|Title||Tennis Champion (Wii Sports Club)|
|Level|| Tennis: Level ★10 (Champion)
Baseball: Level 8
Boxing: Level 4
Alice and her sister are the champions of Tennis. They face you when you get to Level ★5. She and her sister earned the title "The Smash Sisters" after defeating the former champions. You'll get the Stamp "Beat the Best" once you defeat them and you can play with a frying pan. To play with the frying pan, hold down the (1) button at the Mii selection screen. She is faced randomly after this. In Baseball, Alice is at Level 8. In Boxing, she isn't great at Grade 4.
In Wii Party U, Alice is an Advanced Mii.
- Her Japanese name is Arisu (アリス).
- Alice and Barbara are the only CPU Miis that have a confirmed relation. In this case, Alice is the twin sister of Barbara.
- Alice is one of the three Miis that appear in the artwork of Mario Chase from Nintendo Land, with the other two being Skip and Millie.
- Alice appears as one of the few ghosts in Mario Kart 8.
- According to Mario Kart 8, she's American.
- She and Enrique are the only CPUs in Wii Sports Club who can be directly faced against (i.e. not just baseball teammates) in all sports and have completely different grades in all, as they exchange their levels in Tennis and Baseball so that the champions are different and in Boxing, nearly everyone's levels are changed, including theirs.
- Alice has much in common with Elisa from Wii Sports since they are both Tennis champions, they both like purple and they both play on Advanced in the Wii Party games they're in.
- Alice and Barbara's relationship and titles seem to imply that they were created in the likeness of Venus and Serena Williams AKA the "Williams Sisters"; two, real-world, professional Tennis players who also happen to be sisters.
- Alice and Enrique are the only CPU Miis who have a different skill level in Baseball than in Tennis. This is surprising because they switch skill levels in Tennis and Baseball.
- Alice is the champion of tennis and level 8 in Baseball, while Enrique is the champion of Baseball and Level 8 in Tennis.