Alien: Blackout 12+

Space Survival Horror


Designed for iPad

    • £0.79



The terror of Alien is brought to life in Alien: Blackout. Try to stay alive while trapped aboard a crippled Weyland-Yutani space station carrying a deadly Xenomorph as it tirelessly hunts you and the crew. Outsmart the perfect hunter by making perilous choices. Players must rely on the damaged controls of the space station or risk sacrificing crew members to avoid deadly contact, permanently altering the outcome of the game.

Survive seven fear-inducing levels by remotely guiding Amanda Ripley's crew through increasingly challenging tasks using only the station’s emergency systems. The uncertainty and unpredictability of both the alien and her crew can impose total defeat for Amanda and the entire station.

Alien: Blackout is a unique fear-inducing horror mobile game experience that will test the inner nerves of both Alien and horror fans alike, where life can end in an instant.


SURVIVE OR DIE – Using only the space station’s limited power supply to operate a holographic map, surveillance cameras, and motion tracker, attempt to remain hidden and protect your crew from the perfect hunter in seven fear-inducing levels.

A NEW CHAPTER IN THE ALIEN FRANCHISE – A new chapter in the Alien franchise following the saga of Amanda Ripley, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, between the films Alien and Aliens.

FIRST CLASS ALIEN MOBILE EXPERIENCE – An immersive and captivating Alien experience, perfectly designed for mobile gaming, bringing the Alien story to life.

ENCOUNTER FEAR AGAIN AND AGAIN – Every decision can be fatal! Fewer crew members makes missions more challenging. Players can test different strategies and theories to outlast the Xenomorph in pursuit of victory!

What’s New

Version 2.0.0

"SURVIVE" is an all-new, hard core way to play Alien: Blackout. There are no saves between levels, no restarts, and you only have 3 power slots. Can you survive Alien: Blackout?

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
177 Ratings

177 Ratings

AdamW534 ,

An Unpredictable Alien that keeps you on your toes

Alien: Isolation is one of those horror games that really impressed me and I long wanted a sequel so I was eager when I heard an indirect sequel was being made I jumped at the chance to jump on board and continue Amanda Ripleys story. Beautiful graphics and an intuitive UI really gives you that feel of the Alien Universe, one that is dark and gritty. The story is perfect and being placed in charge of a group of survivors who you must navigate to survival all the while trying to avoid an unpredictable Alien who never does the same thing twice as well as survive yourself, immerses you in a wonderful story. I like the mobile controls and would have liked a Console sequel but this game is equally as satisfying. It’s a game that requires a lot of deep thinking and the one off cost means no other purchases which is good so you can play this to your hearts content. I hope they carry on Amanda Ripleys story in some other form. I feel bridging the gap between Alien and Aliens is doing justice and is finding a way do carry on the franchise without tiring it out. A very nice sequel and nicely done on iPhone

chowie123 ,

Honest review

So I didn’t want to get this game originally, purely because of the disappointment of it not being a true Isolation sequel, but that was just me being petty. I’m hoping that the company needed some extra cash so they have made this to help fund isolation 2 🙏 also the fact that it doesn’t have any micro transactions convinced me to stop being a baby and just try it out, so I did. It’s pretty good fun, for about 45 minutes, when I completed the whole game. Seriously, this is not a long game by any stretch of the imagination. There are 7 levels and each one can be completed in about 5 or 6 minutes once you’ve figured out the mechanics of it all. Because of the AI of the alien, I thought at first that the story shouldn’t matter too much, and that I’m sure I’ll have fun just repeating those 7 levels again, but no. There is no level select so I can either play the final mission over and over again, or start a new game from scratch. Also, I really can’t be bothered going through all the un-skippable dialogue of the characters again when all I want is a quick 5 minute game. So it’s pretty much game over man, unless they add an arcade mode, with just me, 4 characters, the level of my choosing and an angry alien, then I would come back to it. Maybe even a level creater mode? Have the community make some levels and keep the game alive!

Sheakun ,

Much better than I first thought

Let it be known that Alien Isolation is one of the most terrifyingly intense games I’ve ever played and I can’t get enough of it even after 4-5 play throughs.

When I heard there was a sequel I was very excited.

I was less excited when I realised it was going to be a mobile game because I knew it wouldn’t be the same as Isolation. I bought it none the less and on my first play though I picked it up and almost immediately put it down thinking it was not for me.

I would periodically come back to read a few reviews on the App Store saying good things about the game so I picked it up a second time just a couple days ago and I was hooked.

It was intense and terrifying in its own way and I’m really glad I gave it a second chance. I love where the story is going and can’t wait to explore any further instalments that come out, be they console or mobile based.

tldr: Don’t deny this game outright because of its differences to Isolation. It’s a fantastic game in its own right. I only wish it were longer.

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