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

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Vendude:
I just randomly rwmembered this game and it keeps bugging me. All i remember is that it might an rpg for the ps2, and in the beginning you fall into some church building and meet a girl in there. The city its in is like a slummy dark place and some kid steals something from you in a market and you have to find him by asking the other kids where he went. Thats all i remember

I doubt highly this is it, but you're not talking about Final Fantasy VII, are you?

Hello. I've played about 4h of a game in an internet cafe arround 2008.
- the game was for pc and i've played something in single player
- the game was a 3rd person medieval magic
- you controlled a hero and was able to hire other units: i remember an orc and something like a giant eye - it reasembles a little the Overlord game but the units were different
- the starting zone was a red desert: it looked almost as Hellfire Peninsula or Outlands in the WoW
- the starting safe-zone was something like an gate or a obleisk or a temple that was dark stone
That's all i can remember. Hope someone will be able to help.

Hi everyone. I am going insane trying to remember an old kids PC game I used to play, from the late 90s or early 000s. I seem to remember the goal was to help a community of animals to put on a musical performance (or something similar). There were tasks involved, like sorting animals on a conveyer belt (overseen by some sort of animal with a southern accent), doing something in a french skunk/raccoon's art gallery, sorting coins in a costume shop, and playing back a piano tune in some other animal's music studio- among other things. All very vague but this is all I can remember. I am positive you played as some sort of animal character, but I've no idea what. So far have uncovered zero on the internet, so any help would be appreciated! Cheers.

KaiYLowell:

Vendude:
I just randomly rwmembered this game and it keeps bugging me. All i remember is that it might an rpg for the ps2, and in the beginning you fall into some church building and meet a girl in there. The city its in is like a slummy dark place and some kid steals something from you in a market and you have to find him by asking the other kids where he went. Thats all i remember

I doubt highly this is it, but you're not talking about Final Fantasy VII, are you?

It looked better than VII but i still felt it was a FF game. Turns out it was FF crisis core.

Hello,

I remember playing an old game where you explored a cave system, where the main goal was to survive and find the dragon lair with a lot of treasure. You had to create settlements underground for water, housing etc. The game started of on a "movie shooting set" where you somehow ended up digging underground into a cave system, fightning creatures and even other cave people I remember. Surviving.

"The Cave" game has pretty much the same scenary and style, shot from 2D perspective, but this game is older and you had to manage your "settlements" underground to keep everyone alive and able to fight of creatures.

Year 2000-2010 i believe it was.

Syo:
Hello,

I remember playing an old game where you explored a cave system, where the main goal was to survive and find the dragon lair with a lot of treasure. You had to create settlements underground for water, housing etc. The game started of on a "movie shooting set" where you somehow ended up digging underground into a cave system, fightning creatures and even other cave people I remember. Surviving.

"The Cave" game has pretty much the same scenary and style, shot from 2D perspective, but this game is older and you had to manage your "settlements" underground to keep everyone alive and able to fight of creatures.

Year 2000-2010 i believe it was.

It sounded really familiar..Found this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diggles:_The_Myth_of_Fenris
Is this the one?

*EDIT*
https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/diggles-the-myth-of-fenris
Moby games link for screenshots!

Vendor-Lazarus:

Syo:
Hello,

I remember playing an old game where you explored a cave system, where the main goal was to survive and find the dragon lair with a lot of treasure. You had to create settlements underground for water, housing etc. The game started of on a "movie shooting set" where you somehow ended up digging underground into a cave system, fightning creatures and even other cave people I remember. Surviving.

"The Cave" game has pretty much the same scenary and style, shot from 2D perspective, but this game is older and you had to manage your "settlements" underground to keep everyone alive and able to fight of creatures.

Year 2000-2010 i believe it was.

It sounded really familiar..Found this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diggles:_The_Myth_of_Fenris
Is this the one?

*EDIT*
https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/diggles-the-myth-of-fenris
Moby games link for screenshots!

Lovely, that is the game I am looking for.

Been trying to google this game from time to time through out the years, with no positive results.

Thanks for quick reply! +1

Hello, I am looking for a name of a game, I don't really know much about it but... it's a space game and you can get bigger spaceships and you can get different weapons and you have to go into a dungeon like battle ground to beat little bosses to get to the boss to get better weapons, I think he shoots beams and (deploys little spaceships?), you can also have little bots added to your ship and I only know the healing one and I think they have Common, rare and something else along that line. I think also you can have specials, I think one is invisible, shield and speed. The raid or something like that in the game is called the ARK.

I remember a PC game in the 90s where you flew between a few planets and landed at outposts or beacons, talking to people to investigate something, like the rise in dark light. You were part of a 5 person team, single player, where you could equip and train your members, with steel mesh, gauss rifles, other types of armor and weapons. You eventually get skills in the opposite of dark light and you would run into groups of bad guys as you gather clues, where your team fought the bad guys man to man. At one point, you find a beacon to a weapon store called Guns R Us. I've been searching to find the name of this game. It is possible it ran of the Radio Shack Color Computer, instead of the PC. Any ideas?

Okay, I figured it out.

It was Sentinel Worlds I: Future Magic
from Electronic Arts in 1988, for MS-DOS and Commodore-64

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentinel_Worlds_I:_Future_Magic

i have a game that i can remember vaugley. your this blue duck or animal and you have to go through different stages where you have to dodge, fight and kill weird enemies. one stage you have to figth those hawain stone statues or totem things. And another stage where you have to fight a pair of legs wearing red heels.

can someone help me out please.

i remember a game vaugely.
your this blue animal, maybe a duck, and you have to go through several stages fighting or dodging weird enemies. In one stage i remember you have fight these hawain totem statue things. and in another stage you have to fight a pair of legs that wear red heels.

could someone help me out

Charlie Gripton:
i remember a game vaugely.
your this blue animal, maybe a duck, and you have to go through several stages fighting or dodging weird enemies. In one stage i remember you have fight these hawain totem statue things. and in another stage you have to fight a pair of legs that wear red heels.

I'd imagine that was one of the Parodius games, where you can play as a blue penguin and have to fight several Moai (the stone heads from Easter Island). =)

Hello everyone,
I dont know if this game is already on here, but I randomly got a flashback to this game and I cant find it.
It was a game I played back in primary school, around 2007-2008. It was a 2D point and click game, closest being to Freddy Fish, PutPut etc. As far as I know in the game you played as a green creature (i think a dino or a crocodile) and you had to collect parts for a pinball machine. I think the game started with a animated intro in which you start in a house and then go through some tunnel. In the end you would sit with all the characters around a campfire. You could play pinball afterwards, but the main focus off the game was to build that pinball machine.
We used to call the game "Hullie(s)" but thats most likely to be completely random.

Thanks in advance!

xcersion:
Hello everyone,
I dont know if this game is already on here, but I randomly got a flashback to this game and I cant find it.
It was a game I played back in primary school, around 2007-2008. It was a 2D point and click game, closest being to Freddy Fish, PutPut etc. As far as I know in the game you played as a green creature (i think a dino or a crocodile) and you had to collect parts for a pinball machine. I think the game started with a animated intro in which you start in a house and then go through some tunnel. In the end you would sit with all the characters around a campfire. You could play pinball afterwards, but the main focus off the game was to build that pinball machine.
We used to call the game "Hullie(s)" but thats most likely to be completely random.

Thanks in advance!

That is probably Huggly Saves the Turtles: Thinking Adventures.

I dunno if anyone's on this thread anymore, but there are games that I just can't remember, it's been annoying me for the longest time.

The first game is kinda dark themed, I think it was on the PS1. I remember one of the stages was platforms to jump up onto, it was purple and the character you played as was a grey fox or something and there were bats. I think he used a boomerang as a weapon? It sounded like it might be sly cooper, but that's not it.

The other one is a fighting game for the PS1 I believe. I remember one girl had a really cool spinning leg attack and one of the places it took place in was a mall? And it had a fountain. I don't remember if this thing was a part of this game, but I remember a fighting minigame where you'd be collecting chicks? Yellow chicks and other things.

Thanks so much.

Hi everyone!

I was looking for a game i played a long time ago, and tried searching everywhere for it and sadly never found it, i was hoping some of you guys could help me,
form what i remember of the game (which isn't much) it was:
-in 3rd person and i think you could also change it to 1st
-you started in a flying ship, sort of a cargo helicopter
-you could control 4 characters
-in the start you choosed one and jump out of the ship
-the first level was in an island

Thanks!

Vendude:

KaiYLowell:

Vendude:
I just randomly rwmembered this game and it keeps bugging me. All i remember is that it might an rpg for the ps2, and in the beginning you fall into some church building and meet a girl in there. The city its in is like a slummy dark place and some kid steals something from you in a market and you have to find him by asking the other kids where he went. Thats all i remember

I doubt highly this is it, but you're not talking about Final Fantasy VII, are you?

It looked better than VII but i still felt it was a FF game. Turns out it was FF crisis core.

That was going to be my next guess - I haven't played Crisis Core in ages and forgot that's part of it. Glad you found it!

Hello, I am looking for a game that I used to play about 16 years ago. All I can remember is that it was a basketball game that you could fight and throw stuff at each other, it had skateboards and the hoops would fall off sometimes and you could throw them back up. I don't remember if it was on PC or PS1/ Dendy Console

There is an old game I use to play back in the 90's that I thought was called the search for the big bang but when I google it nothing comes up from what I remember is you start out in space and nearby is a planet when you land on it and get out there is an alien that gives you a currency called a cred and asks you to some kind of meat at a butcher and not to get it at a space station nearby. Just to test it out I went to the space station and not the butcher and got the meat. went back to the alien and the alien knew I went to the space station and got a game over screen. So started over and this time went to the butcher to get the meat and got an item from the alien.i'm probably butchering the name of the meat but it was called marfulo meat

There is an old game I used to play as a kid. Probably 10-15 years ago now. I cant remember the name for the life of me but I remember I enjoyed it a lot. From what I can remember (which isn't a lot) its an RPG free roamer which you can turn into different creatures. I think you start out doing some training etc and I know you can travel around on ships etc. I think the first part you start on an island, you can then go into a void type thing later in the game to either chose/upgrade your transformations. Any ideas or help would be great! Ive toyed with what platform it would be on but I have no clue. From memory the graphics seem to be newer than ps2 so maybe original xbox? Only ever played xbox since ps2.

Thanks in advance!

Hi everyone, i am bad at description but i will try. I am looking for the name of an online game. Each level had castles dotted about and you had to send balloons from your base which continued to make balloons to try and take another castle before the enemy sent his balloons and took them. If your and the enemy balloons collided in mid-flight then if your balloons were of higher value then it would wipe out the enemy ones. The game was won when you had control of all the castles, the early levels were just red and blue balloons but higher levels were yellow too.

Please help me remember this game.

Hey guys! Really holding my fingers here!
It's a flash game that I played with my brother as a little girl, it's turn-based and it had wizards fighting aliens,

the aliens gradually got stronger and the backgrounds changed,
it had 2 players in it, one was a boy with a sword and one was a girl with a wand,
it had sort of anime-style graphics,
mouse controlled, and you could make the girls boobs jiggle with the mouse

Any idea of anything that sounds like that? 😁

Bruno Fiss:
I've been trying to find this game for months and can't for the life of me.

This PC game is most likely from 1996-2003. I believe it's classified as a Western RPG, or perhaps RPG/Adventure. When in a mission, you see the characters from a birds-eye view. You control mages and warriors, and you can see what kind of armor/robe they are wearing. The opening is nice, kinda of long, and it revolves for a bit around a tower (probably where the bad things started happening(. I believe you are the apprentice of a great magician, and he is killed, so you head off with the mission of finding more about what's happening and putting an end to it. There's a lot of bad activity, goblins, orcs and trolls are more active than usual.

A BIG SPOILER, so please ignore this if you don't want a spoiler, is that, in the end, everything is happening because someone opened a portal to another dimension, and a really powerful and evil being came through and was holding the portal open. Perhaps the person who originally opened it didn't have bad intentions. To finish things you kill off that monster and I guess the portal is sealed. END OF SPOILER

There were a lot of nice cutscenes. I remember one where you'd find a sword, I think it was inside a coffin.

Between missions, you'd go to a town. In this town you could go to the tavern to get new missions or hire mercenaries, there was a separate building where you could train your spell-casting skill, and another place to up your fighting skills, and also a shop where you could buy equipment. The equipment list would increase after every mission, and the list became huge, with super amazing and expensive items. The mercenaries you could hire in the tavern could be seen wearing the equipment, which would also upgrade with every mission, often ending up better than the one your main party had (since the newer and best equipment was so expensive).

In the town view, I believe you wouldn't see your character walking around, but you'd rather just click the building and you'd go into the building automatically. The places would be highlighted when you hovered over them.

If you tried to leave town without having found a mission, the guards next to the gate would cross their weapons and say: it's not right to leave town without a mission to complete.

There was a lot of narration in the game, at least in town, almost all your interactions would prompt shop owners/tavern folks to say something. When talking to people in the tavern, they'd often have longer stories they'd tell, and they'd be narrated (I think they were also written out so you could read them on screen as well).

When you hired mercenaries and went on a mission, I think they would just follow you and help you, but you couldn't explicitly open their inventory or make them do things like the main characters. I could be wrong, though.

Shot in the dark here, if you're even watching. Rage of Mages. Found this after forgetting myself and then scouring the internet and it sounds like what you're describing.

Played this game around 12-13 years ago, around 2004/2005. I guess it was a jrpg, it was some sort of rpg at least. It was on an internet game site but I don't remember if it was flash or something else. I played it once at a friends house and never found it again.

You played as two men going through a castle and fighting a dragon at the end (that was the tutorial level) but after they defeat him it turns out they were only two boys playing make-believe. Their mom calls them in for dinner and afterwards the game skips a bunch of years to where they're about to graduate from some fighting academy and as a final exam they go out to clear out some bandits out of a cave. The party consisted of the two boys from earlier (now around 15-20 years of age), a girl (love interest) and a really mean brute that noone liked (but I think he still fancied the girl).

They enter the cave, encountering the bandit guard. You had the option of convincing him to leave and therefore not having to battle him but if you failed he attacked the party. They then enter the lair and meet and defeat the bandit leader (I think). The party wants to take him in alive but the brute kills him and clearly enjoys it. This makes the girl lash out at the brute, killing him in the process. The remaining three exit the cave and return, all graduating from the academy.

I sort of remember them getting some kind of mission after graduating. I think it was something about defeating an ice witch or something like that, I'm pretty sure it was some sort of evil female magic user. I didn't really get any further so I don't remember anything more.

Dalyor:
Played this game around 12-13 years ago, around 2004/2005. I guess it was a jrpg, it was some sort of rpg at least. It was on an internet game site but I don't remember if it was flash or something else. I played it once at a friends house and never found it again.

You played as two men going through a castle and fighting a dragon at the end (that was the tutorial level) but after they defeat him it turns out they were only two boys playing make-believe. Their mom calls them in for dinner and afterwards the game skips a bunch of years to where they're about to graduate from some fighting academy and as a final exam they go out to clear out some bandits out of a cave. The party consisted of the two boys from earlier (now around 15-20 years of age), a girl (love interest) and a really mean brute that noone liked (but I think he still fancied the girl).

They enter the cave, encountering the bandit guard. You had the option of convincing him to leave and therefore not having to battle him but if you failed he attacked the party. They then enter the lair and meet and defeat the bandit leader (I think). The party wants to take him in alive but the brute kills him and clearly enjoys it. This makes the girl lash out at the brute, killing him in the process. The remaining three exit the cave and return, all graduating from the academy.

I sort of remember them getting some kind of mission after graduating. I think it was something about defeating an ice witch or something like that, I'm pretty sure it was some sort of evil female magic user. I didn't really get any further so I don't remember anything more.

That is probably MARDEK.

Hi. It is me again. Just came by to ask that if anyone has any info on online games that are LIKE Dark Swords (NOT Dark Souls) to please message me personally since I don't check this forum often. Thank you.
Also in this game you can choose a male or female avatar. For the rest of the description that I can remember, please see my other posts. Thanx. Oh yeah. 1 more thing. Every time I start thinking "today is the day that I am going to find that GOD DAMNED GAME" and I go looking for it and I can't/don't find it I get REALLY depressed and pissed off and start thinking "I'm NEVER gonna find it!!!!!!!" then I get even MORE pissed off and depressed so if ANYONE has the remotest inkling of an idea PLEASE HELP MEEEEEEEE!

Hi, I'm looking for an older (2000+ ?) game, sci-fi top-down shooter. A bit similar to let's say Crimsonland or such. Waves of enemies crashing on you, sometimes under the walls, sometimes with turrets that can be manned by you, sometimes even different items. The name itself was depressing and overpowered, something maybe like Plutonia III or Devastation III - yes, and the name had the "III" in it, but I don't think there was first and second part to the series. I don't think it was a series, I think the name was meant to be sort of ambient this way.

The game menu, story, sound, all was done in a very soldier-like and sci-fi way. Steel and crashing sounds. The missions were often impossible to beat - until you found the approach to each and every mission. Sounds like a frustrating game, but it wasn't. A] Killing often Alien-looking creatures en mass was pretty fun even when dying a lot B] back then games were often really hard, we were used to it C] once you found the approach to the mission the mission became "only pretty hard" and not impossible.

Anyone remembers this forgotten gem?

RelativityMan:

Dalyor:
Played this game around 12-13 years ago, around 2004/2005. I guess it was a jrpg, it was some sort of rpg at least. It was on an internet game site but I don't remember if it was flash or something else. I played it once at a friends house and never found it again.

You played as two men going through a castle and fighting a dragon at the end (that was the tutorial level) but after they defeat him it turns out they were only two boys playing make-believe. Their mom calls them in for dinner and afterwards the game skips a bunch of years to where they're about to graduate from some fighting academy and as a final exam they go out to clear out some bandits out of a cave. The party consisted of the two boys from earlier (now around 15-20 years of age), a girl (love interest) and a really mean brute that noone liked (but I think he still fancied the girl).

They enter the cave, encountering the bandit guard. You had the option of convincing him to leave and therefore not having to battle him but if you failed he attacked the party. They then enter the lair and meet and defeat the bandit leader (I think). The party wants to take him in alive but the brute kills him and clearly enjoys it. This makes the girl lash out at the brute, killing him in the process. The remaining three exit the cave and return, all graduating from the academy.

I sort of remember them getting some kind of mission after graduating. I think it was something about defeating an ice witch or something like that, I'm pretty sure it was some sort of evil female magic user. I didn't really get any further so I don't remember anything more.

That is probably MARDEK.

Thank you so much! You've solved a decade long mystery. Finally my mind is at a rest and I don't have to regularly be frustrated about that game I could never find, I can just play it instead (even though the art style wasn't as good as I remembered it).

Hello.
Can you help me remember the old top view game?
It is top view and starts after maybe some car accident - you are a man (the police I think), you have a pistol. You are in a city. I think first puzzle was to shoot some gas tank to get on.
I think you have life bars and mana bars - later in the game you will find cards - those are spells - first is light- Then you get card with some pink laser spell -weapon. But maybe the best indicator: later in the game you are in the sunny city - there is an old man, church and the graveyard -and on the graveyard you have to solve the puzzle - get down all the gravestones with women names on it. The old man say it to you as a clue - Lay down the ladies...

So I found this thread by chance while searching for just such a game. I remember playing it around 2000, possibly a couple years before or after. It was for PC, and the theme was something like a death race. It was 3d, or at least what passed for 3d in that era. Between levels, there were real motion videos of a smarmy guy who was supposed to be the host/producer of the show the race was supposed to be a part of. I think I recall him going from egging you on and badgering you about how you were gonna crash to flat out demanding it and/or telling you that its what the viewers wanted.

In 2000 I would have been 10, so I may be miss-remembering some details, but the death race and the existence of the smarmy host RMVs is for sure.

Kaobel:
So I found this thread by chance while searching for just such a game. I remember playing it around 2000, possibly a couple years before or after. It was for PC, and the theme was something like a death race. It was 3d, or at least what passed for 3d in that era. Between levels, there were real motion videos of a smarmy guy who was supposed to be the host/producer of the show the race was supposed to be a part of. I think I recall him going from egging you on and badgering you about how you were gonna crash to flat out demanding it and/or telling you that its what the viewers wanted.

In 2000 I would have been 10, so I may be miss-remembering some details, but the death race and the existence of the smarmy host RMVs is for sure.

Have a look at the Megarace series.

So I can remember a pc game from I believe the late 90's. The few things I remember is that there are knights of all the main colours. The black knight being the final one hardest to kill. The only way to kill him is with a rune. You need to dodge blobs of green poison and jets of fire as you make your way up from the sewers to the top of a tower.

OK this has been bothering me for years....

My parents and I stayed at a Delta hotel when I was little.. like age 6-10. So 1997-2001. The hotel TV had I think a PS1 where you could rent games. I rented this horror game that was incredibly difficult for myself. I couldnt get past the 1st 5 minutes of the game. I remember i controlled a person (3rd person view, i think side scrolly) and I had to open a door and something jumped out of the door and killed me everytime. Like i think it was her dad or something that killed me, or a dog. Yeah a dog i think. Anyway sorry if thats not enough info.

I'm trying to find a game I played a while ago. I think it was ps1 or 2.

I remember it being an action/adventure game where the main character uses an axe thing with a round head. He had a crystal in his head that was the control for a bigger wish-granting crystal (the maguffin). The bad guy had the same crystal in his head, except it was dead. IIRC the game ends with him using the bigger crystal to bring someone back to life.

What was it?

Arcade game I played somewhere around '80 or '81. Space-based. Rocket ship flying horizontally to the right, spitting "bullets" straight ahead as well as arcing bombs for land-based enemies/structures. Had to shoot enemies while you maneuvered the various obstacles. Controls were: Control stick w/ ball on top & buttons on the panel.

Bill

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