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Circle J’s Alice in Dreamland, a RPG about a woman appearing into a fairy tale world, is available on

Alice in Dreamland is a fantasy RPG that follows Alice Minase, a young woman who lives an average life. She graduated from school and goes to work everyday like any adult. After spending years doing the same thing over and over, Alice wants to escape from it all. One day, after arriving home from work, a book titled, “Wonderland” falls from her shelf. As Alice flips through the pages of the book, she wishes she could live in a fantastical place. Suddenly, a bright light flashes from the book and she isn’t in her apartment anymore. Her appearance has changed and she is in a world that looks similar to the one in the book. Alice’s wish came true, unfortunately, she soon learns that “Wonderland” isn’t as pleasant as she imagined.

As Alice wanders around Wonderland, she can examine items to find out how she ended up there and her emotional state. Items can reveal new information if you examine them multiple times. The combat system is turn-based and when Alice takes damage, her clothes will be torn off. If Alice is defeated by a boss enemy, you will see a humiliation H-scene where she is raped by the enemy. After the first defeat, there will be minor changes to the H-scene if you are defeated again. When you beat the game, you can view any humiliation scenes you missed in the recollection room. There are also achievements that track your story progress and the events you have triggered in the game.

You can purchase Alice in Dreamland on for $4.99.

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