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Alien 3 (stylized as ALIEN³) is a platform video game based on the 1992 film of the same name. The game was released for the Sega Genesis and Amiga in 1992. Additional versions were released in 1993, for the Commodore 64, Game Boy, Game Gear, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), and Master System.

Each version was developed by Probe Software, except for the Game Boy version, which was developed by Bits Studios. Acclaim Entertainment published the Commodore 64 version, Virgin Interactive published the Amiga version, while Arena Entertainment published the Game Gear and Genesis versions. LJN..



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For Alien 3 on the Super Nintendo, GameFAQs has 7 FAQs (game guides and walkthroughs).

Contents: 1)STORY 2)CONTROLS 3)GENERAL INFORMATION i)Cast ii)Aliens iii)Weapons iv)Inventory 4)STRUCTURE OF FIORINA 161 5)WALKTHROUGH 6)AIR DUCT MAPS / SOLUTIONS VERSION HISTORY ----- Version 1.0 09/02/01 Everything is finished!

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Second part of my walkthrough. In this part are levels 2.1-2.3 (4-6 in the game) + level guardian. Not much harder than first three levels except 2.3. I really hate the positions of enemies here ...

Alien3 is a 1993 video game published by LJN for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and based on the 1992 film of the same name. Rather than be a faithful adaptation of the film, it took the ...

This is a different game from the 1992 Alien 3, which was also developed by Probe and ported to other systems, and different from the Game Boy titles developed by Bits Studios.

Alien 3 (NES) Playthrough (No Damage, Hard). It's is a platform video game based on the 1992 film of the same name, developed by Probe Software and published by LJN. Played by ArekTheAbsolute ...

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In this video, Rob grinds his way through 6 levels of 16-bit Alien carnage in Alien 3 for the SNES. Buckle up, it's a long and bumpy ride! This was played on the ZSNES emulator and recorded using ...




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  • Probe Software

Game Data

Director: David Fincher

Produced by: Gordon Carroll, David Giler, Walter Hill

Screenplay by: David Giler, Walter Hill, Larry Ferguson

Story by: Vincent Ward

Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Charles S. Dutton, Charles Dance, Lance Henriksen

Music: Elliot Goldenthal

Cinematography: Alex Thomson

Edited by: Terry Rawlings

Production, company: 20th Century Fox, Brandywine Productions

Distributed by: 20th Century Fox

Released: May 22, 1992

Running time: 114 minutes

Country: United States

Language: English

Budget: $50–60 million

Box office: $159.8–$175 million

Game Background

Alien 3 is a 1992 American science fiction horror film directed by David Fincher and written by David Giler, Walter Hill, and Larry Ferguson from a story by Vincent Ward. It stars Sigourney Weaver reprising her role as Ellen Ripley. It is the third installment of the Alien franchise. Set right after the events of Aliens, Ripley and an Alien organism are the only survivors of the Colonial Marine spaceship Sulaco following an escape pod's crash on a planet housing a penal colony populated by violent male inmates. Additional roles are played by Charles Dance, Brian Glover, Charles S. Dutton, Ralph Brown, Paul McGann, Danny Webb, Lance Henriksen, Holt McCallany, Pete Postlethwaite, and Danielle Edmond. The film faced problems during production, including shooting without a script, with various screenwriters and directors attached. Fincher, in his feature directorial debut, was brought in to direct after a proposed version with Vincent Ward as director was cancelled during pre-production.