyond any doubt the local coop.

A wholesome strangely strange excpirience that can be shared. Refreshing and envigorating.

Technically the game is a bit quirky, with low framerates in cutscenes and odd audio sparkling at times. But generally the game worked just fine for me, and i really enjoyed playing it in local coop.
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17 of 22 people (77%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
14.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2015
After playing it for quite a while, I've hit a point in the game when there's an in-game bug that prevents you from moving forward. So don't play it! Only solution to the bug is downloading a savefile from the internet and picking up from there (so much for your in-game achievements, upgrades, money, treasure hunting...).

The game itself is just ok, and very easy, with tons of other minor bugs (especially framerate on cutscenes being abysmal, which is solved by quickly alt-tabbing out the game and back in).

If you're looking for a good Alice game, go for Alice: Madness Returns.
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27 of 41 people (66%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
21.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 13, 2015
Quite a curious thing this Alice of a game, muchier than the Movie which lacked muchness as such. Put on your best Futterwacken shoes for this Frabjous day as we celebrate one being better than the other, by one, its this one and not the other. Zounding for one to be far yadder than the other, like being small or too tall. We must hold up the movie to a mirror, going through the looking glass to arrive at this game, which was described in Alicespeak but now normalspeak.

This game from start to finish is a work of art in even the smallest of details. Alice is not the playable character, players take on the roles of the characters of the movie, hot swapping back and forth. These characters convey oddly more emotion than the movie with expressions, and camera shots one upping the great Tim Burton. The character animations surpass the acting in the movie done with such detail in every expression that they convey. There are TONS of extra recorded dialog and animations when just walking around, Alice may sit on a bench, point at things of interest. This extra attention to detail is what shows this game stands out. Many devs do the least to make a game, in this case they did more than they had to. This is what being a game dev is about, not making the cheapest game on budget, but the best possible game within that budget. These devs had impossible ideas, where they made the impossible, possible!

The musical score is incredible in the BIG budget way Disney can do but hasnt in nearly any of their games. Incredible Voice Acting, most of the cast from the movie return to voice their characters in game. The controls with controller are intuitive to the point of being a pick up and play game so everyone can enjoy it and share it locally via co-op with someone else. Not a hard game, with puzzles that make sense, no need to google, just apply common sense.

The graphics are not great, their good, but they all work well making the world feel alive. The Devs flex their skills to pay the bills with more breakable objects in this game than GTA V. Killing enemies is fun, slashing grass is fun! The sound effects make even slashing grass a fun thing to do and highly addictive though it serves no purpose really in the game. Attacking the Queens Card Soldiers results in parts of their armor being knocked off, they can be one shot after upgrading skills, but knocking off their armor is very satisfying.

There are no steam achievements which is odd because the game does have achievements. Completing achievements which isnt hard, unlocks concept art. This concept art with its detail is on the amazing level of Fallout. If only we could get a physical artbook it looks so good and we only get a bit of it in game. Sadly this studio is closed, because only the good die young. Lets hope like a virus this French studio infects the rest of the gaming industry with their talent to make all our games more enjoyable for all of us.

Rating: 10/10 Value: $14.99

Put on your Bee-ar goggles its time to go in depth on this ish. Celebrate because in 2015, the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland, this is the time to play an Alice game, this one, McGees or both?

Only 2 games ever made, came off better than their movie counterparts, this game and Wanted: Weapons of Fate. Wanted fits right in with Alice, you may be asking yoruself how that is? The studio who made Wanted is called Grin with pretty much the logo of the classic expression of our favorite Cheshire Cat.

You may be wondering why arent we playing Alice, why are we the side characters as if were just tagging along for the ride? Alice in Wonderland was written in a Fantasy Genre created that merely followed the character as they wandered around, this type of storytelling was very popular in its day. Another example is the author Charles Kingsleigh the father of Alice in the movie but not the book, who wrote Water Babies two years prior to Alice using the same storytelling style where we as readers go along for the ride on a fantastic journey. The game trailer follows this storytelling style saying in BIG words "Follow Alice".

Tim Burton broke this golden rule, by making the movie through the eyes of Alice not about Alice. A modern example of this storytelling style following the character around in a fantasy world is Mad Max. Mad Max written by George Miller is not really about Max, its the audience following the character Max as things happen around the character just like Alice in Wonderland. Meaning Max like Alice in wonderland is Max in Post-Apocalyptic Land. Hows that for dank?!?!

How is the game better than the movie?
The game takes HUGE liberties with the storytelling making it flow better than the movie. Key moments in the story such as when Alice grows large meeting the Red Queen. In the movie Alice sneaks into the garden with the Red Queen, she asks the rabbit for cake to be taller to save the Hatter. She then scarfs it down for no reason in the movie, also no explanation as to why being taller would help save the Hatter. In the game Alice is in the garden and needs to be bigger to get into a bigger door so she eats the cake from the rabbit but loving cake so much she eats too much becoming a giant.

In the movie Alice needs the Vorpal Sword guarded by the Bandersnatch who is missing an eye but the creature seems unhurt by this. Alice then steals the eye from the mouse to get the sword not caring about the bandersnatch at all. In the game its SHOWN that she sees the Bandersnatch in pain because its missing an eye. Alice demands the eye to help the bandersnatch and get the vorpal sword, everyone wins, we can have both!

In the movie Alice is almost forced to fight the Jabberwocky. In the game due to the battles the player goes through, Alice actually starts side commenting she feels more confident, then later invincible, growing beyond her control like a Marine in Full Metal Jacket. By the end in the game when it is time to fight the Jabberwocky, the player is salty, Alice is ready to eat her own guts and ask for seconds.

In the end of the movie Alice wants to go home so is given a potion from the white queen. Keep in mind Alice in the movie is a hero who just slayed a HUGE monster the Jabberwocky. Now she wants to go back to a world where she is being forced to marry some guy and possibly be alone forever like her aunt??? This movie ending makes no sense. This crappy cop-out like Dorothy in the Wizard Oz clicking her heels, because she wants to return to her inbred family on a dirt farm plagued by tornadoes is beyond belief. In the game Alice is tricked into drinking the potion by the White Queen because she wasnt leaving which makes actual sense! There is a great concept art that is unlocked showing all the characters waving, its real nice to see after that ending.

Does any of that crap that happens in the movie happen in the books?
Checked out the whole series and the answer is NO!

This game is better than the movie when held up to a mirror. How far does this mirror analogy go of right and wrong, what sources do you have?
Long review short, this mirror mess may go all the way to the top of the US government.

Exhibit A Newsweek May 7th 1979:
"Jimmy Carter Changed the part in his Hair from right side to left, the Washington Press Corps demanded an explanation"
Jimmy Carter while President after his malaise speech changed the part in his hair changing the tone of the entire debate, noone ever knew or knows what changed the publics perception, but it is the side of his head where he parted his hair that changed everything and the world???!!!
Exhibit B Superman:
Clark Kent the bumbling reporter parts his hair on the right, but the Man of Steel parts his hair on the left, hmmm:
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 26, 2015
what can i say


this game is brilliant ..the story is clear and keeps you guessing thro the whole game
it feels very anime .. and steam punk but yet close too the cartoon roots and storyline
i first played this on the x 360 and completed it
this version if you have nvidia graphics card is unreal in the quality and graphics

if you have not played an alternative story game before this is a very good start ..

if you have any thought about getting this game you tube gameply and i think you will like it

but expect too be playing it for a long time too lol
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 24
Short version:

For those who may care version:
I rarely write serious reviews. But this one honestly deserves one.
I know its not alice madness returns, I know its not the best cutscene-graphic you ever saw, and I sure as hell(o) know that it does contain some very gamebreaking bugs.

Bought it on sale for 3 euros. Originally 20.
But damn. 3 euros for 9 hours of magic. 3 euros for a game that seems like a cheap-♥♥♥ kids game but is in all fairness extremely hard (at parts) and punishing on the level of dark souls. With the lovely alice-story and all the lovely friends. AND HATTER WITH JOHNNY DEPP VOICE I SWEAR TO GOD IM FAINTING. Ok it's Jared Butler but it sounds so good.

The bugs I encountered however broke my game so I actually had to go get my save-file and restore. First of all I destroyed the wall in the hare's house BEFORE alice went all big girls are beautiful and I couldn't interract with anything. Second the god damn door smacked down in my face and I couldn't go in or out with alice's face on the outside derpin' at me cause apparantley she doesn't open doors to save my savefile.

But thats okay. A highly suprising game, definetly worth its price and surpasses by far. How this game has "mixed" on reviews on steam I do not know. If you have 3 euros and feel like doing something fun, get this one. 4/20++
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
13.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 22, 2015
I enjoyed playing this game.

You take rolls of Alice's friends in Wonderland helping her to take down the Red Queen. Every character has his own special abilities to helps the cause.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
An easy, but beautiful game, based on Walt Disneys Movie-Interpretation of Alice in Wonderland. Graphics and voice actors are quite good, too.
Instead of playing with Alice herself, you have to switch between her friends, using their different skills to protect her from the Red Queens guards and solve a great variety of puzzles. Unlike other people in this review section I didn't encounter any major bugs or lags, so either I'm lucky or they fixed these problems by now. The only point of criticism lies in the controls: Don't try to play this game with mouse+keyboard, unless you feel like adding that kind of annoying extra difficulty and frustration.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 1
Finished the game and loved it! I played it with my xbox one controller and i had no problems, no bug glitchs, no shutdowns, etc. If you really like fairy tale games this is the game for you, i havent fully completed it there are chess pieces for you to collect and acheivements in-game you work on, this is a game for me where i can play the story all over again and wont get bored! 10/10
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