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

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Okay, I'm looking for a game (probably from the early to mid 2000s), it stared a (I think) green man, who was always in a squatted position, I am fairly certain that he wore a brown (or green) tunic and goggles (although that might just be my bad memory) what I can remember 100% is that the game is 2D, the character had a very long tongue that was used for platforming/collecting the objects in game, and I *think* his name began with the letter "G" and that the title of the game had something to do with "Legend" or "The Legend of -----" I used to play it all the time on my dads PC, although I am unsure whether it was for Windows or Linux.

Hi All,

And thank you in advance for any assistance anyone can give me with this.

I am looking for the name of a console game, multiplayer dungeon crawler type in 3rd person looking down on the characters. The character choice screen is underground or indoors, and I think you can only choose from about 3 or 4 different characters, one of which is a male dwarf, no real customization, can't choose gender or anything. There is 1 female choice I think. I also think the heroes, the characters you played, were supposed to be ancient heroes that were brought back to life to help with a problem/crisis and you completed tasks/missions as you progressed through dungeons, but I'm not sure about all of these details.

I believe it was available on either Xbox (before the 360) or PS3, and we played it after 2004 (sorry I can't be more specific then that about those details).

I believe you could collect things found in the dungeon(s), sell them at various points you came upon as you progressed through the areas. I can't remember whether you could upgrade your character or armour but am fairly certain your weapon could be upgraded to some degree.

Thanks for any help that can be provided.

Laura

ldfranks:
Hi All,

And thank you in advance for any assistance anyone can give me with this.

I am looking for the name of a console game, multiplayer dungeon crawler type in 3rd person looking down on the characters. The character choice screen is underground or indoors, and I think you can only choose from about 3 or 4 different characters, one of which is a male dwarf, no real customization, can't choose gender or anything. There is 1 female choice I think. I also think the heroes, the characters you played, were supposed to be ancient heroes that were brought back to life to help with a problem/crisis and you completed tasks/missions as you progressed through dungeons, but I'm not sure about all of these details.

I believe it was available on either Xbox (before the 360) or PS3, and we played it after 2004 (sorry I can't be more specific then that about those details).

I believe you could collect things found in the dungeon(s), sell them at various points you came upon as you progressed through the areas. I can't remember whether you could upgrade your character or armour but am fairly certain your weapon could be upgraded to some degree.

Thanks for any help that can be provided.

Laura

Bit of a random guess here, but maybe Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance for the Xbox?

Hi all,
I played a casual game many years ago. It was somewhat of a puzzle game, sorta like clue-ish. your in a make shift house. in the beginning the house is small, but as you progress, the house gets more rooms. Game comprises of matching items to eliminate them. after which, there is a final pieces that solves the mystery. I know the game realy well, but cant remember the name of it. I know its very old, as a few years ago(when I DID! remember the name) I went on a hunt and found it quite difficult to find, so now I am sure it is even harder. I'm thinking BFG might have it, Any guesses? Thanks!!

edit:
found a rip-off of it.
A Series of Unfortunate Events (can find on bfg)
this is an UGLY copy of it, but the game is exactly like that, with better gfx and game play

xRa7en:
Hi all,
I played a casual game many years ago. It was somewhat of a puzzle game, sorta like clue-ish. your in a make shift house. in the beginning the house is small, but as you progress, the house gets more rooms. Game comprises of matching items to eliminate them. after which, there is a final pieces that solves the mystery. I know the game realy well, but cant remember the name of it. I know its very old, as a few years ago(when I DID! remember the name) I went on a hunt and found it quite difficult to find, so now I am sure it is even harder. I'm thinking BFG might have it, Any guesses? Thanks!!

edit:
found a rip-off of it.
A Series of Unfortunate Events (can find on bfg)
this is an UGLY copy of it, but the game is exactly like that, with better gfx and game play

found it (duckduckgo to the rescue LOL)
INSPECTOR PARKER!!

There was a computer game I used to play on the late 90s early 2000s.

You played against another player, there were planets of different sizes which created gravitational pull as you shot at your opponent. Depending on how close you came to the planets, the route of the shot would shift. You were able to hide behind the planetary objects to make it harder to be hit.

Any ideas?

There was a computer game I used to play on the late 90s early 2000s.

You played against another player, there were planets of different sizes which created gravitational pull as you shot at your opponent. Depending on how close you came to the planets, the route of the shot would shift. You were able to hide behind the planetary objects to make it harder to be hit.

Any ideas?

Hello guys.
Still searching for a old PC game. It was breakout,arkanoid type game. There was this yellow ball who hit bricks and there was multiple powerups. One of them was that ball starts flashing in different colors and it has sunglasses on and it destroys every brick thats in its way. You could play with a friend too, with the same keyboard 1v1. Soundtrack was weird,one of the songs i believe sounded like - Excalibur, i swear it or something like that.
I really hope you can help me on this one.

Hey there! I'm trying to remember two old games I played in like 2001 (both games where probably made between 1990-2000). One was an Egyptian themed point and click where there was a group of kids/teens. You solved puzzles and what not.
The other I remember a lot less of but I remember a jungle-ish setting, there were simple puzzles and coloring things. I also remember something with a cheetah? And maybe a tree house? It must have been a free game though, because my grandpa wouldn't have bought a game back then.
I was maybe 5 when I played both of them and they were definitely made for kids. I'm just curious what these games were and maybe want to try them out again. Thanks if anyone can help!

Silverflare07:
I am so happy to find this thread! There's a game I remember playing back in middle school, so sometime in the early 2000s, and I believe it was either on the PlayStation 1 or 2. The main character's name was Virgil -I'm fairly certain- and he had short brown hair and I think he wore a trench coat. And in the game you kept having mysterious dreams, hearing a mysterious voice and it had something to do with your past (I think you're supposed to be half demon, but I'm not 100% on that). And you had to escort/protect this young woman.

And that's all I've got, but I would love to find it and play it again if I could. Thanks in advance for any and all help!

is it Arcanum?

Inquiring here 2nd hand for my girlfriend, who's been trying to figure out a game she vaguely recalls and has been trying to find for years. Her memory of the details isn't very strong, so some aspects are estimates/approximations, but the details are as follows:

- The game was most likely on the SNES or Sega Genesis, though its possible it was very late NES or early PSX/N64. She literally doesn't remember what she played it on, but based on the time frame, I'm inclined to say it was likely SNES/Genesis though. Its definitely not a PC game.
- Graphically, she says she is pretty sure it was 2D graphics with a top-down visual style, probably not 3D polygons.
- She describes the game as "dark/gothic fantasy". Most of the screenshots from games I show her, she ends up saying were far too colorful (for example, Phantasy Star was too bright/colorful)
- The game had limited or no combat; either there was none, or she didn't get far enough to encounter it
- As she describes it to me, I've hypothesized that it was something of a point and click adventure game, because she says there was a lot of investigation/puzzles and talking to town's people. Either way, it was more of a puzzle/thinking game than a mechanically challenging one, and part of the reason she remembers so little is because they couldn't progress very far.
- A key element that she distinctly remembers is traveling through wells, either to go from one location to another, or perhaps as some sort of teleportation hub. She also says there might have been something like going through mirrors but she's less sure of this.
- She thinks the game had some sort of puzzle elements involving making potions or alchemy

Unfortunately, the key elements that she remembers (the well transit system) don't really lend themselves to google searches, so no matter how much we've searched, we haven't found anything that fits her recollection.

Hello!

I played this game when I was a kid in the early '90s, but most of the memories are pretty detailed, although a bit chaotic. I probably didn't know english enough to know what the plot was about, however.

It was a DOS game with VGA graphics and a 2D top-down view, played in real time. The player was controlling a space ship, travelling through a galaxy on some kind of a quest - talking to people and doing missions. The view was always centered on the space ship. On the right side of the interface there was a panel with a minimap of the closest neighbourhood and info about the ship.

I don't remember if the ship could be controlled by mouse or keyboard only, but I played with keyboard. Left and right arrows were turning the ship, front arrow was accelerating, down arrow was decelerating (not sure if the ship could move backwards). The mouse could be used for other things (to adjust certain things for the ship in the right panel, choose dialog options, etc.).

Some areas (star systems?) were quite far away and you needed hours to get there with the "standard" propulsion or you could use some kind of hyperdrive to get there much, much faster. I am not sure if the hyperdrive was available from the beginning (probably not), but I am sure that it required some kind of fuel and the fuel must have been obtained in some way (by completing a mission probably). The fuel was limited, so you couldn't travel back and forth using hyperdrive forever.

There were also space fights, often with multiple enemies, but some of the fights could be avoided by choosing proper dialog options. I remember that my first enemies (I am not sure if I really needed to fight them, but well, I did ;-) ) had ships which shape and colour reminded me of carrots.

The player's ship was upgradeable (by collecting certain items IIRC). At some point you could get a cloacking device. I don't remember much about the weaponry - I don't remember if there was anything else than default "bullets" in particular. The ship had also some kind of energy-shields. The player could set how much power is redirected into: front, rear, left side and right side shields. The shields could be turned off or on, but I don't remember if they consumed power when they were on or not. When the shields were on, the ship had a glowing rim - white if the shields were very strong, light blue if the shields were strong, blue if the shields were average, dark blue when the shields were low and red (not completely sure about it) when the shields were very low. At the beginning all you could have was low or average shields, but later you could improve them (well, I am not sure if you could improve the shielding device directly or just the power generator, which could just put more power into the shielding). When the ship was hit, the shields were weakened, but their original strength was restored with time.

I think that is pretty much all I remember.

Hello people!
As I can see, this thread is still active and I'm glad because of that! I'm also looking for some games I've played a long time ago and I need your help. The info about game is listed down below:
- System: PC (maybe some other systems too, I'm not sure)
- Year: (Late) 2000s (I think around 2007-2008)
- Genre: "Space Invaders" genre (2D Space Arcade Shooting Single- and 2-player game)
- About (Note: I do not guarantee that all the informations below are 100% correct, there may be something wrong, hope you can still help me): The game had many different levels. On every 8 levels (I think) was a new stage with new enemies you're supposed to shoot (by the way most of the enemies look like some space bugs, worms). The enemies would drop some super powers, like speed, so the spaceship would go faster. There were some skulls with different colors around them and every color does different. Some were helpful but some weren't. I remember some power-up which, if you get it, will bring you into some "bonus level" where you need to avoid asteroids/meteorites and get to the end of it. There was also some thing which if you collect will inverse your controls. I also remember some letters to collect to get a word (e.g. Power) and get an extra life, speed etc.
- There is one more gamemode, pretty similar to the first/main one. You are supposed to shoot those enemies but they're much stronger (they appear in levels 15-20 or maybe even higher) in columns going from left to right, from bottom to top, from bottom left to top right etc. You have much stronger weapon, and I think it was time-limited.
- Additional (Necessary) Info: I'm pretty sure the name was "Warframe" or something like that, but I can't find it.
Well, that's all I could remember! I really hope someone knows what this game is, or where I can find it. Thanks in advance and have a nice day! P.S. Sorry for bad English. :P

gyamar:
Hello!

I played this game when I was a kid in the early '90s, but most of the memories are pretty detailed, although a bit chaotic. I probably didn't know english enough to know what the plot was about, however.

It was a DOS game with VGA graphics and a 2D top-down view, played in real time. The player was controlling a space ship, travelling through a galaxy on some kind of a quest - talking to people and doing missions. The view was always centered on the space ship. On the right side of the interface there was a panel with a minimap of the closest neighbourhood and info about the ship.

I don't remember if the ship could be controlled by mouse or keyboard only, but I played with keyboard. Left and right arrows were turning the ship, front arrow was accelerating, down arrow was decelerating (not sure if the ship could move backwards). The mouse could be used for other things (to adjust certain things for the ship in the right panel, choose dialog options, etc.).

Some areas (star systems?) were quite far away and you needed hours to get there with the "standard" propulsion or you could use some kind of hyperdrive to get there much, much faster. I am not sure if the hyperdrive was available from the beginning (probably not), but I am sure that it required some kind of fuel and the fuel must have been obtained in some way (by completing a mission probably). The fuel was limited, so you couldn't travel back and forth using hyperdrive forever.

There were also space fights, often with multiple enemies, but some of the fights could be avoided by choosing proper dialog options. I remember that my first enemies (I am not sure if I really needed to fight them, but well, I did ;-) ) had ships which shape and colour reminded me of carrots.

The player's ship was upgradeable (by collecting certain items IIRC). At some point you could get a cloacking device. I don't remember much about the weaponry - I don't remember if there was anything else than default "bullets" in particular. The ship had also some kind of energy-shields. The player could set how much power is redirected into: front, rear, left side and right side shields. The shields could be turned off or on, but I don't remember if they consumed power when they were on or not. When the shields were on, the ship had a glowing rim - white if the shields were very strong, light blue if the shields were strong, blue if the shields were average, dark blue when the shields were low and red (not completely sure about it) when the shields were very low. At the beginning all you could have was low or average shields, but later you could improve them (well, I am not sure if you could improve the shielding device directly or just the power generator, which could just put more power into the shielding). When the ship was hit, the shields were weakened, but their original strength was restored with time.

I think that is pretty much all I remember.

This sounds very much to me like the Escape Velocity series. I never played the first one, but I did play Escape Velocity: Override and Escape Velocity: Nova.

The only thing that sounds off to me is the shield-directional thing, there was nothing like that in EV:O or EV:N, but all of the other aspects sound very similar, especially the standard vs hyperdrive propulsion.

Nomanslander:
I remember a double dragon style beat 'em up with swords and street gangs. It was for the NES, no clue what the name of that game is though.

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maybe its the tmnt game idk it was just a long shot

ok so there is a computer game i played a few years ago where you had to collect gold and wood to upgrade a castle and go fight if anyone knows it would be awesome theres also another computergame i played where it looked like you where playing on one of those of those old tvs with the dials idk but if anyonecanhelp it would be awsome!

Leinfors:

gyamar:
Hello!

I played this game when I was a kid in the early '90s, but most of the memories are pretty detailed, although a bit chaotic. I probably didn't know english enough to know what the plot was about, however. (...)

This sounds very much to me like the Escape Velocity series. I never played the first one, but I did play Escape Velocity: Override and Escape Velocity: Nova.

The only thing that sounds off to me is the shield-directional thing, there was nothing like that in EV:O or EV:N, but all of the other aspects sound very similar, especially the standard vs hyperdrive propulsion.

Thanks for the quick response, but unforutnately it is not the game I am looking for. Thr original 'Escape Velocity' was released in 1996, and I played my game in about 1994, it was probably released a few years earlier. Also, our old PC had only 125 MB hard drive, only about 15 MB available to us, kids, so all our games were small size DOS ones.

I have watched a "Let's play Escape Velocity" video - the mechanics are similar indeed, but there are major differences - the right panel was grayish in "my game", the ship was bigger, the reosultion probably lower.

machtwerk:
There was this game I played as a kid, probably early to mid 90s on Windows or DOS. It was a platformer and you played as an animal of some sorts, collecting stuff. What really stuck with me was that after every level you had a certain amount of time where you could fly back and fourth through the level, crushing its building blocks and getting bonus points for doing so. Any idea?

There were probably dozens of those games... Maybe Jazz Jackrabbit?

hello im new here. i remember played this game using windows xp. sorry for bad english. its the worm vs bug game. we can control the worm and its army, each worm have different gun. i remember fighting ants, ant eggs, big ant (4 time the worm size) and some flying ant. this game even have a boss like enemy like ladybug. Anyone have the idea? everytime i search at google what i need is big worms game and its very different.

Ogoid:

ldfranks:
Hi All,

And thank you in advance for any assistance anyone can give me with this.

I am looking for the name of a console game, multiplayer dungeon crawler type in 3rd person looking down on the characters. The character choice screen is underground or indoors, and I think you can only choose from about 3 or 4 different characters, one of which is a male dwarf, no real customization, can't choose gender or anything. There is 1 female choice I think. I also think the heroes, the characters you played, were supposed to be ancient heroes that were brought back to life to help with a problem/crisis and you completed tasks/missions as you progressed through dungeons, but I'm not sure about all of these details.

I believe it was available on either Xbox (before the 360) or PS3, and we played it after 2004 (sorry I can't be more specific then that about those details).

I believe you could collect things found in the dungeon(s), sell them at various points you came upon as you progressed through the areas. I can't remember whether you could upgrade your character or armour but am fairly certain your weapon could be upgraded to some degree.

Thanks for any help that can be provided.

Laura

Bit of a random guess here, but maybe Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance for the Xbox?

Thank you for the suggestion. I am pretty sure I played that one too, but it is not the one I am thinking about. The graphics on the one I'm looking for aren't quite that good. :)

Laura

Please, for the love of god, if anyone could help:

I remember it being a horror/suspense/escape kind of game, that you started on a manhole/sewer exit or something like that. Its a VERY old game, I remember by the graphics, I just don't know which platform. It was first person, you were in some kind of house. The starting point had kind of a medieval aspect of it, with like dungeon stones looking like a prison around that manhole. I remember a glimpse of a long shot in like a desert with someone walking or something like that, maybe you could take a look in a hole between the stones, and the thing I remember the most about the game is the books. There was a library or something, and I think I thought of that game as a kid as "the book game", I think the books played a huge part. Maybe you could examine them or something.

This is not much but I'm sure someone else here played it, because for me, in my country to be able to play that game at the time, probably it had some success, I'm guessing. I tried searching multiple times, "first person horror game" and a console, like Atari, Sega Saturn, etc. No success.

gyamar:

Leinfors:

gyamar:
Hello!

I played this game when I was a kid in the early '90s, but most of the memories are pretty detailed, although a bit chaotic. I probably didn't know english enough to know what the plot was about, however. (...)

This sounds very much to me like the Escape Velocity series. I never played the first one, but I did play Escape Velocity: Override and Escape Velocity: Nova.

The only thing that sounds off to me is the shield-directional thing, there was nothing like that in EV:O or EV:N, but all of the other aspects sound very similar, especially the standard vs hyperdrive propulsion.

Thanks for the quick response, but unforutnately it is not the game I am looking for. Thr original 'Escape Velocity' was released in 1996, and I played my game in about 1994, it was probably released a few years earlier. Also, our old PC had only 125 MB hard drive, only about 15 MB available to us, kids, so all our games were small size DOS ones.

I have watched a "Let's play Escape Velocity" video - the mechanics are similar indeed, but there are major differences - the right panel was grayish in "my game", the ship was bigger, the reosultion probably lower.

That's "Solar Winds" (1993).

Pixelhunter:

gyamar:

Leinfors:

This sounds very much to me like the Escape Velocity series. I never played the first one, but I did play Escape Velocity: Override and Escape Velocity: Nova.

The only thing that sounds off to me is the shield-directional thing, there was nothing like that in EV:O or EV:N, but all of the other aspects sound very similar, especially the standard vs hyperdrive propulsion.

Thanks for the quick response, but unforutnately it is not the game I am looking for. Thr original 'Escape Velocity' was released in 1996, and I played my game in about 1994, it was probably released a few years earlier. Also, our old PC had only 125 MB hard drive, only about 15 MB available to us, kids, so all our games were small size DOS ones.

I have watched a "Let's play Escape Velocity" video - the mechanics are similar indeed, but there are major differences - the right panel was grayish in "my game", the ship was bigger, the reosultion probably lower.

That's "Solar Winds" (1993).

That's it! Thanks a lot!

Hello everyone, i've been looking for the name of an old PC game (late 90s). I can only remember the intro:

It starts off at night on a desert road. The main character (a dark skinned male with an afro wearing a grey suit and sunglasses)'s car is being chased by 2 cars, they fire shots and missiles to the main character's car, then a road end sign appears and the main character jumpps and crashes. He lays down heavily wounded. One of the two enemy cars (yellow w/black stripes) survives and is about to kill the MC but another car jumps and fires a missile at the yellow car. The driver turns out to be a woman. She walks to the main character, reaches her hand to the man, then takes him to her car with background music that sounds like an intro for an adult vid (if you know what i mean), talks with the man and drives away. That's all i can remember, it was a driving / shooting game.

If anyone can recall the name i'd greatly appreciate it. Sorry about the music description but it really is in the game...

Edit: actually found the disk, i'm dumb. It was Interstate '76 Nitro Pack. I'll leave the post if anyone was looking for it as well

Hello everyone. I really need help finding this game due to a friend of mine's current situation. He can't stop having nightmares about the game though it's old so he only remembers bits and pieces. Here are the things he remembers.

When he was 7 years old (now 18) he played this game on xbox. It was an FPS and the most he remembers is there was a part in the game where everything looked apocalyptic, grey and foggy, and on this hill was a cross with this bird like creature nailed to it similar to jesus, crows flying around the creature which then looks up at you while(?) its dead.

It could have just been a small part in a game rather than a big plotline but from the description it seems like a horror. He said he played it on Xbox. His therapist has been asking him to find out what the game is for a while now, trying to find the root of his night terrors.

Thank you and please let me know if you find anything out. If I don't see what's on here for whatever reason please email me at [email protected].

gyamar:

machtwerk:
There was this game I played as a kid, probably early to mid 90s on Windows or DOS. It was a platformer and you played as an animal of some sorts, collecting stuff. What really stuck with me was that after every level you had a certain amount of time where you could fly back and fourth through the level, crushing its building blocks and getting bonus points for doing so. Any idea?

There were probably dozens of those games... Maybe Jazz Jackrabbit?

gyamar:

machtwerk:
There was this game I played as a kid, probably early to mid 90s on Windows or DOS. It was a platformer and you played as an animal of some sorts, collecting stuff. What really stuck with me was that after every level you had a certain amount of time where you could fly back and fourth through the level, crushing its building blocks and getting bonus points for doing so. Any idea?

There were probably dozens of those games... Maybe Jazz Jackrabbit?

That might just be it, name definitely rings a bell. I'll check it out as soon as I'm back home, thanks a lot!

hello everyone.
So here are 2 games that I have been trying to remember by name.

1.
This game is about a teenage boy who gets picked out to be the next secret agent or some sort. It's an old school game mostly point and click with puzzles to solve. What I remember from the game is that you have to find a way out of a camp and trap this sergeant to proof yourself.

2.
This game is totally different but from the same time as the above. You play as female who needs to save the world or something? It plays in a steampunk kinda era and you are accompanied by a guy with sunglasses and a Mohawk and with your best pal the robot dog. It's also point and click but with combat and more 3d feeling.

Think you guys can help me out here?

missalleenius:
Hello everyone. I really need help finding this game due to a friend of mine's current situation. He can't stop having nightmares about the game though it's old so he only remembers bits and pieces. Here are the things he remembers.

When he was 7 years old (now 18) he played this game on xbox. It was an FPS and the most he remembers is there was a part in the game where everything looked apocalyptic, grey and foggy, and on this hill was a cross with this bird like creature nailed to it similar to jesus, crows flying around the creature which then looks up at you while(?) its dead.

It could have just been a small part in a game rather than a big plotline but from the description it seems like a horror. He said he played it on Xbox. His therapist has been asking him to find out what the game is for a while now, trying to find the root of his night terrors.

Thank you and please let me know if you find anything out. If I don't see what's on here for whatever reason please email me at [email protected].

I think he's remembering Pestilence from The Darkness (he comes up around 1:34:35 in the video I linked, and there's some low-quality screenshots here and here). Hope this can help with the nightmares. :x

So me and my mom are trying to remember this game which was for what I assume is the original Xbox
It was a multiplayer game and the characters had swords
For some reason I remember it being somewhat oriental?
And for the most part the atmosphere was really foggy, like this was a prominent characteristic in my head and I don't know why... this description is so vague, if I remember anything else I'll be back.

Lillyvanilly:
hello everyone.
So here are 2 games that I have been trying to remember by name.

1.
This game is about a teenage boy who gets picked out to be the next secret agent or some sort. It's an old school game mostly point and click with puzzles to solve. What I remember from the game is that you have to find a way out of a camp and trap this sergeant to proof yourself.

2.
This game is totally different but from the same time as the above. You play as female who needs to save the world or something? It plays in a steampunk kinda era and you are accompanied by a guy with sunglasses and a Mohawk and with your best pal the robot dog. It's also point and click but with combat and more 3d feeling.

Think you guys can help me out here?

Not sure about the first game, but the second is probably Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator.

Lillyvanilly:
1.
This game is about a teenage boy who gets picked out to be the next secret agent or some sort. It's an old school game mostly point and click with puzzles to solve. What I remember from the game is that you have to find a way out of a camp and trap this sergeant to proof yourself.

Probably Teenagent. =)

kazer14:
Okay, I'm looking for a game (probably from the early to mid 2000s), it stared a (I think) green man, who was always in a squatted position, I am fairly certain that he wore a brown (or green) tunic and goggles (although that might just be my bad memory) what I can remember 100% is that the game is 2D, the character had a very long tongue that was used for platforming/collecting the objects in game, and I *think* his name began with the letter "G" and that the title of the game had something to do with "Legend" or "The Legend of -----" I used to play it all the time on my dads PC, although I am unsure whether it was for Windows or Linux.

The closest I can think of is Gex.

Hey, so I'm looking for a particularly old title. This was a Nintendo DS role play game. All I remember largely is that it starts in a Chinese setting with a woman walking around and she encounters a dragon that she fights which she falls victim to said dragon and gets kidnapped. Her friend (I assume) learns of this kidnapping and goes after her, trying to bring her back and stop that dragon.

Hopefully someone can ID the game. Thanks!

Hello everyone. I've been searching for this game for days but found absolutely nothing at all.

It's a pc game that had pretty good graphics for that time. I remember playing it like 9-10 years ago, it's 3D 3rd person but more of a plane view (the camera was more above the head rather than behind it, so the characters looked smaller than usual), where a guy kills I would say pirates or ghosts (I really can't remember, maybe neither) with direct combat (not shooting), located on an island with weird places (some weird locations I really can't describe), and eventually you take a ship and sail through dark and scary tunnels with lots of ghosts that you have to get through while sailing, then you land on another weird island and continue the process.

From the gameplay, I remember you can summon like 3 ghosts to aid you, and another really cool thing where when you have the capability as a character you can hit the ground with the hammer or summon thunder-like powers to take down multiple enemies as once.

I hope someone can help me. Thank you.

WashclothRepairman:
Reposting this:

Mid '90s DOS game, got a shareware version on a PCGamer CD back when a single CD had like 20 demos on it. I'm going to guess the demo was '96 or possibly '97.

Gulf war themed (it is NOT Desert Strike, that's what I thought at first too). Top down view (I think), not isometric. You can play as a helicopter or a tank and can spend money to buy weapons or upgrade your vehicle. Action shoot 'em up. You need to land your helicopter and pick up POWs and bring them back to safety.

Please to be naming the game I'm thinking of, por favor. Been driving me crazy.

Are you sure it was top-down. If it was side-ways on it could be Cobra Gunship?

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