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

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EbonyWolf:
4. I remember this one game my brother played that scared the crap outta me as a kid. All I remember is in the opening scene(s) there were these two kids, a boy and a girl, and they were spying on some monsters or something in this abandoned house or whatever. But then, suddenly, one or both of the kids were grabbed from behind and kidnapped by one of the monsters and (presumably) you had to rescue them or escape (I can't remember if you played as the two kids or not.)
5. And lastly, I only very vaguely recall another game that scared the crap outta me as a kid, so much so I couldn't keep playing. It was rated M (don't ask) and it started off with your character as this mansion party or something? But then there was a cutscene showing how this mutagenic stuff or maybe it was a virus or something that got into the sewers and infected all the rats so their eyes glowed this creepy red and I guess turned violent, biting people and spreading the disease(?) Next thing you know, something happens and there's a huge whole in the floor of the mansion and everything is chaos with a bunch of people dying. If anyone could tell me the name of any of these games, I'd be eternally grateful!

I'd imagine the 5th one is Parasite Eve.

I might have some ideas about the 4th game. Around what year was it when your brother played it?

I remember a game which I played when I was younger. It was basically an online game where you are actually a GUNBOT where you will shoot to either kill your enemy or shoot the land below them to drop them.

You can either play 1 on 1 or more. But it's generally a Blue and Red Team. I still remember the characters (bots) are very cartoonish thus its not those 3D games or sorts. It is basically played online with loads of other players. Another thing I remember about the game is that by shooting, you have "Wind" and etc so you need to shoot further and etc to hit your enemy.

Does anyone remember a game like this? I've been trying to remember the name but just can't seem to remember anything at all. It's quite a fun game where you just shoot your friends and etc. There's quite a lot of different bots for you to choose, some are tanks, boomerang shooter and a lot more.

Would seriously appreciate it if anyone can tell me the name of the game.

cristyro:

lasde898:
This game is like Breakout.It was created before 2009.And it has good particle effect. Some stage of it have special bricks that if you break the brick , it will increase the amount of the ball , extend or micrify the board you control .There are other special brick like you have to hit it twice or the brick you have to hit its top and you can't hit its bottom because it has armor.

DX-Ball. If not, search for Arkanoid games.

Sorry... It is not but thank you :)
I found more memory of this game .The bricks of it is not rectangular and the angle of it is a little curved.
The game probably has a physical engine so the ball will increase its quickness bit-by-bit.
One of the item that the brick drops can extend the board to whole-screen size so that it won't let the ball drop off even the board isn't moving.

Hi guys can you help me find this game?It was a 3rd person game,name was composed from 2 words,I can't remeber them, something about "free" "tale" "fairy",can't remeber properly.It was closed a some years ago.You had quests to do,customizable character, and had many minigames ingame, similar candy crush or zuma if i can remember.You would play them to get exp or money.You had a couple of jobs you could take.I remember the browser page had a blue'ish backgorund and a character.If anyone knows the game, please let me know.Thank you.

Hi guys can you help me find this game?It was a 3rd person game,name was composed from 2 words,I can't remeber them, something about "free" "tale" "fairy",can't remeber properly.It was closed a some years ago.You had quests to do,customizable character, and had many minigames ingame, similar candy crush or zuma if i can remember.You would play them to get exp or money.You had a couple of jobs you could take.I remember the browser page had a blue'ish backgorund and a character.If anyone knows the game, please let me know.Thank you.

im looking for a racing pc game,where you could change your car parts and install from another one(not car mechanic simulator).It had a small town in which you could free roam,it also had a naskar track and some offroad ones.It mostly had jeep cars or suvs.I cant find it anywhere,i had played it a couple of years back.

I'm trying to remember the name of a PC game that I played the demo of in the late 90s. Probably 1998-1999, but possibly before. I'm pretty sure the player character is female and from what I remember, all of the action takes place in a shopping mall setting with a not-quite isometric viewpoint. (It's a fixed camera with human tank controls.) The game is faction-based and you go around taking various assignments that generally involve killing people (innocent or otherwise) and one of the factions calls itself "The Order". They're hooded cultists and end their dialogue with the phrase: "Spread the darkness of The Order!" One of the other unique aspects of the game that I remember is you can get a plasma cannon as a weapon and when you fire it, the bursts of energy set off a small AoE explosion that sets fire to anyone caught in it. That's about all I have for details.

Thanks in advance!

It's this old business tycoon from the 90s where you started in the early 1900s (maybe the 20s?) and had to fill a town's street with shops (restaurant, jewelry, shopping mall, etc), except in other streets some shops would perform better than others (jewelry sold more in rich neighborhoods, per example). Over time you'd advance in years (60s, 70s, 80s up to I think "futuristic" 2000s) and as you did, you'd unlock new kinds of shops, upgrades for 'em, some shops would lose popularity and you could even spread your empire to other streets of town. It had a pretty good depth for such an old game, and I'd like to play it again sometimes.

Can anyone help find a ps1 game please

It was a demo and I was really young so I dont remember mutch but it was a game where you were playing with a coursor in a 2d plataforme game where you had to pick up items and click on other thing to make some creatures go to some places (I remember thoses creatures were similar to monkeys and I remember that eggs were a big part of the game, dont actually remember if they put the eggs or if they had to catch some)

Cheers and sorry for my english xD

ShinHezekiah:
I'm trying to remember the name of a PC game that I played the demo of in the late 90s. Probably 1998-1999, but possibly before. I'm pretty sure the player character is female and from what I remember, all of the action takes place in a shopping mall setting with a not-quite isometric viewpoint. (It's a fixed camera with human tank controls.) The game is faction-based and you go around taking various assignments that generally involve killing people (innocent or otherwise) and one of the factions calls itself "The Order". They're hooded cultists and end their dialogue with the phrase: "Spread the darkness of The Order!" One of the other unique aspects of the game that I remember is you can get a plasma cannon as a weapon and when you fire it, the bursts of energy set off a small AoE explosion that sets fire to anyone caught in it. That's about all I have for details.

Thanks in advance!

When you mentioned a female character and assignments you reminded me of No One Lives Forever but that's a 2000 game so it was released too late.
There is also that faction called Fraternity of Order in Planetscape Torment.. Red Faction has cultists...
While I was searching for this, I also stumbled upon a game called Heart of Darkness, apparently it has a plasma cannon and something called the Master of Darkness, it also fits in the time period you specified but nah no way it's this one. Crusader (1995) also has a plasma cannon. All this talk of factions reminds me of games like The Elder Scrolls. I'm sorry, this is all I could think of.

Don't remember which console, could be NES, sega genesis or super nintendo.

You played as a woman who could change armors/suits. I remember a red armor/suit had claws, giving her the ability to climb walls. It was a 2d platformer, resembled Castlevania.

Obs. Not Metroid

hoping to get some help...

Lauren131:
I used to play this game all the time! Can't recall it's name for the life of me and Google is having no luck. I think it?s a PC game but I could be wrong.

Basically, you start the game at a sort of forest camp I think. There's a squirrel who leads you through the forest to his tree. It had loads of different scenarios, including one situation where an evil warlock has come to the forest, and you have to fight your way through essentially and the scenery has gone all red and creepy.

I think you're also friends with a rabbit and at one point he gives you a canvas and paintbrush and sends you into the forest to gather paint colours from flowers and rocks and stuff so you can paint a portrait of the big oak and willow tree in the centre of the forest.I should add the Oak tree was a sort of father figure in the wood. Does this sound familiar to anyone at all? I remember playing it and the "Evil Forest" adventure scaring me so much I left it alone for a year or so. I remember playing my way through to this tower or something, and all the characters in the wood are hypnotised by this strange power coming from the tower.

Someone please help me remember this game. I?ve been searching for years and finally found one other person looking for it on Reddit, but none of the replies were the right one :(( their description is the one above, they reminded me of so much in the game, I?m even more desperate now to find it!

Bumping this up as had no luck last time :(

I can't remember the name of this game and loud been fibbing me crazy for years. It was a game for ps1 I think may be older not sure I'm not sure. But it was se,y in like a dark creepy circus type of environment. It was a vehicle game and best I can describe it is like a triangular rocket sled type thing. The point was to drive around and you could pick up these crystals that would trail behind you and to avoid the monsters in the environment if I remember right there was one that looked like a scary teddy bear. If you died it showed something like being wheeled into a hospital on a gurney. If anyone has any idea what this could be please let me know!

Hi I'm trying to remember a game I believe was on the nes. It looks similar to double moon densentsu in terms of graphics. It was an rpg style game where you start out as a male. They give you I believe abagged lunch every time you rest at home which heals like 15hp. After progressing as this character to a certain point it switches you to a female character. The only other thing I remember is there is wet black powder and you have to use it for a distraction. Any help would be much appreciated!

Hi there, I was desperately trying to remember the name of this game and hopefully someone might know it. The graphic style is kind of like the Dink Smallwood game. You wake up with amnesia and you have to work through several levels but every one is very different. Like, one has you in an asylum but you're basically in the gardens, talking to other residents, I think the puzzle for that level had something to do with music or a record. One level is like a freakshow/carnival I think. In one you were this cyclops with 4 arms if I remember correctly and trying to resolve issues with these insect like people. You see hints later that that level was basically based off a comic book in your memory. The ending of the game was that you were a psychiatrist I think and you were drugged to hide what you knew about a dangerous drug I think. I'd be quite grateful for any hints or suggestions, thanks!

hi everyone, i've been looking for a game i played in the late 90's or early 2000.. if i'm not mistaken it was called 'one eye blind' or something.. it's a pc game, simulation type, and you're this roundish short guy looking for something, or someone in a big old house full of spirits of dead people. you're having conversations with youself, and there's a scene with an old piano, a candlestick, opening drawers trying to find clues.. but that's all i can remember of it. please help me it's been driving me crazy

lilioh:
hi everyone, i've been looking for a game i played in the late 90's or early 2000.. if i'm not mistaken it was called 'one eye blind' or something.. it's a pc game, simulation type, and you're this roundish short guy looking for something, or someone in a big old house full of spirits of dead people. you're having conversations with youself, and there's a scene with an old piano, a candlestick, opening drawers trying to find clues.. but that's all i can remember of it. please help me it's been driving me crazy

Maybe its's Alone in the Dark 2 (aka Alone in the Dark: One-Eyed Jack's Revenge).
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Or The Dark Eye:
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I used to play this game on my gameboy.There was a boy who went to visit the skeleton of a dragon with his sister and grandfather on the back of the village.When he returned no one seemed to remember him or his sister or grandfather.He went away and fought a creature and lost and then returned to the village.He grew up and did not know what happened to his sister or grandfather.I didnt complete the game.I REALLY need to know the name please help.

So my question is more of a system/computer question. My husband and I were talking about computers the other day and I was trying to tell him about this computer type thing I had when I was like 5 or 6 years old (keep in mind I am 31 years old). It was basically a keyboard that plugged into your television and it had all kinds of games and programs on it. Two games I remember pretty vividly was one where you were flying a helicopter and shooting stuff. You had to make sure you didn't hit the hills, trees, etc. And the other game was like a typing/learning your alphabet type game. Letters would randomly fall from the top of the screen and you would have to type the letters before they reached the bottom of the screen. I have googled over and over again and I can't seem to figure out what this keyboard/computer thing is. I'm talking like 91/92 but I doubt it was brand new. Any help would be appreciated.

Amanda Jo Malchert:
So my question is more of a system/computer question. My husband and I were talking about computers the other day and I was trying to tell him about this computer type thing I had when I was like 5 or 6 years old (keep in mind I am 31 years old). It was basically a keyboard that plugged into your television and it had all kinds of games and programs on it. Two games I remember pretty vividly was one where you were flying a helicopter and shooting stuff. You had to make sure you didn't hit the hills, trees, etc. And the other game was like a typing/learning your alphabet type game. Letters would randomly fall from the top of the screen and you would have to type the letters before they reached the bottom of the screen. I have googled over and over again and I can't seem to figure out what this keyboard/computer thing is. I'm talking like 91/92 but I doubt it was brand new. Any help would be appreciated.

TRS-80 or TRS-80 Color Computer? Commodore 64? Commodore VIC-20? Apple II?

6-7 years ago i played a old game in computer. Its like a strategy game but different, its based on WW2(im %80 sure)
You play the game from bird view. You can control 6-8(not sure) soldiers like you can give them orders i believe and you can select any soldier and make it move etc. There was a big forest and there were enemies there. You start in base then you go to the forest and attack with tactics etc. Also i think i played the demo because there was only one scenario/part and i was a kid back then so i cant even finish that scenario/part lol.

Sorry for my bad English.

There was a brick breaker/breakout game I played. The only details I remember are the great soundtrack, and there was light ball wandering out of the playing area on your screen. And if you missed the ball, that light ball would come and destroy the ball you missed, then you could continue playing the game where you left off. Does anybody know this? Thanks. Also it was in windows xp pc.

Eden Sa:

legendblade21:
I remember a ps1-2 game that had a mirrored world, seperated by the clouds/sky and a prevalent feature was that you could travel in the sky. I think there was also a landslide at the beginning of the game that blocked your path. Details are very fuzzy but it's been driving me nuts trying to remember this game.

Was it tales of destiny 2?

Indeed it was :D good man, started playing it a bit ago and the music brings back so many memories. The characters are faintly familiar but i've already forgotten almost all the cutscenes and story so it feels kinda surreal to play it. Thanks bunches!

The game is called Explorapedia :)

animekenobi:

Vault101:
Ok heres a challenge

this one I played on windows 95/98

It was an educational game, I think encyclopedia might have been in the title

it was one where you would go to different parts of the world and click on things

anyway your guide or main charachter was essentially a space frog, he wore a bubble like space helmet and had a lily pad shaped flying platform which was like a space segway (that could fly)

you could also go to his space ship, theres one thign I remeber where there was a song about the planets that went "Mercury now is the one...closest to the shining sun!" thats all I can remember from the song

now figure that one out

DUDE, I'M LOOKING FOR THAT GAME RIGHT NOW! Let me see if I can help you. The frog's name was Tad. At the beginning, he always said, "You can call me Tad."
You went to different habitats to see different animals. Like the farm had a pig and a cat. There was also the arctic as one of the habitats. I hope I figure it out soon! Oh, the song went like this:
Mercury now is the one closest to the shining sun. Venus, Earth, and then comes Mars, orbiting that burning star.... something about Jupiter and Saturn that I don't remember... Uranus is blue and green, it's COLD and minus 553 degrees! Neptune is the blue-ish one, it's atmosphere is hydrogen!.. and then something about Pluto.
Good luck!

yes! that sounds right, cant belive somone remembers it (and the song as well)

it was similar to anotherone I would play called "dangerous creatures" not the same game obviously but they were very similar

From what I can remember, it was a PS1 demo and similar to Resident Evil in the sense you move from area to area, for example I remember a pathway with a clear sky backdrop with different pathways which move you into a different area, one of these areas had a waterfall or a river flowing with a tree maybe blocking the route (it may have just been the sound of a river or waterfall), I think there was also a burning city/city in ruins with a dark cloaked figure.

Sorry it's vague, I really can't remember the fine details

I don't remember much about this game. It's a computer game I played a demo of sometime during the ots but it could've easily been much older. It was some sort of fantasy-themed rpg with an isometric view. You lived in this town and could explore the square-shaped areas outside of it and complete quests and work toward some sort of goal. I think the combat could've been real time, but I'm not completely sure. The main thing about the game (and the reason I wanna find it again) was there were other factions/guilds/houses/whatever they were called in the same town (how many you could choose at the start of the game) and they were able to do the same quests and were working toward the same goal as you. There was a menu that showed your relationship status with the other factions as well as their relationships with each other.

I know that's not much to go by, but any help would be appreciated.

I played this game more than 10 years ago. It was probably a browser game, but I have no idea what the gameplay was about. All I know is that the death screen had a character (player itself or some kind of partner) standing next to the tombstone of the player with bagpipe music. I remember that I always got sad by the sad music :P

Can anyone tell me the name of this game? 3rd person horror games you start on a ship then I think on an island... you play later as a female character I think she was asian.. it was a Resident evil 4 clone for sure. I think you fight zombies and there are puzzles maybe?

Sultan M. Al-Murayeh:
Can anyone tell me the name of this game? 3rd person horror games you start on a ship then I think on an island... you play later as a female character I think she was asian.. it was a Resident evil 4 clone for sure. I think you fight zombies and there are puzzles maybe?

Is it Cold Fear?

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I used to play this computer game 15 years ago where you had to move 4 balls, (all at the same time, one after another) through a maze that included obstacles to the finish area. the mazes got gradually harder at the next level

I have been trying to find a game for years, but forgot the name. The cover has a mad scientist and a tornado in the background with a cow. I was a clue finding game to stop an evil genius from using a weather machine to destroy the planet, and used a lot of poorly rendered video clips. I've tried searching weather machine, tornado machine and other stuff but can never find it. Please help if anyone else has played this!

(Edit: FINALLY FOUND IT. Just had to type in "CD rom" in the search bar.)
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ShinHezekiah:
I'm trying to remember the name of a PC game that I played the demo of in the late 90s. Probably 1998-1999, but possibly before. I'm pretty sure the player character is female and from what I remember, all of the action takes place in a shopping mall setting with a not-quite isometric viewpoint. (It's a fixed camera with human tank controls.) The game is faction-based and you go around taking various assignments that generally involve killing people (innocent or otherwise) and one of the factions calls itself "The Order". They're hooded cultists and end their dialogue with the phrase: "Spread the darkness of The Order!" One of the other unique aspects of the game that I remember is you can get a plasma cannon as a weapon and when you fire it, the bursts of energy set off a small AoE explosion that sets fire to anyone caught in it. That's about all I have for details.

Thanks in advance!

Could that have been Pax Corpus?

Hey guys!
there was this educational game I played back in the 2000s at school where you could make your own picture book and scenes.
If anyone knows it then please reply, desperate to find it for my class!
cheers.

splashbree:
Hey guys!
there was this educational game I played back in the 2000s at school where you could make your own picture book and scenes.
If anyone knows it then please reply, desperate to find it for my class!
cheers.

Storybook Weaver?

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