In some weird way, Alice in Wonderland manages to out-Burton Tim Burton's visual aesthetic. Characters are more in-line with what you'd expect out of an artsy indie game and backgrounds follow suit. The game's version of Underland is a flat, jagged world consisting primarily of blacks, whites and the occasional primary color. The look is a bit surreal, but still very familiar, as is the music. There's a dark, yet very whimsical elegance coursing through the entire presentation that will keep you engaged even when the gameplay drags.