Ready to jump into Rex's world and battle Van Kleiss and his evil minions?
Kids can become Rex and engage in some adrenaline-pumping E.V.O. action with Rex's machines. With awesome combinations and cool graphics, this 3D game lets kids be part of the all-new series like never before.
Players need to defeat as many E.V.O.s as possible, including Biowulf, before facing off with Van Kleiss himself!
Rex is all set for a showdown with Van Kleiss and his evil minions, in order to save the day. Using Rex's awesome machines including Smackhands, kids can unleash a flurry of combos to defeat Van Kleiss' E.V.O.s. Players should look out for health power ups and unlocked combos as they gain more experience.
Battle and defeat Biowulf, before facing off with Van Kleiss!
It's time to go old school as Rex battles in this arcade-style game! Players can take on Rex's role and go head to head with Biowulf in round after round of high-octane action. Using a variety of Rex's machines, kids can experience how saving the world, really is all in a day's work.
Take on Biowulf and defeat him using Rex's machines! With unlimited rounds, kids can battle and compete with their friends for the highest score.
More Generator Rex Fun
The fun doesn't stop with online games, as kids can also send personal e-cards to friends; download desktop icons and wallpapers to increase the cool-factor of their computers; create a calendar to keep track of all their activities; as well as check out the buzz about the show in the Message Boards section.
Kids can get the latest intelligence on Generator Rex, including in-depth facts about the show and characters.
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