Kid Gloves is a 1990 platform game from Millennium Interactive. Featuring a flip-screen level design and was one of the very first games I played on my Amiga.
Furthermore, Kid Gloves came free with my Cartoon Classics Amiga 500 pack, as part of the Astra Pack series.
If I remember correctly, Kid Gloves was the second game I ever played on Amiga after Shufflepuck Cafe.
In the second issue of Amiga Power magazine in 1991, Kid Gloves was given away as a cover disk free game.
THE KID GLOVES ARE OFF!
There are an assortment of enemies in Kid Gloves, which include elves, crocodiles, snakes. There are also random objects such as spinning wheels and flames.
You start the game with 10 lives, but each time you die, you are reset back to the beginning of the level, brutal!
Kid Gloves starts with only coin throwing as his weapon, this can be upgraded as you progress. Every 5 screens you can buy upgrades from a shop, smart bombs and lives can be purchased.
AMIGA VS ATARI ST, WHICH ONE IS THE BEST?
For all you Amiga and Atari ST fans out there, vote for which Kid Gloves is best.
Need help to decide? Use the slider below to compare the two versions of Kid Gloves.
KID GLOVES TITLE SCREEN
KID GLOVES GAMEPLAY
ANOTHER GAMEPLAY COMPARISON
SHOPPING WITH KID GLOVES
- Most memorable video games of my 40 years…
- Bruce Lee for Sega Master System
- Mortal Kombat Game Comparison
- Neutron C64: A reborn 80’s shooter by Witchsoft
- The history of SEGA Nomad