Panza Kick Boxing

Original Platform: Amiga

Panza Kick Boxing is a Thai kickboxing sim that uses the license of André Panza, a French Kickboxer, nine times world champion in several disciplines.

Year1990
GenreBeat-'em-up
Rating4.5

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PublisherLoriciels
DeveloperFutura
OS supportedMacOS X 10.6+, Windows 7+
Updated14 May 2018
TAGSfighting martial arts boxing licensed

Game Review

Panza Kick Boxing is a Thai kickboxing sim that uses the license of André Panza, a French Kickboxer, nine times world champion in several disciplines.

The game was developed by Futura and published by Loriciels in 1990 for Amiga, DOS, Atari ST and Amstrad CPC. The creation of the game took more than two years. The studio used the rotoscoping technique to sample the movements of the champion, to make the game more realistic. There are some RPG elements because you can select your fighter and train him, choosing the moves from a vast selection.

Panza Kick Boxing is considered one of the best fighting games created for the Amiga. Animations and graphics are amazing; gameplay is fun and addictive. If you have liked International Karate, you will love this game.


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