Loading screen with infos
The first mission briefing
As is now oh-so-cliche, you start with a pistol and soon upgrade to a shotgun.
This alien, however, is unimpressed with your fancy new scattergun.
Okay, I admit it; as I was walking through the complex, I just felt like I needed a hug. This, however, was NOT what I had in mind.
Eliminating an alien with the pulse rifle.
An enemy cyborg.
Welcoming committees shouldn't literally leap at you.
More fun with aliens and automatic weapons
The cryogenic sleep capsule room
The labs and offices
Alien Trilogy is innovative in that it is a first-person shooter with a viewable inventory system.
Unlike the later Aliens versus Predator, Alien Trilogy pits you against human and human-like enemies.
The Warrior Aliens are tougher.
Later mission briefing
Ah, the flamethrower! Wonderful for keeping those little buggers away.
Alien eggs... we're close to the Queen now...
The alien Queen doesn't take well to interruptions of her daily routine.
Shotgun and shells. Groovy...
Human type enemy
Bloody massacre. YEAH!
Aliens and dark. Where is infra-vision?
Intro - the marines are in trouble
Boxes can contain useful items - or Facehuggers
Destroying some explosive barrels with a shotgun
An Alien is attacking
In some missions you also have to kill infected personel
Lots of Facehuggers in this pool
The Aliens move pretty fast
Loading Screen (PAL Version)
Title Screen (PAL Version)
Mission Briefing (German) (PAL Version)
In-Game #1 (PAL Version)
In-Game #2 (PAL Version)
In-Game #3 (PAL Version)
In-Game #4 (PAL Version)
In-Game #5 (PAL Version)
Loading Screen (German PAL version).
Intro - the first squad of marines arrives at the colony complex.
Title Screen (German PAL version).
Mission Briefing (German PAL version).
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Let's rock!
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Partytime! With the shotgun you can now blow up the red barrels. Some of the crates conceal facehuggers.
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ "Face/Off"
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ The exit elevator.
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ The corridor is full of steam vents. And aliens.
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ "The Great Silence".
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Lt. Ripley is invulnerable when in Hyper mode.
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ "Director's Cut" No.1: The German version is censored, with all human enemies cut out; they were replaced by facehuggers and aliens. You can tell by the equipment they drop...
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Game over animation.
Password Screen. Think twice before you die! The password system is very unnerving!
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Science labs. Saturn has always had trouble doing transparency...
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Science labs. Sorry guys, I have to crash your party!
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ The garage.
Episode 1 - "Director's Cut" No.2: I'm fine with facehuggers dropping a shotgun, but this is ridiculous! In the uncensored version there's a Synthetic on the platform who uses YOU for target practice!
Episode 1 - The Colony ~ The Queen's lair.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ EEV hangar.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ Cryo-tubes inside the EEV.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ Inside the infirmary Lt. Ripley finds some juvenile dog aliens.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ The morgue.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ The automap also allows you to zoom in to a close-up view, showing details like doors, crates and destructible walls.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ Inside the maximum security wing.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ Some of the lockers can be blown up.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ The pressure system control is full of hidden rooms.
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ Shape your body workout! Let's do some Tae Bo home training with Dog Alien: "Punch! And Punch! And Kick!"
Episode 2 - The Prison ~ Knock the alien off the ceiling! Alas, it cannot attack you from there!
Mission report - a tribute to my suckage! Performing poorly, you'll have to replay the mission.