Playing Fix It Felix Jr. (Sega Genesis/Mega drive version) from Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph movie!

“Fix-It Felix Jr. was one of the most popular 2D platform games ever made. Launching in 1982, it became a pop culture sensation thanks to its colorful 8-bit graphics, simple controls, and addictive gameplay.”
―Official description

Fix-It Felix Jr. is one of the games of Litwak’s Arcade in Disney’s 2012 animated feature film, Wreck-It Ralph and its 2018 sequel. It is an 8-bit platformer starring the titular hero, Fix-It Felix Jr., who must save an apartment building from being destroyed by his rampaging rival, Wreck-It Ralph. The game takes place in Niceland, a quaint town inhabited by numerous, pint-sized NPCs called the Nicelanders.

Developed by the fictional Japanese company, Tobikomi, Fix-It Felix Jr. is one of the oldest games in Litwak’s, as the cabinet began operating back in 1982 (thirty years prior to 2012). Niceland is mainly a single tall apartment building with a forest surrounding it and a dump nearby. It also has scenic lakes, a starry sky with multi-colored stars, and is eternally set at nighttime.

The game was released in real life in many versions, online (browser), mobile, a mini-arcade and a promotional arcade cabinet. It was later ported to the Sega Genesis/Mega drive console.

The browser version can be played here: (Flash is required)

Published by Robots Playing Games

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