Alice: Madness returns to the sea
Alice: Madness mysteriously vanished from Steam last week. It was re-instated without knowing the reason. It appears that this is a simple error.
The official notice states that Alice: Madness Returns has been removed from Steam at the request of its publisher. Three movie-lovers were furious. American McGee was not far from the man who created the game. “All the Spicy Horse games that I have heard were removed from Steam after trying to remove Akaneiro,” a developer said in reference to the company he founded in 2007. Spicy Horse shut down its doors in 2016.
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Alice: Madness Returns was removed from Steam after Spicy Horse became its customer. This was due to its digital rights management software. The game was re-uploaded on Steam in February, but it started disappearing again. McGee seems to have the answer.
McGee observed that “my team incorrectly instructed support staff to’shut down all’ when Akaneiro was the topic. This led us to mistakenly believe other games, such as Alice: Madness Returns were being moved into an account at Mysterious Inc..” McGee said, “Yikes!” Mysterious Inc. houses McGee’s most recent work.
Alice: Madness Returns, a multiplayer platformer that allows players to explore London’s swarms of fantasy and ride to a fragile Wonderland to discover the roots of Alice’s madness. As a sequel to American McGees Alice, the game was released June 14, 2011. Alice: Madness Returns was a hit with the most dedicated players, despite mixed customer responses.