Completing the demented Alice: Madness Returns interactive storybook gives players $10 off the full game.
Anyone interested in EA's upcoming Alice: Madness Returns that owns an iPad or iPhone now has an opportunity to get themselves a handy dandy discount. EA has released an Alice: Madness Returns interactive storybook which rewards anyone completing it with $10 off the full game from the EA Store.
Madness Returns is a sequel to American McGee's Alice, a third-person action game released for the PC in 2000 that was a demented look at Alice in Wonderland with Alice having lost much of her mind in an insane asylum, which consequently twisted Wonderland around too. The sequel brings Alice back to Wonderland, and guess what, it's still pretty messed up.
The interactive storybook app uncovers the lost years of Alice's stay in Rutledge Asylum with a prequel story that bridges the gap between Alice and Madness Returns. Players will experience creepy asylum tests expressed through interactive animations and sequences created by the same artists behind the game. They'll be able to collect Wonderland treasures and even take advantage of the iPhone 4 and iPad 2's smile recognition to grin like the Cheshire Cat.
Did I mention the app is completely free? So, playing the free prequel to a game can help you get it for cheaper (from the EA Store). There must be a catch somewhere but I can't seem to find it. Download the interactive storybook here
Alice: Madness Returns will be released for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 on June 14, 2011.
Thanks for the tip Dududf!