Adventures of Kid Kleets
|a game by||Krisalis, ReadySoft, and Telegames|
|Editor Rating:||7/10, based on 2 reviews|
|User Rating:||7.0/10 - 4 votes|
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|See also:||Sport Games, Soccer Video Games, Adventures Games|
In 1994, at the Soccer World Cup Final, a UFO steals the coveted Cup right before the eyes of millions of spectators from around the globe.
While trying to ascend with the Cup, the UFO crashes into a satellite and explodes. In the explosion, the Cup is broken into five pieces and becomes scattered around the world in such places as New York, Rome, the Red Square and even a battleship. In this side-scrolling action game, the hero has to fight some goofy aliens with his trusty soccer ball and retrieve the Cup. The story is really out there. But hey, the action is cool, so check it out.
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- Pentium II (or equivalent) 266MHz (500MHz recommended), RAM: 64MB (128MB recommended), DirectX v8.0a or later must be installed
When Alien Pirate Scab scans for trophies to add to his collection, he discovers the World Cup and beams the trophy to his spaceship in space. That is until he collides with a meteor that sends the trophy scattered into different countries. Now, it is up to Kid Kleets to locate and gather all the pieces. In the 2002 and 2003 releases by Krisalis, ReadySoft, Telegames, and Ocean, the goal is to guide the soccer boy through various levels. His main tool throughout the entire game is his soccer ball. The player controls Kid Kleets and is able to perform various soccer moves like runs, shots, bicycle kicks, and headers in order to eliminate enemies or advance to the next level. The 3DO version begins showing soccer kid waiting for the World Cup to start. After the Alien Pirate Scabs steals the trophy, then the adventure takes off as the young boy begins retrieving the trophy pieces. This platform-based game is for single players and compatible with Amiga, Amiga CD32, 3DO, SNES, DOS, Jaguar, Game Boy Advance, and Play Station.