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#13051 Reywoahm
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I played this game one time but I can’t remember what it was. It was a flash game about a robot cube, and I think it was a spy. It had a screwdriver built Into it. And at the beginning of the game you sneak into an air vent. I think I saw it on addictinggames. Does anyone know what this is?

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#13052 SmudgeDevos
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Hey all! So I've been searching for a game myself and my son used to play often. I've been searching for a while but have had no dice at finding it.

I'm unsure of the estimated release date but I'm 90% certain it was pre-2012, the platform was on Windows PC.

The graphics where 3D. During the game you'd move your ships around on a turn-based basis. Moving is on a grid-like basis (Like Chess) and different classes of ships could move faster (Far distances) and slower (short distances). Fog of War was an element in-game, each ship class had a different view range.

There were different classes of ships, Minesweepers, Destroyers, Submarine, Dreadnoughts etc In addition, ammo types and when firing on a enemy there was RNG into account when firing. Each ship had a different number of guns and could only fire if they could rotate to face the enemy. In addition to that, I highly believe there was countries as well that you could select, such as the USA, UK, Germany and Japan.

Each ship additionally, could suffer damage, and if it got extensive enough damage, you'd need to send it to the dry-dock for repairs which put it out of commission for a few games. Plus, you could assign captains to different ships and upgrade ships with things like lifeboats to increase a captain's chance at survival should their ship sink during a game.

The game's ships have funnels like the ones you would see on Titanic (Best I could think of (I know)) as well, so I assume it's based in or around that time-period

Thanks for your help!

To rule out some games, its neither any of the Battle-Fleet games, nor is it a game by Naval-Ops: Commander

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#13054 Mitcar7
Member since 2019 • 2 Posts

I want to know the name of a game I used to play about soldiers. It was likely released before 2007. It was similar to the game Army men. It was an rts. It was probably a gameboy color or advance game, I had an emulator on my pc. One important characteristic of the game I remember is that after each game a cross appeared for every soldier that died. I remember you had a group of about five soldiers per game. Dead enemies or allies would not disappear. They stood out because of how red they looked. You could not use vehicles in the game.

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#13056 Black_Knight_00
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@mitcar7 said:

I want to know the name of a game I used to play about soldiers. It was likely released before 2007. It was similar to the game Army men. It was an rts. It was probably a gameboy color or advance game, I had an emulator on my pc. One important characteristic of the game I remember is that after each game a cross appeared for every soldier that died. I remember you had a group of about five soldiers per game. Dead enemies or allies would not disappear. They stood out because of how red they looked. You could not use vehicles in the game.

Sounds like Cannon Fodder to me.

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#13057 Mitcar7
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@Black_Knight_00: I just looked it up and you’re right!! I did not expect to find this game, I spent hours looking for it. Thanks for helping me find this part of my childhood. Also thanks for the quick response.

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#13058 Staly
Member since 2019 • 1 Posts

Hello all. I tried to get helped in many forums, but with no success, maybe you can help me finding the game:

It was a 2D game. You were steering a space ship on the map shooting each other. The main thing was that you could build your space yourself (from pieces). I remember a yellow ship built from 3 pieces where 2 of them were crescents. I think I played it between 1998 and 2005. It was on Windows. Top-down view like in "Asteroids". There was cosmic space in the background of the map.

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#13059 darG
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This game was from a sky view, 2D (you look at everything from above). You were steering a ship I think, but with a some kind of weapon and your goal was to destroy every alien egg on the map. Now the map was sometimes kind of a labirynth, you had islands and stuff. The eggs were getting bigger and bigger, and if you didn't destroy them fast enough, they hatched, but don't remember what happened then. You probably had to restart the level, but maybe you just had to fight an alien from that egg, don't know. The islands and land had a jungle/tropical forest theme I think. Also sometimes the map was very open, sometimes very closed.

I suppose this game was from 199X, because the graphics were "pixely". I think the age of this game is similar to Hocus Pocus from 1994. It is possible that I played it on MS-DOS or Windows 98; basically an old system.

You installed it from a disc. There was another game on that disc, this time a racing game with 4 cars and desert track. I remember that 2 cars had terrible driving abilities, and 2 others had very good handling abilities. That disc with both of these games were probably added to a gaming magazine or something like that.

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#13060  Edited By Carboy45
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I know you said not to ask more then once but did anyone even see my post?

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#13061 lidomagi
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Don't have many clues to the game but I used to play it like 10 years ago. It was a flash game where each day was progressive and they have this plot of land that is separated into squares which you click to buy to get treasure out of to get stronger and kill(?) enemies. It believe it was a pixelated game or something but the graphics were not impressive.

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#13062 johnpollman
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#13063 johnpollman
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Watching your Skyrim LP got me thinking, maybe I'm Dragonborn rollex casino apk download and I just don't know it yet.

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#13064 Maneswar
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Hey guys, I used to play mobile games on my Nokia 110 java mobile with 128x128 resolution back in 2011, and i played hundreds of games. I wanted to know if some of those games are available now on android or windows. I remember the names of a few and i will try to be specific with game styles.

1) Odyssey 3D

this was a 3D game in which the character is on a planet with 100% water covering the surface and he is a submarine pilot. You go fishing different kinds of creatures and fungus and sell them to upgrade your submarine. Occasionally you will get missions and you may choose to go on these missions to get bounty. Missions were generally defending the cargo of your side or destroying the cargo of enemies and sometimes simply catching some specific sea creature within the time period.

2) Fire Fighter

I am not sure about the name but it was a 2D game in which on a map you will be able to see buildings on fire with danger level. After you select a location you will be on the ground floor of that building with one fire extinguisher in hand and one on your back. Goal is to reach the terrace where the fire is. Flames will travel from top to bottom untill they hit someone. You can jump to dodge the flames or use the fire extinguisher. Floors start to collapse after 2 mins which can be fixed by your fire fighter friends standing outside of the building. Your crew will automatically come through the window from the left side and fix the building or rescue a civillian. They are not immune to the flames. If the flame hits your crew and all your crew members are injured then you have to carry them towards the window on your left and throw them out. Every time you run out of you fire extinguisher, your crew will get you one from the left window.

3)The Tribe

This was a 2D game which was story driven. You control all the characters in this game. The game begins and there are 12 people in game, they come out of the cave after many years and you will assign them tasks to build, populate,collect food, guard the village, train warriors, etc. You will encounter wild animals, fishing is also a source of food. Finally you will have a rival tribe on the opposite side of the map. You need to attack and demolish all their buildings or they will attack and kill your tribe.

4)Village

This game had nothing but a map divided in hexagonal shapes. It had forests swamp, ponds, rocks. You will play the role of a mayor and every 5 year there will be an election, if you did a good job you will be elected again. You can build all types of buildings like house, Inn, fisheries, Hunters Cabin, etc.

5)Street Soccer

3 players on each side, as the name suggests it's a street game so pushing your opponent too much will lead to a brawl and one player will be knocked out. When 2 players of team are knocked out you win the game. Matches are 4 mins long with 2 halves.

These were my favorite games. If you find these games please share.

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#13065 NinjaInPants
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So I'm looking for a game:

-played it like 10+ years ago not too sure

-played it on my first Pc I had which ran windows 7 I believe

-not 100% sure if I downloaded it or if it was a browser game but 99% sure it was downloaded

-was a kind of dungeons and dragons game

-has similarities with baldur's gate

-was a singleplayer game, not sure if offline or online thinking more offline than online

-2D game with the normal rpg perspective from the top with an angle so it was an isometric game I think

-hack and slash kinda game I think

-a few areas with wolves, slimes, skelettons, not sure what else just barely remember it

-had one major city whith like 5 nps which gave you a few quests

-pixel-like graphic but not pixelated if you know what I mean xD

-pretty sure there were no "classes" and there wasn't that much equipment you could choose from

-you controlled one character who was male and you looked at him from third person

-survival, rpg, isometric, 2d, singleplayer, fantasy, not turn-based, adventure game

Hope you guys could help me :D

If there are any questions I will try to specify even more just ask please

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#13066  Edited By Mikanda
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The game I am looking for is one I played more than 4 years ago. I know it was on the PC, I couldn't have played it on anything else, but I don't know if it was on a browser or a flash game.

It was an 3D MMORPG where you would start out by choosing one of two sides, one side being full of swordsmen and archers and the other being full of magic I think. The warrior classes had a single sword swordsman, a dual welding class, and a heavy sword class as far as I can remember, but maybe there were more classes.

The game started out by bringing you to a training ground where there were rabbit monsters that you would kill and level up a little before going to the starter town. There were two starter towns, one for warriors and the other for mages.

I remember that in this game, the warrior and mages were enemies and players of each could attack the other side. There were times when a high leveled Mage group would travel deep into warrior territory towns and kill everyone, I'm guessing the same happened with high leveled warrior groups too.

I also remember there was a monster field when playing as a warrior class. In the field there were these ruins full of ogres, where deeper in there was a boss or stronger mob ogre called... I think the Tinkerer? Or something. Nearby the ogre ruins there was a swamp. Same setup, a type of monster in the swamp with a stronger variant deeper inside it. The monsters in the swamp remind me of Kog'Maw (from League of Legends) but that might not be entirely accurate.

There was once an event where a fast and weak mob would spawn randomly. Killing it sometimes dropped event armor which lasted a limited time but gave you great boosts. Also, the currency in the game would look like crystals when you dropped it onto the ground. Any of this sound familiar?

Sorry I can't say better details, they're really vague memories from a little kid me who didn't pay attention much, and I didn't get far into the game nor did I understand it properly.

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#13067 Stratubas
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Hello, grand gaming masters of the universe.

I've been looking for a PSX / Playstation 1 game for years.

I guess it was released around 1998, judging from other games I remember playing.

It was some kind of battle arena, similar to Unholy War, for example.

You picked up weapons and tried to kill the enemy.

When you picked weapons up, their names were spoken by the "narrator".

The only detail I remember is that one weapon was "marbles". I don't remember how they worked, maybe they slowed the enemy, I'm not sure. I remember the VOICE of the narrator saying "marbles", and that I didn't know what it meant (I was very young, not a native speaker). I also thing that one weapon was "missiles", but I'm not really sure.

Please, help, oh, please!

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#13068  Edited By Black_Knight_00
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@stratubas said:

Hello, grand gaming masters of the universe.

I've been looking for a PSX / Playstation 1 game for years.

I guess it was released around 1998, judging from other games I remember playing.

It was some kind of battle arena, similar to Unholy War, for example.

You picked up weapons and tried to kill the enemy.

When you picked weapons up, their names were spoken by the "narrator".

The only detail I remember is that one weapon was "marbles". I don't remember how they worked, maybe they slowed the enemy, I'm not sure. I remember the VOICE of the narrator saying "marbles", and that I didn't know what it meant (I was very young, not a native speaker). I also thing that one weapon was "missiles", but I'm not really sure.

Please, help, oh, please!

This is intriguing. So to recap: we are looking for a PS1 (100% positively PS1? Definitely not PS2?) 1vs1 3D fighting game with a topdown/isometric angle like Destrega or Powerstone. Is that correct?

Any input on what the characters and the stages looked like? Anything about the plot, cutscenes? Was the game translated or was it in japanese? Was it up to 2 players or 4?

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#13069  Edited By Stratubas
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@Black_Knight_00 said:
@stratubas said:

Hello, grand gaming masters of the universe.

I've been looking for a PSX / Playstation 1 game for years.

I guess it was released around 1998, judging from other games I remember playing.

It was some kind of battle arena, similar to Unholy War, for example.

You picked up weapons and tried to kill the enemy.

When you picked weapons up, their names were spoken by the "narrator".

The only detail I remember is that one weapon was "marbles". I don't remember how they worked, maybe they slowed the enemy, I'm not sure. I remember the VOICE of the narrator saying "marbles", and that I didn't know what it meant (I was very young, not a native speaker). I also thing that one weapon was "missiles", but I'm not really sure.

Please, help, oh, please!

This is intriguing. So to recap: we are looking for a PS1 (100% positively PS1? Definitely not PS2?) 1vs1 3D fighting game with a topdown/isometric angle like Destrega or Powerstone. Is that correct?

Any input on what the characters and the stages looked like? Anything about the plot, cutscenes? Was the game translated or was it in japanese? Was it up to 2 players or 4?

Thanks for helping!

It is 100% PS1 (I've never owned a PS2). I'm not sure if it was 1v1. Maybe it was FFA, like Crash Bash. I played alone, so it's possible that it was only vs AI, or even PvE. It is not impossible that it wasn't a game, but a minigame in a different game.

The camera was similar to the games you mentioned, but the scenery and graphics were more industrial / futuristic, similar to Wild 9. No bright colors.

The voice was in English, but I don't remember any of the texts.

Hey, I remembered something more! You could pick up "shield" (I remember hearing "she-og"). Not an actual shield, but something like armor points, or a force field, I'm not sure.

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#13070  Edited By TheLars444
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So... Well I search this online game I used to play when I was like 9 Years old (2009)

It is a online browser game

I cannot remember alot however it was a war-leading game (The kind where you have to command soldiers/tanks etc.) Well, the goal of each level is to capture the enemy's base. Here are some details:

There are 2 "Armies" you can command (A red one with a Boy with black hair as leader and a White one with a female as leader)

There are 10 (?) levels on each side. (In the first level, when you play as the red army you start in a forest and the white side is attacking in attackwaves) (On the white side, you start the first level with some units in a forest and you have to defeat the red soldier blockades untill you have destroyed the Cruisers/Planes at the end)

The White side has "war-dog" units and "phantom" units (I don't know anymore units) and the red side has Large battle Cruisers/Planes (They look a bit like imperial cruisers from star wars)

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#13071 charlakezzz
Member since 2019 • 2 Posts

Hi, so I've been getting into old online kids games on PC and there's one that I loved when I was younger but I can't remember what it's called. Here's what I remember:

-I think the game was called something like Fantasia or Fantastica or something like that

-It's somewhat similar to games like Club Penguin and Animal Jam

-You're a person who rides around on a floating board

-I remember there being a school, an Uptown and Downtown, a fashion show, some gardens; basically little areas on a map that you can visit

-You could also get little pets and they were in a shed outside your house and there was a yellow cat in front of it.

Thanks a lot! x

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#13072 Carboy45
Member since 2019 • 6 Posts

@charlakezzz:Fantage? yeah sure you mean fantage it has all those things you ride around on hoverboards it's a online game like animal jam and club penguin yes there is and uptown and downtown and fashion store and other stores yes there is a shed but you can get more pets than just a yellow cat so yeah pretty sure you mean fantage you even almost got the name right.

https://www.mmogames.com/game/fantage/

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#13073  Edited By SpaceCat446
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Okay so, I remember playing this game a long time ago on a school ipad, 2006 maybe. The game was multiplayer and you played as a velociraptor with this gun on your back. There were different maps including one that was a castle, a lounge, a lava place, and a really creepy space one where these aliens were on your ship and made the creepiest noise. Each map there was a boss dinosaur you could fight and you could fight each other. In one of the maps you could work with others to trap a T-Rex in a cage and in the lounge map you could jump in this barrel of grapes and earn xp I think. You could change your skin and add accessories. There was also a tutorial map or something like that.

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#13074 Black_Knight_00
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@stratubas said:

It is not impossible that it wasn't a game, but a minigame in a different game.

That's a bit of a problem. I'll ask around in my retrogaming circles.

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#13075 Stratubas
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@Black_Knight_00 said:
@stratubas said:

It is not impossible that it wasn't a game, but a minigame in a different game.

That's a bit of a problem. I'll ask around in my retrogaming circles.

That would be awesome, thanks.

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#13076 charlakezzz
Member since 2019 • 2 Posts

@carboy45: Thank you so much!

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#13077  Edited By Vir_23
Member since 2019 • 1 Posts

Platform(s): PC

Genre: Beat em up / action

Estimated year of release: I remember playing it around 15 years ago, so let the estimated year just be <2005.

Graphics/art style: Pixelated 2d isometric graphics

Isometry, like in Double Dragon, Ninja turtles: Manhattan project and so on

Gameplay mechanics: brutal bloody beat em up, that revolves around 2 attack buttons: punch and kick; and jumping around

World: first, you fight in forests, USA presumably, then i just remember last location, smth like hell and there was a fight in the middle in a subway section

when you move from 1 screen to another - all enemies respawn

Enemies: all enemies are different kinds of humanoids, including bosses: i remember zombies in the beginning. No monsters or anything like it, all enemies are human-like

Fighting: you can fight max 4 enemies at once, when you kill an enemy - 4th will come, then you fight until all enemies die

Safe spots: 1-2 screens with Fast food shops between fighting zones that sell upgrades for your character

Shop items: you get in the shops, buy and eat fastfood there that upgrade or heal you: burgers, soda and so on

There are 3 kinds of items: 1) healing items; 2) items that upgrade your stats: hp, defense, punch, kick; 3) items that give you special moves

Special moves: i remember jumping on heads of enemies; you can snap necks of enemies that try to get up; you can rip off hearts of enemies and eat it (and refill your HP if i remember correctly)

Currency: $, max amount is 99.99$, you can farm it by killing enemies in fighting zones

Music: electronic, but it wasn't 8-bit, it sounded like "modern" electronic music with beats and stuff.

Other details: fights are very bloody - after a fight ground is covered in blood

When you fight, blood splash all over, especially during special attacks, like eating hearts of enemies

I tried googling, the closest game visually i found from background style perspective is Renegade (1988), backgrounds looked like in that game; especially subway looks very similar there. Enemies don't look similar though. In the game i'm looking for head played a big role, because a lot of attacks were aimed at damaging or removing it.

It looked like a project of a small team or maybe even 1 person, who wanted to make his own bloody beat em up on PC

I understand that the game is very rare: i spent hours googling it over the years, but found nothing. For someone who played it - info above should be enough.

Thank you guys in advance

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#13078  Edited By BlankOW54
Member since 2019 • 1 Posts

Looking for

Type:

-2-D Browser based game.

-Civilization building game with usernames.

-Timeframe: 2006-2012

Gameplay:

-The planet (Earth) is ALWAYS in a cross-section.

- You start off with the planet being entirely covered by trees. You then deforest an area to build housing, etc.

-You are building and improving a civilization on an Earth-like planet with things such as buildings, oil refineries, solar panels for energy.

-The people in the game are bold stick figures. Only humans in the game.

-Animated.

-Sole purpose of the game is to house as many people as possible and prevent too much pollution in the process.

Distinctive things I remember:

-You can make an "Air scrubber" building to clean "polluted air areas" if you were producing too many gases from energy production via oil drills.

- If an area had "polluted air" you could not place a building there.

-The very first thing you can build is a hotel type building to house people.

Things the game doesn't have:

-No politics, animals.

- Absolutely no battling. No wars etc. Simply civilization building.

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#13079 MattC99
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Hello guys, i have this game and i just cant remember the title. So here is the details:

I played it only a couple years ago (1 or 2 i think). You had to construct a small robot/vehicle using parts that you put together on a central piece. And then you had to program it to run a course. I remember that the programming looked like a grid where you placed modules from sensors and motors and connected them using different gates and switches. You had to drag those modules onto the grid i think. The robot had to then try to run the course without touching the lines or falling off a platform etc. I also remember that in the menu it looked like a whiteboard that marked of the different levels (i am not completely sure about this). Lastly there was a mode with missions to run a course and a mode where you could freely program and run the robot.

Thank you very much to everyone

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#13080 gamerleegl11
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Hi. I really hope someone can find the game T.T

I played it around 2009-2014 i think. I couldn't really remember the time clearly

I played it on pc. i played it on a website called "y8.com"

I remember that the game mostly uses mouse to navigate or to control the character. The character i controlled needs to do a few tasks. I think it can be considered as an adventure game as we can travel to a few other places with a map. A few scenes that i can remember is the character(a man/ boy) wanted to unlock a hotel room's door and the key was in the keyhole inside the room. He put a magazine under the door and poked the keyhole and voila! the key dropped and he took the magazine and unlocked the door.

I also remember him unlocking an ice cream truck/van, and stole money with a crowbar if not mistaken. He also somehow knew that the drain has money and took money out of the drain. I think there was something to do with clocks and bombs too with another man at another destination.

This is all i can remember T.T . I really hope someone can help me out here. Thanks in advance to everyone! <3

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#13081 Vrana
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@vir_23: cadillac and dinosaurs?

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#13082 StanB56
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Between 2000 and 2007, I was in a computer class. We had a free period where we could do what we want on the computer. The computer were pc with windows and had several games already installed on them. There was one game that I enjoyed playing a lot. I don't remember the name of it, but I want to find it and play it again. It was a simple game. It looked more like it was made for kids 10-13 y.o. It is a train game. Each level starts out with 8 towns, each of a different color. Four towns were on the left side of the screen and the other four were on the right side. In the middle of the screen was all green field. Each town had the start of train tracks coming from them. A solo player would choose elements of train tracks and lay them out in a way that would connect all the towns and allow trains coming out of each town to get to the town of the corresponding color without smashing into each other. The player has to work fast building the tracks because the game waits a short time before sending the first train. Then the trains come out randomly from each of the towns. The player had to lay out the tracks in a design that made it easy to keep the trains from smashing into each other and used the track switches to get the trains to their corresponding towns.

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#13083 Shortie
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I can't remember that much of the game. All I remember is that it is a game where a villain of some kind (evil scientist) is traveling back in time and is stealing parts of history. I remember traveling to ancient Egypt and like the 1920s. It is a point and click game where you have to click on random objects and they will make a movement of some kind. You have to find that missing piece of history. The game is a children's PC game.

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#13084  Edited By RedHeat
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Hello Guys, I‘m a old shool gamer and In the past on my old system, I have played a freeware game on the pc that looks like Turrican. Or a remake of them. Can someany tell me the name of the game?

Thanks

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#13085  Edited By Black_Knight_00
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@redheat said:

Hello Guys, I‘m a old shool gamer and In the past on my old system, I have played a freeware game on the pc that looks like Turrican. Or a remake of them. Can someany tell me the name of the game?

Thanks

That would probably be Hurrican

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#13086 RedHeat
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@Black_Knight_00: yes!! Thank you very much, it was hurrican. I forgot the name after reinstalling of windows and the game was deleted.

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#13087 jgonzalez99
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Hello,

Some time ago I saw a trailer for a game that looked interesting. though I saved the info on it to look at it later, but it turns out I didn't or lost it. Sadly can't remember the name of it either.

From what I can recall the game is PC and part of the story is that it is about some guy who becomes immortal by learning of a way to switch bodies (or be reborn, make a new one, detail a little fuzzy right now). However, it seems that when he leaves his old bodies they don't die. They actually develop their own conscious and are basically able to keep living. You play as one of these bodies. Seems like you want to kill the immortal guy since he did a bunch of stuff that you are being blamed for since you are the body he used. Seems like the guy tended to do a bunch of bad stuff and let his old bodies take the blame for it when he switches to another one. Not sure when the game was released.

Hopefully, I am making sense and this sounds familiar. I only saw this one trailer and can't remember it fully.