Abandonware DOS title

Knight Games

Olympic games were something back in the 80s and the 90s: Winter Games, Summer Games, California Games, anything-you-can-think-of games. Some imaginative developer thought that the world needed a different kind of "multisport" action game and came up with he idea behind Knight Games.
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Multiplayer modes:
single-player, PvP (player VS player)
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Main executable file (run this to play the game): kniggame/kg.exe

DOS Games can't run on Windows. You need an emulator such as DOSbox and/or a front-end like D-Fend Reloaded. Follow these instructions to run DOS games on Windows systems.

Knight Games reviews

"What Knight Games lacks is the feeling of playability with games where skill is needed. In six of the eight events the most effective policy is to move the joystick as fast as possible. not worrying about who or what is hit.
To get the most from Knight Games it is necessary to play against someone, not the computer, and even then, six out of the eight events are relatively similar.
For dedicated fans of Kung Fu/Sports games Knight Games will undoubtedly provide hours of fun; on the other hand it is unlikely that anyone else could justify the price." - Your Computer Magazine (1986)

Additional info

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk

Also published for: Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64

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