Formerly known as Fenix Rage, Fenix Furia is fast-paced, challenging, and addictingly fun 2D platformer that will keep your palms sweaty, your thumbs fatigued, and your wits sharp. Gamers take on the role of Fenix, an alien hedgehog whose village is decimated by a huge explosion, leaving only two survivors – Fenix and Oktarus, a mysterious figure who manages to elude Fenix’s best efforts at capture.

Fenix Furia is all about hundreds of lightning-paced levels that will test your ability to jump, dash, and sprint your way through, all in an effort to track down the shadowy Oktarus through several worlds…and of course, to collect each level’s cookie! You’ll struggle mightily to achieve the best rankings in the best time with the fewest deaths to rub in your friends’ faces.

The story of Fenix Furia goes back to an early Green Lava Studios prototype game called “Fenix Box and the Legend of the Cookie”, for Google Play. Meant as a free downloadable game to test new mechanics, the game was created in only one week during September 2012; and since that period, it has been very well received. During that same year, Green Lava Studios won a Runner-Up Award in the Square Enix Latin American Game Contest 2012 with the game Bonfire Trail. This prize motivated the team to take a crucial decision: settling on one yearlong project. Not wasting time in January 1st 2013 and eager to try out new mechanics and styles, the Green Lava Team set out to use Fenix Box as the grounds for this yearlong project; transforming the little and simplistic black square from the prototype, into a fully developed character with his own imaginative world. The overall gameplay, music and style of the game had varied influences like Super Meat Boy, Hellboy, Sonic the Hedgehog and Swat Kats among many others. Thanks to overwhelming amounts of energy drinks, tea and coffee… is how Fenix Furia was born.

The game is now available for PLAYSTATION 4.

About Green Lava Studios
Green Lava Studios is a Costa Rican game studio, making games from the tropical forest.