this is pretty cool... what's all this alice stuff, though? am I missing something?lol... very cool picture
Oh, and the game was published by EA (Electronic Arts).
There are two books: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass.In the first, Alice, a 7 and 1/2 year old, falls down a rabbit hole.This takes her through many unusual situations; a living deck of cards; a game of Croquet with a Flamingo and Porcupine; talking animals; shrinking and growing; and a 'mad' group of three.In the second, Alice goes through a mirror[looking glass] and enters Wonderland.Here, she plays a game of living chess as a pawn, and ended up being a queen.She faced talking flowers, a small trolley seat, somehow holding nearly infinite animals/men, and a knight(chess knight) that fell(off his horse) literally every minute.There are many 'Alice imitations', which are sequels to the originals.American Mcgee's Alice is one of them, as a video game.Alice's parents died in a house-fire, but Alice became guilty because she couldn't save them.She attempts suicide, and gets locked up in an insane asylum.Once released, she is still psychotic, and is sent to Wonderland by the rabbit(the rabbit brought her to Wonderland in the first book).The Red Queen (from that deck of cards, except warped by Alice's insanity) has taken over Wonderland.Alice must kill the queen, and save Wonderland.The queen is an incarnation of Alice's insanity, so this also saves Alice.The original two books were written by Lewis Carrol, and the video game designed by American Mcgee.
Well, yeah, I know all about Alice in Wonderland (I used to work at a cafe called Through the Looking Glass) but that comment I wrote (6 years ago) was about how people seem obsessed with Alice in Wonderland but I didn't (and still don't) understand why.
I like the contrast between the two,everything is very nicely done
Awesome! I just love the contrast between them!!!