|Alien v Predator 3D|
|23th March 2006|
Release date for the game Alien v Predator 3D;
EU 23th March 2006 US 22th May 2006
Superscape's Alien v Predator 3D is an on-rail arcade-style shooter that sends players on a tour through the antarctic pyramid a location which provided a playground for the warring alien and predator tribes.
This is Superscape's 2006 mobile game and is different to Superscape's 2004 platform game Alien v Predator, also played as a human, alien or predator and different from the Alien v Predator version which was published by Elite Systems in 2004.
The game begins in the whaling station and a leisurely-paced tutorial lets you practice with a few game mechanics, such as the snap-to targeting, which is a major saving grace. When you move the cursor close to an enemy, the reticle automatically "snaps on" to the target so you can fire with assurance and authority. This system works exceptionally well for a mobile game, since the platform doesn't have a sterling rep for offering surgical controls.
While moving through the levels you encounter medicine balls that up your health, as well as extra ammunition and shield icons that boost your chances of survival. There are also environmental targets such as exploding barrels and stalactites that injure nearby monsters or clear routes through the play areas.
You can play in the following modes;
On screen controls
On screen display
Health, weapons, kills, ammo.
Play as Marines, Aliens, and Predators
Superscape was a publisher of mobile games. The company has developed several mobile games, licensed from such companies as 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, Sony Pictures Mobile and Global Wireless entertainment. Superscape evolved from Incentive Software, a publisher of home computer games in the 1980s and 1990s.
Alien v Predator (Superscape)
Alien v Predator (Elite Systems)
Alien v Predator 3D