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 is developing the sequel to American McGee's Alice for Electronic Arts, titled Alice: Madness Returns. 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.
- ↑ Scott Steinberg. Experience the power of PC gaming. microsoft.com. Microsoft. Retrieved on 2009-04-04
- ↑ Spicy Horse IDed as leader in episodic games. spicyhorse.com (2009-03-06). Retrieved on 2009-04-04
- ↑ EA and Spicy Horse Return to Wonderland for All-New Alice Title. ea.com (2009-02-19). Retrieved on 2009-02-20
- ↑ Spicy Horse spins Spicy Pony.