Fez Crack/Patch

Fez In Fez, you play as Gomez, a 2D creature living in what he believes is a 2D world. Until a strange and powerful artifact reveals to him the existence of a mysterious third dimension!

Download Fez Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 93 / 100
User rating
Downloads 9912
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Trapdoor / Polytron Corp.

Fez reviews ( 7 )

Eiko, Jun 28, 2015

I recommend this game. Why? Because everything is great in this game! The universe, the music (well, I must admit that by dint of hearing the same music loop ... It's quite embarrassing), the game-play, story and puzzles of course! We must leave nothing to chance in this game, everything can be used later and again ... Everything must translate between the hieroglyphs or the kinds of pieces came from Tetris. Anyway, it is an excellent game without much fuss (I recommend the solution anyway, let's not crazy) and very enjoyable to play and learn!

fluoridezombie, Feb 10, 2014

This game is a masterpiece, im not usually into these kinda 8 bit looking games but this one made me feel like a kid again was some trippy effects almost old school Atari like, really enjoyed this game.

Puporing, May 2, 2013

FEZ brings pixels to life. The vivid colors and music that gives every scene its own style and atmosphere makes every discovery and exploration worthwhile. I could not stop smiling at it and at times I would just pause to appreciate the artistry and the environment. It gives a refreshing taste of platformer and puzzle games.

Hyperscore, Oct 26, 2013

I would first like to say that this is a review of the game, not the developer. In a nutshell, FEZ is an interesting puzzle/platformer with a twist, but there's more to it than that. FEZ paints a pixelated picture of an innocent gaming land, a place where no harm can come. The only threat is that of falling; there are no aliens to shoot, bad guys to kill, no enemies of any kind. The art in this game definitely gets a 10/10 from me, as well as the soundtrack. The only reason I don't give this game a perfect score is because of the slightly boring gameplay. Yes I said it. As I described above, it's beautiful. Amazing. With so many secrets, easter-eggs, and places to go this game should offer many hours of exploring. I guess I just haven't found the interest in doing so.

Libertardian, May 3, 2013

It's a solid "Yet Another Indie Puzzle-Platformer", but it's puzzle design suffers from "Cleverer Than Thou" syndrome. Many puzzles rely entirely or mostly on the player's ability to figure out various alphabetic, numerical, or input code systems. The much-hyped perspective shifting gameplay doesn't really play out that much in the actual puzzle solving. It is possible to complete the game without spending time on the cipher systems, if you feel like figuring out all the puzzles yourself. Full completion will most likely require consultation with GameFAQs. Worth a buy if you're willing to deal with infrequent, albeit harmless crashes (unless you're on Intel hardware, in which case don't bother) and the biggest douchebag developer on the planet.

GolovA, May 20, 2017

Gorgeous world, beautiful music, but the gameplay and the story? Collect Cubes. What?! This is such a missed opportunity! This could have been easily a Game of the Year if only its innovation was channeled accordingly and game mechanics befitted its originality. So much thought put into design and then cut short and wrought into a template of a side scroll brainless platformer? Why? Why did you circumscribe its innovation and make the gameplay so boring? Why did you have to shackle the imagination of this potential masterpiece? Why did you kill it, devs? Why? I don't know, i really don't know all the answers. But you can't, as a hypothetical example, make Half Life into a platformer where you run around, jump over crates, and collect stars to progress to the next level. It's like Fez has almost achieved an open-world game with the soul purpose of jumping and collecting cubes, even though the isometric mechanism of orientation and level progression is really neat and complicated. WHY?! FAIL.

Draculamarth, Nov 5, 2013

Phil Fish an absolute hipster tosspot, and Fez is one of the worst games ever made. There is no challenge to be had here. There are no enemies and if you die, you restart immediately where you left off. The graphics look like a poor man's version of the poor man's version of Cave Story, and unlike other indie games, doesn't even have good music. And don't forget the "FUNNY INTERNET JOKES" because you know, indie games. Fez 2 is cancelled? Good. The world has been spared from more of Phil Fish's awful games.