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Wonderland Needs a New Champion — Is It You?

Alice Wonderland AppWhen is the last time an app took you down a rabbit hole? It’s been a while, right?

That is all about to change! The new Disney app Alice in Wonderland: A New Champion is inspired by the live-action film and invites players to experience the enchanting curiosities of said Wonderland while defending all that is silly from the Red Queen and her assorted minions.

Along the way, you will meet familiar friends like Alice, the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, and the March Hare while exploring visually stunning locations such as the Mad Tea Party, the White Queen’s Castle, a Bayard’s Village, and more. It’s like a virtual vacation!

Players will need to solve curious riddles and try to make sense of the twisty illogic that is Lewis Carroll’s whimsical and compelling Underland — that’s the real name. Don’t worry, you can craft tools and various resources to help you along your journey.

But don’t let the wonder of the land fool you — there is a threat looming! The Red Queen plans to return from her exile and take back the crown. Nothing good can come of that! This is why Wonderland needs a new champion, and that champion could be you (or your kids)!

The game is a lot of fun, but what my family really loves are the graphics, or “visuals” as the kids call them these days. It is really a beautiful app, even if you have to go down a rabbit hole. Seriously, look at this:

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The Alice in Wonderland: A New Champion app rated 4+, and is available in four languages (English, French, German, and Spanish), for iPhone and iPad on iTunes. Remember, it’s free!

Whit HoneaRead more from Whit Honea at his site Honea Express. You can follow Whit on the Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest (his opinions are his own and do not reflect those of Babble or most rational people).

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