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American McGee's Alice

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Title Screen

American McGee's Alice

Developers: Rogue Entertainment, Westlake Interactive (Mac)
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Aspyr Media (Mac)
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS Classic, Mac OS X
Released internationally: 2000


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?
Notes: Plenty of cut content to examine, including NPCs, models, and dialogue.

This is not your great-great-grandfather's Alice.

Mac OS Icons

8-Bit Alice

In Mac OS 8.1 and earlier, which don't support 32-bit "icns" icons, the game sports an alternative 8-bit "icl8". It's cropped from the same source art but is tinted darker, zoomed slightly further in, and has a black background.

32-Bit Icon 8-Bit Icon
American McGee's Alice (Mac) - icns.png American McGee's Alice (Mac) - icl8.png

The game's minimum requirements include OS 8.6, so hardly anyone would have seen this icon without peeking at the resource fork.

Elite Force Leftovers

These document icons, and the ElFb/ElFt file types they respectively stand for, were left in from Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force.

American McGee's Alice (Mac) - ElFb.png American McGee's Alice (Mac) - ElFt.png

The ElFt type and icon weren't used by that game, either.