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Alice in Wonderland (Wii)
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Learn more about Alice in Wonderland:

Format: Wii
Mfg Part#: 10132500
Sku: 212953538
UPC: 712725017187
UPC 14: 00712725017187
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Lewis Carroll's famous story of Alice and her adventures after falling down a rabbit hole. Following a white rabbit, she meets such strange creatures as a talking doorknob, who helps her through a keyhole into Wonderland; Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who tell the story of "The Walrus and the Carpenter"; the Caterpillar; and the Mad Hatter and the March Hare, who celebrate an unbirthday at their tea party. Finally Alice has a showdown with the Queen of Hearts and her army of playing cards. The whole thing becomes such a nightmare that Alice awakens from her dream to the recitations of her sister and the purring of her cat, Dinah.

"A definite must play!  AceGamez.com
"Imaginative accompaniment to a Tim Burton's reimagining of the children's classic.  Games Master UK
"...an appealing action-adventure.  GamingXP

Features

Video Features Adventure Alongside Friends in Drop In/Drop Out Co-Op.
Video Features Experience Key Moments From the Movie as Alice discovers the secrets of Wonderland.
Video Features Form an Eclectic Team of Characters with Unique Abilities to guide and protect Alice from the dangers of Underland.
Video Features Journey Through a Land of Mystery and Illusion.
Video Features Master Powers such as perspective, telekinesis and the manipulation of time to help the characters through the dangers of Underland.
Video Features Unlock Devastating Combat Moves to battle the legions of the Red Queen's army.

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Tech Features Product Type Software
Tech Features Manufacturer Part Number 10132500
Tech Features Manufacturer Disney Interactive
Tech Features Product Name Alice in Wonderland
Tech Features Package Type Retail
Tech Features Brand Name Disney Interactive
Tech Features Platform Supported Wii
Tech Features Features
  • Animated feature had been on Walt's mind since 1933, when he considered a live-action version starring Mary Pickford. He shelved the project after Paramount made a version, but later had artist David Hall, a Hollywood artist and designer, create some concepts for an all-animated film.
  • World War II intervened, and it was not until the late 1940s that work began again in earnest.
  • One of Walt's big problems with this film was that here he was dealing with a highly regarded classic, and what was charming and appropriately bizarre in book form seemed oddly out of place on the motion picture screen. Walt's feeling, expressed in later years, was that "Alice" had no "heart."
  • Tech Features Software Name Alice in Wonderland
    Tech Features Software Sub Type Action/Adventure Game
    Tech Features Software Main Type Game
    Tech Features ESRB Rating E10+ (Everyone 10 and older)
    Tech Features Maximum Number of Players Supported 2
    Tech Features Multiplayer Supported Yes
    Tech Features Release Date 2010-03-02

    Tech Specs

    Tech Specs Product Type Software
    Tech Specs Manufacturer Part Number 10132500
    Tech Specs Manufacturer Website Address www.disneyinteractive.com
    Tech Specs Manufacturer Disney Interactive
    Tech Specs Product Name Alice in Wonderland
    Tech Specs Brand Name Disney Interactive
    Tech Specs License Pricing Standard
    Tech Specs License Type Complete Product
    Tech Specs License Quantity 1 User
    Tech Specs Platform Support Wii
    Tech Specs Features
  • Animated feature had been on Walt's mind since 1933, when he considered a live-action version starring Mary Pickford. He shelved the project after Paramount made a version, but later had artist David Hall, a Hollywood artist and designer, create some concepts for an all-animated film.
  • World War II intervened, and it was not until the late 1940s that work began again in earnest.
  • One of Walt's big problems with this film was that here he was dealing with a highly regarded classic, and what was charming and appropriately bizarre in book form seemed oddly out of place on the motion picture screen. Walt's feeling, expressed in later years, was that "Alice" had no "heart."
  • Tech Specs Package Type Retail
    Tech Specs Software Name Alice in Wonderland
    Tech Specs Software Sub Type Action/Adventure Game
    Tech Specs Upgrade Information Not Applicable
    Tech Specs Software Main Type Game
    Tech Specs ESRB Rating E10+ (Everyone 10 and older)
    Tech Specs PEGI Rating Not Applicable
    Tech Specs Rating Descriptor Fantasy Violence
    Tech Specs Maximum Number of Players Support 2
    Tech Specs Multiplayer Support Yes
    Tech Specs Player Connectivity Mode 2 x Simultaneous
    Tech Specs Single Player Support Yes
    Tech Specs Maximum Number of Local Players Support 2
    Tech Specs Release Date 2010 March 02
    Tech Specs Game Expansion Pack No

    Professional Reviews

    GameZone.com 7 of 10
    When compiling a list of places one would rather not visit, the mind of Tim Burton might well make that lineup. Burton has made, or envisioned, some rather bizarre places and taken movie-goers on fantastic rides. To think his treatment of Alice in Wonderland would be more commonplace would be erroneous...Nothing could be stranger, or darker, than American McGee's Alice, but the game that has released to bank on a multi-media blitz with the movie is not the story or world Lewis Carroll wrote about...Alice, it should be noted, is not one of the five playable characters in this game. Instead, players get to use the Rabbit and Dormouse, the March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter. Each character has different abilities and switching between characters is as easy as hitting the C button. For example, the White Rabbit -- who coincidentally swings an oversized pocket watch in combat -- can freeze time. This comes in handy early on as he, the Dormouse and Alice try to navigate a maze that has a nasty root-based creature that will harangue the trio and block the path through the maze. The solution to this mini-puzzle is rather easy. Get the creature to pop up at the end furthest from the exiting path, use the point to illuminate the creature (in this case, it has a blue light cast over it), then hit the Z button on the nunchuck and rotated the Wii-mote in a clockwise way. That action freezes time, allowing the trio to move through to the exit without too much damage. Players can jump between unlocked characters by hitting the C button, and the game also feature cooperative play, and a second player can jump in during the actual game play by hitting the 1 button and enabling the 2-player mode...Alice in Wonderland is not a deep game and is slightly off-kilter from the beloved children's story, but while the game is rather ordinary in many regards, it is still slightly entertaining, if only because the environments are done well...Graphically this game scores well, and though the overall gameplay is nothing that has not been experienced before, the game still has a nice rhythm to it. It is what it is -- a game adaptation of a movie, slightly offbeat, but accessible. - Michael Lafferty

    Product Attributes

    Product attributeESRB Rating:   E10+ (Everyone 10+)
    Product attributeGame Format:   Nintendo Wii
    Product attributeGame Genre:   Adventure
    Product attributeMax # of Players:   2
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