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  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Local Multiplayer (+4 Players)
  • Release Date: March 21, 2007
  • Platform: PC (Windows)
  • Current Version: v1.01


After a long day at work, you want to go home and play some FPS's with your friends. Maybe you just want to wind down or have some fun. Or maybe... maybe you want REVENGE??? Now you can, with Revenge, the fast paced, heart-pumping multiplayer that make any LAN party better. Play as Jack Fantastic, a guy wearing a trench coat and looking for some action. He comes and goes in six different trench coat colors: red, green, blue, black, white, and pink. Think pink isn't cool enough for a shoot out? Don't tell Jack, or you'll be looking up the barrel of his trusty shotgun.

Revenge has classic deathmatch that feels like the original DOOM and a style similar to Wolfenstien 3D. Choose your frag or time limit and set up a two to four person deathmatch game. Choose from a variety of weapons ranging from the pistol to the chainsaw. But don't blink, because you might find yourself respawning next to the guy holding the Gibbmaster chain gun! If you want to play an FPS that makes you jump every time you turn a corner then you want Revenge, too.

Additional Downloads:

Depths of Hell - Map Pack 1

RevengEdit - Map Editor

    Make your own maps and submit them for a new map pack!

    Contact us through email and we'll set up a method for reviewing your submission.

Custom mods

  • You can download RevengEdit to make your own Revenge maps!
  • The game textures and sounds are also replaceable, allowing for some modding.

Minimum Sys. Requirements

  • Windows 98+
  • DirectX 9.0c

Patch Details

V1.01: Fixed the chainsaw and some other minor problems.

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