Overview of the game:
Alien Syndrome is a popular PlayStation PSP video game, and now you can play this game on Android using the PPSSPP emulator. Alien Syndrome (ien run The Game) Two players control soldiers named Ricky and Mary, fighting their way through eight large scrolling levels while rescuing their comrades held captive by aliens. After rescuing a certain number of hostages, the exit opens, allowing them to pass through and confront the guardian at the end of the level. If this boss is defeated, they can then move on to the next stage. Alien Syndrome features simultaneous play and pick-up-and-play gameplay that aids the player, including better weapons and maps for the current level.
In 1988, the game was ported to Sega Master System, MSX, Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System (published by Tengen). Later, the game was ported to ZX Spectrum (1989), Sega Game Gear (1992), and Sharp X68000 (1992), with the latter being the only perfect port of the arcade version.
Alien Syndrome is one of the strongest games for Android and PSP to date. The full game size is only 470 MB on the PPSSPP emulator for Android, featuring high-speed action, wireless multiplayer battles, and the most powerful fighters. The game offers seven play modes, including a compelling story mode. It stands out with highly detailed graphics that work well on the PPSSPP emulator.
Each mission is different from the others, with varying challenges and more powerful forms. Note: The version you download from our site is an ISO version that works directly on PSP devices. For Android, you need to download the emulator before downloading the game for it to run properly.
The game was also converted to polygonal graphics for the PS2 as part of the Sega Ages reissue program and included in the American release of the Sega Classics collection (removed from the European release for a lower age rating). This version has updated controls, adding the use of both analog sticks, similar to those seen in Sheriff, Robotron: 2084, and Smash TV. The original arcade game was also included as an unlockable in the Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection. A sequel with the same name, Alien Syndrome, was released for Wii and PSP on July 24, 2007.