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

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so in the late 90s early 2000's i was playing this game on the pc. it could have been on an emulator but i don't remember. you are playing as a boy with spiky hair (i know that's all of them) your grandpa or maybe dad was a robot builder. he gives you a robot i think it was blue. the game was top down and your robot did the fighting for you. you eventually get more robots to fight with. on the fighting screen when you used an item you the spiky hared boy would run onto the screen and throw the item and they run away. i remember having to combine items like scrap metal and old weapons to make better ones. i also remember there was a hunted house at one point.

Pixelhunter:

Kravix:
I asked a question 2 years ago, but guess I need to refresh the question. x)

1. First game was kinda similar to the "Restricted Area" game but in early-mid 3d graphics and the camera was locked on top of the area, while your character (Black suited female with long brown hair I think) was moving around, also aiming with guns was by WASD not mouse crosshair. From what I remember in demo version the city was in round shape and the player couldn't leave the city due to barricade (Demo version).

2. Second game is just a scrap in memory, it was very similar to StarCraft graphics but slightly worse. The only this I remember that I was controling some kind of dragonfly-shaped plane and then landed in a jungle and changed into other mechanical insect.

Those are the last 2 games I need to fill my list of childhood games.

Are you certain the first game didn't have mouse-aiming?
Otherwise I guess it would be "Meat Puppet" (1997). But maybe I will remember another female lead in black.

Im almost sure it was WASD aiming and was in early 3D graphics. By similar to "Restricted Area" I was reffering to atmosphere and city-look (Kinda dark futuristic). Also, camera was locked on area and your character could move around without moving camera, that's what I remember most (I think).

Hello everyone. I remember playing a 3D platformer-like game on my PC. It was, like, before 2009, I guess. The main character was a some kind of elf, with the forest HUB (With some platforms on trees). Then, there was some 3D shoot-em-up sections with huge tunnels. And tunnels was in magma theme, ice theme, forest theme, etc.
Does anyone know that game?|

(sorry for bad grammar, btw)

ninjafrog233:
so in the late 90s early 2000's i was playing this game on the pc. it could have been on an emulator but i don't remember. you are playing as a boy with spiky hair (i know that's all of them) your grandpa or maybe dad was a robot builder. he gives you a robot i think it was blue. the game was top down and your robot did the fighting for you. you eventually get more robots to fight with. on the fighting screen when you used an item you the spiky hared boy would run onto the screen and throw the item and they run away. i remember having to combine items like scrap metal and old weapons to make better ones. i also remember there was a hunted house at one point.

Could it have been Robopon or Robopon 2? Or possibly even Robotrek?

yup robotrek that is it. thank you very much.

Hello, i remember playing a game on playstation 1 or 2, cant fully remember. but i do remember you wake up in some facility and need to escape, its full of lasers you have to get past and some kind of robots. It was third person i believe, and i think there were cameras you had to avoid or the screen would go black if they spotted you i think. Thats really all i remember, any help would be awesome! :) I do remember the cover art being mostly black i think, unless im mixing up 2 games.

Midwoka:

rpelkey13:
*snip*

Pretty sure that's Super Solvers: Mission T.H.I.N.K. =)

You are amazing, I hope you know that. Now I just need to find a download and waste a weekend.

Pixelhunter:

cj49play:
(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.

That's "Out of Order" (2003).

OMG thank you so much

Yeah, when I was really young I would play this video game with my cousin and I want to see if I can get it but the problem is I don't remember the video games name. You see the game was cool and very special to me and that's why I really want to know what it is so I came here to see if anyone knows what it is. The game was about Robot dinosaurs and you can fight other prehistoric dinos like a Trex and mammoth. I think it was on the Xbox but I'm not sure and it isn't that horizon game neither that app one. Plz, I would appreciate any response.

I don't expect anyone to know but I've been dying to find out what this game is off of what I know. " It is an iOS game from what I'd like to say. Around 2010-2012 it was where you could level up your helmet armor and sword separately, and you could fight ai and get better loot. You could also make buildings that got you gold kinda like coc, and you could get more land. Hope this helps and someone finds out what I'm talking about. Thanks!

I'm trying to remember a game I used to play on PSX/PlayStation 1 console.
It was 4 players, red, blue, green, and yellow. I believe you set traps to try and get the other players to die.
Some of the walls if you stepped up to them you could hit a thing on the wall that would turn the entire room and cause the other players to fall with gravity as it was always pointed down.

Helloo Everyone, So I've been feeling really nostalgic lately and thinking about old games I used to play on the old desktop. There was this one game my dad had that was a about running around and picking up guns and shooting against players, possibly AI. It was a sci-fi game in 3d graphics that had certain maps. The weapons were like plasma guns, shotguns, rifles, special pistols that all had different abilities. It's probably from the early to mid 2000's. I believe that you could also select different characters, but this might just be my memory being dumb.

hi, my game is a stickman fighting game where your objective is to save someone kidnapped. there's a level code checkpoint system, and one of the levels near the end you're driving a helicopter through various caves. it's obviously 2d. the end boss has a lot of little sticks and one big stick, and if i recall correctly the girl (or maybe even dog) youre trying to save is in some sort of rainbow vat behind the enemies.

the start is a grassy hill level, followed by kind of a little city with tons of apartments.

there's little cutscenes inbetween each level

i havent been able to find this game in so long, id appreciate the help

Guys there is that game that you play as a man with a cyan hawaiian shirt in an island and in a mission you have to swim to a ship and pick up a gun the charater looks like gta vice city character but with higher resolution i think its an 2000's pc game i dont remember its name but i remember enjoying it, i have been searching for it so much and i could'nt find it ..HELP

Sir.Syn:
Helloo Everyone, So I've been feeling really nostalgic lately and thinking about old games I used to play on the old desktop. There was this one game my dad had that was a about running around and picking up guns and shooting against players, possibly AI. It was a sci-fi game in 3d graphics that had certain maps. The weapons were like plasma guns, shotguns, rifles, special pistols that all had different abilities. It's probably from the early to mid 2000's. I believe that you could also select different characters, but this might just be my memory being dumb.

Is it half-life ?

Kravix:

Pixelhunter:

Kravix:
I asked a question 2 years ago, but guess I need to refresh the question. x)

1. First game was kinda similar to the "Restricted Area" game but in early-mid 3d graphics and the camera was locked on top of the area, while your character (Black suited female with long brown hair I think) was moving around, also aiming with guns was by WASD not mouse crosshair. From what I remember in demo version the city was in round shape and the player couldn't leave the city due to barricade (Demo version).

2. Second game is just a scrap in memory, it was very similar to StarCraft graphics but slightly worse. The only this I remember that I was controling some kind of dragonfly-shaped plane and then landed in a jungle and changed into other mechanical insect.

Those are the last 2 games I need to fill my list of childhood games.

Are you certain the first game didn't have mouse-aiming?
Otherwise I guess it would be "Meat Puppet" (1997). But maybe I will remember another female lead in black.

Im almost sure it was WASD aiming and was in early 3D graphics. By similar to "Restricted Area" I was reffering to atmosphere and city-look (Kinda dark futuristic). Also, camera was locked on area and your character could move around without moving camera, that's what I remember most (I think).

Hmm... "Pax Corpus" (1997) then?

Hello there.

I'm looking for a old Win98 Game.

It's a shooter where you can fly Three diffrents ships

-A red Ship
-A yellow ship
And a blue ship

It's kinda of an arena shooter you have stages , where you find enemy ships , turrets , radars , and you have to destroy them to progress to the next stage (there is also idles buildings you can destroy to gain power-ups)

I do remember you can play it on Cooperative (2 human Players)

And i (think) the main screen kinda looks like this.

https://www.noelshack.com/2018-05-4-1517492973-i-think.png

Black , with a dark blue font and a character in a red suit (sorta)

Thanks you your help.

Pixelhunter:

Kravix:

Pixelhunter:

Are you certain the first game didn't have mouse-aiming?
Otherwise I guess it would be "Meat Puppet" (1997). But maybe I will remember another female lead in black.

Im almost sure it was WASD aiming and was in early 3D graphics. By similar to "Restricted Area" I was reffering to atmosphere and city-look (Kinda dark futuristic). Also, camera was locked on area and your character could move around without moving camera, that's what I remember most (I think).

Hmm... "Pax Corpus" (1997) then?

Definietly closer but still not this ^_^'' the camera was mostly locked on top of the screen angled below, and Graphics were slightly better (Or maybe just my kids memory is making it better). And the female lead was all in black.

platinumsif:
I'm trying to remember a game I used to play on PSX/PlayStation 1 console.
It was 4 players, red, blue, green, and yellow. I believe you set traps to try and get the other players to die.
Some of the walls if you stepped up to them you could hit a thing on the wall that would turn the entire room and cause the other players to fall with gravity as it was always pointed down.

The trap stuff sounds like Trap Gunner, but the gravity stuff makes it more likely Blast Chamber.

I'm looking for a game for the original xbox. It was featured on the Official Xbox Magazine Demo Disc 37, 45, or 50, I don't remember which one. You play as a green dinosaur, there are aliens and some of them have giant forks, when they die they turn to bubbles, and I think the objective was to defeat all of the aliens. Anyone know what game I'm talking about?

this is beyond a long shot but at the end of the nineties/early noughties (in the uk) there was this kids game i'd play and the only details i can remember are super vague but i'd love if anyone had any clue what it was. basically it was a game where there was lots of different activities such as a wood workshop (i remember specifically that when you used a drill there were wood shavings that you had to sweep off) and you'd create various things like toy cars etc. there was also one where you baked cookies using the ingredients it told you to and then decorated them yourself and then fed them to the characters. and there was a game that was like building blocks that fit into the shape of a train. you travelled from each minigame by helicopter, i think.

like i said, long shot but this has been killing me for years. thanks!!

OMG i remember playing this as a kid! i cant remember the name of it but i think it had a toy company name, like builders blah blah or something

Total_Weakness:
I'm looking for a game for the original xbox. It was featured on the Official Xbox Magazine Demo Disc 37, 45, or 50, I don't remember which one. You play as a green dinosaur, there are aliens and some of them have giant forks, when they die they turn to bubbles, and I think the objective was to defeat all of the aliens. Anyone know what game I'm talking about?

That was probably Dino and Aliens.

I've been looking and figuring out what were the names of these 2 games for like a month but no good.

1.It's a game where you control some (yellow eggs) that you make them cut wood or metal and they build bunch of stuff in cabinets. You try to help them reach another point in the map. Sometimes there are monsters that try to eat them, some wild fire in the forest. And the beginning of the game is an Egg the size of their planet if i remember correctly.

2.This game is about a map that is made out of tiles. you control a character (red colored) to make these squared tiles red colored and there are some other characters in the game with other colors (blue, green, yellow) that try to to make these tiles of their own color. you can find some buffs in the map like a gun or a laser? a speed boost and a buff that makes you just move fast and all turn all the connected tiles of the another color into yours. I remember one of the maps to be in a space station.

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.

Marcy Blag:

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?

I think I am looking for this exact same game! I wanna say that it maybe came out of a cereal box or something as a prize, maybe? I know it had multiple endings, I think three, and even as a young child, I knew the mechanics to figuring it out by some early game 'clues' that changed depending on which culprit it was because I played it so much. But other than what you've said, I can't remember anything besides one of the possible culprits being maybe like, a groundskeeper, and that I think it was from somewhere between 1999-2001.

I can't find it anywhere!!!

(If this is even the same game.)

RyRoz:
I've been looking and figuring out what were the names of these 2 games for like a month but no good.

1.It's a game where you control some (yellow eggs) that you make them cut wood or metal and they build bunch of stuff in cabinets. You try to help them reach another point in the map. Sometimes there are monsters that try to eat them, some wild fire in the forest. And the beginning of the game is an Egg the size of their planet if i remember correctly.

2.This game is about a map that is made out of tiles. you control a character (red colored) to make these squared tiles red colored and there are some other characters in the game with other colors (blue, green, yellow) that try to to make these tiles of their own color. you can find some buffs in the map like a gun or a laser? a speed boost and a buff that makes you just move fast and all turn all the connected tiles of the another color into yours. I remember one of the maps to be in a space station.

The first one is probably Planet Blupi.

The second one seems like something I've found before or tripped over while looking at random games, but I can't seem to find it again. If I recall correctly the idea was that you create pylons on a grid, any tile with pylons on all four corners became yours. You could also create units to attack the enemy pylons, defend your own, or build more. I seem to remember it being rudimentary 3d, so it was probably a DOS, Windows 9X, or Macintosh game. Do you remember what you played it on?

HI guys

I try to find an old ps1 game I never had the chance to finish.

All I remember is that you are the pilote of a robot, you have to aim to the target of your choice (only 2 choices the enemy robot or the infantry) before you start the combat you have to choose the troops you brings with you, anti infantry or anti-armor and when you are piloting all you have to do is aiming at the target with a very shaking cross

any one know the game ?

Hi all,
I remember playing a maze or top down game where you have to consume/collect all of the red apples on the screen to complete the level. You're a little guy that moves around, and if you go underneath a block/rock and move downward, the rock squashes you and you die. But if you move across, the block/rock falls and you can keep going. I played this game on Windows (possibly my parent's laptop, but not sure).

Thanks!!

Hello

I think this was a racing game.So my last memory of this game goes like this : i played it on pc year was 2000 or 20001-2004 i think and the game featured robotic characters who had a sphere or ball instead of feet and you would race versus them on an obstacle course,there were also arrow indicators on the map like need for speed or other racing games,when you would jump off an ledge you would quake and distort the ground upon impact.Also i remember two of the levels were called Military Arena and Galaxy arena

Anyone know more info about this game ?

RelativityMan:

The first one is probably Planet Blupi.

The second one seems like something I've found before or tripped over while looking at random games, but I can't seem to find it again. If I recall correctly the idea was that you create pylons on a grid, any tile with pylons on all four corners became yours. You could also create units to attack the enemy pylons, defend your own, or build more. I seem to remember it being rudimentary 3d, so it was probably a DOS, Windows 9X, or Macintosh game. Do you remember what you played it on?

Yes thank you! That's the one!!

I played the second game on pc also.
It was part of some CD that had a lot of demos. Both of these games were included in that CD. The CD's name was "Fun Games" that's why I can't find any of the games I remember playing.

Found the game it's Boktai 2:Solar Boy Django

KaiYLowell:

KiwaH:
I need help to remember the name of a game I was playing in the early 2000s! It was a chat game, similar to club penguin. We could create non-human avatars and chat with strangers. We could walk aroud a fantastic universe. One "chat room" was designed as some kind of hellish dimension... Not sure. Thanks for your help!!

What sort of non-human avatars? Because offhand I want to say perhaps Furcadia, but that might be the wrong general time period.

It was not Furcadia, the Avatar were similar to Neopets. It was probably around 2005-2007

Trying to think of a game but have hardly any memory of the details. Ill try though

On PS or PS2. It is an older game where you started off in a storage room type area. You are like a cop or agent.
One part of the game you have to disarm a bomb that is in the middle of a platform. There are multiple playable characters, one of which is blonde headed.
Possibly on space station,

I think I played this game around 10 years ago, it was a browser game on a website like freeworldgames or kongregate but I don't remember which one. It's a 2d adventure game where you play as an elf or a goblin-like creature with a thin body and a big nose. Don't think there was any fighting involved. I don't remember the objective but in the game you jump around a magical forest and you could do a double jump with a flip. I know it's not much but I've spent so many hours googling vague things like "2d elve magic forest platformer browser game" so I'd be eternally thankful if anyone might know what game I'm talking about.

So my friends and I remember a platfrom or an app that we had on our windows and it had a bunch of pretty low quality silly games but we specifically remember this one game in which you played as an indian guy and you had to catch fish with a spear, the fish were jumping out of the water and there were like pufferfish and such. It was a 2d game we believe and it was very cartoony. We are banging our heads but we can't remember much else.

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