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From American McGee's Alice, I think - not sure why it's in a window in Soho several years after the game came out.

  • Jane 9y

    No idea either but its the only computer game I've ever really enjoyed. Don't really play computer games, but that's probably because I've not found anything that pushes the same buttons as Alice did.
  • Simon Crubellier PRO 9y

    Yes, it was the last 'proper' game I could be bothered with... Must go and dig it out again, in fact.
  • Mat Hyde 9y

    Anything to do with this?
  • Jane 9y

    I've been thinking I might want to play it again too. Gave my old copy to a charity shop. Might go and see how much a second hand replacement would set me back on ebay....
  • Polstar* 9y

    could you please break into that shop and get that for me? I LOVE American McGee's Alice (although I did get stuck in the library for a bit) ... it looked stunning and was fun to play. The figures were amazing too ... now this has brought back LOTS of memories.
  • Simon Crubellier PRO 9y

    Heh. It probably won't help matters if I tell you they've got a life-size Alice beside it - I just couldn't get a decent shot 'cos of the reflection from the window.
  • R.I. Pienaar 9y

    yeah I saw this the other day its right by my office, next time I'm there with a camera I'm def grabbing some shots
  • Constant 8y

    Simon dear, we are missing you @ "Special Relationship" British American Relations, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • Rashel Helena 6y

    Hello, I'm an admin for the group, American McGee's Alice, and we'd love to invite you to join as well as have this photo added to the group !
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Taken on August 13, 2006
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