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

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Gracjan Lange:
Hey guys i played a game back in my younger days late 90's early 2000-2004

you play a blue robot that can transform to a flying thingie, you can get quests and had a nice grafik, you see it in 3rd person, any ideas what game it is??? and it was for pc

rember there was split screen mode,
and a female commander giving you quests.

Probably Future Cop: LAPD. =)

jackpowell:
Hi everyone,

I've been trying off and on for weeks to find this game and I'm hoping someone can help me. I think the game was from the mid 90s and at least part of it took place inside of a pyramid. It was an educational game were you solved basic algebraic problems. I believe it was mostly pre rendered and definitely was going for a realistic look so nothing like the math blaster games with their cartoonish art style. It could have involved more places other than egypt but I may not have progressed that far. It also may have had something to do with a scarab but it's fuzzy. Does this sound like anything you're familiar with?

Thanks for your ideas,
Jack

Sounds like it could be Chefrens Pyramid or Cheops Pyramid. I couldn't find any footage of the latter, but here are some screenshots from the demo.

I looked everywhere for this, but never found it, so I hope itll be found here.
I remember playing it about 5-6 years ago on my PC [Windows XP], and it when launching, it opened a window where you can choose a scenario, along with some midi music which actually sounded pretty catchy. There was a medivial setting, a tribal setting, a hell setting and many others, including with a level creator. Upon start, you'd get a small story, then the game starts out just as lemmings would, where you let your troops walk around and gather resources to fight and build their way to victory. I do remember reinstalling it once, and that it had some sort of Yellow-Orange CC clipping into eachother as a Logo.

I remember an arcade game where you play as a small brown haired wizard wearing a blue cape/robe, in between levels you could buy spells to alter the way he shoots this has been bugging me for years.

Looking for a 90s Game.

There was this game my sisters used to play when I was a lad. I want to say it was a Sega Genesis game.

It featured a Japanese school girl. Her ice cream cone turned into a sword at the start of the game and she unlocked different armors over the course of the game.

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Omenseer:
Looking for a 90s Game.

There was this game my sisters used to play when I was a lad. I want to say it was a Sega Genesis game.

It featured a Japanese school girl. Her ice cream cone turned into a sword at the start of the game and she unlocked different armors over the course of the game.

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Syd Of Valis! =D

Midwoka:

Omenseer:
Looking for a 90s Game.

There was this game my sisters used to play when I was a lad. I want to say it was a Sega Genesis game.

It featured a Japanese school girl. Her ice cream cone turned into a sword at the start of the game and she unlocked different armors over the course of the game.

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Syd Of Valis! =D

That's the one. Thanks :)

Hi
I've been searching for a game for years I can't remember much but I think it was for sega mega drive or master system in the early 90s .I think it was a rpg kind of game where one of the towns you go to was either cursed or poisoned and I think all the people in the town were ghosts and I remember that if you enter the town you would start losing hp and die

I may of dreamed this bit but I think you had to be evil or dead to visit some towns that you couldn't visit otherwise without dying
I think you also had a boat you used to get to certain parts of the world
Thanks for any help
I take it no one knows the game It may not of been on a Sega console
I'm now starting to think it doesn't exist and I imagined it
Thanks
Just reposting so hopefully someone can help

That does ring a bell somewhere in the back of my mind, but I can't quite place it.

Probably a very long shot, since I think the details don't quite match, but... maybe Ultima IV for the Master System?

Otherwise, the only other RPG I can recall on a Sega console that may have had mechanics like that is Might & Magic II on the Genesis.

EDIT: Having given it some more thought... aside from the "evil" thing, because they were JRPGs - maybe one of the Phantasy Star games?

Hi thanks for trying it wasn't them games if I remember correctly it was just the single character not a team but at least I know I didn't dream it up now

Platform(s): PC (played on Windows 98/Me)

Genre: 2D side-scrolling block digging puzzle platformer

Estimated year of release: 1998-2002

Graphics/art style: Very cute with bright colors and cartoony design. The scenery (ground, walls and blocks) was drawn in 2D. Characters and enemies were animated in 3D.

Notable characters: You play as a cute and perhaps pink-colored rayman-esque creature that digs through blocks in any direction. I think there are some enemies like giant wasps or something.

Notable gameplay mechanics: Probably aimed for kids. You control this character using the arrow keys and you have to find the level's exit point, whilst digging through blocks with your hands (and probably earning points), finding items and avoiding enemies. The level design is extensive both left-right and up-down. When you dig through blocks, they make a cute sand-digging sound and leave an empty space where they were. Other SFX were cutesy as well.

BLOCKS THAT MAKE UP THE LEVELS: Diggable blocks (which look accordingly to the level's theme), solid blocks (ground/walls), stone blocks (which I think could move), ice blocks...

Other details: The level structure and colors should look something like this (sketched on paint): http://imgur.com/a/ufLnZ but with much better design, obviously.

I am convinced the name COULD be something similar to "Droble", "Gooble", "Booger", "Gobbler", "Bobler", "Blobber", "Dobbler"...

I'm also pretty sure of two level names: Circus and Aquarium.

SIMILAR GAMES (in gameplay and/or graphics): Boulder Dash, Mr. Driller, Digger, Full Bore

heinerkoenig:
Platform(s): PC (played on Windows 98/Me)

Genre: 2D side-scrolling block digging puzzle platformer

Estimated year of release: 1998-2002

Graphics/art style: Very cute with bright colors and cartoony design. The scenery (ground, walls and blocks) was drawn in 2D. Characters and enemies were animated in 3D.

Notable characters: You play as a cute and perhaps pink-colored rayman-esque creature that digs through blocks in any direction. I think there are some enemies like giant wasps or something.

Notable gameplay mechanics: Probably aimed for kids. You control this character using the arrow keys and you have to find the level's exit point, whilst digging through blocks with your hands (and probably earning points), finding items and avoiding enemies. The level design is extensive both left-right and up-down. When you dig through blocks, they make a cute sand-digging sound and leave an empty space where they were. Other SFX were cutesy as well.

BLOCKS THAT MAKE UP THE LEVELS: Diggable blocks (which look accordingly to the level's theme), solid blocks (ground/walls), stone blocks (which I think could move), ice blocks...

Other details: The level structure and colors should look something like this (sketched on paint): http://imgur.com/a/ufLnZ but with much better design, obviously.

I am convinced the name COULD be something similar to "Droble", "Gooble", "Booger", "Gobbler", "Bobler", "Blobber", "Dobbler"...

I'm also pretty sure of two level names: Circus and Aquarium.

SIMILAR GAMES (in gameplay and/or graphics): Boulder Dash, Mr. Driller, Digger, Full Bore

The name part makes me think of Bluppo.

sorry its not future cop,

Midwoka:

Gracjan Lange:
Hey guys i played a game back in my younger days late 90's early 2000-2004

you play a blue robot that can transform to a flying thingie, you can get quests and had a nice grafik, you see it in 3rd person, any ideas what game it is??? and it was for pc

rember there was split screen mode,
and a female commander giving you quests.

its not future cop, sorry

Probably Future Cop: LAPD. =)

I'm sorry but I need your help. It's been a long time since I was looking for a game that I played when I was smaller at least before 2012 and after 2007 but I have only vague memory, according to what I Deduced it was a similar game to Prince of Persia (1989) for the gameplay and Lemmings for some graphics but and in space I believe with teleporters and I remember that I had found it on flash game sites so if you could help me find it I'll be very grateful.

Paopin:
I remember an arcade game where you play as a small brown haired wizard wearing a blue cape/robe, in between levels you could buy spells to alter the way he shoots this has been bugging me for years.

Maybe Magician Lord?

Hey guys,

This has been bugging me for a while. There was this 90s game where you were a dragon and collecting eggs in the sky (as far as I can remember). And the song Children by Robert Miles (or was it Fable by Robert Miles? lol idk) was playing in the background. Does this ring a bell for anyone?

The name part makes me think of Bluppo.

So close! Very similar, but unfortunately that's not it.

Hi guys

Looking for a game I played on PC as a kid. Roughly around the year 2000. It was a demo for a hunting game.
I remember your character could make (terrible) imitations of animal mating calls e.g. Duck, deer etc
It was pretty over the top. There was a bonus round where you had to shoot a lot of cute little white bunnies.
I know this is a long shot but hoping someone knows something; thanks in advance.

Hey. me and my brother used to play this really old game when we were kids and I can't remember it's name now. I think it must have been a DOS game, a multiplayer of up to four players, top-down perspective like Bomberman, and you played as one of four robots or futuristic "knights" as the fought each other around the arena with laser guns. I remember the name sounding like Time Knights but I'm probably wrong as googling it has brought up nothing. It may have had the word "time" or "knight" in it, or neither and I've imagined that entirely. Thanks!

There is an old game I used to play. I think the game starting with a woman who was pushed down. Afterwards, she woke up in a hospital bed and had to solve a puzzle to by finding batteries. When she beat the level it teleported to a house that she lived in and the puzzle had something to do with her son's toy. The cover of the game was the woman sitting under a light in the fetal position with her head down .

Cruces321:
There's a game that we used to have on the PS3. (I think) I don't remember much about it except you were a girl with I think red or orange looking hair and you pretty much went on an adventure. I think it started with a P.
Btw, how do you change your profile picture?

Just a guess but that sounds a lot like Pandemonium!

Fedx:

Theodore F. Sharpe:
Platform: PC, possibly XP/Vista
Year: Early-mid 2000s

I'm looking for some kind of overhead car game where you solved puzzles and had some kind of combat system in a separate setting, I think. I don't think you took damage from anything unless you fell off the map, and the background was always some kind of sky...no ground other than the track at hand. I believe there were things like sticky platforms, homing missiles, and "sky" may have been in the name somewhere. I remember playing this and Test Drive 5 around the 2006-2009 era when I was a young child, so my memory may not be the best.

I'd appreciate any help!

Best regards, Ted

Sounds a lot like Sky Track: http://www.gametop.com/download-free-games/sky-track/

It very well may have been that! I'm not 100% sure though, because I don't remember it being that bright, haha. Time sure has its effects, eh? Thanks for finding this though! I really appreciate it!

Shinoda77:
Hey guys,

This has been bugging me for a while. There was this 90s game where you were a dragon and collecting eggs in the sky (as far as I can remember). And the song Children by Robert Miles (or was it Fable by Robert Miles? lol idk) was playing in the background. Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Could be Dragon Spirit or its sequel, Dragon Saber. =)

okay so, I really don't remember much but I thought why not give it a shot.
so the game I'm searching is a racing game which I believe used birds-eye view but Icould be off on that.
I remember one track where you where driving on a regular road and a train crosses it at one part, after that you turn somehow and you drive through a cliff of some sort with waterfalls and shit I think...man I really don't have anything else in mind.

but yeah I played this maybe around 2001 or something on my old win 98 PC but the game could very well be even older.
It's also possible that the game was only released in germany or so but I really don't remember I was like 4 years old haha

so yeah if anyone has an idea, that'd be cool

Tenshi7610:
okay so, I really don't remember much but I thought why not give it a shot.
so the game I'm searching is a racing game which I believe used birds-eye view but Icould be off on that.
I remember one track where you where driving on a regular road and a train crosses it at one part, after that you turn somehow and you drive through a cliff of some sort with waterfalls and shit I think...man I really don't have anything else in mind.

but yeah I played this maybe around 2001 or something on my old win 98 PC but the game could very well be even older.
It's also possible that the game was only released in germany or so but I really don't remember I was like 4 years old haha

so yeah if anyone has an idea, that'd be cool

Possibly Ignition?

it was a series of games where you play as a bunny or a cat , i remember in one of the games was a restaurant game and the other one was a game where you are on a spaceship or a space station or something and you have to make these green things follow you.

if you read this entire thing you probably have no idea what im saying but uh good luck?

Hello,
unfortunately I have very few memories of the arcade game I'm trying to remember: it was a 2d platform with horizontal scroll and the main character was a tiny girl wearing a cloak and using as weapon a sort of "blue flames" that at the very beginning were a short single shot, but proceeding with the game became three or four in a row with a much longer range. I used to play it in a bar around 1990 (let's say from 1988 to 1992).
Any chance with it?

Thank you very much!!

Matteo

Hi all!!.

Im looking for a PC game released between 1998 to 2002 for windows. Its a spaceship game that involves fighting inside your own computer, you have to recover the files that are infected in the computer, and you have to do it all along your "files" the game takes the name of your folders and you have to go inside the computer "space" to recover them. In the way you have fight this other ships and you can form alliances with some of them. all I remember is that you can either get "friends" and "enemies" along the game.

You play the game with a 3th person view from the top of the ships. And there are special occasions where you encounter black "holes" that let you fight a special boss that sort of lets you continue discovering and having "power ups".

Please HELP!!!!

hi! i'm looking for the name of a game i played up until i was about 9 or 10 (until about 2006, 2007). it was kind of an adventure game. this teenage boy had to solve clues/puzzles (scrambled words, number codes) in order to save his friends from the mob (i think). if any of that sounds familiar, please let me know! idk if it makes a difference, but i played them on the big iMac computers at my old catholic school.

thank you!

Trying again here :]

Looking for a PC game with the following details:
- Racing game
- Played it on Windows 98 (or something as old as that) back in 2001-2002
- CD case had the name, a red dog in the corner (part of the creator logo maybe), and a yellow background
- Top-down view
- View follows the car (can also change to full view to track the other cars)
- Option of 8 cars to select (4 F1s + 4 Stock cars)(colors: white w/ red stripe, yellow w/ black stripe, red w/ white stripe, full black)
- Car parts can be customized before racing (e.g. tyres, engine, etc.)
- The NPC cars are given realistic names and profile pics when the race begins
- Track involves 2 lanes and a pitstop beside the starting zone

Gameplay:
- Races have 4 cars
- Just press 'up' to drive and 'left/right' to swap lanes
- Fuel gauge indicates when to visit the pitstop
- Entering the pitstop is a bit difficult and requires good timing. Also, limited spots at the pitstop (I recall 3)
- [IMPORTANT] As the cars lose fuel, they start shaking more, losing traction, and slowing down. Typically one of the NPC cars may keep missing the pitstop and will drive incredibly slow whilst shaking a lot!
- Yellow-Black F1 car is an unlockable car
- [IMPORTANT] Similar to slot cars, when driving around bends, the cars will slide, as if pivoting about a single point. If you drive too fast, you'll slide off the track and be repositioned after a while

I'd appreciate if anyone knew anything about this game as it was pretty funzies

Ogoid:
Possibly Ignition?

yeah, that's it, thank you!

mek2573:
Hello,
unfortunately I have very few memories of the arcade game I'm trying to remember: it was a 2d platform with horizontal scroll and the main character was a tiny girl wearing a cloak and using as weapon a sort of "blue flames" that at the very beginning were a short single shot, but proceeding with the game became three or four in a row with a much longer range. I used to play it in a bar around 1990 (let's say from 1988 to 1992).
Any chance with it?

There are a few possibilities, but I'd guess it was Willow.

Avael:
Hi all!!.

Im looking for a PC game released between 1998 to 2002 for windows. Its a spaceship game that involves fighting inside your own computer, you have to recover the files that are infected in the computer, and you have to do it all along your "files" the game takes the name of your folders and you have to go inside the computer "space" to recover them. In the way you have fight this other ships and you can form alliances with some of them. all I remember is that you can either get "friends" and "enemies" along the game.

You play the game with a 3th person view from the top of the ships. And there are special occasions where you encounter black "holes" that let you fight a special boss that sort of lets you continue discovering and having "power ups".

Please HELP!!!!

I remember reading tests to "Virus: The Game" (1997) where you fought inside the directory tree of your HDD.
It was Descent-clone though, so FPS rather.

I'm sorry but I need your help. It's been a long time since I was looking for a game that I played when I was smaller at least before 2012 and after 2007 but I have only vague memory, according to what I Deduced it was a similar game to Prince of Persia (1989) for the gameplay and Lemmings for some graphics but and in space I believe with teleporters and I remember that I had found it on flash game sites so if you could help me find it I'll be very grateful.

i remember this old game that came on a apple computer, i believe you got to play as a druid or something like that, i looked it up once before and found it, i remember it had 3 installments but i cant for the life of me remember the name of the game.. i know it wasnt a side-scroller, and i think there was some kind of a "crafting" ish like element for summoning a creature, i dont remember very well. any help would be appreciated

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