OZombie—American McGee's zombie take on the Oz stories—has been taken off of Kickstarter so its studio, Spicy Horse, can focus on securing the film rights to the Alice series McGee created.
American McGee's twisted take on Alice in Wonderland has been capturing the imagination of fans since the original game debuted back in 2000. The movie rights to his vision have been bouncing around for nearly as long. Now McGee wants them back, but he can't do it alone.
American McGee's Spicy Horse studio just launched a Kickstarter for a new game where you play as Dorothy going up against the Scarecrow. And it looks a lot cooler than it sounds.
Coming this fall to PC, Mac, Linux and tablets everywhere, Spicy Horse's (thankfully) tentatively-titled Hell Invaders brings collectible card games to life in full 3D real-time strategy battles. It's sort of like EA's BattleForge, only — okay, it's pretty much BattleForge.
The studio of game designer American McGee—best known for designing the horror game Alice and its sequel, Alice: Madness Returns—has run out of money to finish their next game.
The world moved on from the game pretty quickly, but thanks to its vivid art style Alice: Madness Returns lives on in the hearts of cosplayers, few of which have quite nailed the game as much as michivvya and her friends.
Spicy Horse's web-based Worms-meets-Mother Goose trajectory shooter Crazy Fairies flies from Facebook to Android, bringing cross-platform multiplayer to the Droid-loving masses.
Spicy Horse, the developers behind Alice: Madness Returns, have released a first gameplay look at the action-RPG Akaneiro: Demon Hunter.
Game designer American McGee and his Shanghai-based Spicy Horse are known for their vivid fantasies and brilliant art design. The studio's upcoming title Akaneiro: Demon Hunters looks to be no exception.
Coming to comic shops and specialty retailers near you, these Gentle Giant sculpted action figures give Alice: Madness Returns a chance to play with the darker side of Lewis Carroll's creations.
Like countless crayon drawings from a crazed mind coming together to form a giant disturbing picture, American McGee's vision coalesces in the launch trailer for Alice: Madness Returns.
If you happen to wander across sweet Alice during her travels in Wonderland and she should happen to flash red, white, and red all over, you're probably going to die. This is Hysteria.
With ten-year-plus gap between the new Alice: Madness Returns and its predecessor, American McGee's Alice, maybe you could use a little refresher on what's been going on in Wonderland and in Alice's head. Good news? There's an app for that.
Perhaps you're interested in playing the new fantasy adventure Alice: Madness Returns, but have never enjoyed the 11-year-old PC original. Worry not, for it appears that the first game, American McGee's Alice is coming to consoles as a downloadable game as well.
Spicy Horse's long-in-the-waiting sequel to 2000's American McGee's Alice looks lovelier than ever in a quintet of new images released by Electronic Arts today. See the intricate detail of Alice's vorpal blade and pepper mill-on-evil teapot action in the gallery above.
A decade on from American McGee's Alice, a stylishly gothic and twisted interpretation of Lewis Carroll's Wonderland, gamers are given the opportunity to return to this twisted world with Alice: Madness Returns. It's not crazy to delight in that not much has changed over the past decade for Alice, is it?
After seeing countless teaser trailers and bits of concept art of American McGee's Alice: Madness Returns, how does the gameplay footage stack up? It's even better.