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Gaming NewsJan 30, 2019 at 3:34a PSTby Aquma

American McGee is working on another Alice

American McGee is working on concept arts and script for the third installment in the iconic American McGee’s Alice series.

Will Alice’s adventure continue? - 2019-01-30
Will Alice’s adventure continue?

There is an interesting entry on Americana McGee's blog, concerning the third installment of the Alice series, entitled Alice: Asylum. Although we heard about this project some time ago, its creation is still not certain. The developer is said to be working on the title in full swing – he's currently involved in graphic design and screenplay – and encourages fans to show their support through e.g. social media and Patreon. Below you can see some attractive concept arts.

American McGee’s concept art.
American McGee’s concept art.

It is worth noting that Alice: Asylum is to be a prequel to the previous installments (the action will take place before the first part).

"American is hard at work on design, art, and story for the next chapter in Alice’s adventures," reads the latest blog post from the studio. “Alice: Asylum will present the story before American McGee’s Alice, with young Alice fighting through the trauma of losing her family," as we read on the blog.

American McGee's Alice is a series of action adventure games inspired by Lewis Caroll's novel Alice in Wonderland. The games are characterized by an extremely twisted, dark style and a high level of brutality. So far, the last title in the series was Alice: Madness Returns, released in 2011.

Who is American McGee?

American James McGee is a veteran of the video gaming industry – he has been working in it (with varying intensity) since 1994. In addition to the aforementioned series about Alice, the author is also known for his work at id Software, co-creating such cult titles as Doom II, Quake and Quake II together with John Carmack, Kevin Cloud and Tim Willits.

  1. American McGee's official website
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