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

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I remember this game about dragons. I remember the intro sequence all most perfectly.
The main character walks along a forest, when a dragon flies overhead and he follows it. He goes to a castle under seige,and the game starts. The name would be much apprecitiated

This was a vehicle combat game either on psx or PS2. It had pickups like to turn your car into a hovercar or a boat. One of the levels was a movie studio (or possibly an actual desert) with a giant mutant anthill in the middle of it, and another level in the grounds of a manor where you could hit a switch to flood the level with water, killing any player who didn't grab the hover or boat pickup or didn't get to the bridge. Two of the characters were a robot whose car I recall hovering by default, and a woman whose car was called Tsunami.

Darkbluedaemon22:
I remember this game about dragons. I remember the intro sequence all most perfectly.
The main character walks along a forest, when a dragon flies overhead and he follows it. He goes to a castle under seige,and the game starts. The name would be much apprecitiated

Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone.

Emmaterasu:
This was a vehicle combat game either on psx or PS2. It had pickups like to turn your car into a hovercar or a boat. One of the levels was a movie studio (or possibly an actual desert) with a giant mutant anthill in the middle of it, and another level in the grounds of a manor where you could hit a switch to flood the level with water, killing any player who didn't grab the hover or boat pickup or didn't get to the bridge. Two of the characters were a robot whose car I recall hovering by default, and a woman whose car was called Tsunami.

Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense.

I remember this game I used to watch my dad play very vaguely, sometime around 2000 to 2003 or later, It was a RPG in which the player was a wizard/summoner and fought against another powerful evil wizard/summoner using damaging spells and summonig creatures which you were able to controll but you couldn't use weapons. You had mana and health that were displayed in "bubbles" kinda like in diablo. If you wanted to refill you mana either the player or one of their creatures had to stand on a round spot on the ground which gave them mana. I also remember that you could get new spells by combining plants or something like that. It's all very vague, I know... But maybe somebody knows it by chance.

I'm trying to remember a game for the Commodore 64, back in the 80s. I thought it was Dragon Slayer or something like that, but I saw google pics of a game by that name, and it wasn't what I'm thinking of. You played as a little guys with spears or javelins or something that you would throw to kill the enemy, which I thought were dragons but could be wrong. I remember the object being to get across the screen to a ladder so you could go up one level (something like 5 or 6 levels were all on one screen, no scrolling). Then you would go across to the other side of the screen to the next ladder. The point was to get all the way to the top. And the dragons or whatever would come down through the levels to try to get you, and you had to throw your weapon to try to kill them, which would sail through the air going down over distance. So you had to time it right so the weapon wouldn't sail over the enemy or hit the floor ahead of them. And I think it got harder the higher you got on the screen.

Hi to all!

I'm here because i really can't remeber the name of a game... i played it about 11-13 years ago, i can just remember that it was included in a DVD with a lot of demos.

the game i'm talking about is a 2D fantasy RTS i remember something like Lotr, but it's not, what i can remember is that there's a GIANT catapult that you must repair.

Please, help me :(

Hello everyone!

Thank you for using your time to reply to this post (if you will...)

I remember playing a PC-based dungeon game, it was definitly first person and you were a girl Role-Playing into dungeons, finding treasures, fighting monsters and stuff and you could climb letter to go deeper and i thnk depeer you went, harder would it get. I also remeber you being in a ''village'' or something. Last time i played this game i was around 6-8 years old i think (it's kinda hard remembering now), but i would like to play it agian! Also i remember that girl had pink hair ( i think).

Now i am 15 years old and i want to play this game agian, but i don't remember the name! Can anyone help? :D Thanks!

-Good luck from Slovenia!

Trying to find the name of a game I played about 10 years or so ago on the PC (flash game). It was a top-down control your troops and destroy the enemy base before they destroy yours. The troops were a yellowish color if I remember right and was sent in china? I remember the bases had a Chinese look to them and the troops were made up of samurai and cannons. The cannons moved a bit slower than the people with swords. You got a certain amount of troops per level made up of different configurations. All troops could be selected by dragging the mouse over them making a green box or could be individually selected. I remember having to leave a couple troops back at my base as to guard it while I moved my main army up to attack because the A.I. could be tricky at times. Don't believe there was any online modes... Additionally, while there were dirt paths to follow you could sometimes sneak people across a hill/grass to take the win.

Would appreciate any help!!! Sorry about this being a bit confusing, twas a long time ago.

Hey so I desperately need to find this game, it was on friv a while(5 years or something) and it was a 2d flash game where you would control soldiers but you could swap and control each individual one,you could buy units later on like veterans and tank and heli operators and could update their stats throughout in your quest to destroy the enemy.PLS SOMEBODY

Hey everyone,

Glad to find this forum and thread.
Been searching the internet like crazy to find a game i played as a kid. Hope you guys can help me.
Cant remember if it was on commodore or Atari. Its a fighting game, i think in Black and white. I remember only one character, it was a man in white clothes i think and he had a chain on his head that he swinged around.
Hope anyone knows what im talking about :)

Emmaterasu:

Bigvinnymac:
Hey, this isn't a game I've played to be honest- but it's been driving me mad none the less. All I really know of it is that there was a (Secret?) ghost or something that would appear if you leave and re-enter a room over and over, or maybe it was turn the lights on and off?

It was like a 2d indie game, sort of looked like Earthbound or Mother, and the ghost was black and white. I think the ghost was quite well known as a creepy little easter egg, which is why I'm surprised that I can't find anything about it now.

Thanks :)

That would be Yume Nikki. The "ghost" you mention is called Uboa, and it appears sometimes if you turn the lights off in one particular room of the game , but if it doesn't happen you have to leave and reenter the room.

Thank you! I'm definitely gonna play this game now

***Reposting from page 827, as this may have gotten lost in the mix.***

Hello and please help me with this one.

Platform - Game Boy Advance (possibly, if not, then more probably PS1)

A male character (cartoon-ish kid) starts out on the west side of an empty green field.
-If you go to the east, there is a broken bridge over water.
-If you go north, you get to the top of the field - there is nothing interesting there
South is where it gets interesting. You get to a ladder that you go down. At the bottom of the ladder, there is an orange circle. If the character steps on the circle, it closes and a new feature opens (e.g. a building suddenly appears in the starting field). There is a cave past the orange circle, and there are more orange circles and enemies in this cave. Going over the circles either adds another building or opens a passageway in the cave.

Thank you in advance.

This is pretty vague but if anyone can help me track this one down, it would be awesome. We used to play this in Primary School (I'm in the UK).

It was set in some kind of Professor's laboratory, I think you played as the professor. You had to complete a series of levels that would reward you with a new invention/gizmo that would be useful to you in other levels going forwards. Once you'd unlocked it you were free to use it as you carried on playing. I think they might have been upgrades on the things you started with, not sure exactly...

It was a 2D sidescroller, probably released sometime in the mid 90's.

I don't know why we played it in school, I don't think it was particularly educational...

I think that's all I can offer really - don't suppose anyone recognises it?

Cheers

I've been looking for a PC/CD game forever. I was very young when I played it, so it must have been from the '90s or very early '00s. It was a point-and-click/click-through type of game, and you had two games to play. The first game was where you played a princess who was afraid of water but loved to stare into her pond in the castle garden. In that pond there was an anemone who made an anemone/enemy joke if you clicked on it. Inside the castle (or somewhere) there were busts of scientists/philosophers who would argue in song about what rotates around what (Earth around Sun, Sun around Earth) if you clicked on them. Eventually the princess leaves the castle grounds, comes upon a two-headed dragon (who sings a song that begins with "Two heads are better than one, [something] is better than none"), and meets a prince. At the end, she and the prince fly away on a magic carpet while her father calls "Arrivaderci!"

The second game has you play as a young boy. A witch invades his home and won't leave until she hears a story she's never heard before. The boy leaves his home (he lives with his mother) and comes upon the world of fairies. The fairy queen doesn't like him at first, but warms up to him when she hears him play an instrument (can't remember what it was). She gives him a bag of gold and sends him on his way. The boy returns home and tells the witch the story, and since it was his own story, she had never heard it before, and leaves his house. He gives his mother the bag of gold.

Those are all the details I remember. I have had absolutely no luck finding this game. I did find a Reddit user who was looking for the same game (https://www.reddit.com/r/HelpMeFind/comments/38vtj2/help_me_find_this_computer_game_from_my_childhood/?st=j9jc0akv&sh=faa06f1e) but I contacted them and they hadn't found it either. Please help!

Can we stream this games with phone tracker on Android?

Hi. Have a game i cant remember the name of. That would bring some childhood memories back to life.
We used to play it hotseat at a friend sometimes.

It was on a CD. played in windows 98 or xp i think

It was a boardlike game. U raced in Europe and tried to come first to different cities. U had specialcards or something that could sabotage for other players, or boost ur move. Have some memories of always computer controlled player , "an evil man" in a balloon and a tophat that cheated and stuffs. Cant really descibe it better.

Kellerbandit:
I remember this game I used to watch my dad play very vaguely, sometime around 2000 to 2003 or later, It was a RPG in which the player was a wizard/summoner and fought against another powerful evil wizard/summoner using damaging spells and summonig creatures which you were able to controll but you couldn't use weapons. You had mana and health that were displayed in "bubbles" kinda like in diablo. If you wanted to refill you mana either the player or one of their creatures had to stand on a round spot on the ground which gave them mana. I also remember that you could get new spells by combining plants or something like that. It's all very vague, I know... But maybe somebody knows it by chance.

Could it be Sacrifice?

Hi!
I played this game a long long time ago:
You were in some sort of hovertank and you had to mine resourses and some times engage enemy hovertanks.
if your tank went bad, you can eject and then shoot enemy hovertank with your laserpistol and take that.
If I remember correct, you are building a base with mining resources....
Amiga or pc, cant remember :)

hi, so I'm trying to find a PC game that I remember from a long time ago. the things I remember are: you played as a soldier in a kinda empty brown plain, it was sort of overhead but at a 3/4 angle sort of thing, I vaguely remember some combat as enemies came out of fog that surrounded you at all times, you could kick other soldiers out of tanks to take it for your own, I remember voice lines like "are you firing me now boss?" "come on man! this is my tank!" or things along that line, I'm pretty sure the loading screen had black and yellow caution tape on it somewhere. I know this isn't much to work off of, but anything anyone can think of would help.

EDIT: It was 3d, and the closest thing I can think of to compare it to is starcraft if you played as a single marine.

Yeah so no idea how to use this website but I'm trying to figure out the name of a computer game I used to play as a kid around 2005ish... Pretty much club penguin but with like amiibos you had to buy individually. They all kinda looked like pandas.

Thanks.

There was this game i used to play with my brother a lot and i can't remember it. It was a obscure weird Japanese horror-ish fighting game made some were in the 2000. In this game you could play as a bunch of anime girls and fight somewhat realistic monsters, in the game there was a bunch of areas like a castle place (i think), a tv area, carnival area, a swamp?,a dessert area, and more. in the end of each level was a boss, which the only boss i remember was a weird looking clown or librarian looking guy. the game pretty much looked like Madoka Magica. so that is it, and if anyone remember or played this game it would be cool if you can say what the name of it was, thanks.

I am searching for a game about dinosaurs. The game was on PC and it was 2D and it was a pixel game. I don't really remember, what it was about just that there were 3 dinosaurs, that each had a special talent.One of them could jump higher than the others and I think you had to solve puzzles, but I don't remember anything else about it. Could someone who know or have any idea of what I'm talking about, help me and find it? Thanks for any help I can get.

Hi guys, I'm looking for a game that I played when I was young. It was a side-scrolling CD game on PC platform in the year of 2000s may be, actually I don't know about the release date of it. I've tried my best to remember most of the game details but I cant remember the name of it.

Although the game is side-scrolling game, it looks like 2.5D. The background is 2D picture but your character and the enemies are 3D image. It is a kind of adventure game, and you have a health bar and mana bar on the top left hand corner.
In the game you can choose 3 types of character, a young man with sword, a young girl with staff and a man using two-handed axe.
I remember some of the default button which are "Z" and "X", "Z" is using a light attack and "X" is a heavy attack.

There are several types of magic you can use, fire , ice, lightning and recovery.
Each type of magic divided into 5 levels, I only remember fire and ice.
Fire L1: Single fire ball drop on a single enemy (Auto targeting to nearby enemy)
Fire L2: Fire burning on the left side of right side (depends on character facing direction)
Fire L3: Lava blast at all enemies position
Fire L4: Large explosion (Area of effect)
Fire L5: Fire from the fire phoenix (Area of effect)
Ice L1: Ice Spikes appear at a single enemy's postion (Auto targeting to nearby enemy)
Ice L2: Ice Spikes appear at all enemies' position
Ice L3: Ice wall created on the left side of right side (depends on character facing direction)
Ice L4: Ice Storm (Area of effect)
Ice L5: Ice Age (Area of effect)

And here are the stage and the boss that I try my best to remember.
Stage 1 - Forest, boss: rock golem
Stage 2 - Floor 1
Stage 3 - Below 1, boss: ice drake
Stage 4 - Below 2, boss: 2 ghost
Stage 5 - Below 3, boss: skeleton mage(necromancer)
^And this boss I think is a main enemy of the game because my character need to talk to him before battle.
Stage 6 - Floor 2, boss: a flying, upper body, large skeleton with both scythe-shaded hand(hand bone)
Stage 7 - Floor 3, boss: fire drake
Stage 8 - Below 4

One more thing there are 5 different BGM in the game. Each of them is used for Stage1-5 respectively. And Stage 6 use the first BGM and so on.

I just only remember the stage name and the last stage that I reached is 8.
Please help me with this, it is a memory for me and I try my best to remember the details of it.

Alright, I have looked for this game for years now and I just can't seem to find any record of it, so I'm hoping this forum will be able to help.

The game I'm talking about is about a man who gets wrongfully accused of murdering his wife and is executed in the electric chair, that's what happens in the opening cinematic.
Next thing the character wakes up in this castle/palace in a mountain range somewhere, you explore a bit, dodge traps (like spinning blades) and do some martial arts against enemies.
I seem to remember that the box I had of the game had in big letters "Tunguska" on it, but every time I try to search for that I get the game "the secret files: tunguska" and that's clearly not it since it's a point and click game while the game I remember was controlled with the keyboard and was more action focussed.
I think the environments were prerendered and the character, enemies and traps were 3d models (like final fantasy 7 and such)

If anyone knows this one I will be so happy, that game was a big part of my childhood (even though I never got anywhere in it, usually just died after the 4th or 5th enemy)

Cuttlas:

ManLee:

Cuttlas:
There is a PS1 game which I'm looking for, which I remember are these:

- It was Third Person Shooter and It was a kind of stealth game.
- There were some blue cards which you open the doors with them and you get blue cards with killing guards.
- The levels as I remember was in a dark factory and I remember some Flow of molten material inside the factory.
- The guards and enemies were humans.
- Besides guns you can use Hammer and cold weapons.
- The game's theme is very similar to Syphon Filter, C-12 and Metal Gear but it is none of them.

Please help me find this PS1 Game.

I'm pretty sure it's Fighting Force 2. :D

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS, that's it, Thank you MAN. I played Fighting Force 1 and I was aware of Fighting Force 2 but Fighting Force 2 is very different with one and I was not thinking about it. Thank you again, GREAT!

You're welcome! :D

Sebastiaan Bonnarens:
Alright, I have looked for this game for years now and I just can't seem to find any record of it, so I'm hoping this forum will be able to help.

The game I'm talking about is about a man who gets wrongfully accused of murdering his wife and is executed in the electric chair, that's what happens in the opening cinematic.
Next thing the character wakes up in this castle/palace in a mountain range somewhere, you explore a bit, dodge traps (like spinning blades) and do some martial arts against enemies.
I seem to remember that the box I had of the game had in big letters "Tunguska" on it, but every time I try to search for that I get the game "the secret files: tunguska" and that's clearly not it since it's a point and click game while the game I remember was controlled with the keyboard and was more action focussed.
I think the environments were prerendered and the character, enemies and traps were 3d models (like final fantasy 7 and such)

If anyone knows this one I will be so happy, that game was a big part of my childhood (even though I never got anywhere in it, usually just died after the 4th or 5th enemy)

That would be Tunguska: Legend of Faith.

Good luck to the god among men who can solve this one for me, I haven?t been able to for well over a decade now.
I had snuck this from my dad around age four but cannot be certain so latest release date would be between 2000 and 2003. It was for PC, 2D point and click side scroller type horror game. It was either hand drawn or cut-and-paste style, but it was very cartoon-ish.
If I recall correctly, you play as a young boy trying to escape some sort of dream world . I can only vividly remember the first level being in a corridor with checkered floor and I believe book shelves with either red wallpaper or red curtains in the background. You would eventually come across conjoined twin sisters, I think they were a greenish color but not positive, who were either sewing or brewing a potion before being cast into the next level. At another point you were a snail trying to climb into the sky via a stall with leaves coming from the ground while avoiding being salted from a flying arm above.
My parents always told me this was all a nightmare, but there was at least one person around my age who had said it seemed familiar when I told him but it was too vague a memory for him. I?ve poured over lists of almost every game released within the time frame to no avail, but I KNOW it exists.
I am at the point of offering reward for anyone who can name it for me, this has become a real-life case of candle cove.

Hey, I am looking for the name of a racing car game which was flash downloadable, and browser playable. The design was polygonal. It was a really raw looking game with a dark background for the menu. The soundtrack was metal i think or something around that genre. The levels weren't really colourful (they were dull) but they were colour coded with the saturation of the picked colour. The point of the game was to race around a track which had jumps laying around the racetrack. You could control the car in the air and do tricks (which would fill up a meter which would do something I think). There were rings you could jump through to get extra stuff. Oh, and the design was very minimalistic, the jumps were just triangular prisms. There were levels which could be unlocked by winning the race or destroying every competitors car. There was crash damage which was polygonal. (And no this was not carmageddon) There was no level design. (as in buildings) There was just an outlined track which was to be followed. There was a arrow on the top of the screen which would point you in which direction to go to the next checkpoint. There was usually in the middle of the track a freestyle kinda jump area. Yeah and you could unlock new cars. I remember a old style car, a formula one car, a sedan, and a truck, and a ute (maybe).

Cheers

oh yeah and it was around 2010, give or take 5 years...

Hey guys! I have scoured the internet for this game with no luck. Based on the few details I remember, it's kind of a shot in the dark, but hopefully someone on here knows the name of it. It was an old CD-ROM game for PC (probably late 80's or somewhere in the 90's). I'm pretty sure it was an educational game for kids. All I really remember is you had to solve some kind of puzzle in order to rescue a kitten before the gorilla could get to it. Every wrong move resulted in the gorilla getting one step closer. If you lost the game, the gorilla took the kitten away, and you could see it locked up in a cage, no longer being able to save it (kinda sad). This game may have been a compilation of different games. I think I remember the selection menu being an image of someone sitting in a chair by a fireplace. Don't remember anything else. Ring any bells?

Hello, I want to find that Ps1 game in my entire life but I can't even find it anymore, but it's like a strategy game, consist of 21 teams (from A to Z) and it's language is not english and I think the teams consist of like 3 or 4 at start? and it's fighting scene is like using strings, Ive been looking for this game in my entire life, I hope someone knows it.

SleepySama:
Good luck to the god among men who can solve this one for me, I haven?t been able to for well over a decade now.
I had snuck this from my dad around age four but cannot be certain so latest release date would be between 2000 and 2003. It was for PC, 2D point and click side scroller type horror game. It was either hand drawn or cut-and-paste style, but it was very cartoon-ish.
If I recall correctly, you play as a young boy trying to escape some sort of dream world . I can only vividly remember the first level being in a corridor with checkered floor and I believe book shelves with either red wallpaper or red curtains in the background. You would eventually come across conjoined twin sisters, I think they were a greenish color but not positive, who were either sewing or brewing a potion before being cast into the next level. At another point you were a snail trying to climb into the sky via a stall with leaves coming from the ground while avoiding being salted from a flying arm above.
My parents always told me this was all a nightmare, but there was at least one person around my age who had said it seemed familiar when I told him but it was too vague a memory for him. I?ve poured over lists of almost every game released within the time frame to no avail, but I KNOW it exists.
I am at the point of offering reward for anyone who can name it for me, this has become a real-life case of candle cove.

You talkin' about Nightmare Ned?

I'm trying to find an old game I used to play on my computer, early 2000. It was a board game of some sort, where you had to switch dragons to evolve them, and you had this little girl with pink hair. I'm searching really hard, but I can't find it. Anyone?

Hello, hopefully someone is able to help me out here

I believe the game is on playstation 1. I only played the demo so i dont have much info.
It was a fantasy game where you played as a character that has a similar look to the NiGHTS Into Dreams clown but smaller/shorter. The best thing i can remember from the demo was near the end you went up a mountain by running on a path going in a circle around to the top. It was a side scroller camera at this point that would rotate with you to keep you in the middle. The last scene before the demo ended was the villain (looked like a floating head with a cape) talking to someone than opened up its cape and sucked in some girl before leaving. The inside of the cape looked like space (stars with black backround.

I know this isnt much to go on but its been bothering me for a while now so if anyone can tell me the name it would be awesome. Thanks!

RelativityMan:

Sebastiaan Bonnarens:
Alright, I have looked for this game for years now and I just can't seem to find any record of it, so I'm hoping this forum will be able to help.

The game I'm talking about is about a man who gets wrongfully accused of murdering his wife and is executed in the electric chair, that's what happens in the opening cinematic.
Next thing the character wakes up in this castle/palace in a mountain range somewhere, you explore a bit, dodge traps (like spinning blades) and do some martial arts against enemies.
I seem to remember that the box I had of the game had in big letters "Tunguska" on it, but every time I try to search for that I get the game "the secret files: tunguska" and that's clearly not it since it's a point and click game while the game I remember was controlled with the keyboard and was more action focussed.
I think the environments were prerendered and the character, enemies and traps were 3d models (like final fantasy 7 and such)

If anyone knows this one I will be so happy, that game was a big part of my childhood (even though I never got anywhere in it, usually just died after the 4th or 5th enemy)

That would be Tunguska: Legend of Faith.

Thanks man, I don't understand how google never showed that one when I looked for tunguska.

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