Alien Breed: Impact Crack/Patch

Alien Breed: Impact Alien Breed: Impact is an explosive science fiction arcade-shooter that resurrects a much revered franchise with an epic story, swarms of highly intelligent alien enemies, high-impact weapons, highly detailed and rich environments; all implemented with superb technology in a state-of-the-art gaming experience.

Download Alien Breed: Impact Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
User rating
6.2
Downloads 1080
Genre Action Adventure, Horror, Survival
Company / Developer
Team 17 / Team 17

Alien Breed: Impact reviews ( 7 )

farster, Feb 14, 2014

2-person co-op is where this game shines, and feels totally different than the single-player mode most reviews rate poorly. For instance, in co-op it is a progressive route, not running pointlessly back and forth as required in single user.

keefbaker, Nov 1, 2013

Ton of old school fun with nice new school visuals. Of course the original Alien Breed was essentially a "clone" of the arcade game Alien Syndrome. This is much more than that. The level design is much better than alien breed 2, there seems to be less of the constant runaround there was in the original, even if you are still basically running about flicking switches. If you like top down shooters then of course, get it. If not then well... this isn't for you.

Nahakieri, Nov 16, 2010

Alien Breed is a nice looking top-down shooter. It's a really good old-school game, it wouldn't bother you with long briefings or lots of text, everything you need to do is just shoot in well designed monsters, open doors and sometimes try to found special keys or any other ways how to get to the next point. Several times Team 17 offers player different game-play thing like to run from a giant alien or to kill a boss. You will go throw different kinds of levels, and will be a little disappointed in the end. Good entertainment for a couple of evenings.

libellus, Aug 19, 2010

This is an overhead, 3rd person shooter, much like Alien Swarm. You spend a lot of time running from Point A to Point B and back again, meanwhile killing aliens and picking up ammo, credits (currency), logs, and searching dead bodies for useful stuff. The upgrades are nowhere near op, the graphics are meh, the plot is kind of awkward, and default moving speed is "walk" (you have to hold a button down constantly to run and not all places will allow you to run).Despite that, they do throw in different timed missions and a couple of small puzzles to keep it interesting. Elite mode is pretty easy, so easy mode would probably be perfect for a kid. An excellent time-suck kind of game. I paid about $5 for it during a steam sale, so for the price, it's better than most.

igor-qwe, Feb 21, 2013

Maybe the reason is that I played "Alien Breed" trilogy after I put my hands on "Alien Swarm", or maybe it is the game itself, but it is difficult to say something positive about this game. Lack of good story, boring gameplay, way too difficult unbalanced co-op. Ok, I do believe, that the game had some potential but it was wasted.

gamelog, Jan 12, 2018

Lost my account access from a former email, so I'm reposting this review: This game could have been very decent, but it suffers from a mountain of gameplay issues that all add up to a frustrating experience. Moving freely is inhibiting, as you easily get caught on corners of objects that are often in the dark, not to mention that your movement speed can be charitably described as trundling at best. You can sprint, but you have to hold down a button, and your limit (which isn't represented by any sort of stamina bar) is far too short. The camera issues are no better, as every time your mouse touches the edge of the screen your perspective rotates, making navigating and gunplay supremely dissatisfying. You're zoomed in too far on your character, which means you can't see what's going on around you, even in the same room. And even if the mechanics of battle worked well, shooting the aliens gives little feedback to the player. Bullets travel over the aliens' heads until they seemingly die randomly of heart attacks. All in all, this game could have been much better, but pretty much every programming decision that went into creating it ended up failing. For a much better example of the top-down alien shooter genre see the game Shadowgrounds.

jetSetWilly, Oct 7, 2011

Lame horrible filth! I hate having this game on my list of steam games. It makes me feel like a douchbag just for buying it. I only got it since the old amiga version was so cool back in the day but to make exactly the same game today is just pathetic. What a sad little game!!!