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Take control of Wonderland and make a way for the rabbit escape Alice. Help him to avoid various dangers that he will encounter on his trip. Use great power-ups to make your life easier in these hard times! Endless mode will be different on each play, so you may find difficult situations that will require all your skill to survive. Remember… Keep your distance from Alice and don’t let her get her hands on the poor white rabbit!

- Travel to Wonderland through different and beautiful hand painted levels.
- Innovative game where you control the ‘world’ and not the character himself.
- Enjoy Story mode and try to go further than anyone in Endless mode.
- Get your name on the top the the global ranking over Game Center.
- Can you complete the full achievement list?
- Use different power-ups at the right time to get out of difficult situations.
- Endless mode is generated randomly – so each game will be different for unlimited playtime!
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