Play The Original Wreck-It Ralph Video Game Now

Don’t we all remember this one fondly, from our youth? I can’t even tell you how many dimes I pumped into the Fix-It Felix Jr. cabinet down at Litwak’s Family Fun Centre, circa 1982.

And now it’s back. You can play the original, Tobikomi 8-bit classic on the official Wreck-It Ralph site and see just why Fix-It Felix Jr. was called a Donkey Kong beater. Take that, you damned dirty ape.

Okay, either that, or it’s a new tie-in game modelled after 80s coin-ops, featured in the upcoming Wreck-It Ralph, online to play now and soon set to appear in cabinet form around the US.

I’m going to get some practice in so I can seem like an expert if I find one in my local cinema foyer.


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