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A pair of inseparable friends - smart, short, yet brave Kajko and his buddy, big, bald, fat, strong & gluttonous Kokosz - must face again the notorious Zbójcerze (Rogueknights) and their evil plot set to conquer the peaceful village of Mirmiłowo. The early medieval setting and fantasy themes resemble "Asterix & Obelix".

Kajko i Kokosz is a classic point & click adventure game, based on a popular Polish comic book series featuring the same characters. You can switch between the two characters at will, and some actions have to be done with a specific character. The controls are pretty simple - to interact with the environment, you just have to click. You have a limited space in your inventory, but you can take an object from your inventory and drop it anywhere at any time. The game graphics feature original artwork created by the creator of the series, Janusz Christa, thus retaining the "look & feel" of the comic books.


Kajko i Kokosz DOS Welcoming committee.
Kajko i Kokosz Amiga Lubawa
Kajko i Kokosz Amiga Lush vegetation
Kajko i Kokosz Amiga Well water was poisoned

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Kajko i Kokosz Magazine Advertisement

Alternate Titles

  • "Příhody z Galské země" -- Czech title

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Critic Reviews

Secret Service / New S Service Amiga Feb, 1995 77 out of 100 77
Gambler DOS Feb, 1996 70 out of 100 70
Amiga Computer Studio Amiga Feb, 1995 5 out of 10 50
CD-Action DOS Jun, 1997 4 out of 10 40
Imperium Gier DOS Mar 05, 1998 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Secret Service / New S Service DOS Dec, 1995 35 out of 100 35


Topic # Posts Last Post
CD version release date? 4 Lain Crowley (6782)
Oct 05, 2011


Czech version

In Czech Republic, the game was renamed to Příhody z Galské země, which literally translates as "Adventures from the Gaul country", and indeed in the Czech version the setting was presented as ancient Gaul rather than medieval Poland.

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