A small desert town has been infiltrated by alien body snatchers. As the head of a special army surveillance team, help identify and take out the aliens. Some of them hold parts of the code that shows the location of their mothership.

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DiSalvo (as Leslie Harter)
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Agent #1 (as Lawrence McNeal III)
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General
Maureen O'Boyle ...
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Waitress #2 (as Francine Forbes)
Hans Howes ...
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Card Player #1 (as Bradley James Bovee)
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Sorin Serene Pricopie ...
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J.P. Romano ...
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A small desert town has been infiltrated by alien body snatchers. As the head of a special army surveillance team, help identify and take out the aliens. Some of them hold parts of the code that shows the location of their mothership.

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Dwight H. Little, the director of this interactive movie game, had a successful career directing films and television shows. Among his earlier projects, include; Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers (1988), and Rapid Fire (1992) . See more »

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[the abandoned salt mine at the edge of town. Inside the tunnel, Shotgun steps out from behind a corner. An unidentified man follows closely behind, also armed with a shotgun]
Shotgun: [cocks shotgun] Halt!
Reece: Federal Agent! Let me see your badges!
Shotgun: [cocks shotgun again] Badges? We don't need no stinking badges!
[Reece flashes his badge to the two armed men]
Shotgun: You want us gone?
Reece: No, we never saw you.
[Reece retreats as the two armed men turn and retreat back down the tunnel they emerged from]
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Pushing FMV gaming to the limit
19 January 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

This was one of the better FMV (Full Motion Video) games for the Mega CD/Sega CD. In this game a small Texas town is being invaded by aliens, and you're their only hope. If you can't stop them, they'll invade the entire world. Most of the time, you have four cameras that you control at four critical points in the city. You have to switch between the cameras and shoot the aliens when necessary. You do this by controlling a cross hair with your control pad. You also need to collect letters and numbers for a code that will later get you into the aliens secret base. It's a pretty cool game that's pretty well acted. It kinda feels like you're controlling a cool B-movie. The game was directed by Dwight H. Little, who has directed films such as Murder at 1600 and Rapid Fire, and TV show such as The X-Files and Prison Break. It's a pretty fun game, and it shows what you can do if you really try to push the FMV game formula to the max. If you have a Mega CD/Sega CD, don't pass this up!


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