Alien Hominid Crash Lands on Xbox Live Arcade Print E-mail
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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Tuesday, 27 February 2007

The Xbox Live Arcade is about to be blown to pieces. Well that is your goal in Alien Hominid anyway, destroy all that lies in your path to get back to your crashed spaceship. This side-scroller has been upgraded with some high-def graphics and will be available for download on Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360 beginning Wednesday 28th February at 08.00 GMT / 09.00 CET and will be available worldwide for 800 Microsoft Points.

The game was created by The Behemoth, a small group of hardcore gamers with the modest goal of bringing craftsmanship and originality back to the game industry. Their first offering, Alien Hominid, picks up where 2D gaming left off in the mid-90s, and continues the evolution!

As a feisty yet adorable alien, gamers must fend off FBI agents to ensure their spaceship stays safe. With unique, hand-drawn characters and weapons, this award-winning title is the epitome of quirky humour and intergalactic fun. Sixteen levels, seven mini-games, and jump-in anytime multiplayer capability adds to the cosmic mayhem.

Game Features
· Sixteen levels and seven mini-games, including “All You Can Eat” and “PDA,” now with online multiplayer support
· Main and Mini-games high scores are tracked on the Xbox Live Leaderboard
· Multiplayer modes enable two players locally in the main game and up to four players offline or on Xbox Live in Mini-games.
· Earn up to 12 Achievements and 200 Gamerscore points

The original prototype has been downloaded over ten million times on (its birthplace and home), while also being showcased on hundreds of other websites. Due to its popularity The Behemoth began development of the full console title. Throughout the past 4 years they have released Alien Hominid on four different consoles: Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo GameBoy Advance and Nintendo GameCube and the Sony Playstation 2. The latest version is for the Xbox 360 Live Arcade system, which offers the first ever High-Definition version of Alien Hominid.

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