American McGee's Alice

American McGee's Alice is a third-person action PC video game released on October 6, 2000, which takes place in the Alice's Adventures in Wonderland universe. It was developed by Rogue Entertainment and published, distributed and marketed by Electronic Arts, and under the Sold-Out Software label as well. Alice is designed by American McGee, and features music composed by Chris Vrenna.

The game is based on the Quake III Arena engine. A PlayStation 2 port was also in development but was later canceled causing Rogue Entertainment to shut down, a decision which infuriated McGee. The box art of the game was altered after its release, allegedly due to complaints received by Electronic Arts from various consumer groups, although McGee has stated that the alteration was because of internal apprehension within Electronic Arts, and not from outside.[1] The original box art showed Alice holding a bloody vorpal sword. The altered version instead showed Alice holding the Icewand, as well as toning down the Cheshire Cat's skeletal anatomy. A third version showed Alice holding the Cards in her hands.

Set years after Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the game features an older, more cynical and macabre incarnation of Alice.


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