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

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I'm trying to find an old point and click for the early 90's, I only had the demo but it started you played a teenager who was stuck in a giant hamster cage in space, trying to escape.
Been looking all over and cant find it. I remember it having pretty decent graphics.

Any clues would be amazing.

Thanks

Hey guys, I stumbled upon this thread on my attempts to search for this game that has been racking my brain since I played it the first and only time I've seen the game. No one has even since mentioned this game or anything similar to it. I played when I was young (9-12) on a PC running Windows XP, but I'm pretty sure it may have not been a PC game because it was contained in a folder with other games that I have since discovered are also not PC games (Balls 3D, Sonic 3 etc).
Okay so!

The game is a top down RPG (story driven, not arcade) I don't remember fighting mechanics or even fighting monsters but what I did play was that you started in a village after some story stuff and end up with a (gauntlet? arm brace thing?) and it was the main item of the game. It appears in your HUD with a jewel that becomes colored (red, blue) and was your main magic thing, being able to shoot fire (red) or switch to other elements (you find blue-ice (or maybe it was water) later on) and all I remember from this game is that you used the gauntlet thing to find secrets in the village and you could talk to people (text) that told you story stuff and clues and what-not (like legend of Zelda link to the past)

Thank you guys for maintaining this thread for four years, I wish I had found it earlier but I'm really happy you guys are still helping out other people find their old games again.

Zaltys:

Animakuro:
I remember this game I used to play at my uncle's all the time. It was a side scrolling shooter set in space on the PSOne. The graphics looked 3D as I remember, but I suppose they could have been 2D designed to look 3D. I think it did have a regular gameplay mode with full levels, but I only think I ever played the Boss Rush.
I remember the first boss was some sort of giant fish spaceship.
I remember the third boss being a gigantic spaceship and the background looked like the ocean at sunset.
I know many of these side scrolling shooters had alien and fleshy bosses later, but I only remember the bosses being other spaceships or at least mechanical in some way, until the last boss I remember reaching which was a weird sort of see-through glowing turtle with cores inside it that you had to fire at with your special weapons.

Sounds like G Darius.
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Yep, that's the one. Thanks :)

Hello ladies and gents. So a friend of mine was looking for this game for a long time and I am helping him a lot. Here is what he remembers.

1) He remembers playing this game during the 2000s (2005 to be exact).
2) The cover of the game was of a woman riding a dragon while holding a man's hand.
3) The game is isometric, 2.5D graphics like Diablo. And it also plays like Diablo a bit.
4) The main character is a bald guy and he starts the game in a cell.
5) He's not sure if the game is a PC game or a reboot.

That's all he remembers. We need all the help we can get to find this game.

Hey I'm remembering an old pc game that comes back to me every now and then to bug me. I think it was a 90s computer game adventure? I can't remember a lot about it but I think the characters were all bears and you're in a camp (like a summer camp) trying to go home maybe? You have to do stuff for the bears obviously, cause puzzles. There was probably some sort of honey puzzle because bears ya know. It was definitely an adventure game/puzzle game sort of deal. Not much I can remember except for the bears and that I'm pretty sure it had voice acting.

One bit I remember a little more vividly is one part where a bear is sitting around a campfire and playing a banjo maybe? There was singing I'm pretty sure or at least playing instruments. Really the only thing I remember concretely is bears in the woods, adventure game. It's one of those memories that is so vivid until I try to remember it. It's not a lot to go on I know but this has been bugging me for actual years.

There's this game that I can't remember I played it early 00's on computer and I think it had something to do with art maybe painting I'm not sure. There were different places to go I think a factory and a tent? If someone could help that'd be great! I'm Australian by the way if that helps at all!! :)

I believe I played this game around the mid to late 90s. It was a point and click adventure type game and I want to say it was called Secrets of the Inca (but it could have been Maya or Aztec as well). I recall it being real pictures with real actors and you spent most if not all of your time in some ancient Mesoamerican city. If any of you could help I would greatly appreciate it.

Chris Moody:
I believe I played this game around the mid to late 90s. It was a point and click adventure type game and I want to say it was called Secrets of the Inca (but it could have been Maya or Aztec as well). I recall it being real pictures with real actors and you spent most if not all of your time in some ancient Mesoamerican city. If any of you could help I would greatly appreciate it.

Is it by chance Secrets of the Luxor? http://www.mobygames.com/game/secrets-of-the-luxor

KaiYLowell:

Chris Moody:
I believe I played this game around the mid to late 90s. It was a point and click adventure type game and I want to say it was called Secrets of the Inca (but it could have been Maya or Aztec as well). I recall it being real pictures with real actors and you spent most if not all of your time in some ancient Mesoamerican city. If any of you could help I would greatly appreciate it.

Is it by chance Secrets of the Luxor? http://www.mobygames.com/game/secrets-of-the-luxor

It wasn't but now I see another game I need lol. No, I definitely remember it being one of the major Mesoamerican groups but that's all that sticks out. I believe you may have been a time traveler but I know for a fact that it wasn't Timelapse.

Coldie:

roguetisha:
My brother and I have been trying to figure out the name of this PC game we used to play over at our friend's house, probably around 1996 or so. It was a game for kids, you would choose from these eggs, there were all different variations that would hatch different kind of dinosaur/lizard-type monsters (we keep putting dinosaur into the search and I'm starting to think we might be wrong, but I really do feel like they were dinosaurs) There was some machine or something that you set the egg onto or into to sort of incubate the egg, maybe, and then it would hatch and you would raise the little dinosaur monster. The way you could move through the different areas of the game felt kind of like a side-scroller. It was set mostly in different houses/rooms that may or may not have been tree houses. There was no fourth-wall, two or three floors per house/room. We remember that you could have multiple monsters but we can't really remember much more about the game play. The way I remembered it, I described it as a PC version of a gigapet. Although I think it may have been a lot more than that. Anyway, PLEASE help if any of this rings a bell for anyone.

Could be one of the Creatures games.

I literally created an account JUST so I could thank you! I only vaguely remember this game but I searched up "creatures pc" and found "creatures adventure" which was a game I played as a tiny little child, probably one of the first games I played now that I think about it. I don't know what brought me to searching up what this game was but I just remembered the cute little things that you had to raise and thought "heck I want to know what that game was called" and voila here you are telling me what it is! Might sound a bit dumb but I actually cried when I watched the intro again after all these years (I'm 18 now and I think I was 4 when I played this) so god bless you :) Such a strange feeling watching gameplay of it. What a fun game it was <3

Hi, I don't know if anyone would know of this game. I think I had it either late 90's of early 00's but only had the demo version. It was a 1st person, point and click puzzle solving game. I think in the full game you would go between different times so not sure whether it was trying to be vaguely educational but the demo I had I believe was set in ancient Greece. You had a little robot sidekick helper guy with a funny voice at the bottom of the screen who would help guide you to find things, and in the this demo level you had to get some clay and push it into this vase you found to make a copy of a royal seal that you would then take back somewhere else to fire in a kiln, I think it was to use it to get past some guards later but the demo never got that far. If anyone can shed any light that would be wonderful, I have a feeling it may be a bit too obscure but worth a try.
Thank you :)

Chris Moody:
I believe I played this game around the mid to late 90s. It was a point and click adventure type game and I want to say it was called Secrets of the Inca (but it could have been Maya or Aztec as well). I recall it being real pictures with real actors and you spent most if not all of your time in some ancient Mesoamerican city. If any of you could help I would greatly appreciate it.

Just joined this today looking for a game, not sure if its a massive coincidence but your game sounds the one I'm after...

I just posted this
"Hi, I don't know if anyone would know of this game. I think I had it either late 90's of early 00's but only had the demo version. It was a 1st person, point and click puzzle solving game. I think in the full game you would go between different times so not sure whether it was trying to be vaguely educational but the demo I had I believe was set in ancient Greece. You had a little robot sidekick helper guy with a funny voice at the bottom of the screen who would help guide you to find things, and in the this demo level you had to get some clay and push it into this vase you found to make a copy of a royal seal that you would then take back somewhere else to fire in a kiln, I think it was to use it to get past some guards later but the demo never got that far. If anyone can shed any light that would be wonderful, I have a feeling it may be a bit too obscure but worth a try.
Thank you :)"
If its the same one we should join forces... :)

galstaph:
Hi, this one is somewhat of a tough one and I've been looking for it for years. All I can remember is it was a DOS game and there were multiple alien races you were competing with for, I assume rule of the galaxy, and I remember playing as a human (only option maybe?) and you were in a room with a doorway behind you looking out toward a city as you stood at a round dome topped table. The best recollection I have was there was technologies that you could research, and one of the random events was to find some alien technology and you could then research it to figure out what it was. The other aliens would try and ask you to let them take it as they were more advanced than you. The technology screen looked like Cd-Rom drives and there as a giant panel of them, kind of like a tech tree but the "tree" was more like a giant rectangle filled with Cd-Rom drives that you could select each one to pick the next research. Thanks for any ideas!

Sounds a lot like game I used to play, called Reunion.

Raponi Raponi:
Hey I'm remembering an old pc game that comes back to me every now and then to bug me. I think it was a 90s computer game adventure? I can't remember a lot about it but I think the characters were all bears and you're in a camp (like a summer camp) trying to go home maybe? You have to do stuff for the bears obviously, cause puzzles. There was probably some sort of honey puzzle because bears ya know. It was definitely an adventure game/puzzle game sort of deal. Not much I can remember except for the bears and that I'm pretty sure it had voice acting.

One bit I remember a little more vividly is one part where a bear is sitting around a campfire and playing a banjo maybe? There was singing I'm pretty sure or at least playing instruments. Really the only thing I remember concretely is bears in the woods, adventure game. It's one of those memories that is so vivid until I try to remember it. It's not a lot to go on I know but this has been bugging me for actual years.

The only thing that pops into mind in combination to adventure and bears, is Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise from Humongous Entertainment. Never played it myself and from the look at the pictures, doesn't really fit your description, but as I've said, it's the only bear-themed adventure game that springs to mind.

Jess Bunny:

Chris Moody:
I believe I played this game around the mid to late 90s. It was a point and click adventure type game and I want to say it was called Secrets of the Inca (but it could have been Maya or Aztec as well). I recall it being real pictures with real actors and you spent most if not all of your time in some ancient Mesoamerican city. If any of you could help I would greatly appreciate it.

Just joined this today looking for a game, not sure if its a massive coincidence but your game sounds the one I'm after...

I just posted this
"Hi, I don't know if anyone would know of this game. I think I had it either late 90's of early 00's but only had the demo version. It was a 1st person, point and click puzzle solving game. I think in the full game you would go between different times so not sure whether it was trying to be vaguely educational but the demo I had I believe was set in ancient Greece. You had a little robot sidekick helper guy with a funny voice at the bottom of the screen who would help guide you to find things, and in the this demo level you had to get some clay and push it into this vase you found to make a copy of a royal seal that you would then take back somewhere else to fire in a kiln, I think it was to use it to get past some guards later but the demo never got that far. If anyone can shed any light that would be wonderful, I have a feeling it may be a bit too obscure but worth a try.
Thank you :)"
If its the same one we should join forces... :)

Journeyman Project 3 - Legacy of Time, perhaps?
If not maybe one of other two Journeyman Project games...

I remember a PC game, It was around the 90's you were a human, but you had a mech that could turn into a car, you had guns, and i believe i remember collecting black cats, the only other thing i remember is the main character use to say "stupid bastards" on occasion when you got a kill

Ednoshoes:
I'm trying to find an old point and click for the early 90's, I only had the demo but it started you played a teenager who was stuck in a giant hamster cage in space, trying to escape.
Been looking all over and cant find it. I remember it having pretty decent graphics.

Any clues would be amazing.

Thanks

I think you're looking for Orion Burger.
I've only played the demo myself, so I've immediately remembered the setting, you're describing.
The scene from the demo actually takes place around middle of the game as seen in the link above.

Mxo Chen:
This is an impossible one...

PC Windows Game played at least 15 years ago.
- Similar to Monopoly
- Special part is the set properties can go up to 6/set different from Monopoly's 2 or 3/set.
- Uses red car as token
- 3 dices
- Somewhat squarish green map with only 1 way of travelling on it.
- Only one building in each property, you can upgrade the building type
- Seems to be controlled by keyboard+mouse.

I've actually looked long and hard for this, but came up empty each time.
Everything I've looked at hasn't come even close to the game you're describing.
So unless someone new joins in and takes a shot at it, I'm afraid this one will remain a mystery.

Stev231:
Hey guys, I stumbled upon this thread on my attempts to search for this game that has been racking my brain since I played it the first and only time I've seen the game. No one has even since mentioned this game or anything similar to it. I played when I was young (9-12) on a PC running Windows XP, but I'm pretty sure it may have not been a PC game because it was contained in a folder with other games that I have since discovered are also not PC games (Balls 3D, Sonic 3 etc).
Okay so!

The game is a top down RPG (story driven, not arcade) I don't remember fighting mechanics or even fighting monsters but what I did play was that you started in a village after some story stuff and end up with a (gauntlet? arm brace thing?) and it was the main item of the game. It appears in your HUD with a jewel that becomes colored (red, blue) and was your main magic thing, being able to shoot fire (red) or switch to other elements (you find blue-ice (or maybe it was water) later on) and all I remember from this game is that you used the gauntlet thing to find secrets in the village and you could talk to people (text) that told you story stuff and clues and what-not (like legend of Zelda link to the past)

Thank you guys for maintaining this thread for four years, I wish I had found it earlier but I'm really happy you guys are still helping out other people find their old games again.

Could it be one of Oasis series games?
Beyond Oasis - Story of Thor (the one I've played on Sega Genesis Emulator and liked a lot)
or the successor
Legend of Oasis for Sega Saturn (never got around to play it... yet)

hey, Im looking for an old sidescroller beat em up. Its set in a dark medieval fantasy world where you have a warrior with a sword. 2nd Player has an Axe. First you play in the woods, later in a castle with a Tower and a Dragon as Boss on top. theres a Prison too. And when you fight the last boss the floor fall down in an inferno while you fight. Hope thats all correct.^^

I made an account just to post here. I'm trying to find a somewhat older game, probably between 1995 and 2008. It was kind of a story/hunting/shooter game, and a few pieces of some of the missions i remember are...'
1: In what i believe is the first mission, you had to find some older guy's grandkids or nephew/niece who were lost in a forest.
2: The player had to defend said older guy by shooting wolves that were coming across a bridge with a rifle.
3: In i remember to be the last part of said first mission, i think you had to fight a bear in a cave.

4: The player boarded a plane with a woman, but the plane ran out of fuel, or was damaged, and you had to bail out over a desert.
5: Once the player had found the woman mentioned above, you had to defend her from a fairly large group of lions that came in waves.

Hi everyone, Ive been looking for this game for some time, played on an old arcade machine back in the day anyway I stumbled on this thread so here goes.
It's a late 80s vertical scrolling shoot em up, you were a soldier wearing armour. There were mid level bosses and end of level bosses. I think there were approx 6 diff power ups which where letters representing parts that had to be collected through the level for jump you collect all jumps and you would have super jump or you could collect or you spread them to other parts like fire shield etc so you progressed evenly in the power ups.

Any help much appreciated, I thought it may have started with a P but it was a long time ago.

Cheers

Acejase:
Hi everyone, Ive been looking for this game for some time, played on an old arcade machine back in the day anyway I stumbled on this thread so here goes.
It's a late 80s vertical scrolling shoot em up, you were a soldier wearing armour. There were mid level bosses and end of level bosses. I think there were approx 6 diff power ups which where letters representing parts that had to be collected through the level for jump you collect all jumps and you would have super jump or you could collect or you spread them to other parts like fire shield etc so you progressed evenly in the power ups.

Any help much appreciated, I thought it may have started with a P but it was a long time ago.

Cheers

Outzone matches quite a few points you've listed.
There is a guy wearing an armor, there are some letters laying around on the floor you can collect. Check it out.

Probably not the game you're looking for, but on a side note, there is a comprehensive database of arcade games emulated by MAME, most of them containing a thumbnail picture taken from the game.

If it's there, I'm sure you'll recognize it much quicker than me :)

Hi everyone!
I've been looking around for this game and can't seem to find anything about it.
I played it at the arcades around 15-20 years ago (omg i'm old). It was a 2d shooter-like in which the protagonist and i think most of the enemies were humanoid cats. I'm pretty sure there were 5 or 6 levels each with final bosses (very much metal slug like), with the final level being some kind of heaven. Another thing i remember for sure is that a level (i think the 5th) was in some dark castle and the final boss was a vampire-cat, with a damaging move that consisted in him becoming a flock of bats which then merged together at your character location. I'm saying shooter because I remember at least some ranged attacks but i can't remember how the ammo/attack system worked.
Also i'm 99% sure it's not "Captain claw", although there are some similarities the gameplay and level structure isn't the same.
Can anybody help?
Thanks!

I played this game as a kid, probably late 90s or early 2000s.

It was a PC game where you were a young boy, maybe red hair who went to visit your weird scientist uncle or some relative with your sister. You went through the house and solved problems (math, science, whatever). I just remember it was kinda strange, like the family was really weird. Kinda a mad scientist vibe. And I sort of remember one of the rooms being this like Rock N Roll elvis type Rooster character.

I can't remember much else, but the graphics were pretty good by this point so it wasn't a very old game.

VoodooFX:

Jess Bunny:

Chris Moody:
I believe I played this game around the mid to late 90s. It was a point and click adventure type game and I want to say it was called Secrets of the Inca (but it could have been Maya or Aztec as well). I recall it being real pictures with real actors and you spent most if not all of your time in some ancient Mesoamerican city. If any of you could help I would greatly appreciate it.

Just joined this today looking for a game, not sure if its a massive coincidence but your game sounds the one I'm after...

I just posted this
"Hi, I don't know if anyone would know of this game. I think I had it either late 90's of early 00's but only had the demo version. It was a 1st person, point and click puzzle solving game. I think in the full game you would go between different times so not sure whether it was trying to be vaguely educational but the demo I had I believe was set in ancient Greece. You had a little robot sidekick helper guy with a funny voice at the bottom of the screen who would help guide you to find things, and in the this demo level you had to get some clay and push it into this vase you found to make a copy of a royal seal that you would then take back somewhere else to fire in a kiln, I think it was to use it to get past some guards later but the demo never got that far. If anyone can shed any light that would be wonderful, I have a feeling it may be a bit too obscure but worth a try.
Thank you :)"
If its the same one we should join forces... :)

Journeyman Project 3 - Legacy of Time, perhaps?
If not maybe one of other two Journeyman Project games...

OMG yes!!!!! That is it!!! Literally love you, that had been bugging me for ages :). Just googled it and the screenshots have the little robot dude in the corner, memories came flooding back :).
Thank you :)
xxx

P.S. Hope this is the one you were after too Chris :)

chairyl:
I played this game as a kid, probably late 90s or early 2000s.

It was a PC game where you were a young boy, maybe red hair who went to visit your weird scientist uncle or some relative with your sister. You went through the house and solved problems (math, science, whatever). I just remember it was kinda strange, like the family was really weird. Kinda a mad scientist vibe. And I sort of remember one of the rooms being this like Rock N Roll elvis type Rooster character.

I can't remember much else, but the graphics were pretty good by this point so it wasn't a very old game.

Sounds vaguely similar to Museum Madness, but not quite. Thought it may be worth mentioning...
If not sorry I couldn't help and happy hunting

VoodooFX:

Acejase:
Hi everyone, Ive been looking for this game for some time, played on an old arcade machine back in the day anyway I stumbled on this thread so here goes.
It's a late 80s vertical scrolling shoot em up, you were a soldier wearing armour. There were mid level bosses and end of level bosses. I think there were approx 6 diff power ups which where letters representing parts that had to be collected through the level for jump you collect all jumps and you would have super jump or you could collect or you spread them to other parts like fire shield etc so you progressed evenly in the power ups.

Any help much appreciated, I thought it may have started with a P but it was a long time ago.

Cheers

Outzone matches quite a few points you've listed.
There is a guy wearing an armor, there are some letters laying around on the floor you can collect. Check it out.

Probably not the game you're looking for, but on a side note, there is a comprehensive database of arcade games emulated by MAME, most of them containing a thumbnail picture taken from the game.

If it's there, I'm sure you'll recognize it much quicker than me :)

VoodooFX:

Acejase:
Hi everyone, Ive been looking for this game for some time, played on an old arcade machine back in the day anyway I stumbled on this thread so here goes.
It's a late 80s vertical scrolling shoot em up, you were a soldier wearing armour. There were mid level bosses and end of level bosses. I think there were approx 6 diff power ups which where letters representing parts that had to be collected through the level for jump you collect all jumps and you would have super jump or you could collect or you spread them to other parts like fire shield etc so you progressed evenly in the power ups.

Any help much appreciated, I thought it may have started with a P but it was a long time ago.

Cheers

Outzone matches quite a few points you've listed.
There is a guy wearing an armor, there are some letters laying around on the floor you can collect. Check it out.

Probably not the game you're looking for, but on a side note, there is a comprehensive database of arcade games emulated by MAME, most of them containing a thumbnail picture taken from the game.

If it's there, I'm sure you'll recognize it much quicker than me :)

No not outzone, I will another look in Mame but there so many games its not easy, I just thought somone might recognise it.

Thanks anyway.

Cheers

Hey guys, I'm wondering if ye can help me find a game. I only remember a small amount about it, but hopefully it's enough to figure it out.

All I remember is:

- You play a bald guy with an over sized head on a tricycle.

- You're collecting stuff (I can't remember what) while trying to avoid the police (who are also on tricycles).

- One level was on a rooftop.

- It was multiplayer, the second player was a female character with black hair and glasses (if I remember correctly).

- Both me and my brother believe it was called Criminal X but it's impossible for either us to find under that name.

I know it's not a lot to go by, but hopefully someone remembers the game.

Thanks in advance.

surfacetoair:
Hi everyone!
I've been looking around for this game and can't seem to find anything about it.
I played it at the arcades around 15-20 years ago (omg i'm old). It was a 2d shooter-like in which the protagonist and i think most of the enemies were humanoid cats. I'm pretty sure there were 5 or 6 levels each with final bosses (very much metal slug like), with the final level being some kind of heaven. Another thing i remember for sure is that a level (i think the 5th) was in some dark castle and the final boss was a vampire-cat, with a damaging move that consisted in him becoming a flock of bats which then merged together at your character location. I'm saying shooter because I remember at least some ranged attacks but i can't remember how the ammo/attack system worked.
Also i'm 99% sure it's not "Captain claw", although there are some similarities the gameplay and level structure isn't the same.
Can anybody help?
Thanks!

Magical Cat Adventure could be it ... Vampire Cat becoming ... flock of bats

Hi guys!
I'm cracking my brain over this one. I'm looking for this game that is about something (the player) that punch the ground which cause some kine of energy wave, the wave that is like the one in those physics graph where it starts from a high frequency at both sides of the player and it's frequency decreases and it increases its range of that wave at a longer distance that attacks enemies from both sides which i think that is either blue or pink, and the colour quite striking, it is a 2D game and it is little bit like super mario i think... Can anyone enlighten me? All help is appreciated deeply ^^ THANKS!

I'm hoping someone knows this game. My memory is vague and I might have conflated more than one game together. But this is what I think I played:

A pc game from 2007 or later. (I downloaded a free 1-hour trial) You're on an island or in the jungle. There is a resort. There are statues (maybe tiki) all over the island or resort, and at each one you have to solve a puzzle of some sort. The goal is to solve them all. You may have to unlock them before you can attempt to solve. There are also puzzles to solve to get around on the map - like you have to find pieces to repair a bridge, etc. I also remember something about employees of the resort missing, but I can't be sure.

If you're able to help, I greatly appreciate it!

Does anyone know the name of the game where you you can see the inside of a guy's apartment and then you go inside and your goal is to mess with him. How? You play all sorts of pranks on the guy like leaving pigs on his living room, exchanging his toothpaste with hot sauce and more. And you always have to be sneaky because the guy is always walking from room to room and so you have to do the same and hide. I used to play it in a neighbor's computer like 10 years ago... Can anyone help?

Jonhy77:
Does anyone know the name of the game where you you can see the inside of a guy's apartment and then you go inside and your goal is to mess with him. How? You play all sorts of pranks on the guy like leaving pigs on his living room, exchanging his toothpaste with hot sauce and more. And you always have to be sneaky because the guy is always walking from room to room and so you have to do the same and hide. I used to play it in a neighbor's computer like 10 years ago... Can anyone help?

On a neighbour's computer? How fitting. :-D

You're looking for the "Neighbours From Hell" (2004) series.

https://www.gog.com/game/neighbours_from_hell_compilation

Pixelhunter:

Jonhy77:
Does anyone know the name of the game where you you can see the inside of a guy's apartment and then you go inside and your goal is to mess with him. How? You play all sorts of pranks on the guy like leaving pigs on his living room, exchanging his toothpaste with hot sauce and more. And you always have to be sneaky because the guy is always walking from room to room and so you have to do the same and hide. I used to play it in a neighbor's computer like 10 years ago... Can anyone help?

On a neighbour's computer? How fitting. :-D

You're looking for the "Neighbours From Hell" (2004) series.

https://www.gog.com/game/neighbours_from_hell_compilation

OMG thank you so much! =P

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