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Mar 15, 2006 | 8:03 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place March 16, 2006

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==== UPDATE ====
Sorry for all the bugs, the final update has been made!
- Semi customisable controls
- Story controls now are: Arrow keys - move , a s d - attacks!
- Gaurudi is fixed

4 months in the making, 'Xunmato Alpha' is finally complete. Xunmato alpha is an action packed combat game with loads of features and stacks of fun. Play story mode, where you battle your way through endless hoards of monsters, or arcade, where you can play against the computer or a friend as four different characters. Amano, Barbus, Sora and Violet, each with their own special abilities, combos and attacks.

Many special thanks to everyone who contributed. If you wish to contact us, please forward it to or If you’re asking for our favourite character, its probably Violet. =) enjoy!
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Job

I havn't quite got the hang of it but it was still impressive


Rated 5 / 5 stars

watch out

ebaum would kill for this

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


incredible graphics, front page matirial! youll win daily first, weekly first, weekly users choice and get front page and get this put in adventure games! bit laggy on old computers though. overall, great! :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Simply Great


Just a few tips to get you started. I picked the character with two swords...

- Stay in the first screen of the game for a while and level up. Attack the zombies and bees. Press Spacebar and buy upgrades.

- Holding "R" makes attacks alot easier.

- It seems like the quicker you press "R" the quicker you attack, also.

- Mainly, the game will be alot easier if you spend some time leveling first. I had 550 Health and 150 energy before I continued...


What else from Armor Games but another GREAT game. This one though, it wasn't just great - it was awesome.

Animation was great, art was incredible - the detail was paralleled by few other Flashes. Pretty fun to play, and plenty of depth. The scripting and design was pretty good. There were only a few problems (see below). Sound choices were very well made. The songs and audio loops worked well with the game, and the sound effects were excellent.

Now for the bad...

+ The controls were pretty grouped together. I know you had to make room for two player - but I played alone and it sucked for me... If it is even possible to have "customizable controls" - that would have been the right choice for this game.

+ There were only two moves for each character, which felt somewhat limited. But I'm sure you didn't 'sacrifice' playability. I'll bet if it wouldn't have been hard to have more than two move, you would have done it. Nonetheless, only two moves...

+ In Arcade mode, if I want to just leave in the middle of a fight I can't. I would've liked to have a "Home" button or something. But Mortal Kombat and other fighting games don't offer a Home button - so I don't blame you.

+ Story Mode was pretty durn hard. I had trouble getting through just the first few screens without dying. But that was part of the addictingness of the game... Soon I learned how to eaily enjoy the game...

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Rated 5 / 5 stars