"Fix-It Felix Jr.", the Fake Retro Game From Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph", is Now Real and Playable

"Fix-It Felix Jr.", the Fake Retro Game From Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph", is Now Real and Playable

Fix-It Felix Jr., the retro arcade game featured in Disney's upcoming film, Wreck-It Ralph, is not a real game. At least, not in the sense that teenagers in the '80s huddled around it with their fists full of quarters.

But now Disney has created an arcade-style version of the game that's playable right in your browser, and it's got all the retro charm of the film that inspired it.

Featuring John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Sarah Silverman, and Jane Lynch, Wreck-It Ralph stars an arcade game villain (Reilly) who tires of his job of wrecking buildings and travels to other games to become a hero.

Now we'll just sit back and wait for Disney's inevitable modern-style movie tie-in reboot of the fake arcade game known as Fix-It Felix Jr. In the meantime, waste a few minutes (or hours) playing the game and let us know in the comments or on Twitter whether you think they nailed it.

[via Collider]

Tags: wreck-it-ralph, disney, fix-it-felix-jr, retro-games, pc-gaming
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