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American McGee

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Game developer who gained prominence for developing “American McGee’s Alice” in 2000 and its own sequel “Alice: Madness Profits” from 2011. His brands included Spicy Equine and Spicy Pony. He proved helpful level style, music creation, and sound files at id Software program, manufacturers of “Doom II,” “Quake,” and “Quake II.” He still left id in 1998 and was employed as a innovative director at Digital Arts. He partnered with Enlight Software program to make the 2004 gaming “Scrapland” and “Poor Time L.A.” from 2006. His mom was originally likely to name him Obnard but ultimately proceeded to go with American. He mentioned that his objective was “to make a unified creation way for storytelling over the interactive and film sectors” and stated that he wished to become the following Walt Disney.

Quick Facts


Full Name American McGee
Date Of Birth December 13, 1972
Place Of Birth Dallas, TX
Profession Game Designer
Star Sign Sagittarius

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Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Alice2000Video Game project leader
Quake1996Video Game level designer
Final Doom1996Video Game level designer
Doom II: Hell on Earth1994Video Game technical supporter
Ultimate Doom1993Video Game game tester

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Alice: Madness Returns2011Video Game
Bad Day L.A.2006Video Game creator
Alice2000Video Game

Art Department

Art Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doom 641997Video Game designer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Moral Kombat2009Documentary
The Screen Savers2005TV SeriesHimself

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