Alien Hominid includes 16 full levels in beautiful high-definition, 7 mini-games, and 50 all new PDA levels.
Finish level 1-5 and the Super Soviet Missile Master mini-game will be unlocked after the intermission sequence.
There’s plenty of points to hit when squaring off against this boss but his attacks can be quite annoying. Use the wheel arc above the tanks wheels to position yourself underneath the boss in order to shoot its main area and the two plasma guns too. When the tank stops moving, you can nail the two flamethrowers by simply shooting up towards them.
Watch out for the two flame throwing attacks. One can be fired from either of the two green launchers on either side of the boss in which the flames will cover the whole width of the ground and you’ll need to jump on the arc to avoid. The other is a smaller spread attack but more pesky as the boss likes to fire this one when you jump on the arc, so make sure you keep your eyes peeled.
Download the official Alien Hominid ROM in the (European) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Alien Hominid ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.
Alien Hominid is an independently developed run and gun video game developed by The Behemoth. The game was developed from an Adobe Flash game originally released on Newgrounds in August 2002. O3 Entertainment released the game for PlayStation 2 and GameCube in North America in 2004, whilst ZOO Digital Publishing released the game in Europe for PlayStation 2, Xbox, mobile phones and Gizmondo in 2005. A port for the Game Boy Advance, co-developed by Tuna Technologies, was also released in Europe in 2006.
Alien Hominid is a side-scrolling shooter in a similar vein to games such as Metal Slug, where one hit instantly kills and has a two-player simultaneous play. Players take over as the titular hominid, who has to fend off waves of secret agents. His main arsenal is a blaster, while players can also melee close-up enemies and use a limited number of grenades to attack. Advanced moves include rolling under shots, jumping on and biting off enemies’ heads, temporarily scaring other enemies, and digging underground to drag enemies down with them.
Players can collect a numerous variety of power-ups which simultaneously give players extra grenades, a shield, and unique ammo. Players can also drive vehicles, ride on top of a Yeti, and pilot a UFO. Completing certain tasks will unlock hats the players can dress their Hominid in. The main game features sixteen stages. Outside of the main game, there are three multiplayer modes (Challenge, Neutron Ball, and Pinata Boss), a PDA game (featuring around 200 levels and a level editor), an extra mode called All You Can Eat, and a retro minigame, Super Soviet Missile Mastar.
Europe: February 3, 2006
Run and gun
Game Boy Advance
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