The Fox Kids' series based on the forgettable alien-bashing movie Evolution looks mighty pretty as a side-scroller on the Game Boy Advance.
Taking the role of Dr. Ira Kane (David Duchovny in the movie), players scour the Arizona desert and a top-secret lab for outer-space scum.
After chatty team-member Harry Block fills you in on the extraterrestrial eeriness, grab your blaster and head for the desert. Harry tries too hard to sound cool and will expand your vocabulary with words like "pheromones" (odorless chemicals that increase sex appeal, in case you're wondering). But his message is always pretty much the same: find a pass card, then activate a machine or enter a room.
Meeting objectives will require plenty of running, jumping and blasting by the highly acrobatic Kane. Some of the levels are quite complicated, so keep track of where you've been. Progress is saved by lengthy passwords.
Kane should crouch to blast slithering critters and fire up or at an angle at airborne aliens. Mastering the finicky controls for climbing ladders will take a bit of practice.
The game's blistering pace and superb graphics put Alienators: Evolution Continues a notch above typical cartoon-based Paks, and, indeed, the movie on which it's based.
Alienators: Evolution Continues is in stores now.
Contributed by Xoleras (66109) on Dec 23, 2004.
Be the Solution to Alien Evolution
You thought you'd rid the Earth of the aliens. But now they're back, and the evolution of hostile life-forms continues. Lucky for Earth, the Alienators are on the job. Use all the alien-butt-kicking science within your grasp to battle the Genus... before this evil evolves to a state of total supermacy and succeeds in global domination!
Blast the Genus with your Devolver using 6 cool attachments, including rockets, rapid-fire and grenades!
Fight the alien menace, battling against 10 unique Genus monsters through 12 enemy-infested levels.
As Seen on TV!
As Dr. Ira Kane, zap monsters and interact with characters from the show, including Wayne Green and Harry Block.
Contributed by Corn Popper (69622) on May 24, 2003.