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A platform game resembling Mario and Wonderboy quite strongly. Kid must rescue the woman he loves by crossing 6 worlds, each split into 4 levels. There are a range of baddies to beat, following pre-set attack patterns or just staying on the spot, to be killed using your sword.

Once killed most release things like tokens, keys (sometimes required to open end-of-level doors), apples (for extra energy) and occasionally poison. There are lots of semi-hidden sections and bonus areas to find and explore, including bonus arcade games and fruit machines. Every world ends with a boss.


Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back Amiga The first place you have to visit is the Ice Island.
Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back Amiga Your girlfriend is kidnapped.
Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back Amiga Arrows show you exactly where to go all the time. So don't worry about getting lost...
Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back Amiga I'm using a balloon to fly over these spikes.

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Tedious by-the-numbers platform game with nothing to offer Martin Smith (66801) 1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars

Critic Reviews

Amiga Action Aug, 1991 76 out of 100 76
Datormagazin Jan 30, 1992 75 out of 100 75
Amiga Joker Jan, 1992 70 out of 100 70
Play Time Mar, 1992 67 out of 100 67
Power Play Mar, 1992 63 out of 100 63


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Cancelled versions

The game was also planned for 8-bit systems. The Spectrum version was previewed by Crash! magazine, and seemed to be at an advanced stage. The C64 version got far enough for a scrolling demo of the first level to be viewable.


The game was originally called Little Beau, and was due to be released by Digital Magic, before they folded in late 1991. Millenium acquired the game, and made some small changes to make it a Kid Gloves sequel, and released it as such.
Martin Smith (66801) added Kid Gloves II: The Journey Back (Amiga) on Jun 19, 2004
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