Join the adventure together with Todd and Riley and explore our collection of The Replacements Games, featuring famous characters from the popular TV series with the same name.
Imagine having a device that would replace your boss anytime he is about to yell at you. Or turn an angry driver into a full-blown rock star! Fleemco phone is the life-changing device that helps the siblings Todd and Riley use acquire new parents. The intro of Disney’s The Replacements explain that Todd and Riley spent their entire life in orphanage. When they stumbled upon Fleemco ad in a newspaper they ordered a strange device by mail and soon they receive the Fleemco phone. The Replacements games allow players to receive and complete orders via Fleemco phone, a common practice of Todd and Riley in the series. The Replacements series follow siblings Todd and Riley as they cope with their daily life, subjecting themselves to hilarious consequences of replacing people via the Fleemco phone. Todd and Riley use their newly acquired phone as much as a typical teenager of twenty-first century. With a little difference there – that Fleemco phone can replace anyone upon desire of its user. Only persons not subject of replacement are the siblings themselves. Todd and Riley have strikingly different characters. While the youngest of the siblings Todd is boisterous and selfish, his older sister Riley is smart, devoted and far more responsible. Todd hates reading to such an extent, that he replaced school’s librarian upon an occasion. As seen in one of related games on our website, he would prefer flying a jetpack instead. Riley loves reading, playing violin and replacing rude people. Being more enlightened than her brother doesn’t stop Riley from having an imaginary unicorn friend called Rainbow Jumper. They find their adopting parents by making use of the Fleemco device as well. Their mother is Karen aka Agent K, a woman whose career in intelligence developed her a habit of considering simple daily chore like laundry a secret mission. Dick Daring is their daredevil adoptive father, who would rather convince Todd of becoming a stunt man instead of going to a reputable law school. Dick’s relationship with the family’s sport car is stranger than fiction. He thinks C.A.R. is his best friend, but C.A.R. wouldn’t allow Dick to drive itself, because it thinks that Dick will crash due to his extravagant profession.
The Replacements games expand viewer’s interpretation of the Disney show. The games stay true to character’s nature. Thus “Todd’s Jetpack Jeopardy” brings out Todd’s desire for action in a fast-paced arcade game. Control Todd’s jetpack using the arrows on the keyboard. Don’t run out of fuel, instead focus to collect as many fuel cans as you can. They will come in handy in the later stages of the game. Those who watched the series may know how reluctant C.A.R. is to trust Dick. For instance, one very interesting game featuring The Replacements, reinvents the relationship between the daredevil and C.A.R., putting you behind the wheel of the powerful machine. In “C.A.R.’s Daring Detour” players need to control the vehicle, while avoiding crashes on the fast lap. C.A.R. is fully able to argue with you in its pitch perfect British accent, so treat it as you would treat any character of The Replacements series.