Fenix Rage for PC
PC - Windows

Fenix Rage

Sep 24, 2014
7.82
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Average
1900th of 38133

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About this game

Developer: Green Lava Studios
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

He is pissed! You would be too if your village was decimated by a huge explosion, leaving only two survivors – Fenix and Oktarus, a mysterious figure who manages to elude Fenix’s best efforts at capture. Track down the shadowy Oktarus through many worlds, defeating righteously brutal bosses and hundreds of icy minions bent on Fenix’s destruction to return order and harmony back to his world.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: 1.2GHz or faster
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: At least 32MB of video memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Best played with controller.

Gamer Reviews

59 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
7.41
Brian ConnorOct 03, 2014
At the end of it all, Fenix Rage is doomed to always be compared to Super Meat Boy, and it deserves to be. After borrowing so many of the core mechanics from Meat Boy the comparisons are warranted. So how does it stack up? Objectively, if both games came out at the same time I think they would almost be neck and neck.
Bryan VoreSep 24, 2014
Fenix Rage wears its gimmick on its sleeve, so if you’re ready to be worked into frothy-mouthed anger, this delivers. You might hit a wall and want to quit forever, especially since there is no way to skip levels you’re stuck on; you can’t make progress on other stages and come back to the problem level after a break. I have nothing against mega-difficult games, there are just better ones to spend your time with than Fenix Rage.
Julian AidanSep 24, 2014
Fenix Rage is nothing short of great. It’s a worthy entry into an unfortunately short line of hardcore and enjoyable platformers, with great aesthetics and music backed by solid mechanics. The occasionally difficult to look at environments and relatively thin plot are made up for by addicting, quality gameplay. Did we mention that collecting enough cookies nets you a real-life cookie recipe? That’s right. It even teaches you how to bake some damn good cookies.

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