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Alien: Isolation goes mobile with iOS and Android editions

On the bus, no one can hear you scream. Wait, that’s not true. Everybody around you can hear you scream as you play Alien: Isolation on mobile.

Mobile shrieking

As video games go, Alien: Isolation might be a little long in the double-jawed tooth. Released in 2014, the game is still a favorite though, thanks to it actually managing to convey the terror of the original Alien film.

No game before or since has really been able to capture the fear of that film. It’s a particular one too, cast onto audiences by just one xenomorph, stalking its canned prey through the corridors of a spacecraft. Isolation changes that formula just a bit, by moving the action to a space station (and exchanging Ripleys), but the themes remain.

And now it’s going mobile. The same title that scared players on the Xbox One and PS4 will be making the leap to mobile platforms. apkpure is the application of the alternative Android app store that allows us to download all sorts of applications that you can’t find on Google Play Store.

Alien: Isolation on mobile offers a mesmeric action-adventure on a damaged labyrinthine space station, lightyears from Earth. The stunning AAA visuals, arresting narrative and terrifying atmosphere of Creative Assembly™’s award-winning sci-fi masterpiece have been faithfully replicated for phones and tablets. This is the complete survival horror experience brought to mobile without compromise.

Sega

Alien: Isolation will be fully tailored to a touchscreen interface, with “bespoke” controls. The scheme will be completely customizable, and will also support gamepads. So if you prefer a controller, you’re in luck.

Additionally, all 7 packs of DLC will be included with the game. Yep, this one’s got everything from Last Survivor to Crew Expendable. It’s coming up quick too, just in time to get your blood pumping while you wait on line for holiday gifts.

Alien: Isolation will arrive on both iOS and Android on December 16th, 2021.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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