Alien Shooter Revisited - Walkthrough Mission 4 (ASR Let's Play Gameplay )
Alien Shooter is an isometric top-down shooter video game developed and released by Sigma Team in 2003. It is the first title in the Alien Shooter series to be followed by Alien Shooter: Vengeance. Wikipedia
Initial release date: 2003
Genres: Shooter game
Developer: Sigma Team
Publishers: Sigma Team, Big Fish Games, Russobit-M
Platforms: Android, Microsoft Windows, iOS, PlayStation Vita
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