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A remake of the classic arcade game from 1989. After the Xenites' defeat in the Galactic Conflict which took place in the first Xenon, they have returned with a plan to wipe out the player's history by planting four bombs in space-time areas. The Megablaster pilot will have to fend off the bizarre wildlife around them. It is necessary to destroy the largest animal in each area as they have been fused with the bomb; once the creature is slain, the bomb is shut off. Have Fun!
Do you miss the good old times, and those space video games you played when you were a kid. If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play a free classic Xenon Megablast game online. Am I right? ;)
Control the heavy space destroyer using your mouse. Fire by clicking the left mouse button. At the controls of heavy space destroyer, you are fighting an alien invasion. You must get to the end of the round, destroying as many enemy units as possible along the way. Pick up the bonuses they will assist you in your mission.
Xenon Megablast is a higly respected arcade classic. Immediately following the golden age of arcade games a number of key playing companies in the field of game development were intensely battling it out for the biggest share of the now booming marketplace by attempting to release games that pushed the boundaries of their genres. In the late 1980's home consoles and arcade machines had moved on from single static screens and totally flat 2-D graphics; players could now enjoy richer image resolutions, faster speeds and a range of complex game-play control options. The big name game companies like Atari, Taito and Capcom had already carved out the beginnings of a number of solid top level genres, which all other developers could conveniently release their creations under. The stage was finally set for a flood of talented programmers to test the boundaries that had been setup and come out with some truly ground breaking ideas. If you were lucky enough to have been a kid at that particular time you would have thoroughly enjoyed some of the big hit classics such as Capcom's Street Fighter, Midway's Mortal Kombat, Sega's Out Run or Atari's Tetris puzzle game. There was something to suit almost every taste, but in the genre of space ship soot-em-ups there was one game that really stood out for its unique game-play and ahead of its time graphic quality, Xenon Mega Blast (1989). Unlike other popular games of the time this gem of a title was produced by a small unknown group of developers called 'The Assembly Line' and created specifically for the Atari ST and Amiga Consoles, but possibly came to fame with its later release on the Sega 16-bit.