Area 51

Action 1996 Windows Atari Shooter Mystery

aliens need to go! A great shooter, satisfying and well produced

Area 51 was a game released a while back, who got a free release after a point, but that was not because of its lacking quality, more probably because it wasn't a very long game. But, for what it's worth, if you like shooting in first persona and pointing your muzzle at aliens, this game will most definitely get your blood pumping. It's got a bit of that Painkiller vibe, survival style, but maybe less cartoonish. At least the story that ties your alien massacres to the game is a sort of realistic one, tied, as the name suggests, to activities of the famous Area 51. But, as with games where horses of baddies want you, the story may or may not really play much of a role in the game. It's more of a choice of yours. If you want to give it a go, do it, if not, you won't lose much. So, yeah, if muzzling aliens seems like a nice past time, this has got it all, except length. But, since you might get the game freely still, it's no reason not to give it a try. Especially since the game can be found freely and played at your leisure.

Beware of aliens

Are we alone in the universe? Is there life on another planet? Area 51 brings the answer the all these questions: the US government takes the aliens, experiments on them and would you believe that it turn on them? the game was marketed as a horror survival FPS game, yet the game barely resemble a horror game! The gameplay is like in other FPS games, but with some great innovations, like being able to dual wield an assault rifle or use operable object such as plasma cannons. Apart from that, for me it's just an FPS game where you shoot anything on sight.

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