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

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Matthew Barlow:
Hi, I'm looking for a game I played as a kid, it was only a demo but I would love to play the full version.

I believe the game was a strategy game, and there was 4 races (Only one playable via the demo, whom were green guys). You could build a base up and could go exploring and kill stuff. I remember the level you were able to play was based in a forest/jungle and if you went to the top corner of map, you hit snow/ice and there was a ship that looked like a hover craft you capture and bring back to your base.

I know it's a really vague description, but trying to remember this game has been doing my head in.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Was it War Wind?

http://www.abandonia.com/en/games/27538/War+Wind.html

Taunta:
I have two.

1: It's a sidescroller shooter, can't remember what system it was on. You're a musclebound mercenary kinda guy, who wears a bandanna. I remember specifically one level being on a train, and I remember it had some ludicrous boss fights, one of which was an alien mother ship type deal. I think the environment is destructible, though I could be remembering that last part wrong? Also it had two-player co-op, because I remember playing it with my older brother around ten years ago.

2. Game for the SNES, you can play as Godzilla and King Kong and some other giant monsters, and you're destroying a city while also fighting each other.

The first one could be anyone one of the various Contra games.

Ok so i remember playing this game i think in either the late 90s or early 20s.
it was some kind of mystery/detective game, not sure if horror or just super creepy(can't remember)
i am pretty sure it was 3rd person perspective, and the character you were playing as
was female.

It may have been about finding an abducted baby, and i remember hearing a crying baby somewhere.
And i know at some point we were in the wine cellar and there was some red liquid on the floor,
and we were like "is this blood or wine?".

Really the thing we remember the most is the crying baby while in the wine cellar.

And at another time we were in either a big house, a mansion or an office, and we were searching for clues and suddenly an old lady (looking rather creepy) started to camp outside the door and
we felt we really should not let her know we were there.

My father thinks it was about vampires or something, im not entirely sure.
Oh and also we played it on the PC

We have searched the internet for countless of hours and still cannot find it.

i would pee myself from happiness if anyone were to find this. :)

try_a_cohiba:
Hello everybody,

I am searching for a reeeaaalllyyy old game. Hopefully you can help me anyways...
It was role play game in the late 80s, early 90s. I had it as 5 1/4 inch disc(s). It had an isometric view and the colors (ega graphcis; cga also available) where quite light yellow, beige. The setting was medieval.
In the beginning of the story you were a prisoner in a cell. Your figure was leaning against ethe table, with it's back to viewer. You could escape by moving a table. There was a mouse hole as well for some reason. Once outside you went to the south, south-east. After some time came a small stream/river with a bridge to the left. On that place where a tree as well. You could find an apple and a feather. If you went further to the left, there came some hills after a while...
It was no fluent graphics. Every scene hat it's own picture.

The box of the game had beige color as well.

I am looking for hours now and couldn't find it...

Thank's a lot for your help!

You my mate, have been playing the so called "The curse of enchantia"
or just "Curse of enchantia"
The most unlogic game in history :)

Saiktaru:
I also joined just so I could ask a question. It was an educational game for the PC, put out in the 90's, and involved a lot of science. It took place on this island, and the main character was a spaceman or something? There was a spaceship, I remember that. Anyways, there were several locations on the island, including a volcano, a cave that went into the volcano, a forest, a laboratory, and some fields. Basically you had to try to preserve the forests and keep the volcano from blowing up (which was really hard). I remember in the lab there was some sort of aquarium that you could mess with and had some sort of time element, and you could basically evolve this frog or whatever. It had a strong emphasis on environmentalism and stuff. I swear, I can see the cover of the game, but I can't remember the name of it to save my life. XD

Any help is very appreciated, it's driving me crazy.

I think you might be talking about the game called

"the day of the tentacle"
Or just "Day of the tentacle"

Hans Hunnestad:
I think you might be talking about the game called

"the day of the tentacle"
Or just "Day of the tentacle"

No way, that's not Day of the Tentacle at all.

Nero18:
Im trying to find this game that i played for like a week on SNES and i remember it being awesome. It was a 2D platformer and the main character was some sort of an animal. I think it was a orange cat like creature but im not sure so anything thats even close might be right.

Bubsy?

[edit]Damn, already answered!

i cant figure out the name of these games. ok i was in early elementary school, late 90's early 2000's, playing them on PC for our computer class. 1ST GAME: you were bull riding on a horse. you had like 4 or 5 horses to choose from before the game started. one was named Daisy. you solved math problems to keep the guy from falling off of the horse. you also had a little cowboy who sat on a fence singing home on the range sometimes.
2ND GAME: you did math problems and the background was black. and if i remember correctly there were like three or four dinosaurs with instruments or something.
3RD GAME: the beginning started out weird. there was a talking female lady bug (possibly a fairy) and all of these little different colored houses. and you had to do all sorts of things. i think it involved nursery rymes but im not 100% sure.

Hello guys, I need a little help to find a game, it was a playstation 1 game, I remember it was a rpg game,you could choose a character, one of them had blue hair and in his story he was riding a car and someone attack him, I don't remember very well but he had a golden armor and a sword. The other character was a robot but that's all I can remember.

I forgot the name of a game I played on the (first) Xbox even though I really enjoyed it. The game was unusual It was part RPG, part strategy and part 3rd person action game. It was a usual dark fantasy setting and told the same story from the perspective of several factions. Each faction had its own campaign, each was unique so no copy pasted missions or anything except for a few crossover points.

Gameplay wise you took command of an army, you had your overall leader and his subordinates. You earned XP in battles which you used to customize their skill sets and buy new equipment. When in a battle the leader and subordinates took charge of some units, you could either give them orders or jump in at any time and take control over the leader unit and fight like an action game whilst being supported by the rest of the unit. Other specialized units like siege units you could only give orders or watch directly from a 3rd person camera. Most of the game you would be hopping between your leader units, taking control over them at critical points made a lot of difference. This was handy for the non controllable units too, you could see clearly what was going on.

The story was about good army fights evil army, then a terrible new threat appears (some sort of floating asteroid of doom). Only the bad army is in a position to stop the end of the world by resurrecting a dead dragon, the dragon skeleton helps them fight back. This is a bit of an over simplification because the story wasn't too bad.

Does anyone know what game this was?

hey guys i had this game around 2000 on pc. It was a strategy game (real-time i think). It was kind of similar to Age of Empires and such games where you build stuff and defenses except that it wasn't on the ground. You could view your city from above. You had to create a city above the clouds and the technology looked kind of mythological and like it was designed by Leonardo daVinci. You could build islands on the clouds to support your structures, catapults and roads which would allow for collection of resources. I can vaguely remember the goal was to defend a temple or something and you would lose if it was destroyed. I remember playing it a lot and it had a cd. I don't have anything else to go on and ive searched so much to no avail. any guesses? thanks

grand_moussa:
hey guys i had this game around 2000 on pc. It was a strategy game (real-time i think). It was kind of similar to Age of Empires and such games where you build stuff and defenses except that it wasn't on the ground. You could view your city from above. You had to create a city above the clouds and the technology looked kind of mythological and like it was designed by Leonardo daVinci. You could build islands on the clouds to support your structures, catapults and roads which would allow for collection of resources. I can vaguely remember the goal was to defend a temple or something and you would lose if it was destroyed. I remember playing it a lot and it had a cd. I don't have anything else to go on and ive searched so much to no avail. any guesses? thanks

This sounds very much like Netstorm


grand_moussa:
hey guys i had this game around 2000 on pc. It was a strategy game (real-time i think). It was kind of similar to Age of Empires and such games where you build stuff and defenses except that it wasn't on the ground. You could view your city from above. You had to create a city above the clouds and the technology looked kind of mythological and like it was designed by Leonardo daVinci. You could build islands on the clouds to support your structures, catapults and roads which would allow for collection of resources. I can vaguely remember the goal was to defend a temple or something and you would lose if it was destroyed. I remember playing it a lot and it had a cd. I don't have anything else to go on and ive searched so much to no avail. any guesses? thanks

It could be Netstorm: Islands at War.

Here is one:

Old 90s PC game (only platform that I'm aware of), third person, two people could play at once as these two blonde hair dudes dressed in blue who walk through warehouse type levels killing enemies with different weapons (lead pipes, guns, bigger guns, etc.), and after each level you could upgrade your weapons. I know it's not much to go on, but if anybody has any ideas, they would be much appreciated.

Alright, I've got 2 games:

First game:
I believe it was a Playstation one game although it may have been PC. It was an RPG, real time, 3d, and I believe it was first person. You start off on a pier that is somewhat broken that leads to an island. I recall fighting a giant squid boss that was against a wall, and being able to loot barrels. That's about all I can remember.

Second game:
Old game, probably for DOS, early 90's. It was an Isometric puzzle game where you could pick up and move ladders. I believe you played as a wizard.

Oh my gosh thats it! Thank you, thank you, thank you.

I'm looking for a game I played it in the 90's/early 2000's and it was a 4 player game, that had characters with magic powers (as I recall)
I also remember a boss level where you had to destroy a spider, and it was a surrounded by spiderwebs and I can't remember what console it was on. Lack of details sorry, but it's all I remember. It was also a rpg, and in 3d

Okay I got 2 games:

Both I believe are for the ps1-ps2. very late 90's to early 2000's. First is where you race RC toy cars. The intro or story consists of you, a little boy, playing with his pet frog. The frog croaks "help me" as a bully who takes ur pet says in order to get ur frog back you must play his game. Then it shows some other kid getting thrown into a garbage can. He had a war helmet on and glasses.

Second one: Another racing game, same time period, and system. All i remember from this one was were you can play against each other and one of the maps was a island, and you both had cars of your choosing from scrolling on a list. The cars looked futuristic, and it was mainly to battle each other. You could get powerups such as shield, lasers, thrusters, and rockets to shoot. When you played there was electronic music playing. Sounding near to dubstep. That's all i remember from both.

KatyLilium:
I'm looking for a game I played it in the 90's/early 2000's and it was a 4 player game, that had characters with magic powers (as I recall)
I also remember a boss level where you had to destroy a spider, and it was a surrounded by spiderwebs and I can't remember what console it was on. Lack of details sorry, but it's all I remember. It was also a rpg, and in 3d

Gauntlet Legends? Usually found in arcades. And ps2 also. Each player was a color. Had different characters with diff abilities. You get to certain diff realms or worlds.

KatyLilium:
I'm looking for a game I played it in the 90's/early 2000's and it was a 4 player game, that had characters with magic powers (as I recall)
I also remember a boss level where you had to destroy a spider, and it was a surrounded by spiderwebs and I can't remember what console it was on. Lack of details sorry, but it's all I remember. It was also a rpg, and in 3d

"Gauntlet Legends" comes to mind.

Edit: ninja'd

I remember a lot of games and know how precious it feels to find a nostalgic game and then play it or even finish if you haven't when you were a kid. I'm happy for everyone who found their games :)

For me, i found most of my old games and am good with nostalgic ones. If anyone still haven't found their game yet, i'll be happy to look up and find. For me there are three games that i haven't been able to find or remember the name of. First will be most important, last will be least :P They are all between 1990s-2000s

-This game i was playing was a demo version of the game. The game is an adventure in 3D, like an RPG and you're playing a guy who enters into a mansion hall, you can control him, use kick, punch with keyboard. There is a statue which's head is missing, you can go through the spiral stairs on sides or enter through door. When you enter, you get into a theatre like stage and there is a ghost-like villian who has magic powers, has your girl and by sabotaging your girl,(she's tied to a circus target) tricks you into a hole. You get don to the basement, look around, then fight with retarded zombies and use bane's to make a melody, move them. They're stuck to the ground. There is a screen you can watcch your gf being thrown knife at. When you do the correct melody, you go through a magical portal gate and return back to hall of mansion. Demo ends.

-In this second game you were playing a police and i'm sure it was pretty famous as well. It's in 3d and you're playing a police girl. Who is somewhat a detecctive, the story takes place in a post-modern city where you have flying cars. You go through some drawers at a hotel and try to find about your partner's crime or something? I guess.

-This is the last game and it's a game for kids. You have a little green alien friend who goes through the mansion with you and you solve puzzles together, switch bilards and light up lamps.

I hope i was able to give enough detail about the first one, the other two doesn't matter so much :) Thank you for reading my reply,
Have peaceful and pleasant days.
Erdem

Ok, maybe you can help me.
I am searching for a really old action RPG, similar to Diablo. I can only remember a few things. In the opening sequence somebody puts a big egg infront of somebody's door, during the night. I think in the end of the sequence the house got burned down, but I'm not entirely sure. The one thing I can perfectly remember, is the world map. You were able to travel from one place to another by clicking on it. After that, footprints appeared on the map, to show where your character is going. Sometimes your character got attacked during travel and the game switched to the normal gamemode again. You were then able to fight the attackers by using a fighting system, similar to Diablo. You were also able to get followers who helped you fighting. There was also a mission where you had to place soldiers in a village to protect it from an enemy attack. You had to do this on a seperate minimap which appeared when you started the mission. The last thing I remember is that you started the game in a tower or a castle.

I hope you can help me, finding this game.
Thank you in advance,

Fuffy

J Tyran:
I forgot the name of a game I played on the (first) Xbox even though I really enjoyed it. The game was unusual It was part RPG, part strategy and part 3rd person action game. It was a usual dark fantasy setting and told the same story from the perspective of several factions. Each faction had its own campaign, each was unique so no copy pasted missions or anything except for a few crossover points.

Gameplay wise you took command of an army, you had your overall leader and his subordinates. You earned XP in battles which you used to customize their skill sets and buy new equipment. When in a battle the leader and subordinates took charge of some units, you could either give them orders or jump in at any time and take control over the leader unit and fight like an action game whilst being supported by the rest of the unit. Other specialized units like siege units you could only give orders or watch directly from a 3rd person camera. Most of the game you would be hopping between your leader units, taking control over them at critical points made a lot of difference. This was handy for the non controllable units too, you could see clearly what was going on.

The story was about good army fights evil army, then a terrible new threat appears (some sort of floating asteroid of doom). Only the bad army is in a position to stop the end of the world by resurrecting a dead dragon, the dragon skeleton helps them fight back. This is a bit of an over simplification because the story wasn't too bad.

Does anyone know what game this was?

The game is called Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders

The game had an interesting sound track.

Is that a Korean thing? Putting heavy metal music in western style fantasy games?

This game is also backwards compatible with the 360.

CD-R:

J Tyran:
I forgot the name of a game I played on the (first) Xbox even though I really enjoyed it. The game was unusual It was part RPG, part strategy and part 3rd person action game. It was a usual dark fantasy setting and told the same story from the perspective of several factions. Each faction had its own campaign, each was unique so no copy pasted missions or anything except for a few crossover points.

Gameplay wise you took command of an army, you had your overall leader and his subordinates. You earned XP in battles which you used to customize their skill sets and buy new equipment. When in a battle the leader and subordinates took charge of some units, you could either give them orders or jump in at any time and take control over the leader unit and fight like an action game whilst being supported by the rest of the unit. Other specialized units like siege units you could only give orders or watch directly from a 3rd person camera. Most of the game you would be hopping between your leader units, taking control over them at critical points made a lot of difference. This was handy for the non controllable units too, you could see clearly what was going on.

The story was about good army fights evil army, then a terrible new threat appears (some sort of floating asteroid of doom). Only the bad army is in a position to stop the end of the world by resurrecting a dead dragon, the dragon skeleton helps them fight back. This is a bit of an over simplification because the story wasn't too bad.

Does anyone know what game this was?

The game is called Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders

The game had an interesting sound track.

Is that a Korean thing? Putting heavy metal music in western style fantasy games?

This game is also backwards compatible with the 360.

Thats the game, I have never played another game like that before or since. The soundtrack never stuck in my mind though, the gameplay was the thing that grabbed me.

It is an internet game and you were a person made out of blue blocks. And there was a block person at the end that you had to restart. The name of the game i think was two words that were not that long. I think it was about a small person made out of yellow blocks had somehow made another block person (the one that you had to restart) crash their car. It was quite strange. I also remember how there was a notepad and part of it was ripped of so u got the pen and scribbled on it so it showed what was written on the ripped off piece. Also when u were in the kitchen you had to hide behind an open door. I know the facts sound strange but I really want to find it!!! Thanks!!

KatyLilium:
I'm looking for a game I played it in the 90's/early 2000's and it was a 4 player game, that had characters with magic powers (as I recall)
I also remember a boss level where you had to destroy a spider, and it was a surrounded by spiderwebs and I can't remember what console it was on. Lack of details sorry, but it's all I remember. It was also a rpg, and in 3d

People have already suggested Gauntlet Legends. It could also be Gauntlet: Dark Legacy (which is the PS2 version of Legends) or one of the Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance games, which ran on the same engine and I'm pretty sure involved spiders.

Edit: Looks like there's yet another game that runs on the engine, Everquest: Champions of Norrath.

Okay, I've been trying to find the names of these two games for at least 12 years, maybe 15. They are both PC games, both from the late 80's/early 90's. Here goes:

1)The first game involves you being a caveman that looks like the one from Prehistorik, but with large eyes and a little more cartoon-y looking. It was top-down view and I think 32-bit. Whenever he would lose a life, his limbs and head would separate from his body but still attached with springs and he would scream idiotically. No blood, no gore. You would go around and try to destroy/avoid various enemies in 5 different worlds, each of which was themed and had multiple levels. There was a futuristic world, a toy/candy world and a dinosaur world; I can't remember what the other two looked like. When you completed a world you would go back to this screen that looked like toy shelves with other world options on it that you'd select with the arrow keys and then press enter or something. I'm pretty sure he used a club to beat his enemies, but it may have been something else. Pretty sure all of the control were keyboard based.

And finally...

2)This one may have been older, I remember everything was pixellated, like 16-bit. It was first person perspective, trapped in a maze-like dungeon where the monsters would get stronger as you progressed through the levels. I'm pretty sure this one was also keyboard controlled, but I could be wrong. I remember there being a lot of goofy decorations on the brick maze walls. There may have been a projectile weapon to kill the monsters, but I'm pretty sure you had a sword or something, too. I distinctly remember there being a door on the first level that you couldn't open unless you had a really high number of coins, and the one time I opened the door I went straight out the other side without seeing what was in it. The first monsters were small and easy like giant rats and spiders, but when you got to the fourth level there are these giant pinkish/flesh-colored monsters with green flat heads and red eyes that were humanoid in shape, and they stood from floor to ceiling. As you went through the maze you could open and close doors to different rooms which the weak monsters couldn't get through, but the big guy could. Level four was as far as I ever got.

That's pretty much all I can remember. Does anyone know the names of these games?

Hey, I want to find an old nes helicopter game. If I'm not mistaken, its name ends with *ian "Ranadian" or something... can someone help??

and another one. It was a PS game. Sort of Horror style racing. I remember a car with a spinning headon it. Can anyone help???

One I can't for the life of me remember the name of. Playstation one. You are a little girl that gets hit by a truck in the intro, afterwards you have an arm growing out of your backpack and use it to tug on girls with no faces but gigantic boobs.

Hey I am also looking for a game I played in the 90s on PC. I remember nagging my teacher to let me play it during morning tea and lunch times in the classroom.

I remember a name along the lines of "The goobles (or goobies)"
it was a problem solving game where you had about 5-10 characters alive at one time and you would be given a problem to solve like fixing a bridge or a code to enter a tomb. If you got it wrong one of your characters died. if you got it right your characters would all walk off the screen as if heading to the next clue or problem.
you could create new characters through out the game and change their faces as well.
I have been trying to remember what this game is so that I could see what it was like but I need help.
Any Ideas????

Lyndee

Hey guys please know that I have searched for this game on google for many, many, years since I played it last. It definately had to be made before 2000, I'm thinking 1998 or around then. It came in one of those shareware/freeware (but mostly shareware and demos) compilations that are floating around from time to time. Well this particular game was a survival/rpg caveman (I think so?!) game. The "camera" was set so it sort of seemed like a side scroller and I believe the game was played in increments of days/time. I also think that you had to gather food and basically just see how long you could survive, a bit like Oregon Trail except you were one character. I remember you were only allowed so many days/time in the demo/shareware version that came with the compilation so I played that demo over and over doing a little better each time. There are so many posts in this thread that I fear I may miss a response to my post, just e-mail me at [email protected] if you have an idea, or here I will look through the posts as well as I possibly can. This was a big part of my childhood and looking to find at least some info about the game.

Also you may have been able to get more characters to join you, forming a party of sorts. This may be incorrect but I seem to remember this...

After searching about 30 pages of this thread for answers I found nothing and became jealous of all these people finding their games! So, I decided to post my memories.

All of the games I'm looking for were on PC. When I was 5-10 (1998 - 2003) My dad used to always get those collection discs with about 10-100 demos on them, and I'd play them all and loved them. I remember some of the names of them (the games but not the discs), but there's two that I can't find online.

1. It was a game you viewed from first person, and I remember it having good graphics, and it was mysterious. I'm pretty certain it was a point and click adventure viewed from first person. It had 3D graphics (definitely not cartoon), although the graphics only APPEARED 3D, it was probably just images, because I'm pretty sure it faded between images instead of you moving. I'm pretty sure it was modern, but it had a sort of fantasy feel to it. The ONLY gameplay I remember of it is sort of exploring down this path through what I remember as a forest, and going down this tunnel in a tree or hole or something, looking for clues. I've checked so many point and click adventures online and I can't find it (although I'm worried I won't even know it if I see it). It could have been Myst, but I don't remember any of the graphics by looking at videos of that game. Schizm doesn't look like it either, those two are similar to what I remember though.

2. Another first person point and click adventure, about a dog escaping his owner's room. I remember his owner leaving for the day and he leaves you at home (although that could be wrong), and you have to find a way to escape. I remember the name being "Dog's day out" because I remember thinking the name sounded much alike "Baby's day out". But after searching the title "Dog's day out" I've found nothing.

3. (Extra) I wonder if anyone knows the name of the demo discs I played if I give titles of demos on them, I had about 4 or 5 discs in total with about 20 demos on each :( so many games I don't know the names of. Warcraft II, Torruk II (I'm not entirely sure), DOOM, Diablo (All though I remember Diablo having cars in it.. lol), Lemmings Paintball (I'm not sure if this came from a demo disc but I played the game at the same time brackets), Jedi Knight, Jump 'n' Bump, Wheels, The Neverhood, Rayman.. Damn that's all I got.. I don't think all of the games were demos though, I just remember calling them demos.

Sorry for the massive post, and thank you for any help. I'll try to help out others.

Edit: I also very vaguely remember this other game, it was like a really weird game about a picnic, but you sortof blow up the picnic blanket with the food, and it turns into weird shapes.. It was very weird haha

I have a picture I drew from memory that should help with the description of a game name Im trying to remember:

http://s1144.photobucket.com/albums/o486/Deryl_Owens/?action=view¤t=Frommemory-imageofgame.png

You take control of a random planet whichshifts to someone else in the group every few days and at the same time you gain control of someone elses random planet. (It was a bit of a social experiment to see how generous/selfish/balanced players might be in terms of the community/themselves/their planets.) I know either an energy or gas company had a hand in making it.

The game is played solely in 2 dimensions so your planet surface consists of a circle not a sphere.

You manage pollution, economy and player points. You use available currency, natural resources & technology research. Player points are added directly to your personal score. The higher your personal score the higher your ranking. If pollution gets too high you can lose any use of that planet for the remainder of your control time.

You can spend your currency on [industry buildings] (adds pollution) to gain alot of currency over time, [player points buildings] to gain player points (and thats it), Residential buildings to get a small amount of both (small pollution) and various other buildings for various other effects. You can also spend your currency on research to increase the options available to you and there are multiple tech trees to consider. You can also spend currency on trees to lower pollution.

I have given the best my google-fu has to offer to find the name of this game for myself and now turn to my fellow gamers for help.

Benjamin Arceneaux:
Hey guys please know that I have searched for this game on google for many, many, years since I played it last. It definately had to be made before 2000, I'm thinking 1998 or around then. It came in one of those shareware/freeware (but mostly shareware and demos) compilations that are floating around from time to time. Well this particular game was a survival/rpg caveman (I think so?!) game. The "camera" was set so it sort of seemed like a side scroller and I believe the game was played in increments of days/time. I also think that you had to gather food and basically just see how long you could survive, a bit like Oregon Trail except you were one character. I remember you were only allowed so many days/time in the demo/shareware version that came with the compilation so I played that demo over and over doing a little better each time. There are so many posts in this thread that I fear I may miss a response to my post, just e-mail me at benarcene[email protected] if you have an idea, or here I will look through the posts as well as I possibly can. This was a big part of my childhood and looking to find at least some info about the game.

Also you may have been able to get more characters to join you, forming a party of sorts. This may be incorrect but I seem to remember this...

The only game that comes close to what you are describing is a game called Sapiens that was released on the Atari ST.

http://www.giantbomb.com/sapiens/61-20072/

Good luck finding it though this game is beyond obscure.

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