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BitKnight is a side-scroller adventure game in the style of Nokia 3310 games

This game has been created as a part of the Nokia 3310 2020 Game Jam
The game is completely free and available for Windows, Linux and MacOS and Web Browsers.

The web browser version is available HERE since it had issues with loading on Itch

This game might not load on Firefox, please try using other browser.

Project's website

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
Tags2D, nokia, nokia3310, Pixel Art, Retro, Side Scroller


Windows (64-bit)
Windows (32-bit)
Linux (64-bit)
Linux (32-bit)

Install instructions

Please make sure you download the right version for your system
The 64-bit version will most likely be what you need

Linux versions require AppImage Launcher, it should be installed on your system by default.

Mac version requires 64-bit OSX Mavericks 10.9 or Higher


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Fun little game, had its challenging moments, very neat overall :)


Fun but hard :)

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The browser version throws up an error: Error: Could not load game data at path '.'. Is the .pck file missing?

The standalone .dmg for Mac doesn't seem to run either :/

What browser are you using? For whatever reason this game doesn't want to run on Firefox, I'd recommend using Chrome or Brave as these are the browsers I've tested the game on. I haven't tested the Mac version since I don't own any Mac PCs, only a virtual machine with no hardware acceleration


I was indeed using Firefox. Seems a lot of the games in this jam have issues with Firefox.

The Mac version not running was entirely my fault. It had been a long day and I didn't stop to think that perhaps the game needed installing first, I thought it was just a standalone. Being a Windows user all my life, I'm still not used to the interesting way OSX has you install software. Works fine on Mac!

Thank you for your feedback! I assumed you don't have to install the game before you run it since it mounts the .dmg. I will update the MacOS installer with new background image soon


You're right, I probably could have played it from the mounted .dmg but I never even considered trying that