It also doesn't have a world download, which is criminal. Instead, it has a rather well-put-together video.
Fairytales contain some of the most delightful make-believe in literature, even with all their creepiness and weirdness. These stories of bargains and trials, distilled by the oral tradition, pack some of the most potent storytelling in any genre, for any audience. So why can't anybody manage to make a halfway decent…
It's rather suspicious how two games I decided to write about today wound up new entries on this morning's iPad charts. Perhaps I should have Constable Cheshire Jr. and the Mad Hatter look into the matter once they're done unraveling the mystery of Mirrors of Albion.
A strangely Tweeting member of the family Leporidae teases big news about Alice: Madness Returns, the newly-named action-adventure return of American McGee's Alice, due out next year from Spicy Horse.
Tim Burton once again treads on sacred fantasy ground in Alice in Wonderland, a twisted take on Lewis Carroll's classic novels. How far down the rabbit hole does Burton go?
Put Johnny Depp in a silly hat, slather some makeup on him, add a couple of deformed tiny people, and you've got another one of my childhood memories ruined forever, and some hideous box art to boot.
As seen in the video game adaptation of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Click to make it grow larger.