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Oct 4, 2005 | 2:23 PM EDT
  • Weekly 3rd Place October 12, 2005

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye... The Queen needs a new swimming pool. The King calls upon you, The Black Knight, to go hither and bash as much taxes as possible from thy freeloading peasants.

Update: changed the game timer to be frame count based instead of 60 seconds per level so now people with slower computers won't be penalized.

This is my first venture into a "1-click" game. Simply press the mouse button to bash thy freeloading peasants. Yet it's got surprising depth, learn to make combos, wind up for super hits, earn extra points, use powerups properly, and compete for global high scores.

This game features some great touches. The King's a stuffy little tart, the Black Knight is a big loveable dummy, great animations and music (almost like watching an old cartoon), and don't forget the elevator music in the upgrade store :-) It just appeals to a core male emotion of hulk smash.

Created in association with Brain Jam. Our idea/guidance/budget and their art/programming.

Got a website? Your welcome to put The Black Knight on your site, un-altered of course.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Of year 2005, I believe for /that/ time, the game was on even beyond the brink of the fashion of the Ofthe..
Flash Games!

And can be played nowadays (tho it is not 2015 yet, not even a decade old :/ )


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

no the game was made in medival times

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I remember playing this game when I was younger- good memories. :)
Nice graphics considering it was made in 2005. The game play is simple, but still fun.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A bit boring. I don't remember how I found this game but I know I've played it before. For 2005 the graphics and sound are incredible, too bad the gameplay is rather lackluster. All you do is click, hold, release, repeat. The biggest issue is that I didn't even buy any weapons except the best one, and my strategy worked. Once I had the best weapon, there was no need for the shop or the money I gained - just more monotony.

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