Felix the Cat (Game Over)

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Felix the Cat (Sega Mega Drive) is an unauthorized port of the NES game of the same name. This game was created in Russia, and the developer is still unknown as the person is not credited anywhere. The game itself features a disturbing image of Felix. It can be considered "screaming."

The objective of the game is to rescue Kitty Kat, who has been abducted by the professor, by returning his magical bag. The game is straightforward, with no boss fights, and only a limited number of levels from the original, totaling 12. The playlist features the same songs, but they play randomly throughout the game.

The gameplay contains a disturbing scene where the player is required to die in order to access the Continue screen, which presents two options: "да" to continue with the game or "нет" to display a disturbing image of Felix the Cat with a torn face and exposed skull, accompanied by interrupted music. The game remains in this state until the player closes it. This unsettling image was originally used for a T-shirt design by Dozign called "Felix the Cat Unmasked", and it also served as inspiration for SilvaGunner's notorious video, Puzzle Room - Kirby: Planet Robobot.


NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!

  • youtube.com/watch?v=BNMogs7fH1o
  • bootleggames.fandom.com/wiki/Felix_the_Cat_(Sega_Mega_Drive)



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