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Knights 2: The Magic Medicine

aka: Kajko a Kokoš: Zázračný Lék, Kajko i Kokosz 2: Cudowny Lek , Knights 2: Wundermittel
Moby ID: 69529

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Knights 2: The Magic Medicine is a sequel to Knights: Learn to Fly. It is based on the cult Polish comic book Kajko i Kokosz. This time two brave knights (small and fast but weak Kajko or big and slow but strong Kokosz) have to find a Magic Medicine for their ill friend Mirmił. The action fighting gameplay remains unchanged, although the knights will receive a new supporting character - a dragon named Sweet (Miluś), available in selected missions. The game is divided into nine locations full of dangerous bandits, traps and other obstacles. Finishing the game requires constant fighting with a numerous enemies and high jumping skills, starting from simple steps through advanced moving platforms placed above the deadly wooden spikes.

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  • В поисках волшебного зелья - Russian spelling

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Game added by Karsa Orlong.

Additional contributors: Zhuzha.

Game added November 11, 2014. Last modified February 22, 2023.