X-Men: Apocalypse – 20th Century Fox have released a trio of playable in-movie games in the run-up to the films release

By ·May 3, 2016 11:51 pm

As the imminent release of X-Men: Apocalypse approaches, the genius marketing team at 20th Century Fox have released three Atari inspired X-men games for fans to play. This is in homage to a sequence in the upcoming film set inside of a shopping mall which includes a Space Port Arcade.

All of the games can be reached at SpacePortArcade.com. In the movie universe humans and mutants exist together, so much so that even mutants have become the norm and their inclusion in video games of the era isn’t anything to be balked at. We have descriptions and screenshots of the games below, but we urge to have a go on the games yourself. Make sure to have audio on as it’s perfect and full of nostalgia, also be sure to read the instructions for some of the games.

20th Century Fox have really outdone themsevles with these games. Bravo!

Mutant Conquest

Secrets long buried beneath the Egyptian sands are yours to uncover – if you can survive. Beware the Four Protectors of the Pyramid, who will stop at nothing to prevent your escape from the perils of their catacombs.

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Track & Field: Mutant All-Stars

Run, jump, and throw your way to victory in this amazing All-Star competition that pits you against the world’s most elite mutant athletes in a head-to-head competition for Gold medal supremacy.

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Revenge of Hero X

After defending the universe from the Zombie invasion of Planet-2149, Hero X returns for a new mission – saving humanity from a deadly robot apocalypse that has enslaved the world.

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X-Men: Apocalypse is due for release May 18th.

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Written by Michael James Ilett


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Michael can often be found building LEGO, playing Civilization V and World of Warcraft, watching Sci-Fi and continuing to wait for “The Winds of Winter” to be released.

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