Last Knight is over-the-top jousting action in a beautiful brutal fantasy world! It comes with bucketloads of content and is inspired by outstanding third-person platformers like Crash Bandicoot.
User reviews: Very Positive (101 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 3, 2014

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"Featuring the "wasted" font from GTA, run lancefirst into enemies whilst only achieving minimal blain damlage."

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October 31

Update #8 - Halloween, Competitors, 37 New Cameras and Dancing!

The Halloween update is now live! A bit late but still not too late.


You will now find lots of pumpkin hats as well as enemies with pumpkin hats. The drop rate of all hats in Endless Journey is greatly increased over the span of the event. It will probably last some days into the next week. Because it is Last Knight's last night's Halloween event! Or last week's or something!


Brand new are competitor rider that roam the world like you do. But have no fear, they are not the smartest, nor the strongest, nor the fastest, nor the bravest. So they probably die sooner then you do. They will also grab coins though, so you might want to get rid of them with a friendly joust in their back. Alternatively you can just ram them in the sides like you would do in the game Burnout (Just with horses instead of cars and ragdoll goodness)

Don't ram them in the back though because that will result in a Smash-Up! Those riders are slower then you so you will automatically catch up to them but you can also accelerate that by bunny hopping. Get them before they die! Poor bbbbbaaaaaaaaaa sssssssssssss ketballs.

There are also scary skeleton riders which are not even a tad more intelligent. But they have at least the excuse that their brain is already rotten!
Also pretty brainless are the ghosts, yes ghosts! But don't be afraid they are as fast as the wind and with it quickly gone.

New Cameras

Not 1, not 2, not 3, 37 new cameras are now in the game! They cover all kinds of views while a lot of them are not very practical yet really cool to watch! There are also just FOV variations and the first person FOV can now be changed by simply using the mousewheel. Here are some of them:

Click it for the full view.

You can simply change the 3rd Person Camera with the mouse wheel while playing. There is also a randomization on slot 0, it changes the camera randomly every few seconds which makes it very cinematic but also really crazy. You can see the number on the top left when you use the mouse wheel. Most of them are pretty experimental and there can be clipping and cameras just going through obstacles.


Yes, you can now dance in Last Knight! I discovered dancing by accident while making the Rogue Rider Tutorial images. I just implemented somethings that let me force a ragdoll to different sides with pressing keys to get this images:

As it turns out it looks like dancing (Not the best dancing but pretty good from my point of view)
You can now dance after every region passed in the Rogue Rider Adventure mode and when you die there and when you found a Wonder of the World. You can also dance as many times as you want then in the trophies screen to celebrate your "flawless" victories!

I can dance!

My horse can dance!

Hats buy and transform

No, not with real money! Who buys unreal hats with real money? Anyway, you can now buy a random hat with lots of gold and alternatively randomly transform a existing one. (Let the same hat type generate new)
But you only get those options in the customize screen after you purchased the new castle with lots of gold. This is for Endless Journey only.

Rogue Rider Adventure Tutorial

As mentioned before there is now a little tutorial for the Rogue Rider Adventure mode which gives you the basics you need to know. The inventory has been also made more clear.
You can see the tutorial also in the loading screen when clicking and you also see now stats flying in while the world gets generated.


I made some discoveries performance wise, especially over time the performance is now significantly better.

No, it was not all the poop ragdolls! But most had something do with some things not getting cleaned up.

Here is the change notes list:
- Added other riders (Smash able AIs riding through the world)
- Added randomly generated Pumpkin hats
- Added 37 3rd Person cameras (change with mousewheel while playing)
- Added First Person FOV on mousewheel
- Added Dancing (Region passed, RRA death and Wonder of The World screen)
- Added Hats buying and transforming (New castle required)
- Added Tutorial for RRA
- Added Stats showing for RRA loading
- Added intro forHalloween
- Changed Endless Journey hat drop hate much higher for the Halloween event
- Changed RRA gamepad camera rotating to be indirect
- Improved Performance (lots for over time)
- Improved cinematic cameras (mostly canceling)
- Improved Inventory (easier to understand)
- Fixed Knight quests start text taking over to RRA
- Fixed RRA camera unlock button issue
- Fixed Knight endless mode unlock text not showing
- Fixed some Camera options being still attached to presets
- Fixed some spaces missing in the RRA armor reward screen
- Fixed a load issue with old save games
- Fixed rainbows disappearing bug
- Fixed some issues with the new music system
- Fixed "Careful! Explosive!" achievement not working
- Fixed a issue with distance setting
- Fixed some tutorial text

May you have a Smasssshhhhhtaaaaaastic Halloween,
Dead Hanged-Man
Toco Games
@TocoGamescom -

A lot of views as a gif:

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October 19

More More Moar Moarrr!

Hi there musketeers of the round table of the triangular kingdom.

There are now more then 550 Musketeers! The kingdom, king and queen are more then well protected! If you have not joined yet go here and grab your musketeer hat:

Rogue Rider Adventure Preview Video

As you might noticed or not noticed there has not been much press about the release of Last Knight: Rogue Rider Edition but there have been Youtube videos. Here is a great entertaining one about the Rogue Rider Adventure mode by MetalCanyon:

As also mentioned there the food has been not made clear in the game which let to the confusion of explosive food, poisoned food and even radioactive food. But the most important bit is that the food only shows up as red bllinking when you are too fat to eat it. If you know Monthy Python you probably also know that too much eating results in explosion of the body.
If not you need to watch this right now because it is a must see! But beware it is also very gross:
For the next update I will include some info about that as well as the inventory slots. Also, if you have questions don't be afraid to ask in the forum. In Last Knight there are quite a lot of things different then in other games.

Cool Stuff

In order to promote the game I created several interesting things.
A version of the low poly stylized kingdom which works realtime in your browser:

The Last Knight cereals called Smashies, unfortunately not real but the box shows some real things of the game:
The Smashtastic of the intro:

There is also this 7 Seconds Last Knight trailer now:
Here as a looped gif:
I also updated the Trailer on the Steam page with some quotes in a interesting way.

Achievements Guide

Jepp created this great guide, with the help of Chris Fifty-Two, for all your achievements hunters out there:
Getting all 77 achievements sure is not easy! Here are all 77 in 1 image plus a steak, a meat pizza and a scared skeleton:

Gamers Got Hearts

The Gamers Got Hearts event which donates all received money to the Save the Children charity is currently going on. I also donated Last Knight keys to it. For every donation you make you get a game and the amount gets amplified by 6 and all send to Save the Children. You probably have Last Knight already but your friends might not and you can of course get also a lot of other games there. I am not allowed to put the link here on Steam but this should work:

Next Update

Apart of the already mentioned more info for the Rogue Rider Adventure mode I will also add something that lets you later on buy hats or transform existing hats with lots of gold in Endless Journey. That idea has been already mentioned several times in the forum, then you have something to do with all your gold after you have bought all the power ups, upgrades, characters, safety rope, insurance and the castle. But don't worry it will always be gold that you find in the game which lets you then buy hats, never something like "Secret of the Magic Crystals - Dress Up" DLC
...which is currently in the New Popular Releases, this screenshot probably already says it all:
Poor hats, poor horses, so sad.

For the update some Halloween themed hats should also be cool as well as some more magic properties.

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All for fun, fun for all,
David Hagemann
Toco Games
@TocoGamescom -

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“Its just damn fun. That is why we play games, right?”
Alex Coccia, Greenlit Gaming

“By the end of a run-through you will be left breathless and your brain buzzing as it slows back down to reality.”
Tom Christiansen, Indie Game Mag

“The production values are top-notch, especially for a game that comes with such a low price tag.”
Matt Suckley, God is a Geek

Key Features

  • OVER-THE-TOP JOUSTING! - Countless enemies had been shot, hacked and slashed in the history of games. Now it is time to ram a wooden lance in some gut, send your foes flying, and watch them bite the dust! Body parts ripping off, ragdoll horse physics, and destructive environments included.
  • A BEAUTIFUL BRUTAL WORLD – Dive into a magical fantasy world full of treasures and adventures! Don't be fooled by the cartoony looks: here, simply bumping into a silly wooden fence spells a sudden end to your hero's life. If you fancy dying in a more heroic way, how about getting swallowed by a giant toad, falling into a lava pit, exploding from eating too much turkey, getting impaled by a Hitler Snowman, or just getting lit on fire by a dragon!
  • BUCKETLOADS OF CONTENT – Divided into three major parts - the Story Mode, the Endless Journey Mode and the Rogue Rider Mode - this game has a lot to offer and there is always something new to accomplish, find, or unlock. Power-ups, characters, view modes, mutators, quests, game mode variations, randomly generated hats, you name it! Did you ever wish to be a skeleton king with a fancy wig riding over rainbows on a flower-pooping pink unicorn? It's all up to you in this game!
  • INSPIRED BY CRASH BANDICOOT – Good third-person platformers were always hard to find on PC, when consoles sport countless shining examples: the first Crash Bandicoot titles, Spyro, Ratchet & Clank, and Super Mario were all a big inspiration for Last Knight. This game kicks it up a notch with non-stop jousting action, no-health instant death, procedurally-generated worlds, as well as custom-crafted levels with Knightmare levels in-between. To top it off, the new Rogue Rider Mode pushes it all into a rogue-like direction, and if you don't like third-person view, try playing in first-person mode!

What they say

  • Quote by: Alex Coccia, Greenlit Gaming:
    "Its just damn fun. That is why we play games, right?"
  • Quote by: Jim Rossignol, Rock Paper Shotgun:
    "Splendid-looking cartoon jousting and knightliness game."
  • Quote by: Tom Christiansen, Indie Game Mag:
    "By the end of a run-through you will be left breathless and your brain buzzing as it slows back down to reality."
  • Quote by: Matt Suckley, God is a Geek:
    "The production values are top-notch, especially for a game that comes with such a low price tag."
  • Quote by: Joe Jasko, Gamezebo:
    "Amazing visuals. Fun environments and power-ups. Rewarding difficulty and jousting combat system."

Just Updated

Last Knight's Last Night's Halloween Event Is Still Lasting.

No DLC and No In-App Purchases

No payed DLC and no In-App purchases but lots of free randomly generated hats!

About This Game

Last Knight is a unique genre mix that combines platforming, action-packed riding
and ragdoll physics driven jousting! It is fast-paced action in a never ending randomly generated Unreal Engine powered fantasy world!

The story mode put it's player in control of a squire on its way of becoming a knight. But before he can prove himself, events of epic proportions make him the last hope for the kingdom! On his heroic adventure he will have to fight the horned bucket heads and oversized hungry creatures. He will have to get through a wide range of dangerous environments as well as his own Knightmares. But beside the story there is much more. Various game modes let you adventure through always different never ending generated worlds filled with riches and dangers. On your journeys you will also find quests that will take each of the characters on different missions in the hunt for fame and glory as well as gold and chivalry. Gold can be spent on fancy power ups, while chivalry can unlock world bending mutators and different view modes like the intense first person view. Cutting-edge features like a fully dynamic randomized weather system and a collision system that can alter basically everything of the world geometry make this game even more over the top.

  • A full-fledged adventure in the story mode
  • Randomly generated world in the different endless modes
  • Your own adventure in a generated kingdom in the Rogue Rider Adventure mode
  • Wide range of different fantasy environments
  • Quests and rewards system
  • Beautiful graphics archived with the Unreal Engine
  • Unique Power ups and other special unlock-ables
  • Customization with different characters
  • Dynamic weather system
  • Ragdoll physics feedback
  • Impacts alter and deform the world
  • 3rd Person, First Person and Bird's Eye view modes
  • World Mutators, Body Mutators and randomly generated hats

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP or higher
    • Processor: 2.4GHz Dual Core or 2.6GHz Quad Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Shader Model 3.0 Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT or AMD Radeon HD 3870 or 1GB Nvidia GeForce
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows compatible sound card
    • OS: Windows XP or higher
    • Processor: 2.6GHz Dual Core or 2.8GHz Quad Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Shader Model 3.0 Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT or AMD Radeon HD 3870 or 1GB Nvidia GeForce
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows compatible sound card
    • OS: 10.6
    • Processor: 2.5GHz Dual Core or 2.6GHz Quad Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    • Sound Card: OSX compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: - Long startup loading on OSX, Fast CPU recommended
    • OS: 10.6
    • Processor: 2,6 GHz Dual-Core i5 (3,1 GHz Turbo Boost) or 2,2 GHz Quad-Core i5 (3,4 GHz Turbo Boost)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia Graphics Card
    • Hard Drive: 900 MB available space
    • Sound Card: OSX compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: - Long startup loading on OSX, Fast CPU recommended
Helpful customer reviews
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 28
A really nice game and plays very well on PC. I'm not a fan of the infinite runner genre but this is a fun game and well made.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 20
This game is pure fun! Every time you crash you can slow motion it and take nice screenshots!
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39 of 57 people (68%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 22
Early Access Review
Transitioning mobile games to PC is a fickle thing. Going from a platform primarily played in short bursts while waiting in line or for a call, to one that people tend to set aside hours of their time to play something more substantial, often leaves mobile to PC ports feeling watered down; too shallow to keep the players interest when there is so much else to play and better left on the platform they originated on. This isn't to say I'm in any way opposed to mobile games coming to PC, but the way games are approached on the two different platforms is so different that it's often hard to bring one to the other without losing something along the way.

Last Knight fits into all of this for the fact of it being an endless runner, a genre often cited to have began with Canabalt but was certainly popularized with mobile games like Jetpack Joyride and Temple Run. Toco Games aren't looking to make just another runner however. Instead, there's a clear vision at the core of Last Knight that they feel the genre has room to grow past its time waster roots into something more compelling and engrossing. Fantastic visuals are the first to sell this idea, with noticeably higher production values than you see in most games of the genre, with tons of color and visual effects making for an impressive display that really makes you feel they're onto something. Looking past the pretty graphical prowess however, the game begins to show it's not as far off from its shallow contemporaries as it would like you to think.

Though split into three modes, classic endless running, a campaign, and a still in production choose-your-own-adventure experiment, the gameplay of Last Knight is relatively the same throughout all of them. Mounting your horse and grabbing a lance, you ride through levels dodging left and right between obstacles, jumping gaps, grabbing coins, and occasionally hitting an oncoming rider off his horse. It's a traditional but perfectly solid design, whose flaws lie in how actually playing it feels.

Endless runners rely on quick reflexes, which in turns require you be able to see the obstacles in front of you in time to react to them. Last Knight fails both of these by positioning the camera in possibly the worst view it could be, creating a painfully low draw distance that barely allows you to see ahead of you at all, but certainly not enough to dodge obstacles consistently with how slowly your rider moves from side to side. It makes death feel cheap and random, like you simply got unlucky by being on that side of the screen when they through something at you you had no chance to avoid. I also found myself feeling rather seasick from the view angle, which for those often prone to motion sickness in games may make the game unplayable.

Last Knight fails again in regards to making itself a game that players want to return to. Level designs are decent when you are going through the story and only seeing each area once, but in endless mode it quickly becomes obvious how little variation there is between sections, and as a result I became bored of the mode after only a handful of runs (which for an endless runner is essentially a death sentence).

I can't recommend Last Knight for a variety of reasons, but perhaps the biggest one is that for how hard it tries, it winds up even less than the free (some would say throwaway) runners that populate mobile and flash gaming. It's impressive visuals can only do so much to hide the dull and forgettable gameplay underneath, that all the while did nothing but make me wonder why I wasn't playing any number of other games instead. I'd like to say Last Knight still has potential, that while it's still in early access it has time to be reworked and improved into something more enjoyable, but at this point and with how tightly ingrained its issues are I'm really not sure it does.
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 7
Last Knight is a runner game frequently compared to Temple Run but honestly feels alot more like a game based around the Warthog level in Crash Bandicoot 1. There is a mode that allows endless running but there is also a story mode and an addictive rougelike mode. Hats, power ups and a food system offer a surprising amount of content for what appears to be just another runner. It is a good looking game running in the Unreal engine and has tons of charm. Accidentally making your rider eat a giant meat stacked burger and then fearing the sight of floating chicken wings is definitely a unique and rather comedic experience.

The sound effects and music are very well done and perfectly fit the theme of the game. Most importantly controls are tight and responsive making moments when a rival rider or monster knock you off your horse feel fair. The rag doll effects when you best your foes is a very enjoyable effect that never gets old. Though this is not the kind of games you would play for hours on end, it's more of a go to game when you have a bit of spare time and want a simple yet challenging gaming session.

This is one of the very few Early Access games that I am glad I supported, friendly dev that is open to suggestions and a released product that feels complete and polished. If you are one of those people that stare at your Steam list wondering what you should play I can think of no better go to game than Last Knight Rouge Rider Edition.
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 3
Last Knight: Rogue Rider Edition, is one of the those amazing games that steam fails to promote fairly.
( notes , I got this game on April while it was on early access and i have a few hours on game-play but offline so it was not recorded, and I stopped updating it but since I saw it fully released now I updated and started playing again )

This game is really something , I liked it ever since I played it the first time although there were some glitches and Serious Framedrops at the beginning which stopped me from playing this game at first , but they are all fixed now and i'm enjoying this game a lot which is why I am making this review

To hit the point early, Whats not to like ? This game has beautiful artwork style, outstanding graphics, interactive story, great gameplay, Unlockables , Customizations, Secrets, Achievements , Trading cards, Stats , Controller supports and it also works beautifully on a keyboard and mouse so its got everything.

It is basically a running game, With Medieval touch, You're a knight on a horse the character keeps running, you dodge stuff jump And use your spear to thrust and the game gets better and better the more you play.

It supports huge screens with the resolution options, and while there it also has full graphics settings and the game is not that demanding with requirements I have a very normal laptop with a small Nvidia gpu and running this perfectly.

The game has some modes and stuff that makes it more entertaining, Such as Powerups to improve your strength by purchasing various items, unlocking quests for different characters throughout Endless mode ( which is really fun and hard ), More unlockables as you play through the game.

The game has (Mutators) which are more unlockables you unlock by getting (chivalry) points , they alter how the game is , For an example, one of them can turn this game into a first person view, and many more that changes the world and everything ( wont spoil it any further ) but they are brilliant

There also a "New world" Mode that is a randomly generated world you choose your path as you go on it has powerups and secrets and hats ! ( for customizing character )
And it is considered a Rogue-like , it spends a few seconds generating the new world ( a map for you to travel on ) and if you die its game over in this mode and you have to generate a new one, it is very different from the base game, you have a health Bar and find food to regain Hp, and after ever level you open up an inventory to upgrade your state and abilities.

And 4 other Fun modes to waste hours and hours on : )

Just by looking at those store Screenshots you can tell that this game is fun, Thats exactly the type of graphics I like in a video game, The water reflection, the trees the lights are so addictive and fun and the Animations with it are truly outstanding.

The game's soundtracks are really great, it brings out the medieval sense to this game along with this artwork.

I especially like the challenges in this game, it gets harder by the minute, faster and requires precision and more crazy stuff popping out and dragons ! you can't have a game with knights in it without dragons I always say !

The character designs are brilliant I love how they add this "Comedy" Touch to the game while maintaining its realistic forum and story.

So Overall.

- Pros :
1 - Wonderful Graphics, Animations, Artwork, Character designs, Style, Soundtrack
2 - Great addictive entertaining game-play, and a long story.
3 - The game takes a while to finish and with the challenges and modes it could be at least 20 hours to begin with and i'm looking at more hours : )
4 - Unlockables, Mutators that alters the game, Unlocking new characters , Customizing your own character and horse, Purchasing PowerUps, Endless mode for laughs and giggles ( and more secrets ) brings out more hours
5 - VERY fair store price ! I mean for this game you'd expect it to AT LEAST hit 14,99$ but this ? This is a great deal!

- Cons
1 - I feel the game is still not 100% optimized it COULD be that my laptop is just old , because when I minisize the game and bring it back up it freezes for a few seconds and takes time to start sometimes, Not sure if this should be a con because its the game or not a con because my laptop is getting old

This game is a must have for all you out there that enjoys those Runner games where you keep dodging stuff because this should be one of the tops, Everything about this game I just love so much I dare to say that you NEED to buy this game if you liked how it looks in the store
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
10.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 2
Early Access Review
Despite its technical hiccups and the odd menu design, Last Knight is still a fantastic romp through a vibrant medieval kingdom, with eye-popping visuals, incredible challenges, and just all-around fun. Last Knight is a fantastic looking game, and could potentially be a even more fun if it weren't so frustrating at times. It definitely doesn't need more options, but the ones that are already present need some tightening before I'd consider this game to be anything more than a showpiece. In any case, the production values are top-notch, especially for a game that comes at a such low price. If this is the future of endless runner games, then sign me up, because I'm on my way to buy a new pair of running shoes.
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11 of 17 people (65%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 16
Early Access Review
Last Knight just didn't grab me. I played until the cave chapter with the bats. I found the viewing angle a bit awkward at times, making it annoying trying to line up my lance. It was also rather repetitive in the short amount of time I spent with it. Jousting a bat felt very much like jousting a spider or little slime pouch that was sticking up out of the ground. I can see how someone looking to pass some time riding a bus playing the game on a mobile device might find more value in it, but for me there are so many better little action games to pick up and play for short periods of time, or something more substantial for longer gaming sessions.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
Best runner currently on Steam, bar none, with a ridiculously active and enthusiastic dev team. There's no reason a casual runner should receive so much polish and so many meaningful updates, but it's clearly a labour of love for its creators.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
The fun for this game never ends. Campaign is a little repetitive but it's a nice kickstarter to anyone new to the game. Customization and challenges keep you coming back for more. Fun and simple. Anyone can enjoy.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
23.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 16
Early Access Review
I normally don't go for games of this type, but I have to say this game is awesome. I really enjoy it.
It's funny, the graphics are great in both landscaping and characters and the horses face is brilliant, makes me smile. The controls are responsive, physics are great.
The sound of the environment effects, enemy and obstacle impact, the horse moving all fantastic.
I love the way you pick up quests, you get the quest if you can ride through it. Each quest is for a specific character, which I think is another great thing, because it gives you a good motive to want to unlock the other characters.
I really don't think there's anything about this game that I don't like.
I love my free musketeer hat as well =) Haven't come across any of the others at all yet, but I read the drop rates for them are about to be improved (and new stuff added) so I look forward to that.
There's a lot of different modes to play in as well. 3 are accessible straight way and the other modes you can unlock.
There's power ups you can buy with gold as well.
I'm normally a little wary of early access games but to be honest if this game is abandoned before completion (which I really don't think it will be) I'd be really sad, but there's enough game play and it's polished enough and I've had such fun playing what is available so far that I wouldn't regret that I bought it, or feel cheated in any way. So if buying in to an early access game is one of your concerns, it doesn't need to be with this game. (At the time of writing the game is only £4 anyway, I mention this because I know £4 can be a lot to some people, and for kids spending pocket money etc)
My main concern watching the videos was that this game would give me motion sickness but even though the camera is bouncy I haven't had an issue with motion sickness playing this at all (I've only played in 3rd person so far). There's an option to switch off the bounce though if this does affect you (which imo all games should have a motion sickness friendly camera option), so a HUGE thumbs up for this as well since for a lot of us it means persevering with a game while feeling chronically ill or not playing a game at all and basically throwing your money away.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 20
Early Access Review
This game is great...There is so little endless runner's on PC..This title calmed down my thirst for that type of games...It's short fun but perfect time eater,reasonable amount of unlockables(hope more is added through free updates)and that's it...Low price,great fun,good amounts of content..Enjoy :D
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 5
I think what makes this title shine the most is the rogue rider mode. I find this game really fun with its replay value through rogue rider mode and how every time you die a new world generates. The rogue rider mode has neat little things like keeping your horse and yourself well fed, equipment for your protection, and mother♥♥♥♥ing hats! The thing about the hats is that its not just cosmetic as it can vary up how the game is played or even make it harder.

I'm no stranger to rogue-lites and the gameplay is interesting and different from other rogue-lite games that mostly focus on combat. This game focuses on your reflexs on obstacles and jousting enemies. Most of the time it is greed that will kill you. Its simple and its fun.

The thing is most appealing (imo) is the great wealth of content. Just look at all those achievements! There is a lot of things to unlock and discover. In Rogue Rider mode there are wonders on the map. I don't have a ♥♥♥♥ing clue what those are and I want to know! I think Rogue Rider mode is where you'll be spending the most time in.

I don't really have that much to complain about this game. Just don't overlook it as an endless runner you would find akin to mobile games. The game is good looking, its funny at times, it has a vault of content, it has quests, different modes to change how you approach the game, and most importantly its really fun.

(Edit) I'll also like to mention the growing number of negative reviews that have none of them even log in an hours worth of gameplay and don't even mention the biggest feature in this game that sets it apart from the ios version which is the rogue rider mode. Which is damn well worth the price btw! I just think the negative feedback is undeserved as this is a very fun game, its not misleading at all if you can look at the screenshots, and its not even full priced.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 19
Last Knight, developed by Toco Games, is a PC game in which you will take on the role of squire, or knight in training. You will be faced with many different challenges, as well as many different modes to play in. This is a 3D rogue runner game. What I mean by this is that the levels are always going to be randomly generated, and you, on your horse, will constantly be going. You will have to joust enemies as they block your path. You will need to collect coins, and in some modes food.

Graphically you are looking at a game that looks very well polished. There's definitely some roughness to the polygons used, but that just fits the game. There's also an impressive amount of different play modes, when it comes to the story portion of the game. You will get to see the game from 3/4 view, 1st person, and top down. Making sure that all of these different views felt polished is quite impressive. There's also the fact that the levels are randomly generated, and the differing areas, path, cave, forest, etc flow seamlessly.

The music of the game is a very uplifting, medieval themed soundtrack that will have to getting into the game as you dodge the obstacles, take out the enemies, and collect the rewards.

The controls of the game are your WASD combo, well most of them. You are going to be using W to bring your lance down, and A and S to move from side to side. You will also use the space bar to jump, but in this game timing is everything, so you are going to have to be mindful of when you jump.

Alright so there's a lot to this game. There's really three complete modes in this game. You have an endless runner mode where you will basically try to last as long as possible in one shot. You will gain quests to complete, and you will of course be trying to collect as much treasure as possible. I will tell you this, though it is not clear, to complete the quests you receive you have to have the correct rider unlocked. That's one of the reasons you are collecting treasure, there's also power ups that can help you, but you will first have to gain enough coins/treasure to unlock those as well. There are several different modes within this mode, and they increase in difficulty and also have pre-requisites before they can become unlocked.

The second overall mode is the story mode. To truly master this mode you will have to play all the levels in the 3/4 view, 1st person, and top down. Each mode has the same overall story, but you will have to beat the levels in each mode. Unfortunately you can't pick the mode that's most comfortable for you, once you've unlocked it and continue the story from where you left off. There's going to be tons of knights, spiders, frogs, dragons, skeletons, and more that will stand in your way of saving the kingdom, but if you can make it through it all, a special prize awaits you.

The third overall mode is probably my favorite, as well as being the most frustrating mode. In this mode you will see the truly rogue-ness of the game. An entire world will be randomly generated for you, and you will have to navigate through said world, but if you die, the entire world goes boom. So there's no redos, there's no chance of continuing on after you have defeated 7 regions, you will have to start from scratch, even in the armor and items department. So as you can see it's amazing to have this randomly generated world where nothing is the same during any playthrough, but if you die the entire thing goes out the door, which to me causes me much stress. I would love to have the ability to be able to come back from a death, perhaps with a penalty, and continue on in the world. It just seems like such a waste of design to throw away something like that so quickly. There is one other thing that is a bit frustrating about this mode, and it doesn't really have to do with the gameplay, its the freaking overworld map, I can't seem to smoothly look over it, its always crooked and I feel that there's some magical stopping point for the camera which makes looking at different sides of the castle damn near impossible, or just selecting the next realm you want to be in.

So here's the deal, this is a game that is really easy to pick up and get lost in for a good chunks of time, most of these modes are quite rewarding, I just wish the last one felt that way. That being said this is still a very well put together game, and for those who like the runner style games, this is definitely something you have to get right away. There's a ton of content, and I think that anyone who gives this game a try will find that its more than worth the price tag. This game gets an 8.9 out of 10.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 29
Early Access Review
Excellent platforming/jousting game with an old school vibe. This is the game the endless runners on IOS and Android WISH they could be. Clever, very difficult (but fair) game play mechanics. Lots of value for your $6. Heck, I spent less than seeing a matinee movie and have already got 3 hours of enjoyment out of the games (with more sure to come.) Please, steam community, support decent early access games like this one with fair price points ($5-$30). ($40-60 is a fair price point for a very high quality AAA game, not a crappy unplayable early access rts made by 5 guys. that cost very little to produce.)

THIS is the type of game early access was designed for. It's almost finished, it's realatively polished, and it will give you a lot of bang for your buck.
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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 3
I absolutely love this game. I'm enjoying the new features and this developer has really made it a point to put time, effort and love into this game.

The game has simple mechanics, you move perpetually forward on your mount and joust, jump, dodge, etc your way through the levels. But, although it's easy to get into and control, the variety of content and the varying difficulty levels as you progress make it enjoyable throughout. It won't turn off the casual gamers, but it won't bore the hardcore gamers either, and there's a huge variety of upgrades and power ups. Even more so now after the full release.

Ha ha, "full release."

Definitely worth $7.99 if you're looking for something casual to play, that's controller enabled and won't over-tax your brain after a hard day's work. Great for long, or short gaming sessions. Also fun to trade off with friends (I like to do this with Rogue Rider mode and see how far we can get with our combined effort)
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34 of 64 people (53%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 4
So I bought this game because I was bored and based on the reviews since they were mostly positive.

However, this game isn't for me it seems. It plays like an endless runner on any random smartphone. I got bored by it after a few minutes. There may be people who like this, but I don't.

Well at least I got to support an indie studio with my money even if I don't like the game.

Funny artwork
Indie game

Repetitive after only a few minutes
Extremely simple gameplay
No idea what I was supposed to do at first

EDIT: Even tho it shows 0 hours played, I did play more than 30 minutes. For some reason, I had 2 instances of the game started and it ended up not counting any time played at all.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
A funny, pretty game, which is the best endless runner on steam. It's cheap and worth its money. I RECOMMEND.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
22.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 8
Early Access Review
100% recommendation!
1. beautiful graphics
2. story mode - Suitable for children who can read (not voice actors) or even young children, to which parents read - it is easy to do thanks to frequent Checkpoint, which for me is a positive
3. freeride mode - suitable for all, always different track, the whole game is changing driving environment (nice relax in a bad day)
4. RPG - buying a new riders, improve equipment
5. generic gamepads works thanks x360ce
6. cheap game, but beautiful. ideal for winter evenings
7. game developers game still improve, but it is already fully functional and the amount of content for casual play, although everyday

This game is a great surprise to me. After rejects those that are on Steam, this is a really great game for the whole family (even if the game has no accounts ingame switching accounts), that I can in good conscience I only and only recommend! If you like freeride games outperforming the obstacles on the way.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 23
Early Access Review
I'm a big fan of endless runners, and have been waiting for two things. One: for the genre to come to PC/Mac. Two: for there to be some innovation in the gameplay structure. Last Knight does both. This game offers good challenge, a variety of characters and enviroments, a story mode, several variants on endless mode, and a randomly-generated roguelike mode. That's a lot of gameplay, and a major step forward compared to other endless runners.

Of course, it is Early Access and, as such, a work in progress. There are some bugs, and the rogue-rider mode is incomplete. I'd like to see more characters added, maybe some that think outside of the medieval box, like a robot or a valkyrie. How about a centaur? It would also be nice if we could redefine the keys, although the default keymap works well. Other than that, I have no complaints about what I've purchased.

In summary: Last Knight is currently my favorite game on the Mac. It's well worth the 5 bucks, and even more so when it's sale.
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18 of 34 people (53%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 4

Bought the game, can't play it. So it doesn't matter to me how good it is. Dev acknowledges major mac compatability issues in the forum but there's no fix. Shouldn't be listed as a mac compatible game when it's known to have major issues and is listed as full release.

Update: Developer was quick to work with me and is trying to troubleshoot so I will vouch for their care about their customers.

Update 2: Developer found a way to get the game sort of running on my machine. The gameplay is fun but I still wouldn't recomend it to Mac user with the amount of issues and poor performance on Mac. Hopefully a unreal engine (the engine they use to run the game) update that is supposedly coming down the pipe will fix the issues with Mac. In the meantime i'd recommend that Mac users stay away.
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