American McGee and his company Spicy Horse Games have turned to Kickstarter to fund their next game. OZombies is an action-adventure set in a Steampunk version of L. Frank Baum's Oz universe.
After a long, hard, challenging road, Akaneiro: Demon Hunters from American McGee and Spicy Horse Games has managed to hit its Kickstarter goal of $200,000 by going just over the limit at $204,680. It was a close call, a hair's shave away from disappointment and failure, but the team pulled it together, bunched up their gonads and squeezed tight to puff out a victory in the crowd-source arena.
Spicy Horse Games' indie project, Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, has recently been added to Kickstarter. What's more is that the game has also headed into open beta, giving gamers a chance to play-test the game that they're helping fund by the crowd-source site. In addition to announcing the open beta Spicy Horse also unveiled new locations for the game, too.
Spicy Horse Games has taken to Kickstarter. The independent game studio wants to finish their game Akaneiro: Demon Hunters without the traditional help of a publisher and their ARPG is already 20% funded after a few days doing a few marketing campaigns across major gaming sites on their digital crowd-funding tour.
Spicy Horse Games, the folks behind such titles as Crazy Fairies, American McGee's Grimm and Alice: Madness Returns have been cooking up something special in their latest offering, Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, a free-to-play action MMO that has officially entered into closed beta.
EA and Spicy Horse Games formally announced the sequel to American McGee's Alice today. Alice: Madness Returns is in development for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.
Today Spicy Horse Games released the first trailer for Return of Alice. Return is the sequel to the 2000 third-person action game American McGee's Alice.