Alien Hominid: The Extra Terrestrial Bundle Trailer Released

A double dose of Alien Hominid can be yours with the release of The Behemoth’s Alien Hominid: The Extra Terrestrial Bundle.

Set to release on November 1, Alien Hominid: The Extra Terrestrial Bundle will feature Alien Hominid Invasion and Alien Hominid HD.

In the case of Alien Hominid Invasion, players will be able to abduct intel from enemies to sabotage their plans, observe the oddities of human life, blow up bosses, and mutate into a variety of powerful Alien forms. Up to four-player local and online co-op are available, along with all new enemies and bosses.

Meanwhile, Alien Hominid HD features hand-drawn graphics, 2D side-scroller gameplay, and two-player co-op as players shoot everything in their path. All of the original mini games will also be available, including 201 levels of PDA Games and Super Soviet Missile Master, among others.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Alien Hominid: The Extra Terrestrial Bundle Trailer

For those who’d rather get the games piecemeal, one can get Alien Hominid Invasion on Steam here and Alien Hominid HD on Steam here.

The prices for each can be seen below:
– Alien Hominid Invasion – $19.99
– Alien Hominid HD – $11.99
– Alien Hominid: The Extra Terrestrial Bundle – $24.99

The games will also come out for the Nintendo Switch and Xbox.

Source: YouTube
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