Old Games you remember playing but can't remember the name of.

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PlumagedFlyer:
Ok been having trouble with this one for a while. I remember playig this game like 10-11 years ago on my aunts old pc. It's some old horror game with DOOM like graphics. You go around through this dark scary mansion or something and the only enemy I remember were like bats and skeletons. This may not be 100% accurate. All I can remember was it was some old pc game and it had DOOM like graphics. Please help.

Nitemare 3D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjmAPbxC-iE

An old Star Wars action figure game where you had figures like Han Solo, Greedo, and Boba Fett and they all had rolling bases. Each base had a wheel and a turn clicker, and stats like which group they were (ex. Bounty Hunter, rebel, trooper, etc), and two moves details on the bottom, like "If you have two or more bounty hunters, so and so would happen. It was from the early 2000s and I can't find what they were anywhere. Please help!

Can Someone tell me about this old game, i don't know the release date but i played it between 2002 - 2005 on PC.
The gameplay is similar like ladder and snake the objective of this game is to get to the finish line first. The player representatif can be water, ice cube or cloud. Water can be ice cube when it come to freezer and ice cube can be water when it take heat and water can be cloud when it take heat and the player can choose the path when he come to intersection. When you cross a pot you can climb up when you in a water form, but when you in ice cube or cloud there is nothing happend.

Hello, can somebody help me? I am looking for a game that i played when i was kid, around 2007-2008. It was Diablo-like game, all I remember is hero name Marcus i think, its medieval game like and if I remember you move by pressing button like weapons. You also start in some town/maybe village and you need to go to woman like first mission. This is all I remember, and thanks anyway.

Help me with this game if you know it. When i was a kid my cousing and my sister used to play a 2d detective game or murder mystery game as i remembered it. It was a detective game i think and there are multiple rooms with different faces also the main menu is an old man with a mole in a face and a old school hat. And you need to search every room for clues so you can have a idea who to arrest. If you know the title of this game please say it to me. I will be waiting for response.

Now I don't know the name of this game or how many units were produced, but when I was a little girl at Bamboola in San Jose this was my favorite arcade game to play. It was a rail shooter that could be played by one to two players using a set of orange guns attached to the machine itself. From what I can remember, you rode a minecart in a haunted mine and shot ghosts and monsters. There might have been a timer. Occasionally red skulls would pop up on the screen and you could shoot them for a lot of points.

This game had to have been produced sometime around 1997 when the establishment opened. Anyone know what it was called?

I sometimes feel like I dreamt the entire game up, but I swear there was a game that started with a cut-scene of a kid climbing into bed when a storm hit. The room is pretty dark, lightning is flashing, and then suddenly the toys come alive and you basically have to move around avoiding the monsters under the bed or waking someone up while playing as one of the toys. It was on a PC forum, late 90's or early 2000's, somewhere around that time.

Second game I'm searching for, also a PC game, but it's old-fashioned but I played it in 2011. Fantasy based, one player thing where you choose your hero and travel between villages where you can do optional quests for cash to upgrade weapons and all. Obviously the further you go, the harder it gets. you follow a path basically, but you can go anywhere basically, and there's a sand/desert area with lava, also caves you go in and fight your way up snow mountains and fight faerie/angel things. It's title is two words, that much I remember.

I really hope someone can help me out, cos I've been searching for years now for it.

I've got one I've been looking for for a while. It's this game that's <2005 for the PC. I played the trial of it. It was about hunting for treasure chests I think in some caves next to the first town. You carried some kind of light into them but once the light went out you automatically left the cave... maybe. It looked kind of like oceanhorn.

Okay, i am not looking for a game, but for a specific piece of soundtrack to a game, namely Dead Space. I could swear you can hear the song only on chapter 10: End Of Days, but I was unable to find it on Youtube. As far as I know it was called something like "Unitology theme". It is only about one minute long, has a satanic chant, mixed with a heartbeat. One of the most powerful and creepy ambient themes I've ever come across, but now I cannot find it anymore.

Please, anyone, help me dig it up, i am starting to go crazy!

NoNameUser:
Help me with this game if you know it. When i was a kid my cousing and my sister used to play a 2d detective game or murder mystery game as i remembered it. It was a detective game i think and there are multiple rooms with different faces also the main menu is an old man with a mole in a face and a old school hat. And you need to search every room for clues so you can have a idea who to arrest. If you know the title of this game please say it to me. I will be waiting for response.

I think this is Inspector Parker.

Yzrch:
Now I don't know the name of this game or how many units were produced, but when I was a little girl at Bamboola in San Jose this was my favorite arcade game to play. It was a rail shooter that could be played by one to two players using a set of orange guns attached to the machine itself. From what I can remember, you rode a minecart in a haunted mine and shot ghosts and monsters. There might have been a timer. Occasionally red skulls would pop up on the screen and you could shoot them for a lot of points.

This game had to have been produced sometime around 1997 when the establishment opened. Anyone know what it was called?

That's most likely Rail Chase.

RelativityMan:

Yzrch:
Now I don't know the name of this game or how many units were produced, but when I was a little girl at Bamboola in San Jose this was my favorite arcade game to play. It was a rail shooter that could be played by one to two players using a set of orange guns attached to the machine itself. From what I can remember, you rode a minecart in a haunted mine and shot ghosts and monsters. There might have been a timer. Occasionally red skulls would pop up on the screen and you could shoot them for a lot of points.

This game had to have been produced sometime around 1997 when the establishment opened. Anyone know what it was called?

That's most likely Rail Chase.

RelativityMan:

Yzrch:
Now I don't know the name of this game or how many units were produced, but when I was a little girl at Bamboola in San Jose this was my favorite arcade game to play. It was a rail shooter that could be played by one to two players using a set of orange guns attached to the machine itself. From what I can remember, you rode a minecart in a haunted mine and shot ghosts and monsters. There might have been a timer. Occasionally red skulls would pop up on the screen and you could shoot them for a lot of points.

This game had to have been produced sometime around 1997 when the establishment opened. Anyone know what it was called?

That's most likely Rail Chase.

Nope. That's not it. :(

Hello there seekers, I have an old game to find.
It is an rts with living mechs. Weird, right? You bred them and equipped with genetically mutated weapons. The weakest weapon was the hammer, which gave our bronze colored monster a pair of flailing hands. Without them, the monster would bite for minimum damage, which was a sad thing cause it took a long while to get them trained.
Another thing was a sort of beacon antlers or feelers that enhanced something like vision or map centering or some other obscure thing.

It was 13-18 years ago and I believe this was on PC. Everything was kind of dirt-bronze colored. This was some weird sci-fi - fantasy world. Not exactly a rocket spam game, everything took ages.

I vaguely remember that this game had something to do with genes, albeit it has very little in common with Genewars.
I played just a few first missions at a friends house who doesn't remember it at all.

Help.

So add me to the club of the people who had to create an account just to ask for help here~lol.

Okay, so I'm actually looking for three games that I played when I was a kid.

First one, I remember was like a puzzle(?) PC game in which you controlled a girl (a blonde girl in overalls, I think) and you had to climb ladders while avoiding enemies which I think were all animals (I have a vague memory of a mole or something like that... but I'm not too sure). I know this one is super vague but that's all I remember... I used to play this in 2006 or 2007.

Second one was a Pacman-like game (I say Pacman-like because I have the feeling that this game was fanmade or something) but it was more challenging because it had all sorts of traps/obstacles that you had to avoid instead of only the ghosts like the traditional Pacman games. some of those obstacles were some rotating rods made of fireballs (kind of like the ones you find in Super Mario games, usually in Bowser's Castles/Fortresses). I also think this particular game had a level designer/creator; and the "Pacman" character you controlled might or might not have been purple (I really am not sure on this one), This game was also for the PC and I also used to play it in 2006 or 2007.

And the last one was a little 2D war game (for the PC too) in which the only thing you had to do was choose all sorts of weapons for your tank in order to destroy the enemy tank on the other side of the field. You couldn't really move, it was all about finding the right angle to fire.

I hope someone can help me with at least one of those, I'd love to play those games again :) (Ah, I really hope my descriptions aren't too vague but I really can't recall anything else).

Need help finding three games.

One was a SNES figthing game. I got it as a birthday gift along with the SNES itself and Mortal Kombat. Two things I remember about this one, the first thing being there was a character who was like a looney pilot, he was my favorite one that's why I remember him. The style was cartoony and he had a strange moveset, he looked like one of those old timey aviators, with brown clothing, hat with earflaps and googles on top. The second thing I remember was one of the stages took place on the top of a tower, possibly the final fight. It had parallax clouds on the sky like a storm of sorts, maybe the first round was just clouds and in the second round the clouds became dark and panned faster but I barely remember. I've looked at tons of images, videos, snes figthing game lists and no mention of this game, how? I don't know if I'm missing it or if it was erased from existance, maybe it was a bootleg? The quality was too good though...

The other two games are NES games.

The only thing I remember about the first one is: Sidecrolling, Nightime, Enemies jumping and crashing out of the windows.

About the second one, now for this one I actually got a confirmation it existed. When I was working at a digital agency some years ago, a colleague put the song "Everybody wants to rule the world", the original from Tears for Fears. And there's this part in the beggining, after the introductory guitars and before the singing (around 10 seconds in to 30 secs). I said out loud "Hey, I remember this song from an NES game" and another friend said "Yeah me too!", we were so convinced it existed but neither of us could pinpoint which game was it. At first I thought it was the theme from the skate shop in Skate or Die but turns out the shop doesn't have a theme, its the same generic song throughout the map, shop and menus. The only lead I got was from that friend, he said he remembers bikes or bicycles but that's it. I've searched with no avail.

If someone has any information about these games, I would greatly appreciate it.

404Cat:
Plz halp. I'm trying to go on a nostalgia run.

Old PS2 game.
4 Teens get trapped inside another world. This was way before //:hack came out. Open world RPG,
fantasy type. Ik it was 2 boys and 2 girls. Switchable characters. I can't really remember much besides one of the MC's (one of the girls) has a the typical 'tribal' outfit and she's on the front cover of the disc and in the beginning of the game, you help a village nearby by fighting off a army of trolls, one of them were giants.

I used to have it when I was younger but my brothers started playing it to the point where the disc was really scratched up and could barely work. Not only that, they kept saving over my save files. >:c I didn't really to play my games that much unless my brothers were busy or my mom made them get off and let play.

:') i hope someone will know what I'm talking about

Search something like: the chronicles of narnia

gamefinder1010:
I am trying to remember the name of an old PC game I played in elementary school (1993 - 1998).

It was a third-person game that explored Ancient Egypt and the pyramid. There were various levels/tasks/puzzles to solve to continue through the pyramid. You could gather inventory items as you went along. One strange thing that I remember is that at the very beginning you had to feed a cheeseburger (inventory item) to a bird to distract it.

I have looked all over the internet, and while I have found numerous Egpyt/Pyramid games, I can't find any videos or screen captures that I recognize.

Pharao's Ascent.

Hello all,

I don't know if this is the right place to put this but this is my last resort in finding the game I've been looking for for days. It's driving me crazy tbh.
It was an english word game where you needed to find words from given keywords, if i remember correctly. Also it can be pretty old

It had a really dark setting with candles representing your lives, i think, and somewhere i can see a raven or a crow. The goal was to cure people of a curse that turned them into animals and defeat the witch. Every level there would be 2 shutters opening getting a window where one of those people would appear with an animal head, a moon would appear above them and slowly go over there head (timer), when you found enough right words they would return to human form. On boss levels you would need to find words to light up runes or something and if you find enough you would defeat and curse the witch.

i've been trying game databases and google (images) to try and find something but without luck. Names i've been trying are "moonwitch", "curse of the moon", "curse of the moonwitch", but i'm starting to think it's gonna be something completely different. I also remember playing lot's of games from sites like gamehouse, big fish games, etc at that time.

I'm out of ideas and would really love to play that one again. If this sounds familiar to anyone or if someone could help me find this one, it would be awesome and greatly appreciated. :)

Arth3k:

404Cat:
Plz halp. I'm trying to go on a nostalgia run.

Old PS2 game.
4 Teens get trapped inside another world. This was way before //:hack came out. Open world RPG,
fantasy type. Ik it was 2 boys and 2 girls. Switchable characters. I can't really remember much besides one of the MC's (one of the girls) has a the typical 'tribal' outfit and she's on the front cover of the disc and in the beginning of the game, you help a village nearby by fighting off a army of trolls, one of them were giants.

I used to have it when I was younger but my brothers started playing it to the point where the disc was really scratched up and could barely work. Not only that, they kept saving over my save files. >:c I didn't really to play my games that much unless my brothers were busy or my mom made them get off and let play.

:') i hope someone will know what I'm talking about

Search something like: the chronicles of narnia

No that wasn't it. It had more of a old RPG fantasy theme but with really good graphics. Plus I played Chronicles of Narnia when I was younger so I know that it wasn't that.

Don't have any clue as to what this game was called, and I can't use key words based on what I remember of the game-play to mess around with Google search for a bit in order to increase my chances of finding it (or maybe I'm just too lazy to tinker with the system for another few hours). It'd be nice if anyone here knew but, yeah. Anyways.

Basically it was for a Nintendo 64--you play as some sort of hero or possibly a prince (both?) that spawns in a castle. You can leave it, after descending lots and LOTS of stairs, and after talking to some random NPCs. From there you can roam wherever you desire (mostly). Near the castle is a village, which is home to multiple other NPCs that you can speak with.

But then you can move the player past the village into another direction, where a barrier of some sort shields the kingdom from the wilderness. You can open the barrier without a key I think, and then walk around on the other side. However, after you leave the safety of the kingdom, mobs will spawn and the day will start to turn to night. Scared me so much when I was a kid, so I hardly ever progressed because I wasn't keen on battling random monsters within unknown territory during the night, despite it being a game. Anything frightens ya at that young age. So yeah, all I know.

EDIT: when you get into a fight with any of the monsters, it's comparable to a Pokemon battle

Hey people,

There was this game demo that I played in the year early 2000's - I played it on Windows 98. and I don't know if the game got released but there was the box art of the CD/DVD(?) when you finished the demo.
(There are also lots of skeletons on the game box surrounding the antagonist.)

-It's an RPG that starts in a dungeon with lots of skeletons.
-You play a guy that has half white hair and half black on top of his head.
-You have a skill tree, items and inventory. Potions and gold coins also.
-There was also skills like throwing a fireball.
-Items such as a throwing axe that returns to the owner.
-Lots of skeletons.
-Lots of item types.
-There is also a part of one level where you are walking on wooden planks and if you fall you die.
-Another part is in the beginning where a type of arena opens after you pull a crank/ press a button(?)
and a type of boss skeleton mage appears.

I know that this is a broad definition on pretty much any dungeon crawler RPG but it would be the shit if someone knows this game because at this point I feel like I imagined the whole thing.

Samurai game I used to play on the PS2. Was really fun, but don't remember the name of it.

jlenoconel:
Samurai game I used to play on the PS2. Was really fun, but don't remember the name of it.

Do you remember any other features of this, like genre of game or graphics or anything?

I believe the PS2 did have a few Samurai Showdown games for the arcade fighter genre, but those are pretty much the first results of any "samurai game" search.

Another popular series would be Dynasty Warriors, if it was about mowing down legions of weak soldiers and battling powerful generals and what not. Other one off the top of the head could be Onimusha, though I don't know much about it other than the name and box art.

As much as I hate to repeat my last post I even more so hate it when nobody will reply.

This is a challenge and I doubt anyone has the guts to even find this game but you will shock me if you can.

So I have been searching for months trying to find this game I remember playing when I was a kid, it was a math game where you played as a family of cavemen (or cave people? not sure how to write it...) but anyways you had to rescue them for some reason and it involved completing math problems to get parts to make a hot air balloon to end the game. It was 2D and the main screen showed an overview of areas to go on the map to complete the various math problems. The main screen was a top-down perspective and I remember a fire in the center that was like a clickable area or maybe it was a locked section... I can't be sure but if I remember correctly the main screen was also kinda gray colored. I estimate it to be Pre-Windows XP but it could've been XP too, so probably Windows 98, 95 or 3.1. probably 1998 or a little older to maybe 2000.

Hi guys! Hoping someone can help me with this, its a long shot xbox original game but here is everything I remember about it. Its an adventure game and you played as one person, I don't know the correct term for it but it wasn't top down view - you were viewing from just behind the character and could rotate the camera with the right joystick.

Please bear with me because I know NO game terms lol.

- You played as a guy in a blue (I think??) shirt and the graphics were pretty old school, think banjo mayahem temple days (this is the game I can find with images/graphics closest to it).

- At some point, I'm not sure if its the beginning or not, you come across an island with a crazy scientist/professor guy who has crashed a white plane into a tree. The island is small and surrounded by piranhas so you have to be fast if you get in the water. You'd swim freestyle when in water.

- There are some monkeys around generally everywhere that can cause damage to you, I think you can kill or stun them but I don't remember how.. MAYBE a slingshot type weapon?

- From what I remember the game is largely influenced by Mayan culture and there is a lot of temples and overgrown monuments.. I have tried googling so many things but mostly Temple Run and Banjo Kazooie and Minecraft come up lol.

- I think one sort of checkpoint thing is a tree you have to climb up, monkeys are everywhere and there are vines hanging in some places you have to jump and grab onto to swing higher up the tree.

- There might be some tribes in it as well? I could be confusing that with another game but some guys behind masks holding spears run out at you from behind wooden spokes at some point.

- Theres a water level where you have to swim to get to a temple and every now and then you've got to find a ruin to jump up onto before the piranhas catch up with you.

Well I guess thats about it, if you get this far then well done and TIA for your help!

P.S - I played this around the days of Blinx

Ok, this is probably gonna be a super tough one cause I played this long ago and I cant explain it thouroughly. Basically, it was a PC game i either saw on Big Fish Games or Club Pogo. It's a 3D pipe puzzle gane, and the goal was to get balls from their starting position to a goal located in the maze of pipes. Some pipes were missing, but you could place other pipes from a selection given by the gane based on the level you were on. There were a wide variety of pipes, like a launcher and a catcher, one at switches output directions every time a ball moved through it, etc. The gane scored you based on time completed (and I belive parts spared were a bonus). Now, heres where it gets all fuzzy. One of the experiments goes wrong, and now you've time traveled back in time, to I believe the desert during Egyptian times. You had to complete more and more puzzles that very much ranged in difficulty. I believe there was a way to download levels and make your own, but now the feature is shut down and no longer works. If anyone can tell me what it was, gimme a reply.

P.S. Sorry for repeat. Had to make sure people saw this.

Hey!

Im also looking for a rather old game, and couldnt find it anywhere no matter how long i looked.
I think it was back on win95 times. The game was very basic, you had a worm and it went up and down, through
a cave, the further you got the slimmer and tighter the cave became. You only pressed spacebar for up and let go
do drop. It also changed colors, the further in you got i think it became more red, and i started with easy green..
I could have sworn the name was "urworm" or "urwurm", but as i said i couldnt find it.
I would appreciate if someone knows it! :)

Double post by accident, cant delete sry :/

Ally L:
Hi guys! Hoping someone can help me with this, its a long shot xbox original game but here is everything I remember about it. Its an adventure game and you played as one person, I don't know the correct term for it but it wasn't top down view - you were viewing from just behind the character and could rotate the camera with the right joystick.

Please bear with me because I know NO game terms lol.

- You played as a guy in a blue (I think??) shirt and the graphics were pretty old school, think banjo mayahem temple days (this is the game I can find with images/graphics closest to it).

- At some point, I'm not sure if its the beginning or not, you come across an island with a crazy scientist/professor guy who has crashed a white plane into a tree. The island is small and surrounded by piranhas so you have to be fast if you get in the water. You'd swim freestyle when in water.

- There are some monkeys around generally everywhere that can cause damage to you, I think you can kill or stun them but I don't remember how.. MAYBE a slingshot type weapon?

- From what I remember the game is largely influenced by Mayan culture and there is a lot of temples and overgrown monuments.. I have tried googling so many things but mostly Temple Run and Banjo Kazooie and Minecraft come up lol.

- I think one sort of checkpoint thing is a tree you have to climb up, monkeys are everywhere and there are vines hanging in some places you have to jump and grab onto to swing higher up the tree.

- There might be some tribes in it as well? I could be confusing that with another game but some guys behind masks holding spears run out at you from behind wooden spokes at some point.

- Theres a water level where you have to swim to get to a temple and every now and then you've got to find a ruin to jump up onto before the piranhas catch up with you.

Well I guess thats about it, if you get this far then well done and TIA for your help!

P.S - I played this around the days of Blinx

Despite the shirt being green rather than blue, this sounds a lot like Pitfall: The Lost Expedition (2004).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaJhpmpGqOQ

MRNihilist:
Don't have any clue as to what this game was called, and I can't use key words based on what I remember of the game-play to mess around with Google search for a bit in order to increase my chances of finding it (or maybe I'm just too lazy to tinker with the system for another few hours). It'd be nice if anyone here knew but, yeah. Anyways.

Basically it was for a Nintendo 64--you play as some sort of hero or possibly a prince (both?) that spawns in a castle. You can leave it, after descending lots and LOTS of stairs, and after talking to some random NPCs. From there you can roam wherever you desire (mostly). Near the castle is a village, which is home to multiple other NPCs that you can speak with.

But then you can move the player past the village into another direction, where a barrier of some sort shields the kingdom from the wilderness. You can open the barrier without a key I think, and then walk around on the other side. However, after you leave the safety of the kingdom, mobs will spawn and the day will start to turn to night. Scared me so much when I was a kid, so I hardly ever progressed because I wasn't keen on battling random monsters within unknown territory during the night, despite it being a game. Anything frightens ya at that young age. So yeah, all I know.

EDIT: when you get into a fight with any of the monsters, it's comparable to a Pokemon battle

That's probably Quest 64.

Hi everyone,

All of the details in my head are so vague (which is always the case I'm sure), and it's possible I'm mixing two games into one, but here goes:

I would have played this game around 1997/98, but could have been as early as '95 (it was at the same time that I was playing Oregon Trail, Doom, Rise of the Triad, etc.). It was a point and click game that had different activities (think creativity centre games or activity centre games). There was a main screen and you clicked different things to get into various mini-games or activities. The only image I have in my head is of a Leonardo DaVinci plane/aircraft and other similarly styled things. This main screen also seemed bright and it could have been in some kind of room or studio (like an old-style den with books and stuff).

Any help is appreciated! Thanks.

Ok so here's mine guys.... pretty vague. So I remember this one as an online multiplayer battle game that I played around 1998-2001 maybe. Might have been one of those you could play through the browser. Pretty sure you had to login. I remember it as one of those you fight your little character guy and buy with your points new clothing/decorations for your character to upgrade him. Turn based. Like a lot of other games. Haha. It wasn't bloody or realistic human wise. They were colorful silly characters you fought with. It might have had the same type of setup as like a Worms Armageddon but isn't that and you only had one character. Was colorful like that game. I would remember it instantly if I saw it. I'll update without info when I can think of it. Thanks for any input I've been bashing my head against the wall trying to think about this one.

One more for you guys...

So this one was a battle racer game for the PC. Pretty sure a browser game. It was looking from the top down. And the cars looked very small I remember. You would win races and upgrade/buy weapons and then race around blowing people up. Not twisted metal we're talking before that, and browser style I think. I remember playing with the directional keys on the keyboard. Also the camera was top down. Pretty sure when you blew someone up and you went across them, your tires would like smear "blood" on the track. Thanks guys!

404Cat:

Arth3k:

404Cat:
Plz halp. I'm trying to go on a nostalgia run.

Old PS2 game.
4 Teens get trapped inside another world. This was way before //:hack came out. Open world RPG,
fantasy type. Ik it was 2 boys and 2 girls. Switchable characters. I can't really remember much besides one of the MC's (one of the girls) has a the typical 'tribal' outfit and she's on the front cover of the disc and in the beginning of the game, you help a village nearby by fighting off a army of trolls, one of them were giants.

I used to have it when I was younger but my brothers started playing it to the point where the disc was really scratched up and could barely work. Not only that, they kept saving over my save files. >:c I didn't really to play my games that much unless my brothers were busy or my mom made them get off and let play.

:') i hope someone will know what I'm talking about

Search something like: the chronicles of narnia

No that wasn't it. It had more of a old RPG fantasy theme but with really good graphics. Plus I played Chronicles of Narnia when I was younger so I know that it wasn't that.

Sudeki?

Windows PC game, played it in the early 2000's.

Isometric RPG with a Diablo II feel, you are part of a tribe of people looking for a ruler, and you are in competition with 6-8 others. Only diablo-esque game I can remember that had a political system as a core mechanic, which is why it sticks in my memory. Also remember the town and gear to have a viking-style vibe to it, With longhouses and such. Picked it up in a 5 dollar bin years ago as a kid, can remember exactly how i went through the first hour or two but can't think of the name to save my life.

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