|Alien 3 (MD)|
|Arena Entertainment, Acclaim Entertainment, LJN, Virgin Interactive, Tectoy|
|2D Side-scrolling, Platform|
|Sega Master System|
Release date for the game Alien 3 (MD);
North America 1992 Europe 1992 Brazil 1992 Japan 27th May 1994
Based on the 1992 film Alien 3, set on Fiorina 'Fury' 161 Class C Prison Unit 12037154, you play as Ripley with standard but limited marine weapons. This is a different game from the 1993 Alien 3 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System which was also developed by Probe, and different from the Game Boy titles developed by Bits Studios.
Developed by Probe Entertainment and Eden Entertainment Software. Published In North America, Europe, and Japan by Arena Entertainment, Acclaim Entertainment, LJN, and Virgin Interactive, and in Brazil by Tectoy.
Similiar Alien 3 game versions were available on the Amiga (1992), Commodore 64 (1992), Game Gear (1994), Genesis (1992) and SEGA Master System (1992).
The player controls Ripley through a number of platform levels. She must not only defend herself against hordes of aliens and find the exit, but also save a number of prisoners, all within a time limit of only a few minutes per level.
You can play in the following modes;
Single Player Maps
stage 5 mayhem
stage 8 rescue
stage 13 rescue
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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) and SEGA Master System (1992).
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