Last week, Alien: Blackout landed on mobile. It's a pretty interesting take on the franchise that sees you playing as Ripley's daughter and guiding a team of rescuers through the xenomorph-infested corridors of a stricken space station. Think Five Nights at Freddy's but with Giger-designed monsters instead of animatronic teddy bears and you're getting there.
All of that made us think about the other games you can grab on the App Store that are based on best-selling pop culture franchises. We've picked three, but obviously there are way more out there. We'd love to hear if you've got your own, so do make your own suggestions in the comments section down at the bottom of the article.
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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series
There might have been a lot of controversy surrounding this one, especially in the wake of the sad ending of Telltale, but it's still well worth checking out. It's a huge story that features all of your favorite characters from the movies and comics. It captures the cheeky humor of the films and offers up some intriguing choices that fans of the series are really going to get on with.
The Amazing Spider-Man
Sure this timeline of movie Spider-Man might be dead now, but this Gameloft title manages to capture the feeling of swinging through the cavernous alleys of New York. There are some annoying bits here and there, but for the most part when you're ignoring the story, you're going to be having an absolute blast.
Reigns: Game of Thrones
The most recent game on the list, this one takes the shape of a Reigns game, but fills it up with characters, locations, and events from the smash hit HBO series. It's a pairing together of a mechanic and a setting that just works brilliantly. Pick it up, give it a go, and see how Westeros might fare under your benign or tyrannical leadership.