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

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Pixelhunter:

eskalade99:
Hi there is a game that i have been searching for weeks in internet but i can't find it.I was playing it when I was a kid so it must be
around 2005-2009, it was a cowboy/puzzle animation game. The things I remember; there was a teacher to whom the cowboy fell in love.Some bullies were bullieng her in and hitting the cowboy in the head,causing him to faint. I remember carrot planting and growing and harvesting. When we find money in somewhere, cowboy takes it hasitetaly. I guess that is all I can remember but game is compose of puzzle solving and 3rd camera. I hope some one know it's name...

That's "Fenimore Fillmore: The Westerner" (2004).

Dude I love you thanks a lottt

Daniextreme555:
Hello. I have played a PC platformer or adventure game. I don't know wich kind of games was it. The character is a rooster who is wearing a hat and having a pistol. You can have only 4 bullets. The game started in a jungle, the enemies were gorillas. Then the game contonues under the ground. As I remember there were only 21 levels. I played it on windows xp.
Sorry for my bad english.
Can anyone help me please?
If someone has any idea, write on this email:
daniextreme555@gmail.com

Sounds like one of the "Moorhuhn: Schatzj?ger" games, in non-german-speaking-countries they were called "Crazy Chicken Jump 'n Run" or something like that.

Hello. First of all kudos to all the people who help out here, you're great :)

So, i'm looking for this game i used to play as a kid. I remember my brother giving me a CD of it. It was on windows, probably around the XP era.
The game seemed to be aimed for kids, with quite colorful 3D graphics. It was proper 3D, not like the first doom, but i think it wasn't extremely nice - similar to the Ignition racing game in terms of detail if i remember correctly.
The gameplay consisted of moving several creatures on a tiled map. Your goal was to get to the end of the map. There were holes (imagine being on a floating island. I remember there being springs on some tiles and other tiles would be moving platforms, you know, classic obstacles.
The creatures could pick up item to carry and use - i remember picking up a shovel.
Apart from the campaign, you could somehow play levels with opposing creatures, where you would use the items to defeat them. I remember electricity.
The view was bird's eye, probably isometric style, but remember it was 3D.
The name of the game may be the name of the creatures.

That's all i can remember, sorry for being vague. I hope anyone will remember and point me in the right direction.
Thanks in advance :)

EDIT: It turned out to be gruntz. Funny how i remembered it to be a lot more realistic :D

Please guys, I played a game in the 90s and early 2000s where a man is always fighting in dungeons, moving from dungeon to dungeon through a hole in the middle of the current dungeon. Opens chests and level up on dexterity, skills and stuffs. He is able to use all sorts of weapons and defence mechanism. He starts with a stick and level up as he goes.

Trying my luck here.

I will post the things I can remember about the game:

-I think the very first level was on a sinking ship.
-You played with mickey mouse or some disney character , I am not really sure about this but I can remember that the characters and the game itself was very kid - friendly , with very little blood .
-The game was a 2D sega kind of game , where you would walk , jump over stuff and I remember you had to get past enemies by punching them ?
-I remember a castle level aswell , and I believe you could change your character with other disney / cartoon characters.
-The game was pretty challanging as far as I remember . Either that or I was a noob

The thing I remember most clearly about the game was that when you left the game it would put a picture of the characters in the game , grouped in a poster style picture, and they would all say "Bye-Bye" once, and then the game would exit.

The game is pretty old aswell, it doesn't have amazing graphics or anything , it is no way newer than 2008.

I remember playing a game on Friv when I was younger and I can't remember the name of it. I think it was about this little green alien guy, walking in forest like surroundings. I'm not sure what the meaning was of this game but I remember that the alien could take over other animals brains and stuff. If anyone knows the name of this game then please reply!!

Okay so, this is going to be the most vague description of a game ever because I really don't remember much about it. I used to play it on the computer when I was younger, I would say about maybe 2006-2008 or something like that. It had you know, a generic side view that most computer games had like Terreria. I think it was a brother and a sister that were going through a forest and they both had on red shirts. Maybe at one point you were searching for the other one? I'm not sure, it's like a puzzle game if I remember correctly. Sorry this isn't much of a description, but it's like in the way back of my mind, haha. Thanks to anyone who can help me out with the name!

Hello guys first time posting in this forum

I remember playing a demo PC 3rd person shooter/blow em up game somewhere back in 2008. The first stage was set in a snowy place and as a secondary quest you had to destroy some petroleum extractors around the area. There were also some paintings you collected(i think they were all the same painting of mona lisa) that unlocked different textures in the game like big heads for every mob or big feet. In each of the 2 demo stages there was also a shop(-ing hut?) that you could change your 2 weapons.

It's driving me crazy.I hope this info helps. :'(

Here's one for you all.

I remember it being circa 2000-2002, as it came with my Gateway WindowsME pc. It was an adventure puzzle game, no enemies or monsters, that took place in various historical sites. The predominant setting was ancient egypt with no people, however, from time to time you would get a video of a high priestess talking to you or giving you hints.

I also remember that the culmination of the game ended up with you unlocking travel to Atlantis and puzzles continued there, and one of the harder puzzles for me at the time involved Isis and Horus.

What I do know, is that it is Myst styled and had a Mandela puzzle as as one of the many puzzles, another was a "connect the pipes" style with colored snakes. I also know the game files had a full walkthrough that was password locked unless you paid for it.

It's playstyle, if I recall, was click to move or if you could use the keyboard at all it was track based one tile at a time movement (fairly sure it was all mouse based) and that you could look around you at each "tile" stop.

I'm fairly certain it was NOT Timelapse, due to there being no enemies, and some of the visuals don't align with what I remember. I also know it wasn't any of the Atlantis or Beyond Atlantis series. That, and from what I recall, your character remained unknown or unspoken to by any other characters, and that there were no other members of a "team" or plot characters (also a mark against it being Timelapse)

New to this awesome thread! I'm looking for a game that was probably educational and 2D, and was a puzzle game I think (no movement, just static screens). Mostly I remember that there were 10 levels, the first of which was at a sugar cane crop, and a later one was at the Nile River. There was also maybe a level with an underwater shipwreck and one on the beach where you had to fill up drinks for a parrot or something, but I'm not sure about those. Any takers?

It's so good that this thread exists! :)

I seek a game from between 1995 and 2005. It was a very old game about the yellow characters, who craft stuff and build. It's so old I guess it's even for DOS, but could'nt find it anywhere. The characters are yellow, roundly shaped, with legs and hands (torso is also a head). I guess they could mine, build basic structures, maybe even vehicles. It had also a survival aspect, as they could be ill or smth bad could happen to them, but I don't remember more. I remember that the graphics was weak and it was a mostly dark scenery with annoying sounds.

Kuta0:
It's so good that this thread exists! :)

I seek a game from between 1995 and 2005. It was a very old game about the yellow characters, who craft stuff and build. It's so old I guess it's even for DOS, but could'nt find it anywhere. The characters are yellow, roundly shaped, with legs and hands (torso is also a head). I guess they could mine, build basic structures, maybe even vehicles. It had also a survival aspect, as they could be ill or smth bad could happen to them, but I don't remember more. I remember that the graphics was weak and it was a mostly dark scenery with annoying sounds.

This isn't a Lemmings game, by any chance?

KaiYLowell:

Kuta0:
It's so good that this thread exists! :)

I seek a game from between 1995 and 2005. It was a very old game about the yellow characters, who craft stuff and build. It's so old I guess it's even for DOS, but could'nt find it anywhere. The characters are yellow, roundly shaped, with legs and hands (torso is also a head). I guess they could mine, build basic structures, maybe even vehicles. It had also a survival aspect, as they could be ill or smth bad could happen to them, but I don't remember more. I remember that the graphics was weak and it was a mostly dark scenery with annoying sounds.

This isn't a Lemmings game, by any chance?

No. I forgot to tell it was in 3D.

EDIT: It was in isometric projection

llwynn:
Here's one for you all.

I remember it being circa 2000-2002, as it came with my Gateway WindowsME pc. It was an adventure puzzle game, no enemies or monsters, that took place in various historical sites. The predominant setting was ancient egypt with no people, however, from time to time you would get a video of a high priestess talking to you or giving you hints.

I also remember that the culmination of the game ended up with you unlocking travel to Atlantis and puzzles continued there, and one of the harder puzzles for me at the time involved Isis and Horus.

What I do know, is that it is Myst styled and had a Mandela puzzle as as one of the many puzzles, another was a "connect the pipes" style with colored snakes. I also know the game files had a full walkthrough that was password locked unless you paid for it.

It's playstyle, if I recall, was click to move or if you could use the keyboard at all it was track based one tile at a time movement (fairly sure it was all mouse based) and that you could look around you at each "tile" stop.

I'm fairly certain it was NOT Timelapse, due to there being no enemies, and some of the visuals don't align with what I remember. I also know it wasn't any of the Atlantis or Beyond Atlantis series. That, and from what I recall, your character remained unknown or unspoken to by any other characters, and that there were no other members of a "team" or plot characters (also a mark against it being Timelapse)

Maybe Riddle Of The Sphinx: An Egyptian Adventure or its sequel, The Omega Stone. Both of them involve Atlantis at the end. =)

Hi, I'm new here. Anyway I played a browser game (I want to say back in 2015ish) that was about being chased by a monster that you can't see and can only tell where it is by these windmills that will stop working when it's near. The background if I'm remembering correctly was just white. I believe it was first person and single player. Sorry if that's not helpful, it's all I can really remember.

Kuta0:

KaiYLowell:

Kuta0:
It's so good that this thread exists! :)

I seek a game from between 1995 and 2005. It was a very old game about the yellow characters, who craft stuff and build. It's so old I guess it's even for DOS, but could'nt find it anywhere. The characters are yellow, roundly shaped, with legs and hands (torso is also a head). I guess they could mine, build basic structures, maybe even vehicles. It had also a survival aspect, as they could be ill or smth bad could happen to them, but I don't remember more. I remember that the graphics was weak and it was a mostly dark scenery with annoying sounds.

This isn't a Lemmings game, by any chance?

No. I forgot to tell it was in 3D.

EDIT: It was in isometric projection

There was in fact a 3D Lemmings game - check that out first perhaps? http://www.mobygames.com/game/lemmings-3d

(I'm still looking, though.)

KaiYLowell:

Kuta0:

KaiYLowell:

This isn't a Lemmings game, by any chance?

No. I forgot to tell it was in 3D.

EDIT: It was in isometric projection

There was in fact a 3D Lemmings game - check that out first perhaps? http://www.mobygames.com/game/lemmings-3d

(I'm still looking, though.)

I'm so glad that you're searching it :) , but I checked and it isn't Lemmings 3S.

I don't remember much, but to precise: It was a kind of primitive 3D game. The characters were only a few for a level.
They were entirely Yellow, smiling round faces with hands and legs and rather no other details.
I remember they gathered some material and then build some kind of house in one of the missions. There was something threatening to them, maybe some illness, which made them green and then they died. I'm not sure, but maybe in one of the missions they used the machines to build/craft. I remember the annoying sounds every action made. It was devided for levels and each had its goals connected to building/gathering.

Edit: The game had rather rough graphics with not much details. I guess it was for DOS, but can't confirm.

I have been trying to figure out this game for years and each time I remember it I remember even less, but here goes.. I don't remember whether it was an xbox360 or ps2 game but the main character was in a game it was kinda cartoony and you needed to go and kill robots some that flew and the first level was in a city, after that was done you got a data chip (or something) which opened up a new area before heading to the hub world, which was all sorts of colors but I think it was mainly green-ish, the next area that was unlocked was a forest area... thats all I can remember I hope its enough

EDIT: also the main character was some kind of brown-haired Data Hunter or something
EDIT 2: actually it might have been a gamecube game... it seemed more of the gamecube type of game

EDIT 3: found it, it was Virtua Quest

Hey I'm trying to find the name of a game that's been rattling my brain for ages....
For what I can remember I played this game when I was in year 4... it's a point and click pc type game and there was a boy and a girl on adventure I think.... and then there was this robot... I can't remember if he follows you or it goes with you on this adventure?? All I remember was being on the plane and this robot on the wing I think going nuts?? Another thing I remember is you had to cross a path which was blocked by reeds I think and you had to find something to cut it with??
I have searched the internet trying to find the name but can't find it... help

Midwoka:

Maybe Riddle Of The Sphinx: An Egyptian Adventure or its sequel, The Omega Stone. Both of them involve Atlantis at the end. =)

I was looking at Riddle as a possible candidate, but I don't think it is. I will still grab a copy to check out though since it apparently so closely matches what I am looking for anyway. Any other thoughts?

I am trying to find a game that I know a decent amount about, but cannot remember the Name.
It was a Scooby Doo game, and it was point and click. It had two phases, the first had you moving through a dark mansion where you had to shine your flashlight to find a door. When you found it you were lead to the second phase.
The second phase had you essentially playing a memory/matching game where the cards had villains from the shows faces on them. If anyone can help I'd really appreciate it.

Marcy Blag:
I am trying to find a game that I know a decent amount about, but cannot remember the Name.
It was a Scooby Doo game, and it was point and click. It had two phases, the first had you moving through a dark mansion where you had to shine your flashlight to find a door. When you found it you were lead to the second phase.
The second phase had you essentially playing a memory/matching game where the cards had villains from the shows faces on them. If anyone can help I'd really appreciate it.

Perhaps "Scooby Doo Showdown in Ghost Town" and "Scooby Doo Phantom of the Menace"?

llwynn:

Perhaps "Scooby Doo Showdown in Ghost Town" and "Scooby Doo Phantom of the Menace"?

Neither of those fit it. The game was very short, like only a few minutes. I know we had it on an old Windows Computer too if that helps. I want to say about the early 2000s?

Hello, first time posting here. My english is not good... sorry :)
So, i think the realise date is propably 1998-2005. I played it on pc. Perspectives: TPS. Rpg ( i am not sure ), singleplayer, fantasy, adventure.
Before you start, you have to choose the side ( good or evil ). After, you have one character, but later there will be more to choose. For example a female summoner/mage ( my favorite) who can summon a stone golem which similar to infernal in WoW. There was ( i think ) a dungeon where i could not get over. I was in a cave and a had to cross the stone btidge ( under it, there was lava river), but when i was on the middle of the bridge, a lava monster appeared and killed me...
I hope it is understandable :)

Hello! I am looking for an RPG, I believe was SNES or possibly early PS1. I think the game starts off next to a village that was burned down and I remember having to go around the map and finding towers. If you enter the tower a character splits off from the party and faces it alone. Once you defeat the tower you unlocked some extra powers. Does this sound familiar to anyone?

Hello guys,

I've been trying to find this game like yearly whenever I remember of it,but never found it even though i tryed multiple ways.
Here are the details I remember of it:You can choose 3 characters(one is female dual wielding swords,another is a male which has claws and can crawl on walls as needed on starting point,the other was a big guy).I only played with the female character and you had to kill zombies(they were probably also named close to that(or Zombye) as you had their target with hp and name,as you go further you'll meet a boss named Hangman with a huge two hand axe.I think i had the game as a demo as if i remember right i was starting it from a Unreal Tournament icon.Game was 3rd person.These are all the details i got,not much as it's between 10-15 years.

Thank you all for taking some of your time and try help me,a real struggle for me. :D

Edit:just noticed I posted same thing in 18 Sep 2013 10:00 am and no answer.Just how important this game is for me.

MIG:
Hello guys,

I've been trying to find this game like yearly whenever I remember of it,but never found it even though i tryed multiple ways.
Here are the details I remember of it:You can choose 3 characters(one is female dual wielding swords,another is a male which has claws and can crawl on walls as needed on starting point,the other was a big guy).I only played with the female character and you had to kill zombies(they were probably also named close to that(or Zombye) as you had their target with hp and name,as you go further you'll meet a boss named Hangman with a huge two hand axe.I think i had the game as a demo as if i remember right i was starting it from a Unreal Tournament icon.Game was 3rd person.These are all the details i got,not much as it's between 10-15 years.

Thank you all for taking some of your time and try help me,a real struggle for me. :D

Edit:just noticed I posted same thing in 18 Sep 2013 10:00 am and no answer.Just how important this game is for me.

I dunno if this fully fits of not but is it maybe Zombie Diary 1 or 2?

Marcy Blag:

MIG:
Hello guys,

I've been trying to find this game like yearly whenever I remember of it,but never found it even though i tryed multiple ways.
Here are the details I remember of it:You can choose 3 characters(one is female dual wielding swords,another is a male which has claws and can crawl on walls as needed on starting point,the other was a big guy).I only played with the female character and you had to kill zombies(they were probably also named close to that(or Zombye) as you had their target with hp and name,as you go further you'll meet a boss named Hangman with a huge two hand axe.I think i had the game as a demo as if i remember right i was starting it from a Unreal Tournament icon.Game was 3rd person.These are all the details i got,not much as it's between 10-15 years.

Thank you all for taking some of your time and try help me,a real struggle for me. :D

Edit:just noticed I posted same thing in 18 Sep 2013 10:00 am and no answer.Just how important this game is for me.

I dunno if this fully fits of not but is it maybe Zombie Diary 1 or 2?

Nope,one i played was 3rd person and medieval.Thanks for trying :D

nevermoreslayer:
Trying my luck here.

I will post the things I can remember about the game:

-I think the very first level was on a sinking ship.
-You played with mickey mouse or some disney character , I am not really sure about this but I can remember that the characters and the game itself was very kid - friendly , with very little blood .
-The game was a 2D sega kind of game , where you would walk , jump over stuff and I remember you had to get past enemies by punching them ?
-I remember a castle level aswell , and I believe you could change your character with other disney / cartoon characters.
-The game was pretty challanging as far as I remember . Either that or I was a noob

The thing I remember most clearly about the game was that when you left the game it would put a picture of the characters in the game , grouped in a poster style picture, and they would all say "Bye-Bye" once, and then the game would exit.

The game is pretty old aswell, it doesn't have amazing graphics or anything , it is no way newer than 2008.

Guess it's Animaniacs? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gYSqq8Cvxc

I stumbled on this video and immediately recognized the music playing...but cannot identify it. Here's a blind cast to see if anyone can. This is driving me crazy...

http://www.infinitelooper.com/?v=-DAbF5mRPyg&p=n#/244;324

PLEASE ignore the garbage footage contained within -- as well as the annoying "bombs?" looped over and over (it's from an era [YTP] long past). The time-stamped loop is the song in question.

I'm not even entirely sure it's from a video game now, but I've DEFINITELY heard it many times in my life when I was younger.

Let's get straight to it. I played it around 2006, 2007 on Windows xp. It was a rts game, fantasy themed, and 4X. There was 3 or 4 races, human, angel, undead and maybe another. Each race had an amazing 3D intro when you enter the main city. You build structures in the cities and train troops. I remember humans can eventually train griffins, and undead bone drakes? Also, every few turns passed had a different name, like week of the elephant or month of the owl and they granted different buffs or debuffs. Combat was like tbs. That all I can remember for sure. Plz help!

There was this one game i used to play as a kid on the computer it was like on big fish games or something similar u would have to catch the lego bricks that would fall down and it would make like lego robots and they would build lego art in the background and there were different robots u could make some were better than others

I'm looking for the name of a computer game I used to be obsessed with but can now barely remember. It was on the computer in my 3rd grade classroom, circa 2003, here's what I remember:

- It's a math game
- The characters were all real people and the animation quality leads me to believe it was made in the very late 90's at the earliest
- It took place in a city of some sort and you would click different places for different types of math problems
- There was a geometry location where you would use shapes to make a pattern on a building or something
- I think there was an electronics store where you would work on money math
- There was either a bus station or ship port with a arrival/departure schedule where you'd work on time math
- I swear there was some like outdoor market place with like fruit/vegetables and stuff to work on weight/measurements?
- I vaguely remember there being an arcade too?

Sorry these details are super sparse, my memory is terrible, but it's been driving me crazy so if you have any thoughts at all please let me know!

(bumping my post)

i remember play this DOS emulator but for the life of me I can't remember the name of the game

the game starts out with the character in his bedroom woken up from a thunderstorm, there a boombox you can use in the beginning to play a heavy metal song but enough of that. the game continues with you breaking out of your room to find you're in an alien building and have to solve puzzles to escape and go back home, but in the end, you cant.

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