Aliens: The Computer Game
Commodore 64 - 1986
Description of Aliens: The Computer Game
In 1986, Electric Dreams Software, Activision, Inc., Alternative Software Ltd. publishes Aliens: The Computer Game on Commodore 64. Also published on Amstrad CPC, Apple II and ZX Spectrum, this action game is abandonware and is set in an arcade, flight, licensed title, puzzle elements and movies themes.
Comments and reviews
Kevo 2022-04-16 0 point
I was at a computer convention with my dad as a kid and they were demoing this game. I was hooked, went home with the game in hand. RIP Dad.
Sternhammer 2020-04-15 2 points Commodore 64 version
As Mike says, this is Aliens The Computer Game: US version released by Activision (1986). Its a decent game but the better version of Aliens: The Computer Game, on the C64/Spectrum, is by UK software house Electric Dreams (1987). The Electric Dreams version is much more suspenseful. This is also available on this great site.
Mike 2020-04-14 0 point
Actually had this as “Aliens: US Version” In the Sinclair Spectrum. It was OK. But not as tense as the UK version.
fomo 2020-04-10 0 point
This game was ambitious for it's time but didn't quite work playability wise. Although it did a good job of maintaining a sense of tenseness to keep you on your toes, if I remember correct. Or perhaps it was the otehr Alien game haha. I forget now.
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