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Definitely one of my favorite games! Even if the graphics are now considered crappy, and the story a little overboard with the gore, I find the twisted version of Alice in Wonderland far more entertaining than the fairy tale, sugared version, in which this game previously notes that she's just been through the happy one before entering the twisted one.
If you have played this game, enjoy it, and support it, feel free to add this stamp!Interesting fact I read on Wikipedia:
"Marilyn Manson was originally involved early on in the game's production for scoring the music. His composition has been described by American McGee as "very cool" and having "a very beautiful Beatles-in-their-harpsichord-and-Hookah-pipe-days-sound to it." Manson's contributions persevered on into the final product, however, notably the influence of alchemy and the character of the Mad Hatter whose adaptation was somewhat influenced by him; for a time it was considered that Manson be the voice actor of the Hatter. The music written may resurface in the future for Manson's own darkened perspective of the story of Alice, or rather its author, in his forthcoming film Phantasmagoria: The Visions of Lewis Carroll." SEQUEL!
"On 19 February 2009, EA CEO John Riccitiello announced at DICE 2009 that a new installment to the series is in the works for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. It is being developed by Spicy Horse, who recently worked on American McGee's Grimm. A single piece of concept art was also released, depicting Alice fighting an oversized, semi-mechanized snail and its children on top of a lighthouse."
American McGee's Alice is (c) EA games