Alien 3 Plus

 Alien-3-Plus-nes-rom-hackAlien 3 Plus is based on the NES Game Alien.


Game Title : Alien 3 Plus
Game Rating :
0/5 (1)
Game Type : Action
Release Date : 20th December 2015

Modes : Single Player

Alien 3 Plus

Built to improve a few things with the graphics and gameplay to make the game more fun to play.

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Changes made to the game include: – Swapping the B and A buttons. – Twice the time to finish the levels. – Also fixed the scroll problems when you walk.

A redesign sprite for Ripley and the aliens.  Change of the palettes of the levels.  Stronger Aliens to combat.  Also the ending has been changed.
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You can use the links below to download Alien 3 Plus.  If you play this game please come back after and post a comment to let us know what you thought of the game

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Alien 3 Plus – Q&A

Question : I have Downloaded The ROM Hack But What Do I Do Next?
Answer : Watch this video for instructions on what to do. When you download this hack the download will contain a .ips file (Not a ROM file), This .ips file is a patch which you need to apply to the original ROM in order to be able to play the hacked game. The easiest thing to do is copy the .ips file in to the same folder as the original ROM and make sure the .ips and .rom file have the same name, for example

  • Super_Mario.ips
  • Super_Mario.rom

Now launch your emulator and then open the ROM and you should be able to play the hack. If the hack does not load you will need to patch the ROM file with the IPS file.

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Justin Mermack

Justin is a gaming enthusiast that relishes replaying and reminiscing with fellow gamers about the retro video games we all grew up loving. Using his spare time, he writes on all things Nintendo, but you'll be hard-pressed not to find a controller in his hand.

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