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Game #596
Knight Games  
Sport   Fighting

Rating: 6.92 (28 votes)

Knight Games box cover

Knight Games screenshot
Knight Games is a fun collection of medieval sports that is similar to Epyx's California Games in playability and unique events, although the graphics is inferior and the controls are not as intuitive. Prove your valor and skills in 8 exciting events including Sword Fighting, Duelling Axemen, Archery, Quarterstaff Bashing, Crossbow Shooting, Sword Fighting 2, Ball and Chain Flailing, and Pikestaff Contests. Crossbow Shooting and Ball and Chain Flailing are the best of the bunch, as there are many new targets and surprises the more you play. The rest of the games become repetitive after a while-- each new opponent isn't any tougher than the last one, and they all look the same except for different color clothes. Overall, an interesting game to while away 15-20 minutes at a time, but long-term play value is nil.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Jon Williams
Developer: English Software
Publisher: Mastertronic
Year: 1987
Software Copyright: Mastertronic
Theme: Historical
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Crossbow: Legend of William Tell, Conquests of Camelot, World Games

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