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The terror of Alien is brought to life in Alien: Blackout. Try to stay alive while trapped aboard a crippled Weyland-Yutani space station carrying a deadly Xenomorph as it tirelessly hunts you and the crew. Outsmart the perfect hunter by making perilous choices. Players must rely on the damaged controls of the space station or risk sacrificing crew members to avoid deadly contact, permanently altering the outcome of the game. Survive seven fear-inducing levels by remotely guiding Amanda Ripley's crew through increasingly challenging tasks using only the station’s emergency systems. The uncertainty and unpredictability of both the alien and her crew can impose total defeat for Amanda and the entire station. Alien: Blackout is a unique fear-inducing horror mobile game experience that will test the inner nerves of both Alien and horror fans alike, where life can end in an instant. KEY FEATURES: SURVIVE OR DIE – Using only the space station’s limited power supply to operate a holographic map, surveillance cameras, and motion tracker, attempt to remain hidden and protect your crew from the perfect hunter in seven fear-inducing levels. A NEW CHAPTER IN THE ALIEN FRANCHISE – A new chapter in the Alien franchise following the saga of Amanda Ripley, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, between the films Alien and Aliens. FIRST CLASS ALIEN MOBILE EXPERIENCE – An immersive and captivating Alien experience, perfectly designed for mobile gaming, bringing the Alien story to life. ENCOUNTER FEAR AGAIN AND AGAIN – Every decision can be fatal! Fewer crew members makes missions more challenging. Players can test different strategies and theories to outlast the Xenomorph in pursuit of victory!
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This game was a lot of fun to play. The game really captures the atmosphere of the franchise. The animations were really great, and it definitely is scary. I never got on board with this style of game, but the Alien theme really works here. There are 7 levels to play through, which seems a little short. However the somewhat randomness of the game adds a good amount of replay ability. I was never lucky (unlucky?) enough to have one of the characters die onscreen, so I can’t vouch for the visuals there, but the game is fun. There was a neat “plot twist” that occurs in one of the last few levels of the game, but it is completely abandoned in the next level. There is no mention of it. Like it never happened. That left me a bit confused, and the story a little bit disjointed. However, I only had 1 crew member left. Perhaps I needed more alive for them to discuss it? (Didn’t feel that way) Overall, in reality $5 isn’t that much for the amount of work that went into the game. It truly is an excellent game. The developer should be proud. The sound design is excellent. I would recommend it to any fan of the franchise.
The game is beautiful the graphics look amazing they are like Alien isolation sound is beautiful the game gives me those alien isolation vibes and that’s good for a 4.99$ game but if it’s not going to get modes or anything new to the game to keep you playing it more more it won’t be worth it but in the end it’s an amazing game great job you guys can’t wait to see what’s next for the alien games and hope to see something like this again but a horror shooter that would be awesome. I have some ideas you guys can add to the game to bring more attention to the game add an extreme mode where there are more aliens to watch out for. A mode to play as Ripley moving around the ship trying to get the new playable areas to help other survivors out like isolation but with no weapons only your light. The game to me is a 9/10 it has potential with the sound voice acting atmosphere but the game needs more content to get me into the game more and add a little blood to it. I still will be playing the game since it’s fun as hell Thanks you for taking the time to read my review about my experience with the game hope you guys enjoy the game as I did.
I was skeptical to say the least when I saw that there was an Alien Isolation spin-off coming to Mobile. After all, it is probably one of my favorite games of all time, and mobile has a tendency to ruin good IPs... But I am pleasantly surprised to see that the mobile game subverted my low expectations by capturing the same atmosphere and tension as the console game. They definitely got a few scares out of me which I didn’t expect from a mobile game, and overall I just find it to be a surprisingly fitting addition to the universe. I would happily buy a sequel of this mobile game as well. Overall I just find the game to be unique, graphically satisfying, and fun. Managing your fear and uncertainty with limited resources is such a satisfying treat, especially when you implement a plan and it is successful. They manage to keep the difficulty of the original game and capture that whole “oh... she got me again. Not this time Alien!” feeling I got from the first game. Really really have to applaud you dev team for the work you put into this game. It is clearly a labor of love and well worth the asking price in my opinion.
The game is actually pretty tight. Creepy and tense atmosphere, decent simple controls, and a cool story. At first I thought that they were going to go down the usual mobile game Freemium route but the flat 5.00 dollar price is a welcome relief. There’s one big problem that I noticed while playing that allows the gameplay to become an almost trivial affair though. The alien AI is surprisingly easy to cheese with the doors. If you can cut it off at a door and reopen it when it wanders off to find an alternate route then it will try to go to the door again. You can catch it in a loop by constantly opening and closing the same door and effectively contain it to a single room with a motion tracker most of the time with this method. This makes surviving the game with all survivors relatively easy and can kill the mood dramatically. But still, very cool concept game with some Five Nights at Freddy’s style gameplay and good graphics and atmosphere. Not perfect but a solid alien experience especially for a mobile game.
At first, I thought five bucks was a bit steep, but after the reviews and alien as a whole I said, “why not?”. This game is stunning! I have yet to see an app game like this be compatible and be way worth the money. I am a little disappointed with how much is IN the game however, but what’s there is golden👌! One thing I do wish there was is extra story, like them having to go to the planet the Zenemorph came from. Or maybe this being a more open game like isolation. But the gameplay and the story there is still 👌. The system for Amanda is really silly however, in my opinion. Only because you can’t see the alien until it’s at the door, or the door just doesn’t close at all. You should still be able to see it in the vents closest to Ripley so you know where it’s kinda coming from. This game is difficult and I like that. It makes you have to make dangerous decisions to ultimately save the crew. Things I see: Beautiful graphics Stellar levels Hard to dodge AI Good basic story Things that should change (in my opinion again) More story or some DLC Longer main game (I would not mind another game 😏) More trackers in vents or vent cams This is a really fun game that I will never forget, regardless of how short, I have had plenty of close calls. Hope to see this company come out with another alien game, much like this one with some of the changes. Hope to hear more soon!
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Last update was at Jul 26, 2021and the current version is 2.0.0.
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