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Alias Underground Episode 1: SD-6 Agent Training

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ABC Television released this promotional episodic videogame to hype the TV show starring Jennifer Garner as an undercover CIA spy named Sydney Bristow. The training mission plus 9 more episodes were available for download on ABC's website initially prior to and during the second season of the show. It is a 3D third-person stealth/action game and episodes came out on a monthly basis between September 2002 and June 2003.

From both 3rd or 1st-person perspective, Sydney can run, jump, duck, climb, and interact with objects. When encountering a bad guy, she can punch, kick, or shoot if she gets hold of a gun which will allow you to zoom in when in first-person mode. Sydney must use various disguises and act covertly, so as not to blow her cover, while infiltrating various areas.

There was a contest which ran until June 30, 2003 based on getting a high score in the game and it featured prizes from Ford Focus cars and Nokia phones which were also featured as in-game ad sponsors. Initially a free game, ABC later charged US$0.99 for each mission excluding the training mission.

This first episode trains you on how to become a field agent, and shows you how to master the moves. It was released concurrently with the Turkish Embassy episode and must be completed first before continuing.

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Mac Gamer Macintosh Apr 14, 2003 65 out of 100 65
Inside Mac Games (IMG) Macintosh Feb 24, 2003 4 out of 10 40

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Related Web Sites

  • You Spy (An Apple Games article about the Mac version of Alias Underground, with commentary provided by Producer, Writer, and Director J.J. Abrams (December, 2002).)
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