Last updated on September 12th, 2023 at 04:23 pm
Xenon 2: Megablast is a shoot-em-up game that was originally released for Amiga in 1989 and later ported to other platforms.
– Speed: Xenon 2: Megablast is a fast-paced and frenetic game that requires quick reflexes and a good deal of skill to complete.
– Graphics and Sound: The game has great graphics and an immersive sound atmosphere that make it an engaging gaming experience.
– Playability: The game is very playable and offers a good variety of weapons and power-ups that can be collected during gameplay.
– Difficulty: The game is challenging enough and requires some skill to complete.
– Porting: Some versions of the game, such as the one for Sega Mega Drive, have been criticized for their poor quality compared to the original Amiga version.
– Difficulty: Although the game’s difficulty can be seen as a plus, some players may find it too difficult and frustrating.
– The game’s soundtrack was composed by Bomb the Bass, a British electronic music group.
– The game’s name, Xenon 2: Megablast, is a reference to Xenon, a chemical element, and Megablast, a term used in nuclear explosions.
Xenon 2: Megablast is a very fun and engaging shoot-em-up game that offers a good challenge for players. The game’s graphics and sound are of high quality, and the game is very playable. However, some porting versions of the game have been criticized for their poor quality, and the game’s difficulty may be too high for some players.
The Bitmap Brothers were a UK based video game developer founded in 1987. The company entered the industry in 1988 with the scrolling shooter Xenon. They quickly followed with the classic Speedball. Prior to becoming the publisher of their own games (under Renegade Software), early Bitmap Brothers titles were distributed by Image Works and Konami.
The Bitmap Brothers were based in Wapping, East London and were privately owned. The company’s MD was Mike Montgomery, who had founded the company together with Eric Matthews and Steve Kelly.
Mark John Coleman is a computer graphics developer who frequently worked with the Bitmap Brothers; his graphics tend to be blocky, featuring rock, metal, and shiny organic textures; his animations tend to be cartoonesque and fluid.
Xenon 2000: Project PCF by Bitmap Brothers.
Please go here to download the 12Mb file. Once downloaded, run the file and the game will be installed onto your computer.
Please also check out the photos that were taken for the special Bitmap Brothers feature and some Xenon 2000 screenshots here.