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'Alien Havoc' (NDS) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on May 28, 2009 @ 4:50 p.m. PDT

Alien Havoc is a throwback to the classic arcade game genre, putting gamers in command of a little alien who must pluck cows from farms on Earth, load them onto his spaceship, and bring them back to his home planet.

An original Creat Studios IP, Alien Havoc has the look and feel of an updated classic era arcade game.

Alien Havoc is a throwback to the classic arcade game genre, putting gamers in command of a little alien who must pluck cows from farms on Earth, load them onto his spaceship, and bring them back to his home planet. The farmers, however, won’t let their cows go without a fight. Players must tackle wrapping farm mazes of confusion, play hide and sneak under the cover of tall grass, and throw veggies, rocks, or whatever they can get their alien claws on at the farmers as they fight to bring these valuable livestock back to their home world.

Alien Havoc Features Include:

  • Classic Gameplay. Getting back to the basics, your objective is to fight the farmers and clear each level of all cows and reach the end with the highest score possible.
  • Challenge yourself. 20 wacky levels, delivering a mix of mazes, puzzles and action.
  • Unlockable mini game. Work your way through the levels and unlock the hidden mini game.
  • Customizable. Choose from four alien heads (three of which must be unlocked) and customize the color of your alien’s body, head and eyes.

“Alien Havoc is a true return to the classic arcade games from the 1980s with simple, yet wildly entertaining gameplay,” said Vladimir Starzhevsky, CEO of Creat Studios. “We are thrilled to be publishing our first game for Nintendo’s new handheld game system, and believe strongly in the downloadable games model that DSiWare supports.”

Alien Havoc is expected to be released for the NDSi via DSiWare summer 2009.

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