Apple's Adventures in Wonderland
9:07 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
American McGee's Alice is currently in duplication, and should be appearing on store shelves within the next few days. For those of you anticipating this title, Apple has posted an article looking at this dark and impressive thriller. The game was of course ported by Westlake Interactive, and Apple is quick to point out it will run on both System 9 and OS X. The preview looks at the game's divergence from the original story, featuring quotes from Aspyr's president Michael Rogers. He comments on the Alice's unique look and purposefully surreal designs. Here's a clip:
“Alice is probably the most unpredictable game available today,” states Aspyr president Michael Rogers. “From the opening scene, and continuing throughout the game, Alice is a slightly disturbing, eerie, and wickedly fun experience.” Also check out the rest of the article for a rundown of Alice's deadly "toys" and a QuickTime trailer of the game.
American McGee's Alice Previewed at Apple
Rogers promises that Alice, “will definitely stand out on the shelf with its unique packaging and central character. A game like Alice has its place in the market: it’s fun, provides hours of gameplay, and has some of the best artwork ever seen in a videogame.”
American McGee's Alice
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