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Tap-Repeatedly/Four Fat Chicks
Okay, I'll admit it. Alice is my favorite of the Shono titles, which include L-Zone, Gadget, and Zeddas Servant of Sheol. It was also his first, and the one that most closely resembling a straight adventure game (Zeddas notwithstanding), but that isn't to says the designers don't add their own twist to it, which is the signature of all the Shono titles. It is also designed to be very different from the others, from an entirely unusual style of graphics to the fact that the game has little story and maximum puzzle-solving.
Much sought after and virtually unobtainable, this interactive piece of multi-media comes from Haruhiko Shono, whose other works include Gadget and L-Zone. Together with composer Kazuhiko Kato, and artist Kuniyoshi Kaneko, he has produced a hunt through 12 thematic rooms in a museum for 53 playing cards. The rooms contain images and art inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, and some clearly inspired from elsewhere.
Alice lär nog inte sälja i någon större upplaga här i Sverige - det är av begränsat intresse för alla utom den gissningsvis lilla skara som beundrar Kanekos konst.