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Xenos is a new form of energy discovered in the 22nd century. It's being used for evil, however, and as our giant robot hero Asterus it's your job to make things right by destroying all the Xenos generators in this arcade action title from Oddity Games.

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I've been having a lot of trouble lately with games not saving data for when I revisit them - played this yesterday and got to ~27 and it thinks I haven't played it at all. The same happened with Bloom Defender. Do you know of anything I could do to ensure that game data is being saved, or if there is a setting I've accidentally switched?

Using Firefox (with what I presume is the latest version) if that helps.


[It's likely that you've maxed out Flash storage for our JIG hosting domain, but you can fix that. Right-click on any Flash game hosted at JIG and click on Settings. Make sure you drag the slider all the way to the right for "unlimited" storage for the JIG hosting domain. Then you should never have a problem with a game not saving your progress here ever again. -Jay]


This game would be a lot more enjoyable were it not for the tremendous lag. It works fine on the level select, but when I enter a stage, and worse, when there are enemies on screen, it slows to a crawl. Good effort, but wrecked by that unfortunate flaw.


I'm also having lag problems, but no saved game problems.

Regardless, I find it an interesting choice to give the character melee only weapons (with specials that do range) but make it move like a spacecraft.

Otherwise, there's a lot to work on here. Level design and challenge is often repetitive. The gameplay is pretty much always the same - minor variation for certain advanced enemies. The story is basic and uninteresting.

So I'm not really that happy with the game. The average review of 4 mushrooms out of 5 seems overly generous to me. And I disagree about replay value: the "hidden" items hardly deserve that descriptor and don't require any unusual effort to find them the first time through the game. And since the levels are generally so boring, the gameplay options so limited, and the story skeletal and flat to boot, I frankly don't see why I would want to revisit the game. I'm having trouble figuring out why I've played through so much of it so far anyway.

7.62x51mm NATO November 17, 2011 8:58 PM

Zone of the Enders spinoff? Meh, I still like it.


I enjoyed it, experienced no problems. I was just wondering if anyone happened to find a way to unlock the fifth weapon in survival mode (not that I'd use it but still) also wanted to add a pointer or two- An awesome trick can be done with the scythe and axe. If you use the scythe's special ability and get into the bubble... thing you have just enough time to switch weapons and use the axe's powerful special (twice if you do it quick enough) and still have time to switch back to the trusty scythe ^.^ .... and also the usefulness of the unlockable weapon is null compared to the scythe which blocks bullets, slowly kills enemies and can do damage to large groups... to sum it all up: the scythe is awesome and the cheesily named weapon is terrible.


one question what and how do you get hidden items?


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