As promised, Rogue and Electronic Arts have released the playable demo of American McGee's Alice, available for download from FilePlanet
and the Electronic Arts ftp server
. The demo offers a 78.7 MB taste of the Quake III-engine powered game, which should arrive on store shelves next week. Update
: additional mirrors are available at 3D Gamers
, and XGR
. And Rogue's Peter Mack updated his .plan
with a clarification on the filename of the demo on the EA ftp server:
If you download the alice demo, and the filename reads something
like alice_demo_beta7a.exe, don't panic. That's the final
version we shipped to EA for testing, but apparently some
mirrors didn't get it renamed to a nice, final sounding filename.
Sorry for the confusion.