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Alien v Predator (Elite Systems)
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Alien v Predator (Elite Systems)
Developer:
Elite Systems
Publisher:
Elite Systems
Release date:
2004
Genre:
2D side scrolling
Game modes:
singleplayer
Rating:
U
Media:
Platform:
phone
Media:
Digital download
Game engine:




ContentsEdit

ReleaseEdit


Release date for the game Alien v Predator (Elite Systems);


2004

PlotEdit


Like Superscape's Alien v Predator and Alien v Predator 3D, Alien v Predator (Elite Systems) is set in and about the antarctic pyramid and whaling station. The two species alien and predator battle in out in either quick fight or championship.

Alien v Predator (Elite Systems) is a different game to Alien v Predator 3D and Alien v Predator (Superscape).

GameplayEdit


The game begins in the Pyramid in Antarctica and a player can progress in Championship or play in a Quick Fight.


Game modesEdit

You can play in the following modes;
Easy
Normal
Hard

Gameplay modesEdit


Singleplayer
Quick Fight
Championship

On screen controlsEdit


None

On screen displayEdit


Health, weapons, kills.

CharactersEdit


Predators
Hunter
Warrior
Body Guard
Trainee
Squad Leader
General

Aliens
General
Drone
Squad Leader
Body Guard
Warrior
Trainee

FeaturesEdit


Combat, Aliens against Predators
Multiple combos
Power-ups

MapsEdit


Whaling Station
Pyramid

WeaponsEdit


Predators
Wrist Blades
Spear
Shoulder Cannon
Jump

Aliens
Head Bite
Kick
Tail Whip
Claw
Acid Spit
Jump

EquipmentEdit


Health, Armour.

EnemiesEdit


Face Huggers, Aliens, Predators.

PublishersEdit


Elite Systems is a UK video game developer and publisher established in 1984 as Richard Wilcox Software. The initial name was used to publish only one title, Blue Thunder for the ZX Spectrum, Atari 8-bit and Commodore 64, before changing name to Elite. They are best known for producing home computer conversions of popular arcade games. Elite also published games under the budget re-release labels Encore and Hit-Pak. With the rise in the popularity of mobile games, Elite began to focus on mobile conversions, and have also developed and published some new games, such as AVP. In 2005, the publication Retro Gamer credited the Elite team in Volume 2-Issue 1 as Richard Benton, M. Hyden and Steve Wilcox.

DevelopersEdit


Elite Systems is a UK video game developer and publisher established in 1984 as Richard Wilcox Software. The initial name was used to publish only one title, Blue Thunder for the ZX Spectrum, Atari 8-bit and Commodore 64, before changing name to Elite. They are best known for producing home computer conversions of popular arcade games. Elite also published games under the budget re-release labels Encore and Hit-Pak. With the rise in the popularity of mobile games, Elite began to focus on mobile conversions, and have also developed and published some new games, such as AVP. In 2005, the publication Retro Gamer credited the Elite team in Volume 2-Issue 1 as Richard Benton, M. Hyden and Steve Wilcox.

AwardsEdit


Time
Kills
Score

ReleasesEdit


Alien v Predator (Superscape)
Alien v Predator (Elite Systems)
Alien v Predator 3D

ReceptionEdit


ReferencesEdit

CitationsEdit

Alien v Predator by Elite Systems
Elite Systems

FootnotesEdit

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