From InsideMacGames.com: A new game has come to the Mac courtesy of Dream Mechanics and one of the most unlikely sources: broadcasting giant ABC. Titled Alias: Underground and based on the TV show that shares the same name, this game puts fans in control of Sydney Bristow, a female agent who's job, like most spies, is to save the world single-handedly time and time again. Not being a big fan of TV, I'd never heard of Alias until asked to write the review for the game. As near as I can tell, it features a hot female superspy who knows martial arts, an archetype that could probably be applied to 95% of LA's female population. Fans of both Sydney and the show will no doubt barrage my inbox at this point with informative and/or threatening e-mails, but as far as gleaning information simply from playing the game, this is about all I can get. Gameplay: Tomb Raider Extra-Lite Alias is unique in the fact that it isn't a single game. Instead, it is split up into a series of level downloads, starting with a mandatory training mission download and branching off into a series of missions. In order to download, players need to register with the official Alias site first, ensuring their eternal bondage to ABC. While the process may seem a bit tedious, it should also be noted that Alias is, besides the signing over of your identity and soul, completely free of charge, a price that even the most strapped student should be able to afford. The complete review (which is not short) can be found here.