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Alien Breed

Alien Breed
3.5
Platforms: PC, Amiga
Publisher: MicroLeague Multimedia
Developer: Team 17
Genres: Arcade / Shoot 'Em Up
Release Date: 1993
Game Modes: Singleplayer / Multiplayer

9Alien Breed was already a huge success on the Amiga before it was transfered to the PC. The game is a simple top-down shoot ’em up, supporting both singleplayer and two-player modes. You’ll be fighting through 18 levels, each with a specific task to accomplish. Terminals give you access on the space station’s layout. You’re also given a code upon reaching a new level, which you can use in later games to skip all of the previous levels.

Alien Breed is simple, fun and easy to enjoy as a straightforward shooter. The game has all of the hallmarks of an arcade game, so don’t expect any tactical depth to keep you distracted from blowing up aliens.


System Requirements: 486/33 MHz, 4 MB RAM, DOS

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One Comment

  1. David says:

    Hey, I really like the site and the games are very good, just nostalgic old school memories. I would like and thank it a lot if you could upload WarGames (1995) for PC, from MGM Interactive. It was an old strategy game, not so known as its PS1 counterpart that was a real fail, but by that time it was one of the strategy games with best graphics, gameplay, interactivity and complexity I’ve ever played, vanishing other 90’s classics like Command & Conquer, WarCraft and even Age of Empires originals. It was a really advanced game for that time. It has been a really hard one to find.

    Thanks.

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