FKR

FKR12 by Allison James

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There is now an FKR for every number on an analogue clock. Behold.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Jason Shaw
Fonts: Allison James (Toxico)

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FKR11 by Allison James

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FKR enters the double digits. Again.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Jason Shaw
Fonts: Allison James (Fingbanger)

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FKR10 by Allison James

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Every year since the dawn of time, assuming the dawn of time occurred in October 2007, Fantastic Kinetic Reflexes has reared its head and jumped into the world. Each instalment brings negligible improvements and sometimes even stupid graphical "enhancements".

And just because NAL Is Dead doesn't mean it's not happening again.

FKR10 sees you progress through time and each yearly instalment of the FKR virus, raiding computers as antivirus programs attempt to take you down.

The mouse moves the FKR virus. Attached to it, and continuously orbiting it, are a number of trojan horses - swing these into the defending antivirus programs to defeat them.

But don't be datablasted too much, or you'll be erased from the computer quicker than your browsing history when you think someone might gain access to it.

Features music by Inaki/Futch & Slore, used under a CC-BY 3.0 license courtesy of Argofox Creative Commons.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Inaki/Futch & Slore
Fonts: Various

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FKR9 by Allison James

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FKR9 - it's like FKR 1 through 8 but with more enemy random generation. Happy 2015!

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Jallacy
Fonts: Gotham Ultra

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FKR8 by Allison James

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Happy new Fantastic Kinetic Reflexes! In the eighth instalment, a huge portion of the game is based on randomly generated enemies with bizarre, unique shooting patterns.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Jinx ft. Jesh Manser
Fonts: Grotto

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FKR7 by Allison James

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Happy 2013! To celebrate what is fast approaching my tenth anniversary of using GameMaker, FKR7 is the first ever total rewrite of FKR. Now uses physics, better mechanics, better everything - it's nearly a game again!

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: The Hamster Alliance
Fonts: Brushie Brushie

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FKR6 by Allison James

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Happy 2012, try not to die in the apocalypse before FKR7 is a thing!

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Trollum
Fonts: Maksukehoitus

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FKR5 by Allison James

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This year’s FKR takes the game back to the style of FKR2 while improving and tweaking the gameplay and adding and altering other stuff.

Swing your way through a computerful of antiviruses, kicking their asses and keeping some poor goon’s computer all broken and things. And no, it’s not really a virus!

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Yuriko Nakamura
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FKR4 by Allison James

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The rogue is the game, and you are the victim.

Didn't understand the first three FKR games? Good luck with this one. I've deliberately made it confusing, even bullying, in an attempt to think outside the Contest 4 box and, instead of featuring a rogue in the game, making the game the rogue.

So, yeah. If you really don't understand it, try FKR2 or 3. They may or may not guide you in the right direction.

For all you collectors, there's a trophy for getting to 150,000 points. It's possible, I've done it. Push H on the menu if you've achieved it to submit your details and get it.

FKR4 is unsuitable for people that suffer from or have a history of epilepsy. I cannot be held responsible for any negative effects, major or minor, occurred from playing this game. If in any doubt... don't play it. Simple.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Subbass
Fonts: Mini-System

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FKR3 by Allison James

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The psychedelic sequel to a psychedelic swing-em-up! You play as a virus (not a real one, don’t worry) who must fend off antiviruses with a cluster of orbiting trojans. Plenty of improvements all around. Two more enemies, raising the total to six, and the game progresses quicker so more people will see them. As you progress, the game’s tint changes colour, from white to black to maroon to navy blue and ending on a weird mess of colours. I also learnt a new item for the game – writing with a font made from a sprite.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Tendamix, The Prodigital
Fonts: Florencesans

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FKR2 by Allison James

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The sequel to FKR is here! It’s now more psychedelic, more skilfully made and hopefully less boring than before. Use W, S and Enter to navigate menus, see the help file for more information. Play on BOSSFKR difficulty to get the most out of it!

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: Jankenpopp, Vasculoid
Fonts: ?

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“Play it to dance to the music, be inspired by the artwork, and to wake yourself up in the morning. You probably won't spend more than a few minutes with it, but I don't think the creator intended you to.” - Mocha Man
“Wow, this game is interesting in a very good way. The music was absolutely amazing!!! I kinda didn't get it at first but you kinda gotta get used to it.” - Davdud101

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FKR by Allison James

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A weird and wonderful arcade game with a distinctly retro feel and a weird NAL-style system of play. The engine is a little like Cactus’ xWUNG.

You are a virus, and must try to keep up with technology as its advances attempt to render you obsolete.

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System: Windows
Price: Free
Music: MIDI
Fonts: Electric Boots

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