Abandonware DOS title

Panza Kick Boxing

Panza Kick Boxing is a video game released in 1990 for the Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, DOS, and ZX Spectrum platforms. It was developed and published by Loriciel. The game is named after André Panza, a well-known French kickboxer, and seeks to capture the essence of kickboxing in a digital format. In Panza Kick Boxing, players engage in one-on-one kickboxing matches, featuring realistic and detailed animations that were impressive for the time.
Panza Kick Boxing screenshot
panzakick-1.jpg - DOS
panzakick-2.jpg - DOS
panzakick-3.jpg - DOS
panzakick-4.jpg - DOS
panzakick-splash.jpg - DOS
released in:
Game modes:
single-player, PvP (player VS player)
what is abandonware?
4.27 / 5.00 (22 votes)

Share your love for this game

Panza Kick Boxing downloads

Do you have trouble running this game on Windows? Read this guide.

DOS games can't run on Windows. You need a DOS emulator like DOSbox or D-Fend Reloaded. Follow these instructions to play DOS games on Windows 10 or later systems.

Retro gamer collector's corner:

A 1992 sequel was announced in October 1992 tentatively titled Panza Kick Boxing 2.The game, closer in design to a re-release, was published in Japan as The Kick Boxing (Micro World) and Super Kickboxing (Electro Brain) as Panza was unknown in the country. This updated version was later imported in the United States by Electro Brain as Best of the Best: Championship Karate in July 1993. The game has also been subtitled Panza Gold Edition.

The above text is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. This text is based on this Wikipedia article.

Search on eBay


Additional info about Panza Kick Boxing

Status: abandonware
Input: joystick, keyboard
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk
Also published for: Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST
Abandonware DOS views: 7284


Write a comment
Have you ever played Panza Kick Boxing? Did you like it? Did you hate it? Write something about it: share your experience, give us hints on how to properly run this game or simply say how much you loved it.