A game with an all new story that takes place after Lewis Carroll's stories. Alice must return to Wonderland and defeat the Queen of Hearts once and for all.


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Cast overview:
Susie Brann ...
Alice Liddell (voice)
Caterpillar (voice)
Andrew Chaikin ...
Anni Long ...


Alice is brought back into Wonderland, now a twisted and deadly version of itself, due to the horrible rule of the Queen of Hearts and additionally, Alice's own insanity. Now Alice must kill the Queen in order to save Wonderland and herself from the corruption.

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A strangely familiar, yet utterly wicked tale.


Action | Fantasy | Horror


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6 October 2000 (USA)  »

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American McGee's Alice  »

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Did You Know?


The main character's name, Alice Lidell, shares the name with the real Alice from which the original novel is based on and shares some physical similarities. Obviously, the treatment given to the character in the game is entirely fictional. See more »


The official 2-minute trailer for American McGee's Alice opens with a dialogue which apparently takes place between Alice and her physician at the Rutledge Asylum. Although Alice's story is known to take place in England, both Alice and the male voice in the trailer speak with American accents. The in-game Alice does indeed speak with a British accent. See more »


Cheshire Cat: I've never trusted toadstools, but I suppose some must have their good points.
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Village of the Doomed
Composed by Chris Vrenna and Jessicka
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If Lewis Carroll had seen this...
16 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoyed Alice: a true innovative game design. The game design and level design are excellent and the graphics are perfect. This game is really enjoyable, the only major flaw is that there aren't many puzzles. Your job is to go straight and straight until you reach the next level. The conversations aren't monotonous and many voices along the game fits very well the characters. The game is rather dark and scary, and the intro movie is really thrilling. The Quake III: Arena engine runs very well with beautiful game stages. I really liked the game. Now, what would be if Lewis Carroll had seen Alice with a knife full of blood...

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