This is quite an interesting spin off of Alice in Wonderland. It's a far cry from the Disney version. This game has a twisted and eerie feel to it. I find the game disturbing. Just to give you an example the Cheshire cat has weird markings and an earring.

Your goal as Alice is to undo this chaos and to get rid of the Queen on hearts once and for all. You follow the rabbit, listen to the Cheshire cat\'s advice. Kill card guards and other baddies. Along the way you will encounter some puzzles so it\'s more than click and kill. From a Christian perspective, I am not too fond of he game. There is violence and gore. (What do you expect weilding a butcher\'s knife?) This game is a little too weird for my tastes and there is some swearing. (Da*nit) There\'s a jack in the box that pops out demons. The game is easy to install. The graphics are great. It uses the Quake 3 engine so I am not too surprised. There is no multiplayer. The music adds to the eerie feel of the game. One thing that disappointed me is the sound support. The game supports EAX and A3D but my laptop\'s cheap ESS card was scratchy. But on my SB live at home, the sound was great.

Final Ratings

Appropriate 3/5 Interface 4/5 Game Play 4/5 Music/Sound 3/5 Graphics 5/5 Stability 5/5

Overall 80%

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