A downloadable game for Windows

You are a knight in the King's service. You are his sword, his shield and his destructive will incarnate. You are content only amidst the bloodshed and carnage of combat. 

You belong among the ranks of ruthless warriors around you. 

The battlefield is your home... and it always will be.


This was made during the Global Games Jam. 

You can skip the intro by pressing space!

Install instructions

Unzip the files and open the .exe file.


A Knight's Fee.zip 72 MB


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Loved the combat and the suspense. Would love this to be a part of a larger game.

Here is a short video we made while playing:

This is such a cool concept, I really enjoyed this game!

what is the tool or kit for making the game


Played it and absolutely loved it!


WOW. This was super impactful. The tension. The fear. The paranoia. Loved it. 


Gave it a go...


Very well done for the restrictions of a game jam! You seemed to have a concept in mind and executed on it completely. I was even surprised to see multiple endings. The random missile/explosion SFX were kind of odd, but I guess it adds atmosphere. Anyways, looking forward to seeing some bigger projects from you in the future! Here's a little video I made while playing through it.


this was perfect! loved the atmosphere! this was a very different style of gameplay! :D i think i ran into a bug at the end but other than that, this was amazing! awesome job on making this game :D 


This is pretty fascinating to me. You created something quite powerful without very much. Great aesthetic and sound design


Nice Game


Really cool idea for a game. A little confusing at first, but it's very cool. Great job.


What a cool game! Really loved the feel of it, in the thick of battle, the fog of war! Really well done! 


Had a blast check out the video of me and 2 friends playing it on our channel. We played for a good 4 hours after the video trying to see if there was a secret ending.


Thanks a lot, enjoyed that!!


Awesome Game Dev thanks :)