The Rage

Publishers Midas Interactive Entertainment
Developers FluidGames
Release date 2001
Genre Fighting
Game rating

Game Description

The Rage is a beat’em up based on old classic games such as Final Fight and Streets of Rage. The plot of the game is that Sarah, Bruce’s girlfriend, goes into a coma after she’s given an experimental drug. Bruce and his friends Max and Lisa find out that she went to a bar run by mafia, who are testing this drug on people at random. The friends, along with Alfred, a long-time friend of Sarah, then decide to take on the mafia and find a cure for their friend.

Download The Rage

We might have the game available for more than one platform. The Rage is currently available on these platforms:

Windows (2001)

The_Rage_Win_En.zip (114 MB)

Instructions for The_Rage_Win_En.zip (how to play on Windows)

  1. The game is already pre-installed so you just have to download it and then you can start playing straight away.
  2. Download the “The_Rage_Win_En.zip” file from the link above. Make sure you download the file properly and that your internet does not disconnect while downloading.
  3. Open the downloaded .zip file and extract the “The_Rage_Win_En” folder to your desktop. You will need to use a software such as WinRAR to do this.
  4. Open the extracted “The_Rage_Win_En” folder and then open the “Game Files” folder.
  5. Double click on the file called “TheRage.exe” and your game should now launch.
  6. Enjoy the game!
  7. Note: For any graphic issues such as black shapes etc. run the TRGraphicsSetup.exe inside the downloaded folder and adjust it according to your PC’s graphics.

Additional files, patches and fixes

The Rage Read Me Windows (English)

The Rage Screenshots

Windows

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  1. Used to play this game with my two brothers as kid, all three of us on the same keyboard, and I finally found it again, can’t wait to play it.

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  2. Shit, I remember this game. I had a shareware as a kid. It was just two levels, but I replayed them a lot with my friends cause it allowed up to 4-player co-op on one keyboard and we were all too poor to buy gamepads. At some point I discovered that all the character’s skins are in simple bmp files. So I started recolouring them, turning them into well-known characters, such as The Punisher, The Hulk, Spider-Man, etc. Then I found out that all the special effects are also simple bmp files. So it turned into a colouring game from that point on. I turned the game into a psychedelic nightmare. Fun times. I doubt I’d be doing any of that these days cause I value my time too much, but it still ought to provide with some of that sweet-sweet nostalgia.

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