Category: Spicy Horse

  • Ebox – A Console for China

    Lots of news these days about Lenovo’s announcement of the “Ebox” – a game console built in and for China (as well as the rest of Asia).

  • Spicy Horse Art Store Launched

    Spicy Horse is proud to announce the launch of its online art store. Now you can purchase original illustrations by the talented artists who power the studio – the same people driving the imagery for projects like “Alice 2”. The store currently features artwork by Ken Wong and Luis Melo.

  • Red & Social Media

    Red Fighting the Wolves Yesterday saw a huge flood of online news generated by the posting of an image and a single tweet. The image represented some recent thinking on a game concept being evolved at Spicy Horse – based on “Red Riding Hood”. In my tweet I mentioned the image and the fact I’d…

  • Off the Map in China

    Off the Map in China Gamasutra has posted an interview by Christian Nutt with your truly. It begins with… Famous for his work with id Software and on EA-published cult classic Alice, American McGee set up shop in Shanghai, China, in 2007 with his new studio, Spicy Horse. Though the company’s first game, Grimm, for…

  • An American Interview

    Long-time press friend John Gaudiosi has presented a nice interview with me over on In it we discuss Grimm, the new Alice game, and making games in China.

  • New Office – First Day

    Game development studio Spicy Horse has moved to its new home in Shanghai! The new office is inside a cool old warehouse complex in the heart of Shanghai. The buildings here have seen a tremendous amount of history. They were built around 1900 and have housed everything from flour milling operations (hence the name), to…