F-Zero Climax is a Game Boy Advance video game released in October of 2004. It was released exclusively in Japan by Nintendo and Suzak, and is as of yet the last game in the series. The gameplay is extremely similar to the previous games in the franchise. However, the game contains a track designer. The F-Zero X Expansion Kit also came with an advanced track designer, but this was the first time that it was built in with the game, and the first time for a track designer to be featured in a handheld F-Zero game. The stages you make can be played in Time Attack and in the game's multiplayer mode. The game features the most tracks and characters of any handheld F-Zero game to date.