Knight Squad

Game review by Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media
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age 13+

Fun, frantic party game with mild cartoonish violence.

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age 8+

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age 8+

A very simple game and great introduction to fast paced videogames.

Knight Squad is a family friendly game that can be played with up to eight players! Amazingly simple, the game features wargames like capture the flag and King of the Hill. There are only two controls to the game: Move/Run and Use Weapon. The game can get pretty hectic, but in a good way. There is no story, just a bunch of minigames. The violence is tuned so down that it is basically a game of tag. Getting poked with a sword or hit with an arrow only results in a poof of gass followed by a cartoon skeleton on the ground. A good tip is to focus on your color, as sometimes it is did difficult to tell where you will respawn after death.

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