Xonix is a video game in the style of Qix by Ilan Rav and Dani Katz.
Xonix was very popular at the Dorodnicyn Computing Centre, where Dmitry Pavlovsky, one of the original developers of the video game Tetris, was a computer engineer, and was the direct inspiration for Antix.
Xonix is a version of the arcade game QIX. The objective of the game is to draw rectangles in the space that occupies the main section of the screen while you avoid the enemies, both in the margins and on the drawable section, which can kill you on contact. Filling a percentage of the drawable area grants the player access to the following level.
This Video Game contains examples of:
- Everything Trying to Kill You
- No Plot? No Problem!: This game does not have a plot. This game does not need one.
- One-Hit-Point Wonder: Touch the enemies once and you're dead.