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Alien: Blackout is a new Alien survival horror game coming to Google Play

The Alien franchise hasn't had the best of luck when it comes to video game adaptations, but that's in the past as one of the more recently released titles Alien: Isolation was received positively by fans and critics alike, and rightfully so. It was a well-made stealth survival game that tied into one of the best films in the series, and it would appear mobile users will be getting a sequel of sorts with the upcoming release of Alien: Blackout.

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[Bonus Round] Z.O.N.A Shadow of Lemansk, Eat All The Things, Throne Quest RPG, Spectrum Break, Faraway 4: Ancient Escape, Terminator: Survival, and Mech Battle

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a first-person post-apocalyptic shooter, an adorable food-filled platformer, a new RPG from the creator of the 9th Dawn series, a psychedelic brick-breaking platformer, a gorgeous escape the room game, an officially licensed Terminator card game, and an awesome looking giant mech battler.

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Stealth horror game 'Hello Neighbor' is out on Android

Hello Neighbor is a creepy stealth adventure puzzle game that just landed on Android. It's been available on PC and consoles since the end of last year, so it may look a little familiar. You get to play the part of a nosey child who is going to spend a lot of time trying to sneak into their mysterious neighbor's house. The cool bit is a smart AI controls this neighbor, which means you will never know exactly how he will behave.

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[Deal Alert] Deliciously creepy adventure game LIMBO on sale at Google Play for $0.99 ($4 off)

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[Deal Alert] Twilight Pro Unlock and Bulb Boy down to 10 cents in various countries (not in US)

Another week, another combo of app and game deals on the Play Store. And this week, we have a great selection if you ask me.

The app is Twilight Pro Unlock, the paid version of Twilight which filters the blue light from your display at night to limit its effects on your sleep cycle. Even if that's not 100% proven scientifically, the soft red filter does indeed tone down the display and should be more pleasant to look at in dark environments and at night. The Pro version lets you set more than 2 profiles, adjust the transition time, and completely turn off the Twilight service on your phone when it's not working.

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2D psychological horror game DISTRAINT jumps from Steam to the Play Store

Horror comes in many flavors... just don't tell that to whoever's filming the seventh Paranormal Activity movie on some Hollywood lot right now. Case in point: Steam's horror section is a cavalcade of creepiness, with games like the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise sitting alongside Amnesia and The Evil Within. And lest you think it's only possible to scare in three dimensions, there's also DISTRAINT, an indie 2D side-scroller that's dripping with horror themes. The game popped up on Steam last year, but now it's available in the Play Store for free.

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DotEmu's Android Port Of Point-And-Click Horror Classic Sanitarium Arrives Just In Time For Halloween

Are you looking for something creepy to set the mood while you wait for the sun to go down on Halloween? Alternately, are you looking for something to do while you wait for your hangover to go away on Sunday morning? Sanitarium, a game originally released for the PC way back in 1998 and now revived by the mobile port experts at DotEmu, should fit the bill. It's been published to the Play Store with impeccable timing, and you can pick it up now for $3.99 with no ads or in-app purchases.

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Jump Scare Fans, Pull Out Your Wallets: Five Nights At Freddy's 4 Is Live In The Play Store

Developer Scott Cawthon has an output schedule that would make the producers of the Saw movies jealous. It's been just under twelve months since the original adventure-horror game Five Nights at Freddy's was released on PC, followed by the second entry in the series in November of last year and the third in March. The latest version, Five Nights at Freddy's 4, gets an almost simultaneous release - it came out for Steam on Thursday and now you can get it on your Android phone or tablet.

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