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

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Pixel style Game from 2000s, in which you play as a mech that goes around a city, blowing stuff up, throwing cars, flying around climbing building causing havoc. Forgot name but you drop down from a aircraft at the start. Its a flash game as far as i remember.

It was a game where you go into these guys bodies and you shoot bubbles and viruses while avoiding things. When you enter you have to avoid mouthwash.

bellali:
Hi

So there is this very old pc game I used to play probably 12-13 years ago. You had a character and had to shoot some kind of missiles in the air to blow up bubbles, each character had a different way of shooting I think. So basically the bubbles exploded and new smaller bubbles came out of them and you had to destroy them all without getting hit. There were different storylines, some of them with some dark knights or some shit. There was also a dragon at some point which when you killed him showed an (fake) error message in the game. That's about all I can remember haha.

I thought the name of the game was Pando or something but I searched it and nothing pops up so it must have been different.. but something similar to Pando I suppose. Thanks!

That's probably either Pang (which was called Buster Bros. in the US) or one it's variants.

Lindie Turner-Gibb:

Lindie Turner-Gibb:
Similar to Myst, etc, in terms of puzzles, graphics, and atmosphere.
I played it on the PC. Not sure if 90s or 00s. I don't have much to go on so Googling it and asking around has been a nightmare.
A forest, at night. A bright moon in the sky. Many consecutive left, right, choices, etc. I had them memorised as a kid. Traversing through the maze would, I think, lead to a tower. I know you climb a tower at some point. As in, you scale the side of it. It's first person. You either play no character, or a man.

I'm still here, still searching! I just wish I could even find one other person looking for this game, that they could give me one more detail... I just keep seeing myself clicking through loads of scenes like this! https://imgur.com/a/Ii2vICj

I wonder if it's one of the Shivers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shivers_%28video_game%29 series? or some other Sierra game like Lighthouse: The Dark Being https://www.myabandonware.com/game/lighthouse-the-dark-being-3m3 ?

David Daviiee Carvalho:

Lindie Turner-Gibb:

Lindie Turner-Gibb:
Similar to Myst, etc, in terms of puzzles, graphics, and atmosphere.
I played it on the PC. Not sure if 90s or 00s. I don't have much to go on so Googling it and asking around has been a nightmare.
A forest, at night. A bright moon in the sky. Many consecutive left, right, choices, etc. I had them memorised as a kid. Traversing through the maze would, I think, lead to a tower. I know you climb a tower at some point. As in, you scale the side of it. It's first person. You either play no character, or a man.

I'm still here, still searching! I just wish I could even find one other person looking for this game, that they could give me one more detail... I just keep seeing myself clicking through loads of scenes like this! https://imgur.com/a/Ii2vICj

I wonder if it's one of the Shivers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shivers_%28video_game%29 series? or some other Sierra game like Lighthouse: The Dark Being https://www.myabandonware.com/game/lighthouse-the-dark-being-3m3 ?

Shivers is painfully close. I skipped through a whole playthrough even though I didn't recognise any of the scenes or the title just because IT'S SO DAMN CLOSE. Which makes me think it is a Sierra game from that time-period. It's not Lighthouse, but I'm going to have a peruse for them.

Also, my dad emailed this morning asking me if it's "the one where a shadow monster or something is pursuing you. It involved choosing left or right and I think there was a map where it showed the shadow monster getting closer; if it saw you you were doomed but sometimes you'd stumble across it when it was looking the other way and then you had to leg it quickly".
Now, I don't remember any of that aspect whatsoever... but now I just want to find that game, even if it isn't the one I'm looking for! :D

(Also, gonna end up playing Shivers after my exams).

Lindie Turner-Gibb:

David Daviiee Carvalho:

Lindie Turner-Gibb:
[quote="Lindie Turner-Gibb" post="9.166417.24233177"]Similar to Myst, etc, in terms of puzzles, graphics, and atmosphere.
I played it on the PC. Not sure if 90s or 00s. I don't have much to go on so Googling it and asking around has been a nightmare.
A forest, at night. A bright moon in the sky. Many consecutive left, right, choices, etc. I had them memorised as a kid. Traversing through the maze would, I think, lead to a tower. I know you climb a tower at some point. As in, you scale the side of it. It's first person. You either play no character, or a man.

I'm still here, still searching! I just wish I could even find one other person looking for this game, that they could give me one more detail... I just keep seeing myself clicking through loads of scenes like this! https://imgur.com/a/Ii2vICj

I wonder if it's one of the Shivers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shivers_%28video_game%29 series? or some other Sierra game like Lighthouse: The Dark Being https://www.myabandonware.com/game/lighthouse-the-dark-being-3m3 ?

Update: YouTubed all Sierra On-Line Point and Click games to no avail :(

Im looking for the name of a strange PS1 game, it was most likely a Japan only game, all I remember is that you could move through the stages very similarly to the Final Fight games (2.5D and in a Street like stage composition), dont remember how you fought but it had the quirk that you would use a Jar to finish your enemies (Pretty sure it had some link to exorcising them cause they were evil spirits), so eventually you would use the jar, the baddies or hurt baddies went inside and you got a close up on your dude with a black background and had to use L1 L2 R1 R2 to freaking SHAKE the jar as fast as possible like a bartenders mixer or something till you destroy the baddies (Pressing the same button in a row did nothing so you had to alternate).

Eventually you even got somw scrolls that made it so if you used a certain pattern while Mixing a Japanese Kanji would appear, and you even got an audience as a background further ahead.

The graphics were pretty ugly, your character was depicted as short figurine like body with a Sphere for a head and I want to say you had Orange hair, when you moved the animation was of many little hops, no leg animation or anything kind of like you were a figurine (I played it on Japanese when I was young so I don't have many details on the story or anything like that).

Im certain this exists but at this point some of the info here might be a little blurry, please if anyone knows anything let me know!

So there's this game I used to play when I was a kid. It was one of those build-your-own-carnival games that you could download from sites like GameHouse back in the day. I doubt the game still exists, but I want to know what it was so I can try to find it again. In the game, you had tasks to perform, you had to pay attention to your money flow which could be either in the red or green, a time limit to get certain things done, but the main feature I remember was that you have employees that you can adjust the pay of: mechanic, security, janitor, nurse, and one other, I think. If their pay is "too low" they will ask for a raise and if you refuse, they'll quit and you'll have to hire again. You can pay for advertisements for your carnival, and there were a bunch of other features that I can't remember. The graphics weren't the best, and were kinda pixelated. I really want to know what this game was called. If you know which game I'm talking about, please let me know. Thanks.

So there's this game I used to play when I was a kid. It was one of those build-your-own-carnival games that you could download from sites like GameHouse back in the day. I doubt the game still exists, but I want to know what it was so I can try to find it again. In the game, you had tasks to perform, you had to pay attention to your money flow which could be either in the red or green, a time limit to get certain things done, but the main feature I remember was that you have employees that you can adjust the pay of: mechanic, security, janitor, nurse, and one other, I think. If their pay is "too low" they will ask for a raise and if you refuse, they'll quit and you'll have to hire again. You can pay for advertisements for your carnival, and there were a bunch of other features that I can't remember. The graphics weren't the best, and were kinda pixelated. I really want to know what this game was called. If you know which game I'm talking about, please let me know. Thanks.

So there's this game I used to play when I was a kid. It was one of those build-your-own-carnival games that you could download from sites like GameHouse back in the day. I doubt the game still exists, but I want to know what it was so I can try to find it again. In the game, you had tasks to perform, you had to pay attention to your money flow which could be either in the red or green, a time limit to get certain things done, but the main feature I remember was that you have employees that you can adjust the pay of: mechanic, security, janitor, nurse, and one other, I think. If their pay is "too low" they will ask for a raise and if you refuse, they'll quit and you'll have to hire again. You can pay for advertisements for your carnival, and there were a bunch of other features that I can't remember. The graphics weren't the best, and were kinda pixelated. I really want to know what this game was called. If you know which game I'm talking about, please let me know. Thanks.

Okay so, there was this one game i wanted to remember. I had it on my phone like a couple years ago. Its like these small little characters and they go against other characters. They crawl along the playing field and you can like aim and try to shoot your enemy. But i cant remember the name.

Im looking for a game where u can play alone or with friend from the same pc, the game must be from around 2000-2005 not so bad graphics its 2d while the levels are on one screen, the main characters are monsters with something like hunch and they must jump and hit the boxes like super mario, to stun the ants and bugs and after that they must kick them so they die, i also remember the first boss was a big rat with hat and jaket and u had to jump and hit him while he is above the boxes so many times before he die, also from some boxes droped random bonuses like lifes and etc. Thats all i remember...... PLEASE HELP ME, TY ALL

So im looking for a very old game! It was 2D, there was a room which was filled with boxes and bricks and u had a green worm-like character that only moved left & right. U could also build your owm maps to play. You couldnt directy control the movement but u could edit the map to do so.. if u hit a wall it just goes from leff to right and vice versa. The character looked like a green worm and moved like a slinkey. Could ba a spring aswell i dont remember.

Lindie Turner-Gibb:

Lindie Turner-Gibb:
Similar to Myst, etc, in terms of puzzles, graphics, and atmosphere.
I played it on the PC. Not sure if 90s or 00s. I don't have much to go on so Googling it and asking around has been a nightmare.
A forest, at night. A bright moon in the sky. Many consecutive left, right, choices, etc. I had them memorised as a kid. Traversing through the maze would, I think, lead to a tower. I know you climb a tower at some point. As in, you scale the side of it. It's first person. You either play no character, or a man.

I'm still here, still searching! I just wish I could even find one other person looking for this game, that they could give me one more detail... I just keep seeing myself clicking through loads of scenes like this! https://imgur.com/a/Ii2vICj

Closest thing I found was this:
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Mortalus (1997)

PixelPrincess123:
So there's this game I used to play when I was a kid. It was one of those build-your-own-carnival games that you could download from sites like GameHouse back in the day. I doubt the game still exists, but I want to know what it was so I can try to find it again. In the game, you had tasks to perform, you had to pay attention to your money flow which could be either in the red or green, a time limit to get certain things done, but the main feature I remember was that you have employees that you can adjust the pay of: mechanic, security, janitor, nurse, and one other, I think. If their pay is "too low" they will ask for a raise and if you refuse, they'll quit and you'll have to hire again. You can pay for advertisements for your carnival, and there were a bunch of other features that I can't remember. The graphics weren't the best, and were kinda pixelated. I really want to know what this game was called. If you know which game I'm talking about, please let me know. Thanks.

Rollercoaster Tycoon? Theme Park (1994)? Sim Theme Park(1999/2002 for the Gold Edition)?
NoLimits Rollercoaster (2005)?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_roller_coaster_related_video_games

I remember an old PC graphic adventure game where the main character made his living fishing in the ocean. I don't remember a whole lot from it other than I recall needing to get gloves to pull either conches or urchins or something out of the shallow waters, and there was a deep sea fishing rod that I needed to go out and get sharks. My memory is incredibly hazy past this though so it's really gonna be a challenge finding it. If anyone can figure it out I will forever be in your debt.

Spootanany:
I remember an old PC graphic adventure game where the main character made his living fishing in the ocean. I don't remember a whole lot from it other than I recall needing to get gloves to pull either conches or urchins or something out of the shallow waters, and there was a deep sea fishing rod that I needed to go out and get sharks. My memory is incredibly hazy past this though so it's really gonna be a challenge finding it. If anyone can figure it out I will forever be in your debt.

That reminds me of the Breath Of Fire games, though they were mostly on consoles rather than PC. I know the first 4 games all had fishing in them, and I remember gathering urchins for bait in the first one. The main character in all of them has blue hair, if that rings a bell?

Christopher Aaron Tidwell:
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!

Just thought I would try to add some more info to this. I would have been playing it around 96-98 so it may have been a snes game. I believe it was a top down game. Equipment in it I believe were swords and the like for standard rpgs.

Ok guys, I signed up for this forum specifically to try and find the name of this game. I used to play it in middle school but it was for school. Really crappy graphics and whatnot (around 2005-2007) pc game. I thought it was for science class. Anyways, you could be either a Male or female character, or a bird who could fly. Super simple just wasd controls, mouse clicked on things but didn't move the camera. It was based in a super small city that was basically an island. The game was also super buggy ( could go under the map and run around if you flew all the way up then flew all the way down immediately) and help would be awesome!!

A game where you escape to places I can't remember but I think you're on a ship and it's 2d but it has 3d graphics It's an old game

RelativityMan:

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?

No, that wasn't it. Thanks though!

cristyro:

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.

I feel like the game I'm thinking of was kind of playing on the popularity of the GTA games at the time (the first 2, not GTA3), but had a much darker feel to it. Thanks for looking around though.

ShinHezekiah:

cristyro:

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.

I feel like the game I'm thinking of was kind of playing on the popularity of the GTA games at the time (the first 2, not GTA3), but had a much darker feel to it. Thanks for looking around though.

Project Paradise?

Ytlua:
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

It turns out the name of the game was The Legend of Dragoon!
I can across the Jampack demo disc collection and noticed a few demos I played as a kid, low and behold there it was!

Hi, im looking for a game which was on a black and white boxed disk of 99 or 101 games for windows, could of been 98,2000 not sure.

Theres a couple of games i remember on it,

One was a pirate game where you defended like a hut in the middle but could also be on a boat.
Some kind of bugs that you had to avoid puzzle game.
and there was a sort of very basic farming game with wheat.

Sorry i dont have much more description of the games, must of been over 15 years ago easily

Just found this screen shot, https://i.warosu.org/data/vr/img/0020/81/1416624093754.gif

Pretty sure this Pirates Plunder game was on it too!

Thanks alot

Ok so from that screen shot ive managed to work out it was 100 smash win95 games, but i need to know the name of that farming game on it, but cant find a list of the games on it

Hey, so I'm looking for an RPG where the main premise of the game is you have an alien/parasite "friend" and it can transform into your weapon. There were 3(?) of these aliens/parasites that you could choose from and each was a different weapon.

The name of the game is slipping my mind but I believe it had X in it, I'm not entirely sure.

Really, the only I can vaguely remember is the tutorial started off with you waking up and the area around you is very disheveled and on fire. Also, I believe at one point in the story you're protecting a store or helping a store if that provides any help.

It is not Prototype, it's a kind of casual RPG, and it was free-to-play.

Honestly, I'm not even sure if the game is still up.

So i'm looking for a 2d/3d top to down perspective game on the Nintendo ds or wii or one of this "Newer Generation consoles", it's basically like gathering animals, eating animals i'm not quite sure tbh, but it has something to do with animals and you basically get lions and stuff to progress to the next animal, i'm not really sure exactly what the game is but that's all i remember

I made an account exclusively for this, because this has been eating at my mind for years.

I recall a kind of older game, first person platformer based upon something to do with an old house on a cliffside, in which the protagonist is there exploring trying to find this man (grandfather?) who's seemingly trapped in some kind of alternate dimension, could be recalling wrong, though. It involved using this ray gun of sorts that was able to pick up blocks and items and freeze them in place (i recall growing or shrinking them too but it could be falty memory) to use as platforms. There was seemingly some kind of lab or generator in the house (assuming the man was a scientist) that was going falty, causing time in the house itself to periodically speed up, slow down or freeze (oddly not freezing the player, only pieces of the house itself) The building would shake a lot and there was this narrator that was speaking over some kind of broadcast system to the player, if I recall, they turned out to actually be the man at the end. The end of the game involved running towards this bright light where the silhouette of the man was visible, upon reaching him the screen would turn to the outside of the house, showing the entire building collapsing and falling off the cliff. I don't recall much of the game other than these tiny bits and pieces, but I swear I recall this game existing and it's driving me nuts!

Help finding this game of the past would be greatly appreciated!

[EDIT]: Also recall there being different hues of the screen with little particle effects to indicate whenever stuff in the house was frozen in place and there also being an energy limit on the ray gun, only letting the player hold a few things in the air at a time.

orangeking:
I made an account exclusively for this, because this has been eating at my mind for years.

I recall a kind of older game, first person platformer based upon something to do with an old house on a cliffside, in which the protagonist is there exploring trying to find this man (grandfather?) who's seemingly trapped in some kind of alternate dimension, could be recalling wrong, though. It involved using this ray gun of sorts that was able to pick up blocks and items and freeze them in place (i recall growing or shrinking them too but it could be falty memory) to use as platforms. There was seemingly some kind of lab or generator in the house (assuming the man was a scientist) that was going falty, causing time in the house itself to periodically speed up, slow down or freeze (oddly not freezing the player, only pieces of the house itself) The building would shake a lot and there was this narrator that was speaking over some kind of broadcast system to the player, if I recall, they turned out to actually be the man at the end. The end of the game involved running towards this bright light where the silhouette of the man was visible, upon reaching him the screen would turn to the outside of the house, showing the entire building collapsing and falling off the cliff. I don't recall much of the game other than these tiny bits and pieces, but I swear I recall this game existing and it's driving me nuts!

Help finding this game of the past would be greatly appreciated!

Sounds like Quantum Conundrum (I've never played it, but I remember Yahtzee's review!).

I made an account in here for someone to help.

There is this one game have been stuck in my mind, the references are like these ;
The game that i rememberd was in 2000-2014
(It has been stuck on my mind and i cannot find it.)

The game is similar to Eufloria and Captain Tom Galactic Traveler. The game has unique name that's very hard to find.

At first a fluffly ball creature popped up with a big planet, it tells me to move the creature with my fingers and it can grows flowers,plants,trees if the creature moved.
There will be a shining bubbles that popped out from the flowers,plants, and the trees.
And a new character, which is the blue version, will be there to follow and help the green one(main).

The game has the same graphic such as Captain Tom Galactic Traveler.

If someone answered with 'Green The Planet', no, it's not the game that i wanted. Green The Planet is similar to the game i talked about and the story didn't matched so it has been Exposed that 'Green The Planet' is not the old game that i wanted.

My old phone is broken and i forgot the Email,Password,and Username so it's gonna be hard to find the game and to find the data.
This game is available in Android. Please help!

I remembered when i search that game at 9,
There is only 2 apps that popped out and it's the Demo game and the Full game.

It's so hard to find, i'm kinda sure it got deleted but please tell me the name and how to get the app back!

.. Uhh.. I don't know.

madhatter1984:

ShinHezekiah:

cristyro:

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.

I feel like the game I'm thinking of was kind of playing on the popularity of the GTA games at the time (the first 2, not GTA3), but had a much darker feel to it. Thanks for looking around though.

Project Paradise?

No, this isn't it. I'm pretty sure I'm never going to find this game at this point. Lol.

gogok:
Hey guys! So I'm looking for a first-person point-and-click adventure game in a dark fantasy setting. The menu for the game had a very metallic theme with a beige/grey colour. The first thing you need to do in the game was to escape a prison using a pile of bones. After that my memory is kinda blurry but after escaping the prison you had to go to some kind of party and then mixing chemicals to make a violent potion for some reason. The game was in 3D with graphics which must be after 2000 but before 2004. One thing that I'm sure of is that there was a hot chick wearing some kind of armor. I never finished this game and I lost the CD.

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Hi guys, I'm trying to find two games and I have not enough information about them.

First one is, we have an army which is Roman legion etc. and we have a builder. He can build bridge and moving tower and archers can get into the tower. In a scene, enemies are burning the bridge while trying to escape and we repair the bridge and then the game gives us an extra army coming from behind the enemy. The game has 2D graphics and I played in about 2002.

The second one is, like an age of empires there is a different gold mining system for each country for instance, gold gathered by the workers was using directly for Egypt but for other countries, the collected gold must be moved to the main building by workers. I do not remember exactly but the game has ship for generally transporting and archers were able to fire while they were on the board.

Thanks in advance!

So I played this game probably around 10 years ago originally, as well as only 5 or so years ago when I actually remembered the name, however I never finished the playthrough the second time around and now I really want to. But of course I can't remember the name of it for the life of me.
It's a 2D game where you play as a male character. The story starts in his bedroom where he goes to sleep and then wakes up to find that outside his bedroom window things are a bit different. At first, you have to get out of his bedroom. There's a stereo that you end up having to mess with as well as his light, doorknob (I think?), his bed, and other things. Once you're out of his bedroom, the world is a lot bigger. His bedroom isn't in his house anymore, but in a bit of sci-fi esque type building where he goes around and meet several different types if creatures that he has to either do things for or get things from in order to progress. I do not remember how you end up out of this particular building, but I remember the next area.
It's outside this time, and in one part there is a small green alien dude that You have to help out. Near there is a little tech shop that is literally just a little brightly lit room with a desk and some other dude that 'works' there. Down a back alley there is a super creepy doctors office with a super creepy alien doctor.
Mind you, it's creepy, but it's all still very colorful and 2D and not 'scary'. Just creepy.
I remember other tiny bits and pieces of the game such as an elevator outside that takes you to and from two different areas and a cave later on in the game that You have to do some stuff in for somebody.
Only other thing I remember is that the desktop icon for the game was the three letters or initials of the game -something like SSS or SOS (Or JJJ i don't know guys). Super fun Sci-fi, bizarre alien game that I'd lvoe to find again.
Thanks for the help guys.
-Yoshi

EDIT: It was a 2D game with perspective that made it less flat than a lot of 2D games. It didn't look straight onto area, but rather from 45 degree angles that gave it a little depth.

UPDATE!
My father, after hours of saying he had no idea what game I was talking about, came and said he remembered what it was XD
It's Out of Order (or OOO like I was remembering the desktop icon) and its a pretty cool game that has a really bizarre story. :)

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