Battle the xenomorphs in new Aliens vs Pinball tables from Zen Studios

Zen Studios has released Aliens vs Pinball, a set of three pinball tables based on the popular sci-fi movie franchise. The game is available for the iPhone and iPad, along with Mac gamers, for $9.99.

Zen Studios says the first of the three tables is based on James Cameron's classic 1986 Aliens film:

Relive moments from the iconic 1986 film ALIENS, as Ripley and the Colonial Marines infiltrate LV-426 to eradicate the Xenomorph infestation in Aliens Pinball! Help Ellen Ripley as she faces off against the imposing 3D Alien Queen with her Flamethrower, use the real-time motion track to fend off attacking Aliens, survive the trek to the Atmosphere Processor in the M577 APC mini-game, and exterminate swarms of Aliens with the UA 571-C Automated Sentry Gun all while listening to memorable quotes from Ripley, Hicks, Hudson, and more taken directly from the film.

The second table is based on the acclaimed 2014 PC and console game Alien: Isolation:

Help Amanda Ripley survive the dangerous corridors of Sevastopol Space Station while evading a merciless Xenomorph. Additionally, you'll have to contend with "Working Joe" androids and Station Security Guards, craft weaponry, and hack computers while you keep an eye out for the relentless Alien.

Finally, the third table is Aliens vs Predator, as the xenomorphs go up against their biggest enemies of all:

Face off against Alien enemies and challenge your skills as you take on the role of a young Predator looking to make his mark in the Yautja ranks on the Alien vs. Predator pinball table. Emerge victorious as you calibrate your camouflage system, collect weapons, use your advanced targeting system, destroy Alien eggs in a lightning fast multi-ball mode, collect Hunting Trophies, and experience the thrill of the hunt!

Aliens vs Pinball can be downloaded as a stand-alone game for the iPhone and iPad via the iOS App Store. Mac gamers can get it via Zen Pinball 2 as an in-app download.

John Callaham

I have been writing professionally about technology and gaming news for 14 years.