Koko Arena (Windows)

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Koko Arena is a casual game, similar to Arcade Volleyball, for either two players or for one player against the computer.

The player controls a small, very round, cartoon style character on a volleyball-like court. A ball appears on the screen and the player must knock it over the net to the other side of the court where their opponent is waiting. Points are scored when the ball touches the ground on the opponents side of the net. A match consists of the best of three sets, each set is decided by the first to seven points.
There are two types of game, a quick single match or the Koko Cup in which the player must compete against fifteen other Koko's
There are sixteen characters that the player can choose from which represent different countries and are dressed in their national costume, none have any special abilities so they all play the same.
During a game icons appear on screen. If the ball passes over an icon it triggers variations in play such as a heavier ball, an on-court oil slick that makes movement difficult, a higher net, or it may change the size of the players character.
The game can be played via the keyboard a joystick, or a mouse.

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Koko Arena Windows The main menu screen.
Koko Arena Windows Before a game can start the player(s) must choose their controller.
Koko Arena Windows This game is available as a time limited shareware release on some web sites, as freeware on others
Koko Arena Windows Fritz has triggered the oil slick feature which makes controlling Garcia very difficult.

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Freeware release

Nology, the game's developer, ceased to exist in 2004 however its games continue to be published on web sites around the world. As they still own the intellectual property rights, but no longer receive any revenue, they took the decision to make all their games available for free download.
piltdown_man (138875) added Koko Arena (Windows) on Dec 16, 2012