Big Action Mega Fight! is a classic single player beat 'em up/brawler with a modern twist! Hilarious 2D cartoon combat will leave you with your jaw on the floor and your hands full of blisters. Blast your way through levels filled with luscious art and unforgettable enemies. How fast can you SMASH?
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Release Date: Jan 12, 2016

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August 24

Big Action Mega Fight! fixes pushed - 24th August, 2016


We've pushed a few minor fixes to build today.

Thank you to everyone who is still enjoying the game, these are for YOU!

Most notably we've revised the achievements which were proving difficult to trigger - go forth and be a completionist!

1. Fixed BAMF not quitting correctly when pressing ALT+F4.
2. Fixed "Yo Dawg" achievement being impossible to unlock.
3. Lowered thresholds for higher tier attach achievements (e.g. you now need to use your special only 250 times instead of 2000 to get gold).
4. Fixed some incorrect French translations, and the "Quitter" label sticking out of its button.

Those of you interested in our next game should hop over to and sign-up for our free alpha testing program.

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“If you like plucky little brawlers and never checked out Big Action Mega Fight!, give this a spin. It really is a lot of fun.”
TouchArcade (iOS Review)

“Double Stallion is clearly paying homage to a simpler time of gaming. A time when you could tell a man was a real man because he was wearing a cut-off denim jacket and studded leather gloves.”
Pocket Gamer (iOS Review)

“There’s no denying the primal charm that comes from a scrolling beat-em-up, and Big Action Mega Fight! achieves this with aplomb.”
148Apps (iOS Review)

About This Game

Big Action Mega Fight! is a classic single player beat 'em up/brawler with a modern twist! Hilarious 2D cartoon combat will leave you with your jaw on the floor and your hands full of blisters. Blast your way through levels filled with luscious art and unforgettable enemies. How fast can you SMASH?

Megatropolis is overrun with a new vicious criminal gang, the Clunks. You play as Brick Strongarm, a killer-moustache-sporting, iron-pumping gym aficionado with a penchant for lazy Sundays. But when the Clunks kidnap your best friend Hawk, justice calls. Get out there, rescue your friend, and save the city from crime and corruption!

BAMF! is an homage to classic 90s beat 'em ups like Double Dragon and Streets of Rage, where intense cartoon combat meets tight controls and a satisfying difficulty curve. Originally released for iOS and Android, Big Action Mega Fight! smashes its way onto Steam after a successfully-speedy Greenlight campaign.


  • Punch your way through over 35 stages of non-stop fighting action
  • Upgrade your fighter to improve endurance, punching power, and abilities
  • Learn ridiculously over-the-top special attacks like Fistnado, Orbital Punch and Poultry Rain
  • Enjoy luscious hand-drawn animation and detailed urban environments remastered in high resolution
  • Feast your ears on a fully remastered award-winning soundtrack that'll make you wish it was still the 90s
  • Get a kick out of full controller and keyboard support
  • Unlock Steam achievements

Big Action Mega Fight! is the perfect compliment to your arsenal of action games.


Buy the game's award-winning soundtrack here.

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System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 125 MB available space
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Storage: 125 MB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.7 Lion
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Storage: 125 MB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.9 Mavericks
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Storage: 125 MB available space
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 24
Loved every second of it . The cut scenes were funny . Can we get a part 2 please ?
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
9.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 29
Great Game :)
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26 of 32 people (81%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
5.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 26
Big Action Mega Fight! is a debut brawler game made by Double Stallion Games. The story revolves around a group of gym friends of which one gets kidnapped... and guess what are you gonna do. Since it has a sonorous name, let's split it into parts:

Action and Fight: It's a brawler without any proper innovation, using the good old formula you already know from games like Golden Axe. You can punch, uppercut or throw enemies, you can roll to dodge enemy attacks (you are even invincible while you are rolling). While it doesn't do many things wrong, some objects has weird hitboxes and you'll notice that your character will weirdly teleport between if they are close to each other and you just keep punching without movement.

Big and Mega: It's a small indie game, with 35 2-minutes long levels. You can count how much playtime you get, if you consider lower difficulty (really low for the two thirds of the game). With this level of (big and mega) exaggeration, maybe you are at least expecting a modest amount of jokes and gags. They are there, but there are only few of them. Also, there's a boundary between jokes and lame references, showing the lazy ideas of developers. Seriously, if you name some enemies after Breaking Bad (TV series) characters, it isn't funny, it's just lazy.

!: For every level you'll get a special ability that you can use after you kill few enemies. Those abilities are always randomly picked (though you can reroll for coins) but you probably won't care - there are few of those all every skill has almost lethal effect. As I mentioned coins, you'll use those to upgrade health, damage, boost drops and special skills.

Big Action Mega Fight could be an average brawler but it ends up short and it gets boring pretty fast, since you'll face about 5 types of repeating enemies, who just get stronger over time. If you aren't fancy for every reference and meme you can see (the game is never gonna give you up), don't buy this. It's not that bad but it's not worth buying, there are many better beat 'em ups.

I believe the developers, Double Stallion Games, can do better, this is a good beginning as the game feels pretty much polished. Just let go some smartphone game habits (concepts) and make something more original and complex.

Disclaimer: My copy of the game was obtained for free - I won it in a giveaway that might have been sponsored by the developer. This fact hasn't changed my opinion about the game (and the review) in any way.
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19 of 24 people (79%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 12

Big Action Mega Fight! Is a linear beat-em up game where you play as a character called ‘Brick’ who has to rescue his friend who got beat up and kidnapped from the Gym. You will be beating down many enemies who try and beat you down.

+ Lot's of achievements
+ Lot's of perks and powers to choose and upgrade
+ Graphics are really good
+ Lots of humour sprinkled in

- No windowed support
- No volume sliders
- Only one character to play
- Short stages

I personally enjoyed the game and played it for a few hours. The game revolves around keeping up your multiplier to get a high score to then three star the levels. The game has an abundance of achievements to keep you going through and a lot of levels. My only complaint is some of the stages feel very short and for two hours I have three stared roughly 26/35 levels.

I would’ve loved windowed support as I like to chat on Skype whilst I play games. You only get to play as one character; more characters would’ve been amazing.

Overall though, I had a great time and would recommend this game to most people. I am not a big fan of beat-em ups as I normally suck at them but found this game playable and easy to beat.

Score: Buy.
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23 of 32 people (72%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
Meh, it's decent for what it is... has many a flaws but what do you expect for a cell phone quality game?

That being said, there are no microtransactions in this game, every upgrade is earned through game play... It's very grindy like a cell phone game though. You need coins to buy upgrades and if you're lucky you'll get about 50 - 100 coins per stage after stage 10 with most upgrades costing hundreds of coins.

Things you should know before buying this:

- Controls are very clunky and it has an auto targetting system that can actually screw you up and put you in danger.

- Character / object hit detection is horrible, I've been snagged on some debris and it seems the bottom of the screen is really bad for your character getting stuck on invisible walls.

- Upgrade your attack power as soon as possible, this game is meant for you to NOT get hit during stages as you have to keep a score multiplyer running to get 3 star rankings on each stage.

- Fistnado (the first special you unlock) is the most OP attack in the game, it makes you invulnerable to all damage, attacks foes with a D.O.T. the longer you stand on top of them, and once fully upgraded it lasts 8 seconds... With enough luck you can use it on every screen and clear a stage without incident.


+ Cool retro references, not just limited to beat 'em up games.
+ Addicting and casual game play.
+ Upgrade system is fun.
+ Star rating system makes you want to perfect levels.


- Need to replay levels without getting hit and keeping a high multiplier, can get frustrating at times.
- Not enough variety in battle mechanics. Punch, Uppercut, Roll and Throw... that's it.
- Clunky game design, lots of hit detection bugs.
- Too simple, challenge and mechanics wise, not enough depth to the upgrades / game play.
- Redundent roulette system implemented as a money sink.
- Gets boring quickly, almost seems like too long of a game for such a simple design.

It's a quick cash grab for the developer who's objective was to target a niche, dead genre and target those individuals craving this style of game. It's not a bad game, it's just not very innovative or worth your money / time. There's far better beat 'em up games on horizon, it just seems like the timing of this was perfect. It came out right before the release of some really killer beat 'em up games such as RCRU and Mother Russia Bleeds. It worked on me, I'm here to warn you not to fall in to the trap.

If you must play it, wait for it to go on sale for a dollar or buy it in a humble bundle pack. Again, not a bad game, just really mediocre over all.
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11 of 12 people (92%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 9
Product received for free
Basic Information
Title: Big Action Mega Fight!
Developer: Double Stallion Games
Publisher: Double Stallion Games
Genre: Beat ‘em up

General Impression
My first review for a fighting game and while I’m not a self-declared fan, I have to say the game was quite fun and it does prove to be a welcome break from the ever-increasing number of platformers that populate Steam’s indie game library. Big Action Mega Fight! manages to mix slapstick humor with fighting sequences, while having next to no bugs or glitches. The game may be standard fare 2D comic book style sprites but the retro–like sounds are the centerpiece, maintaining a faux arcade atmosphere throughout the gameplay. And speaking of that, Big Action does get repetitive fairly soon but at least you have a set of upgradable power-ups and abilities, which try to sprinkle some variety over this brawler. Boss fights and the manipulation of the scenery, are adding another layer of diversity as well. As it is customary for any self-respecting fighting game, the control scheme can accommodate all forms of input, from mice and keyboards, to controllers and even my flightstick (though I would advise against using that). Given the low and quite decent price tag, I’d say Big Action Mega Fight! Is a worthy addition to any 2D brawler fan's Steam collection.

Strong Points
+ Plenty of comic relief.
+ Beautiful soundtrack.
+ Steam Achievements & Trading Cards

Weak Points
- Some degree of repetitiveness.

Rating 7/10

This review was submitted for Imperial Reviews.
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19 of 27 people (70%) found this review helpful
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 11
Big Action Mega Fight! is a classic beat 'em up game with cartoon style, what first been released for a mobile devices, but now comes to PC also.

The story of the game you´ll probably seeing in other similar games, the bad guys kidnapped your friend, you try to help escape...

The gameplay is simple enough, here you will find a leves what you should complete, you will find here two level types, ones is time based and the other, is to beat all enemies. Also you will find here a 5 different enemies, for each one you should use a bit different tactic and combat, your charter also can use a some special skills. While you are completing a leves, you can pick up a coins, what you can spend later to upgrade your health, damage, boost drop, special skill . Beating the levels shouldn´t take to much time from you, avarege you can complete each one in a 3 minute and because this a game enough short, but can be addicting.

The game graphic is cartoon styled and looks nice. The sound are nice and a music well bring a 90s atmosphere.

So my verdict:

+nice music
+steam cards and achievements
+addicting gameplay
+good controls

-no coop
-only two game modes

So i think this game really can bring for you a couple hours fun if you play it, however you can complete a game enough fast. The biggest minus of the game that: you will not find here coop or leaderboard feature, it really can be a good addition for a game. Anyway i think if you like this kind of games you should try this out, especially if its get a bigger discount .
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
A 'beat'em up' without local coop which is the essence of such games....

ok but it might be good even without it! Right?! Right??!!!

yeah right....

this is a mobile port (which I sadly found out after I got the game) and it is a poorly designed even for a hardcore fan of this genre (which I am)

the gameplay is so bland and poor, boring and uninspired you will be watching dirt on walls cause it is more fascinating then this game
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 1
Big Action Mega Fight! It is a beat 'em up game very simple, from the colorful graphics.
The game does not offer anything new, a very simple gameplay.
It is a game designed for the mobile, but also on PC makes it quite well, everything runs very fast, without ever tiring.
There is the opportunity to improve skills, and learn new special moves!
Short game that shines with originality, but it succeeds in its small to entertain.
For me, if you want something not too complicated, considering the price I recommend it!

(Below is the Italian full review)

Big Action Mega Fight! è un gioco beat 'em up (picchiaduro a scorrimento) classico, con un tocco moderno!
Un esilarante gioco di combattimento in stile cartone animato 2D, vi lascierà con la mascella spalancata e le mani pieni di vesciche!
Fatti strada attraverso livelli intrisi di arte e nemici indimenticabili!
Sei pronto a spaccare tutto?


- Fatti Strada attraverso 35 livelli
- Aggiorna il tuo combattente migliorando la resitenza la forza e quant'altro
- Impare nuove mosse speciali
- Colonna sonora completamente rimasterizzata e migliorata
- Gioca sia con il gamepad che con la tastiera!
- Sblocca le carte e gli achievements di Steam!

Parere personale:

Big Action Mega Fight! è un gioco beat 'em up molto semplice, dalla grafica colorata.
Il gioco non offre nulla di nuovo, ed offre un gameplay molto semplice.
Infatti è un gioco pensato per mobile, ma anche su pc rende abbastanza bene, il tutto scorre molto velocemente, senza mai stancare.
C'è la possibilità di migliorare le abilità, ed imparare nuove mosse speciali!

Insomma gioco che non brilla di originalità, ma che riesce nel suo piccolo a divertire.
Per quanto mi riguarda, se cercate qualcosa di non troppo complicato, considerato il prezzo lo consiglio!

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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
Turned this game on, next thing I knew 3 hours had gone by.
Plugged in my Xbox One Controller and everything worked great.

Love the artstyle and music.

Lots of replayability if you want to max stars everything. Tons of upgrades to level up.
If your on the fence about it, its only 5 bucks. Try it out. If its on sale just buy it already.

Ill be gifting this one out to friends who like brawlers.
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2.5 hrs
Posted: October 13
As of 2016-10-13, the game is still stuck in a mobile phone screen resolution, making the game unplayable.
I've played it before the gamebreaking patch, but now I can't recommend it.
I'll change my review when this game changes.
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3.3 hrs
Posted: October 2
Cannot recommend this game. Nothing fun here for me.
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"Bob" the Space Cadet
6.9 hrs
Posted: September 12
Big Action Mega Fight is a very simple beat-em-up, but it's still fairly enjoyable, mainly due to the fun cartoony style, cheesy humour, and the classic feel that the music and sound effects bring. Oh, and it works well with an Xbox style controller - I used an 8Bitdo FC-30 Pro in xinput mode.

There's a lot of short stages in Big Action Mega Fight, which start out incredibly easy but slowly get... less easy. Most stages simply have the objective of "kill all the goons" but every now and then you'll get a stage where you have to "kill all the goons within a time limit". I attempted to get a three star rating on every level, but the final level just felt impossible to achieve this, though it's not hard to beat - it's just hard to beat with the high score they expect of you to get three stars.

My major gripes with this game are:
1) No interesting combos to string together, mostly just jab, jab, uppercut, and sometimes maybe you throw something (or someone) at someone (or something).
2) No multiplayer (not even local) with the developer stating there is no intention of ever adding multiplayer.
3) You're randomly given a special attack for each stage you play instead of being able to select it. Honestly the first special attack you get is the best, so why are the others even there?
4) I might have missed something, or blacked out, but I don't recall any boss fights. I get the feeling that there might be something more if I got 3 stars on all levels, but since I saved the guy and got all the achievements, I'm done here.

Despite those gripes I still had a reasonably good time playing Big Action Mega Fight, there's just a lot of room for improvement. Go in expecting a very elementary beat-em-up and you might enjoy yourself too.

5.5 out of 10, would FISTNADO, but only just. Buy it on sale if you do.
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3.6 hrs
Posted: September 11
I wasn't expecting such a high level of detail in the animations ; surely, this is where the game shines. The crusade to save an old friend from a new enemy is a bit short, though, and the variety between levels compounds down to defeating the same four enemy types, each with their own patterns and weaknesses, repeatedly.

Still, it's clean and it's flashy and it's a great experience for the whole family.
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♥YuZuKi Eba♥
8.1 hrs
Posted: September 6
this game may get boring and feel repetitive if you play too long but it's still a good port from mobile game. I very love it :D
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Pugglevania Bloodlines
2.4 hrs
Posted: September 3
Product received for free
Big Action Mega Fight! is hard to give a binary grade for. I would grade it as a C-, but with the capability of improving its score with balance tweaks. Some things, however, can't be fixed.

If you enjoy Final Fight-style games, this will be up your alley. The levels are bite-sized, and you can upgrade your stats, item drops, and special attacks between levels.

One fixable complaint is the difficulty curve. Enemy reaction times are very slow to start out, and I was not damaged at all until level 15 when a motorcycle snagged me. I did not even know I was supposed to avoid damage to keep my multiplier up because no enemy was coming close to landing a hit. Enemies also go down really easily at the beginning, and it's very difficult not to three-star most levels through the first half of the game. Some HP and reaction time tweaks would solve this issue.

What's not so simple are the difficiencies when held up to the games it pays homage to. Mega Fight sticks to a plain left to right path through largely the same enemies for the majority of the game. There are no bosses. The game simply lacks some of the variety that you need from an arcade beat-em-up to keep things from getting repetitive. A lot of brawlers will switch things up with an elevator level, or introducing hazards/traps, isometric segments, boss encounters, set pieces in places like bars or a boxing ring, etc. Mega Fight does not have any of that. It's left to right, left to right, left to right, the entire time.

Combat could also use some improvement. There is no jump or jumpkick, and combo-ing is not really a thing. I'm honestly surprised there isn't a combo system in here, just the multiplier for damage without getting hit.

The game is still enjoyable though, and has a fun sense of humor and nice artwork and animation. That's what makes the game difficult to give a simple Yes/No to. I enjoyed it enough to play from start to finish. But I see a lot of places that could be improved either by patches or for a potential sequel.
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Saint Aaron
4.2 hrs
Posted: September 3
Product received for free
A decent beat em up, with interesting power ups. Don’t expect anything more, nor a great challenge. After about 1 hour and a half you’ll have seen everything it has to offer. Game feels like an IOS game

power ups
Cool cartoony feel
Upgrade system
Trading Cards & Achievements

Too simple
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