Alice Is Dead is a popular Flashgame trilogy on Newgrounds, made by Lorestrome Games, known for breathing new life into the tried and true Grimmification of Alice in Wonderland, as well as for its beautiful drawn artwork, creepy and cinematic music, and for its mix of old school Disney movie wonder and creepiness with gritty horror. If you trust your nerves, go check it out:
The plot is well known for being extremely convoluted, yet rewarding, with secrets laced throughout all three games. A Q&A explaining much of it can be found here, so beware of the spoilers. Despite the author claiming there won't be a sequel, a strange post has surfaces on Newgrounds, showing a battered and bloodied rabbit next to the dead grass field and tree glimpsed in Episode 2.See also Myosotis by the same programmer.
Tropes found in the games:
Abhorrent Admirer: Kingdom of Liars 3 shows that somebody made a shrine to the White Rabbit, complete with a portrait of him with "I LOVE YOU RABBIT ♥♥♥" written on it in blood.
All There in the Manual: The author originally posted several detailed explanations of the games' Back Story (that's where the more obscure details on this page come from), but has since taken it down.
Apocalyptic Log: The walls of the starting location are covered in it. But you can't see it.
Bag of Spilling: At the beginning of each game, the protagonist is stripped of all his possessions from the first game (except the bell).
Bathroom Stall Graffiti: The club's bathroom stalls are full of these. Some of the walls have phone numbers on them, which you can call.
Catgirl: Technically, the Cheshire Cat is one. Unfortunately, rather than being a sexy woman with cute ears, she/it is mostly just creepy, and far more so once you discover her horrifying, horrifying origins.
Chekhov's Gun: The Bell. It's always there, even though you can't actually do anything with it. It is vital to the plot, however, representing the White Rabbit's sole remaining connection to his humanity, sanity, and memory. It is such a treasured item, in fact, that it never occurs to him to get rid of it, even when he gets rid of all of his other belongings... Which, tragically, leads to his death, as the bell in his pocket activates the metal detector in the club, alerting The Queen of Hearts that he has arrived and allowing him to get the drop on poor Rabbit.
Clingy Macguffin: The bell. You can't get rid of it, and it possibly triggered the metal detector at the club, thus alerting Queen about the Rabbit's presence.
Condensation Clue: A mirror in the nightclub has a hidden message that can be revealed by messing with the club's air conditioning.
Daddy's Girl: Burr's daughter, who has become Cheshire Cat after merging with one of her father's experiment cats. She sends you a text message about how she misses you and her father, and one of the reasons she helps the rabbit is that she wants to get revenge against the Queen, both for allowing her father to conduct the experiments and killing him after the Oystercloud was completed.
Early-Bird Cameo: Dr. Raymond Burr. In Episode 2, his name is mentioned in one of the puzzles, and he has written one of the logs on the computer terminal. In Episode 3, you find his corpse in the Secret Laboratory.
Easter Egg: Sort of. March Hare's phone number, which can be easily missed.
Faking the Dead: Alice, who we thought was dead in Episode 1, returns at the very end of Episode 3 to kill the queen.
Guinea Pig Family: By accident. Raymond Burr was conducting an Oystercloud experiment that involved teleporting cats to other places, and his daughter interfered with the experiment, causing her to merge with one of the cats, thus giving birth to Cheshire Cat.
Red Herring: Yes, that spider is completely useless. And the bell, too.
Room Full of Crazy: The opening location contains crazed writings on the walls, a mixture of Alice'ssomeone's Apocalyptic Log and, inexplicably, the code to the Rabbit's suitcase. However, you can only see these writings with a special lens. Rabbit's diary reveals that it's made in a special ink invented by the Hatter.
The Stoner: Rulio, a.k.a. the Peaches guy, in episode 3.
That Makes Me Feel Angry: If you act rudely towards Hatter in the prison, the message he leaves for you is "You put me in a bad mood". On the other hand, being nice to him results in "Kill them with kindness, Rabbit."
Time for Plan B: After the key to the prison cell remains lodged in Lewis' guts, the protagonist asks himself what's the plan B.
Titles Always Lie: Check out the cutscene that plays after the credits of AiD3. Not only is Alice alive and well, the entire story was a Batman Gambit she designed in order to find and eliminate The Queen.