The studio might also dabble in handheld titles, a market that's a "real boon" to the industry. It opens up more "creative, exploratory ideas" around gaming and social.
"Alice may be the last retail box product that we do for some time," American McGee declared. EA is publishing the Spicy Horse videogame.
"I think the handheld market in general, and especially the Android environment, is a real boon to the industry and to developers and consumers and I think it's going to open up a lot more possibility for very creative, exploratory ideas around gaming and around social platforms and the mobile platforms all linked together," he said.
"I think it's really awesome. It's actually where we're pushing our studio to go next. PC online, you know, multiplayer games and also mobile as a function of that."
"Alice may be the last retail box product that we do for some time but for the next couple of years we're going to focus very exclusively on free-to-play PC downloadable games and then also push those other mobile platforms."
A third Alice game is in the planning stages if EA choose to pick it up. Alice: Madness Returns releases on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC June 14th in the US, the 16th in Europe.