(Covers information from Anderson's universe)
The Alice clones are perfect clones of the original Alice. They were created for several purposes, with some being test subjects for Umbrella Prime and others retaining all of the original's physical and psionic abilities. These clones were specifically created to derive a strain of the t-Virus to reverse the ravenous effects of the original virus in the Undead population by increasing their intelligence.
In his research for a way to pacify the massive Undead population, Clone #86 was created in 2007 as the eighty-sixth attempt by the corporation to create a clone of equal skill to Project Alice, who went rogue in 2002. Waking up in a bathroom in a house modeled on the Arklay mansion, Specimen 86 wandered through the mansion, being lured into a replica of the Hive complex's laser chamber. Retaining suppressed memories of her parent, she quickly understood the purpose of the room and escaped into a shaft.
Crawling along, she found herself in a replica of the Raccoon City Hospital. Although keeping her eye out for booby traps, she eventually set one off and was fatally shot in the abdomen. Her body was subsequently dumped onto the surface in a pile of other clones who had failed the tests. A blood sample was taken from her corpse for T-virus vaccine testing, finding her DNA was different enough from Alice to prevent bonding with the virus.
Clone #87 
Clone #87 was engineered as part of Dr. Isaacs' attempt to treat the millions infected with the T-virus, having theorised that Alice was a perfect test subject for developing new treatments. Without access to Alice, he resorted to creating a number of clones to replicate her. As a side-project, he intended for each clone to become a potential replacement to her, thus forcing #87 to go through a laser grid and booby trapped corridors to test her reflexes. Eventually she was killed in a recreation of the Raccoon City Hospital by a Super Undead.
Deleted Clone # 
In a deleted scene for Extinction, the White Queen reports that one clone was killed in the laser tunnel; Dr. Isaacs suspects the intelligence in the clones worsens as they go on.
Clone #88 
As part of the Umbrella Science Division's research into treating those infected with the T-virus, Isaacs commissioned Clone 88 as another in a long line of potential sources of blood for research; the cloning procedure had been unsuccessful in fully-replicating Alice, thus leading to further attempts.
Clone 88 was awoken premature from her maturation chamber while Alice was fighting Dr. Isaacs, now transformed into a powerful monster. Struggling for air, she passed out in Alice's arms; mistaken for death, a jacket was covered over her body to preserve her decency. She revived in time to deactivate the lasers in the nearby testing ground, doing so only after they sliced Issacs to pieces. This act saved Alice seconds before she would have died too. Clone 88 stood by Alice's side as she began awakening further clones to assemble an anti-Umbrella army.
This clone presumably was part of Alice's army in Afterlife and thus died with the rest of Alice's clones.
Dozens of dead clones are also seen in a disposal ditch on the surface, near the entrance to the underground lab. When Alice discovers them, she appears to remember them as they died at the hands of the obstacles in the underground facility mock-up of Raccoon City Hospital. Presumably, there are eighty seven dead clones in all, as Clone #86 was the first activated and died, along with Clone #87.
In Resident Evil: Afterlife, Alice leads an army of clones into the Umbrella's underground facility in Tokyo. At least one of the clones in the film show the original Alice's physical and mental powers, notably telekinesis. The group encounter an impressive force of soldiers, defeating them with little or no trouble despite their losses.
At least two clones are able to reach Wesker before they are killed. The final clone he executes manages to set off two grenades, setting the entire facility on high alert. The remaining clones are killed when Wesker blows up the Tokyo facility after he escapes, unaware that the real Alice is on board with him. None of the Alice clones survive the blast as the facility is completely destroyed.
As part of simulations with the T-Virus and Las Plagas parasite, in the Umbrella Prime facility, the Red Queen manufactured more clones of Alice which are part of the fifty basic models of people used for the simulations. According to Ada Wong, they only get a basic imprint of memory and are dropped into various situations with various jobs. Unlike the original clones of Alice, these don't seem to posses her powers.
Alice (Suburban Housewife)
This Alice clone woke disoriented in the home she shared with her husband, Todd (A clone of Carlos Olivera), and their daughter Becky. Already late to deliver her daughter to school, Alice's home was overrun by Majini Undead and her husband killed.
She escaped with Becky to the streets where she was rescued by activist neighbor Rain Ocampo. A short time afterward their car was struck by a truck and overturned. They escaped into a nearby home and hid. Overwhelmed, Alice attacked and killed one of the Undead only to be killed by her infected husband. Her body was later found by the real Alice and Ada Wong and Becky was taken in by Alice who adopted her as her own daughter.
Inactive Alice Clones
Hundreds of deactivated and unprogrammed clones were under production at Umbrella Prime. They were destroyed by Alice during her escape from the base with Becky.
The Final Chapter
After Alice is captured by a clone of Dr. Alexander Isaacs, she is shown a cabinet full of decapitated Alice clone heads. Isaacs indicates that all of these dead clones had also opposed him and Umbrella before they were killed.
While meeting with the real Dr. Isaacs, Alice learns that she herself is in fact a clone of Alicia Marcus.
- In a deleted scene for Extinction, the White Queen reports that one clone was killed in the laser tunnel; Dr. Isaacs suspects the intelligence in the clones worsens as they go on.
- Given the decapitated Alice clone heads in the Umbrella tank in The Final Chapter, Alice clones existed that fought Umbrella like the original but with much less success. In The Final Chapter novelization, these clones are indicated by Alice's reaction to be clones from the North American Facility that she revived but that either took no part in the assault in Afterlife or were survivors of it.
- The original Alice is in fact a clone herself, making these Alice clones, clones of a clone.
- A serum derived from the blood of the clones in Extinction that were used as test subjects resulted in the creation of the Super Undead.