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"The most rewarding game of 2013!" Influenced by retro classics Mega Man and Castlevania, Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures features the AVGN and friends as they blast their way through 10 levels of fun, fast paced 2D action based on the AVGN's adventures in his online series.
Release Date: Sep 20, 2013
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Patch 1.7.1 Notes (Now Live)

February 11th, 2014

Hey everyone! Patch 1.7.1 has just been pushed live. To ensure you're playing the most current version of Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures, please close the game and reboot steam.

Patch 1.7.1 Notes

  • Keyboard mapping has been re-worked for improved functionality
  • When using a Keyboard. the arrow and enter keys will always be used to navigate the menu. This will allow the menus to be navigated regardless of what key-bindings have been set to.
  • Fixed a bug where that would cause players to continue with 0 lives after quitting at the game over screen.
  • The game will no longer detect keyboard inputs when windowed or tabbed out.

If you'd like to view the previous patch notes, they can be found here. Thanks for picking up the game!

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Trading Cards are HERE! (For Real This Time)

January 22nd, 2014

Hello Everyone! I'm happy to announce that we got everything sorted out and trading cards have just been approved for Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures. Thanks for your patience while we got this sorted out! In case you're unfamiliar as to how they work here's a brief description.

Q: How do I get trading cards?
A: By playing AVGNA you’ll earn a random collection of up to half the full set of trading cards. To acquire the other half you need to trade or buy them from other players.

Q: OK I have them all, what now?
A: Great! Now that you've collected them all you can craft the set into a badge, which you can display on your Steam profile!

Q: Cool, anything else?
A: Yep! Continue collecting cards and crafting sets to unlock more badges, Steam EXP, emoticons for chat and even profile backgrounds!

Thanks to everyone for picking up the game! Now start collecting!

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Reviews

What gamers are saying about AVGN Adventures

"The most rewarding game I've played in years. Love me some NES-hard" - @xolssonx
"Some of the best sounds out of any 8bit game I've ever played" - @BWaterfall
"This game is like Ivan Drago" - @Boostedb14
"I love it. It's fantastic." - @JoshuaSurkosky
"AVGNA frustrated me to the point of shouting bad words... but damn it's awesome" - @Agilen_

What the media is saying about AVGN Adventures

"Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures is a game that wants you curse at it. It wants you to flip out and go ballistic and yell at small children. It wants to give you the experience of being the Nerd in more ways than one."
- Destructoid

"One of the highlights of my E3 experience"
- GameZone

"It is an expertly crafted platformer"
- The Koalition

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About the Game

"The most rewarding game of 2013!"


Influenced by retro classics Mega Man and Castlevania, Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures features the AVGN and friends as they blast their way through 10 levels of fun, fast paced 2D action based on the AVGN's adventures in his online series. With multiple playable characters, power ups, cameos galore, tons of secrets and more we're making a game that all fans of video games will enjoy. If you're a fan of old school difficulty, fart jokes, The Nerd and/or old school platformers chances are you'll enjoy AVGN Adventures.

Some say "hard" we saying "rewarding!" Why? Because every check point you get, every boss you beat, every accomplishment is earned. You feel like like a stud. This is a game that allows you to brag to your friends if you beat it.

Yes, this is the official The Angry Video Game Nerd game!

Visit Cinemassacre.com to see the series the game was based on!

We're 100% cool with you posting gameplay videos, Let's Plays, reviews, etc of AVGN Adventures and monetizing them as much as you possibly can. Have fun! All we ask is that when you do them, let us know because we want to watch you play the game That's fun for us!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: Pentium 4 or higher
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256MB or higher
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 40 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or 8
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
Helpful customer reviews
66 of 89 people (74%) found this review helpful
918 products in account
17 reviews
3.0 hrs on record
One of the most frustrating, yet fun to play platformers I've ever had the pleasure of playing. A game based on the hit, internet sensation the Angry Video Game Nerd, a character portrayed by James Rolfe whom reviews older games ranging from the Atari, to the SEGA Genesis to the NES and a bunch more.

Off the bat, the game starts out by introducing the Angry Video Game Nerd (or AVGN for short) before he is sucked into the TV (by the balls no less!) and is forced to play through what he calls hell. The stages, quotes, etc are references to older video games and episodes he has done in the past. The game itself conveys a traditional 8-Bit art style for the majority of assets used in the game aswell as play the expected 8-bit style music to go along with them.

Now, personally, I love this game and actively recommend it to everyone that loves/loved watching AVGN and likes tough platformers in general. The game plays out very similarly to classic MegaMan games and Mario Bros, since the Nerd has his standard jump, shoot and crouch, as well as a few nifty temporary power-ups you can pick up across the stages - these range from the Glitch Gremlin (a green creature that glitches the game and often helps with progression as it halts both stage hazards and enemies), the Super Mega Death Christ (Yes lol, a power up that destroys every enemy present on the screen at the time.), an upgraded gun for the Nerd (Has a much bigger hitbox than his standard light gun) and rocks (Yes rocks, like those found on one of his older episodes that he says is useless because of the low travel distance and low damage).

The game has a 3 damage health system and lives (unless you pick a higher or lower difficulty setting in which the game alters these). 3 beer bottles pretty much signal how many more hits you can take before dying, and the lives, like in older Megaman games, means how many times you can retry before being kicked out from the stages. There are also toasters (checkpoints) scattered across the stage to mark your progress on any given stage, but they are optional to activate as there are also beer bottles scattered across to help restore health to you - and there's also secret characters you can unlock all based on his show.

Stage Progression~ Generally, excluding the tutorial stage - you pick a stage in a similar fashion to MegaMan games, there are 8 in total. Each stage has their own deathtraps, some will take a point of damage, and some, like the golden skull blocks found across every stage, will kill you in one hit. Some zones are based around very careful and timing based jumps, movement, etc - like some zones will have an enemy type that is there to hinder you while you do a section, it's all very much reminiscent of the old formula of games back in the day - and like those games, this game isn't very forgiving.

In general, if you're a fan of the AVGN no doubt you'll already have this, but if you're a fan of tough NES-like platformers, get this game. From the obscenely ridiculous references to the appealing art style, this game screams AVGN charm.

B+
Posted: November 26th, 2013
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40 of 51 people (78%) found this review helpful
152 products in account
1 review
23.6 hrs on record
"Mega Man - AVGN Edition".
Pretty challenging, but completely fair and satisfying.
Also, it actually makes you feel like Nerd. In fact, you will probably yell "♥♥♥!", "♥♥♥♥!", "♥♥♥♥!" countless time.
Posted: November 29th, 2013
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37 of 52 people (71%) found this review helpful
223 products in account
2 reviews
0.9 hrs on record
This is probably one of the most unforgivably hard and brutal games created specifically just for that: being unforgivably hard and brutal. This game is relentless, no forgiveness, any mistake you make will 99% of the time lead to your death. If you're playing with a controller, prepare for it (or your monitor) to be smashed to bits. The stress and anger that comes out of this is almost ridiculous makes it not seem like a game, rather a device to test how far you will get before going completely insane.

10/10 would play again.
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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34 of 48 people (71%) found this review helpful
779 products in account
39 reviews
10.8 hrs on record
Not the best platform around, but surely a good one.
Overall level design is good, but a little too frustrating in some points; bosses are just ok.
Graphics are for the most part cool and detailed, yet uninspired in some of the sprites. Soundtrack is awesome.
Also, take note that this is a game intended for the fans of the show.

Reccomended if you are a fan of the Angry Video Game Nerd and looking for a good 2D platform in the Mega Man fashion. For everyone else...make sure to have played the better ones before considering this.
Posted: November 27th, 2013
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47 of 77 people (61%) found this review helpful
228 products in account
57 reviews
4.3 hrs on record
Very challenging game especially the final stage. Has lots of humor, pottymouth and all your AVGN fan service. The soundtrack is very good and nice to listen to especially if you're fan of chiptune bands like Anamanaguchi.

PS: If you can't beat this then you're a ♥♥♥♥ing casual and you need to git gud.
Posted: November 17th, 2013
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