American McGee’s Shanghai-based studio Spicy Horse has announced its presence on two new gaming portals – Crazy Fairies is live on Armor Games and Big Head Bash has joined Aeria Games’ catalogue. Two more places to play the free, browser-based titles is particularly interesting as Spicy Horse’s infrastructure means all players on all portals can join multiplayer matches together – even if they’re on mobile devices or Facebook.
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Big Head Bash
Big Head Bash, the latest release from American McGee’s Spicy Horse studio, has exited beta to officially debut.
Crazy Fairies: One World
Spicy Horse has opened the doors on its Worms-like social offering, Crazy Fairies. Check out the launch trailer for the free-to-play browser and mobile effort through the break; expect quite a lot more of this sort of thing from American McGee’s studio, as they’re making money much, much faster than they could in the triple-A […]
Spicy Horse’s latest effort is coming to Android, iDevice and PC some time this year with full cross-platform play.
American McGee and the Spicy Horse team are ready to make another Alice game, if EA is interested.