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Knights and Bikes

KNIGHTS AND BIKES is a hand-painted action-adventure for 1 or 2 players, set on a British island in the 1980s. It's a coming-of-age story starring Nessa & Demelza, exploring the coasts of Penfurzy on their trusty bikes, looking for a legendary lost treasure in a Goonies-inspired tale of excitement, danger, fun and friendship. The two new friends, along with their pet-goose and the pickled-head of an undead knight, form the Penfurzy Rebel Bicycle Club, and are ready for anything this adventure throws at them. They pedal into danger to face threats head-on with frisbees, water-balloons, video game controllers and the powerful beats of an amplified boom-box.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

PLEASE BUY THIS GAME
reasons:
- the cutest most detailed animations that make u laugh
- a vegetarian option when they were telling a story that involved meat (i was SO thankful and shocked. i was feeling sad about the meat part and then nessa says "im feeling sad about the pigs" and it gave me an option to ask demelza for a vegetarian version of the story)
- perfect rainy day vibes
- zen and relaxing
- reconnects you with a feeling of youth
- sentiment and nostalgia and character relationship dynamics that are super real
- asmr UI sounds
- demelza
- so many little moments you experience with them along their journey that are rly nice n enjoyable
and this is all after playing the game for less than half an hour

Review from Steam

My name is Joey and I played this with my daddy and we beat it and it was really good and other kids should play it too.

Review from Steam

Knights and Bikes is the best narrative co-op game I’ve played. This charming coming-of-age story centers on two British children who team up to explore a coastal island with a rich (if possibly mythical) history. There’s a deliberate ambiguity to what is real and what is imaginary, and the game perfectly captures the wild imagination of a lonely child. It seems designed with accessibility in mind: the combat is easy and fast-paced, the puzzles thought-provoking but never overly difficult. I played it with my friend, both of us in our early 30s, and we had a lot of fun inhabiting the characters and even doing voices for them. I wouldn’t say the game is *targeted* at kids, but I think it would be a great game for children, assuming they’re decent readers.
It’s a shame that this is probably the last game Double Fine will ever publish, because despite being developed by Foam Sword Games, it has a lot of Double Fine’s energy (in the best possible way). Hopefully other publishers can pick up the baton and help promote charming titles like this one.
Also, the soundtrack rocks.

Review from Steam

I love this game. There is an adorable goose & so many funny moments! It is unique & I'd recommend it to anyone who wants a wholesome adventure. I got the game on sale for $13. I would love to see what other games this team comes up with!

Review from Steam

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Review from Steam

Very nice!