About the Product
- Enter the vividly imagined world of Wonderland, based on the Tim Burton movie and inspired by the classic book by Lewis Carroll
- Step into the shoes of classic characters like the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit and the Cheshire Cat
- Assist Alice in her journey through Wonderland as she makes her way toward the final battle against the Jabberwocky
- Master abilities like altering perception, making objects invisible and manipulating time
- Roam through an intriguing world filled with whimsical settings, optical illusions, challenging puzzles and formidable adversaries
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
When nintendo releases games on DS as well as the Wii, i tend to go to the Wii version simply because I find that the DS versions of a game are a watered down version of the Wii game. Thankfully, Disney had taken another approach and made this game completely different from the Wii version in terms of graphics, which is why i chose to buy this one instead of the Wii version. (I have not played the Wii version so I'm not authorized to comment on what the Wii version looks like or the actual gameplay, but judging from the case it looks like it uses the movie graphics.) The graphics you see on the case, is exactly what you see in the game! A sort of cartoon, comic book disarray makes this game quite a spectacle to see! I LOVE the graphics and sounds. THe black and white images in a surreal world with colors thrown in to complement characters and their abilities! You switch between characters according to colors! Isn't that genious???
I just bought this game earlier today, and i had to take a break from playing about three hours straight! Then i jumped straight on here and decided to write a decent review for this GREAT game, urging you to definitely check it out!
The game uses the stylus to move and fight, and the buttons to control powers. In terms of comfort, i havent had any problems yet with controls, so that shouldn't be a problem. You even get to use the microphone and camera a few times.
Bottom line: i LOVE this game.Read more ›
The characters are, as expected, whimsical and extremely appealing. The sounds Alice makes bring a grin to my face every time she gets pouty about being left behind for a moment. Overall dialogue and sound are great, in keeping with the high appeal factor from the graphics.
You start out as the White Rabbit accompanying Alice in her quest to save Underland. Additional characters (Caterpillar, Cheshire Cat and Mad Hatter) join your merry band along the way. Each has a particularly beneficial move which is described during gameplay and signaled for during the gameplay by icon and or color clues. Changing from one character to another is quick & simple and doesn't interrupt game flow. Each of Alice's helpers also has an advanced power that is described once, but then, as far as I can tell, you are on your own about when/how to employ it. I agree with one of the other reviewers that having onscreen tips/info or the included manual review the advanced moves would be helpful.
Another reviewer expressed a concern about gameplay requiring both stylus and button-pressing from the same hand. That's not required. I'm right-handed and use the L shoulder button (pressed with my left hand) in combination with the stylus in my right hand when that's required. Lefties could use the R shoulder button in combination with the stylus in the left hand. Actually, you don't have to restrict yourself to the R & L buttons.Read more ›
The cons: The game is too short. I had it beaten within two days of occasional play. It's also extremely linear and the puzzles are not much to speak of. It also gets a bit repetitive after the first ten times you fight a bunch of card knights.
Overall, I'd say the game is worth renting and playing through, but not really worth buying.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter is extremely happy with this game. It's exactly what she had expected and hoped for. A happy child makes a happy mom!Published 4 months ago by Prettymomma4xmom
I am 30 and I enjoy this game quite a bit! I didn't see much on it and bought it on a whim, and I am glad I did! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alyssa H.
Love the game. I play in 3DS and works fine and there is an Alice poster inside :)Published 6 months ago by Danzilla9206
Got this game as a gift for Christmas I haven't heard any complaints so I guess it's a great game!Published 6 months ago by Shannon Snead
It's an interesting game. I don't like how the screen use meaning by how it is split up. You mostly use the touch screen part and more similar to a puzzle game app then a full in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rachelle