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Xenophage: Alien BloodSport

Released April 26, 1996 · consists of 0 releases.

Two average humans are abducted by the alien "Council" to partake in a bloodsport against several alien species in this MS-DOS fighting game from Argo Games and Apogee.

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Xenophage: Alien BloodSport

First release date April 26, 1996
Platform PC
Developer Argo Games
Publisher Apogee Entertainment
Genre Fighting
Theme Fantasy , Sci-Fi
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Overview

Xenophage: Alien Bloodsport (known in-game as simply Xenophage) is a shareware 2D sci-fi fighting game developed by Argo Games and published by Apogee for MS-DOS PCs on April 26, 1996. It was later digitally re-released as freeware on April 24, 2006.

The game is known for its heavy use of both pre-rendered 3D graphics and camera scaling (the latter similar to the Art of Fighting series), as well as a soundtrack by Robert Prince (best known for composing the first-person shooters Doom and Doom II: Hell on Earth). It also includes fatalities (the "Overkill" system) and the "Resurrection" system (where players can recover a small amount of life once defeated using a special technique).

In the game's story, two ordinary humans (Nick and Selena) are abducted by a mysterious alien "Council" and must fight several other alien species in holographic simulations to defend humanity from destruction.

The game originally received a pre-release demo, dated on December 28, 1995, and was later included in the 3D Realms Anthology compilation.

Characters

  • Nick
  • Selena
  • Toad
  • Bat
  • Spike
  • Worm
  • Mouth
  • Squid
  • Parasite (sub-boss) - Only fought on Medium or harder difficulties. Playable with cheat code.
  • Champion (final boss) - Only fought on Medium or harder difficulties. Transforms into a more powerful "Grand Champion" form once its one round away from defeat. Both forms playable with cheat code.
  • Blarney (hidden opponent) - Joke character based on the children's television character Barney the Dinosaur.

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