Enter our Alien: Isolation Steam key giveaway

Published On November 19, 2015 | By Kirk Hiner | Macintosh

Here we have our first ever game giveaway on Public Access Gaming, and it’s a good one. Just in time for Black Friday, the fine folks of Feral Interactive were kind enough to supply us with three Steam keys for their recently released survival horror game, Alien: Isolation (a $49.99 value).

The game follows Amanda Ripley—daughter of someone you may recall from the films—as she embarks on a mission to discover just what made her mother disappear fifteen years earlier. And, unfortunately for Amanda, she finds out.

Alien: Isolation

In Alien: Isolation, players will:

  • Outsmart and evade the unpredictable and ferociously intelligent Alien, who uses its heightened senses to hunt you down and respond to your every move.
  • Scavenge for hidden resources, craft items and use the Sevastopol’s battered technology to improvise distractions and defenses to keep you alive.
  • Explore the increasingly volatile Sevastopol, wracked with fear and mistrust, and stalked by a ruthless killer.
  • Immerse themselves in a superbly-realised survival horror game crafted with incredible fidelity to the atmosphere, art direction and production values of the classic 1979 sci-fi film Alien.

Our contest is running for one week only, as we want to award the winners early on Black Friday (either to knock off a gift idea for you, or so you have something to look forward to when you get home from all that shopping.

To enter, first check to see if your Mac is capable of running a game of this caliber, then read our giveaway rules and regulations to make sure you qualify and are cool with our policies. Finally, comment below to let us know which of the Alien movies was your favorite. That’s all it takes. We’ll quit accepting entries at midnight PST on November 26th, and winners will be randomly selected and notified by email the morning of November 27th.

Good luck!

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