|Alien 3 (Game Boy)|
Release date for the game Alien 3 (Game Boy);
The Game Boy version of Alien³ differs significantly from the console games of the film Alien³. Unlike the more shooter-oriented action on the consoles, this title is played from a top-down perspective, with a greater emphasis on exploration, acquiring items to beat limited puzzles, and survival.
This is the same game as on the Super Gameboy which was played in colour on Nintendo's Super Gameboy.
As Ripley, you must navigate the corridors of the Fiorina 'Fury' 161 prison starting in the infirmary. You search for items to aid your escape and unlike the film multiple Aliens are running loose and attacking prisoners with an Alien Queen nesting in the furnace. A player must map out the labyrinthine halls and ventilation systems to easily move around the complex and find weapons to defend yourself from the Aliens. Only after destroying the Queen and her eggs may Ripley activate the crashed escape pod and leave the planet.
You can play in the following modes;
Single Player MapsEdit
Areas of Fiorina 'Fury' 161 prison and refinery.
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Alien 3 video game available on NES (1992), SNES (1993), Mega Drive (1992), Amiga (1992), Commodore 64 (1992), Game Gear (1994), Genesis (1992), Game Boy (1992), Game Boy Colour (1993) and SEGA Master System (1992).