Alien: Blackout for iOS
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Alien: Blackout

Jan 24, 2019
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About this game

Developer: D3 Go
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

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 premium mobile game experience that will test the inner nerves of both Alien and horror fans alike, where life can end in an instant.

Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
6.78
Anna GardJan 25, 2019
Honestly, I was a bit skeptic when this game was announced. I don’t mind mobile games, but sometimes developers don’t make the difference and the game can easily fail to fulfill the expectations. However, in this case, developers knew what they were doing and did it in the best possible way that was respectful to the Alien franchise and its fans.
6.30
David JagneauxJan 29, 2019
Alien: Blackout successfully follows the Five Nights at Freddy’s formula with an authentic Alien style, complete with surprisingly well-done voice acting and xenomorph animations when things go wrong. However, once you’ve learned the ropes and figured out how to exploit the alien’s AI it becomes much less interesting, and there’s no reason to revisit it.
Campbell BirdJan 24, 2019
Alien: Blackout is both too familiar and too inconsistent to successfully capture the spirit of what made Alien so good. Ultimately, this game feels like an expensive-looking Five Nights at Freddy’s with a Xenomorph that can’t decide whether it wants to be a preternatural stalker or meandering doofus. You can have moments spine-tingly suspense with Alien: Blackout, but a lot of the time they’re undercut by random mishaps.

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