Play Fix-It Felix, Defeat Wreck-It Ralph

they will throw him off the building and he will die

The trailer for Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph, with its abundance of gaming cameos, seems to have won over all but the grumpiest of Earth’s residents. Even I cracked a smile, although I continued to smile as I watched grimly unnerving British horror film Kill List afterwards so don’t read too much into my facial expressions. I’m all but certain that there will be a Kinect controlled mini-game laden nightmare of a 3D platdeformation to herald the film’s November release, but right now you can play something better. Fix-It Felix, the arcade game that Wreck-It Ralph escapes from. It’s simple, Donkey Kongy and jolly good fun.


  1. Fumarole says:

    3D platdeformation


  2. DickSocrates says:

    Last time I had that much fun I’d just been told the veins in my ball sac were distended.

  3. LTK says:

    Cool game. I hate the guy already!

  4. shitflap says:

    Good Man, Kill List is fucking awesome. Down Terrace as well.

  5. mrwonko says:

    Oh, it even won over one of the grumpiest of Earth’s residents – @grumpygamer :-)

    • Skabooga says:

      Well, I’ll be damned. That’s high praise, considering the source.

  6. fredcadete says:

    I can’t play! Do I have to insert a coin in my computer?

    • Justoffscreen says:

      Yeah, what am I missing here? It simply stays on the “insert coin” screen. Am I missing some clever answer?

      • TsunamiWombat says:

        Click the game screen (it’s kind of small) and tap space

        • edwardoka says:

          Yeah that doesn’t work at all. Tried in three different browsers. Ironic game title is ironic.

  7. Mr_Day says:

    Because I freakin’ love it, I decided to watch the trailer on that website again. Afterwards it gave me the option to wreck the trailer.

    Then that git turned up and fixed it. Bah, no wonder Ralph left the game. What a jerk.

  8. fearian says:

    Can we talk about Kill List here?

    That film left me feeling empty, it was completely horrible and genuinely disturbing.

    • roryok says:

      films about lists generally are. Bucket list was probably as bad.

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      Adam Smith says:

      It lost me a little in the final third but the coagulating mood was almost unbearable, and I mean that in a good way since that’s what it aimed for. And just to be clear, I didn’t actually smile through it. I grimaced.

  9. donmilliken says:

    Every time I think video games have nothing new to teach me, new wisdom emerges. Today’s lesson: You can fix broken windows by hitting them with a hammer.

  10. Schwerpunk says:

    Okay, I don’t know what’s going on here, but I really got into that little game on their website.

  11. D3xter says:

    Now that we’re talking about gaming movies, Indie Game: The Movie is unlocking on Steam in about 17 hours xD link to
    Also first full movie distributed over Steam, can’t wait.

  12. sirdavies says:

    Kind of fun. The controls could be more precise, but it’s ok for an advert-game. score 65350, damn it gets hard at around 55000 when Ralph starts breaking the windows you have already repaired.

  13. chrysalisloall says:

    It’s not out in the UK till February. :(