The Feeble Files

The Feeble Files

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The Feeble Files

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The Feeble Files is an adventure game about the adventures of a rather ‘feeble’ alien called Feeble. The game is a science fiction comedy, with a similar style of British humour to that of Adventure Soft’s previous games, the Simon the Sorcerer series.

It was created and released in the UK in 1997 by Adventure Soft. e.p.i.c. interactive (now RuneSoft) created a Mac version in 2001 and an Amiga version in 2002 that were released in Europe. In 2002 the Mac version was released in the U.S..

The game was made available for DRM-free digital distribution from on December 30, 2008.


<!-- Deleted image removed: -->Graphics: The game is presented in pre-rendered 2D graphics at much a higher resolution than the Simon the Sorcerer games series. However, given the five year gap between its original UK release and the US release there have been several that it looks dated.

Voice Acting: To bring Feeble’s world to life several famous actors were recruited to provide the voices. Feeble was voiced by Robert Llewellyn from the BBC comedy Red Dwarf (after previously having co-star Chris Barrie as Simon the Sorcerer), and Blake's 7’s Peter Tuddenham provides the voice for the Oracle.

Interaction: For interaction the game uses a point-and-click navigation system synonymous with adventure games. The player is in control of the main character, Feeble, and must solve various puzzles to advance through the game and complete his quest. However, the player...
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