|Industry||Computer and video game industry|
|Key people||American McGee
R. J. Berg
Spicy Horse employs more than 70 people at their studio in Zhabei District, Shanghai. The company's development process utilizes a "core team" methodology and 100% outsourced art asset production to conserve energy directed at the core competencies of game development. 
Spicy Horse developed the sequel to American McGee's Alice for Electronic Arts, titled Alice: Madness Returns. It is the first console game entirely designed and developed in China for export. Additionally, they have produced a child-company, Spicy Pony, for created digital mobile media games for the iPhone. Their first title, DexIQ was released in early December 2009. Their second was a Little Red Riding Hood adaption for the iPad called Akaneiro. Their next project was to be an adaptation of The Wizard of Oz, OZombie, financed by a Kickstarter campaign. The campaign was cancelled on July 14th, 2013 in order to focus on a series of Alice short films and due to lack of support for the OZombie project.
|American McGee's Grimm||2008||PC||Spicy Horse||GameTap||Episodic McGee takes on various Grimm tales.|
|DexIQ||2009||iPad, iPhone, iPod||Spicy Pony||Puzzle game|
|American McGee Presents Akaneiro||2010||iPad||Spicy Pony||Little Red Riding Hood in Japan|
|American McGee's Crooked House||2010||iPad, iPhone, iPod||Spicy Pony||Puzzle game|
|Alice: Madness Returns||2011||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC||Spicy Horse||Electronic Arts||Sequel to American McGee's Alice|
|BigHead Bash||2012||TBA||Spicy Horse||TBA||Side scrolling/battle multiplayer. (Unreleased)|
|Crazy Fairies||2012||Mobile, Facebook||Spicy Horse||TBA||Currently in the Closed Beta Stage. (Unreleased)|
|Akaneiro: Demon Hunters||2013||Browsers, Tegra-powered tablets||Spicy Horse||Spicy Horse||A Japanese/McGee take on Little Red Riding Hood.|
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