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Alice Cosplay Contest

Though Spicy Horse Games' stated ambitions to hold a Kickstarter for a new Alice game are still uncertain to be fulfilled, the developer feels negotiations with EA for the IP are going well enough to give the project the title Alice: Otherlands, and to hold a cosplay contest to find someone to portray Alice for the game's Kickstarter pitch video. Details on how to enter can be found on their Facebook page, where they note this involves being Shanghaied, so the winner must be prepared to travel.

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3. removed May 8, 2013, 05:22 becky
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2. Re: Alice Cosplay Contest May 6, 2013, 23:01 Jerykk
He's talking about the Alice IP he created years ago and now owned by EA, not Carrol's work.

Anyway, while I'd love to see another Alice game, I don't think Kickstarter is the place to do it. Making a worthy follow-up to Madness Returns would require a significant budget and you aren't going to get that kind of budget from crowd-funding.
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1. Re: Alice Cosplay Contest May 6, 2013, 19:19 Cutter
Why would he need to negotiate anything with EA anyone can use Lewis Carrol's work.
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