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

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Okay there's no way in hell my description is going to be enough for an ID here but I thought I'd give it a shot: it's a PC game so old I was too young to know what an OS was. In fact, I don't know for sure exactly how old I was but it was around 20 years ago - I remember it was a game about vampires but don't remember where it was set (I wanna say London but that could very well be imprinting from all the London/vampire media since, so don't take that seriously). I think you play as a detective or just a regular guy whose girlfriend I think has been turned into a vampire or maybe she's just gone missing and you're trying to find her? Anyway, I specifically remember dying in the game and I think it was because I'd been bitten. I really can't remember what the gameplay was like at all - obviously pretty simplistic but I seriously can't remember many moving parts, as if maybe it was more of a choose-your-own-adventure novel-type game, where you "visit" certain places to get information through conversations with people but it's mostly text-based with relevant imagery in the background. Yeah! You know what, that sounds about right. I most vividly remember being disturbed by the abruptly dying thing, probably because I was like 8 or 9 years old and a big scaredy-cat, but also intrigued and secretly wanting to play more even though I was too afraid. At any rate, that's about the extent of my recollection - OH, and I think the death screen had a bat in the sky above a graveyard? Maybe a tomb with the character's name on it? Okay, I gotta admit that now I'm not feeling as strongly about any of that information after "OH". So all that at the end there with a grain of salt.

You can see where the trouble is here. Good luck!

Hello Everyone. I'm looking for a Ps3 game, it was sort of like a hack n slash game, the 3 choosable characters were an old mage, a woman who had 2 daggers and a guy I can't really remember. As the game started I had to defend a city from the enemy. I remember that as I played through i had to kill a lot of skeletons in one part. I really enjoyed playing it and i would play it again but hell I can't remember the name of this game. Please, If anyone can help me with finding this game, even a page where I can see through a lot of Ps3 games, I would be happy with it, just please help me. Thank You very much.

Patrik321:
Hello Everyone. I'm looking for a Ps3 game, it was sort of like a hack n slash game, the 3 choosable characters were an old mage, a woman who had 2 daggers and a guy I can't really remember. As the game started I had to defend a city from the enemy. I remember that as I played through i had to kill a lot of skeletons in one part. I really enjoyed playing it and i would play it again but hell I can't remember the name of this game. Please, If anyone can help me with finding this game, even a page where I can see through a lot of Ps3 games, I would be happy with it, just please help me. Thank You very much.

Try this list here? https://www.mobygames.com/browse/games/ps3/

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Patrik321:
Hello Everyone. I'm looking for a Ps3 game, it was sort of like a hack n slash game, the 3 choosable characters were an old mage, a woman who had 2 daggers and a guy I can't really remember. As the game started I had to defend a city from the enemy. I remember that as I played through i had to kill a lot of skeletons in one part. I really enjoyed playing it and i would play it again but hell I can't remember the name of this game. Please, If anyone can help me with finding this game, even a page where I can see through a lot of Ps3 games, I would be happy with it, just please help me. Thank You very much.

Try this list here? https://www.mobygames.com/browse/games/ps3/

Thank you, after hours of searching i found it. I really appreciate Your help!

Patrik321:
Thank you, after hours of searching i found it. I really appreciate Your help!

You're welcome! Glad you found it.

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Gabby Morin:
Okay there's no way in hell my description is going to be enough for an ID here but I thought I'd give it a shot: it's a PC game so old I was too young to know what an OS was. In fact, I don't know for sure exactly how old I was but it was around 20 years ago - I remember it was a game about vampires but don't remember where it was set (I wanna say London but that could very well be imprinting from all the London/vampire media since, so don't take that seriously). I think you play as a detective or just a regular guy whose girlfriend I think has been turned into a vampire or maybe she's just gone missing and you're trying to find her? Anyway, I specifically remember dying in the game and I think it was because I'd been bitten. I really can't remember what the gameplay was like at all - obviously pretty simplistic but I seriously can't remember many moving parts, as if maybe it was more of a choose-your-own-adventure novel-type game, where you "visit" certain places to get information through conversations with people but it's mostly text-based with relevant imagery in the background. Yeah! You know what, that sounds about right. I most vividly remember being disturbed by the abruptly dying thing, probably because I was like 8 or 9 years old and a big scaredy-cat, but also intrigued and secretly wanting to play more even though I was too afraid. At any rate, that's about the extent of my recollection - OH, and I think the death screen had a bat in the sky above a graveyard? Maybe a tomb with the character's name on it? Okay, I gotta admit that now I'm not feeling as strongly about any of that information after "OH". So all that at the end there with a grain of salt.

You can see where the trouble is here. Good luck!

Still a bit of a needle-in-a-haystack, but here is a list of vampire themed games.

matezz06:
Hello,

I'm looking for old real/time strategy game with following characteristics:
- it was game when you could build different tanks in factories which could be upgraded base on scientist point to produce better/stronger units (each factory was specialized to make only one type of unit)
- you could also build walking robots from special plants
- for points you were also able to build fixed defense units to protect your factories, scientist buildings and main tower
- the main tower produced something like alien spaceship which could destroy enemy buildings/defense towers or repair yours
- you could also call special air units which destroys certain area once or bring you additional units
- there was also moving unit with the power of nuke, when it was destroyed (you were sending it as closer as possible to enemy area)
- the last mission was unreal, i have never done it :D also I remember mission where you protected 4 these nuclear units with these robots

Thanks for helping, I have a feeling, it had a word WAR in the name of the game.

im looking for the same game i have a felling its name was world of war or something like that

Hi all .

I remember playing a realtime map strategy game , you were the blue and the enemy was green
you have factories to build tanks each type of tank has its own factory and you and upgrade it to get more powerfull tanks of the same type

i remember there were 3 or 4 types of tanks a laser one and a long barrel type canon one and a normal one

later on in the game you cam build walking robot and has the same types of the tanks

you cant build new buildings only take enemy buildings and make it yours after you destroy it so its not red alert and you can build fixed defense points

you call more than 1 type of airstrikes , you also have the main tower building which makes a UFO that can repair buildings and damage enemy buildings , you and the enemy have main towers

i saw 2 people already posted about this game but nobody replied to them . Thanks all

Alright, I'm looking for a new game.

In this game, you play as a man who witnesses bunnies raining from the sky, causing havoc, while sleeping in your bed. On your way, you collect pistols and a radio. In the game, you go thorugh loads of bunnies, killing them. The game had different routes based on how well you did. If you didn't do well, you would get a time piece that allows you to go back time and teleport into yourself that was supposed to get out and do this mission. In the game, you could collect weapons, including a special weapon you can get by cutting off a robot's arm. I can also remember that you can get gadgets by collecting keys in the game, which you can collect more with each run. You also had the power to lunge foward and backwards, allowing you to get a little bit more air, dodge enemy attacks and shoot while lunging. I remember that the game had walljumping as well.

It is a PC game. Hopefully someone knows what game I'm talking about so I can download it again and play again.

mayfly118:
Hi,
I'm trying to find the name of an old racing game. It's a 2D Nascar style racing game. It was a side view and you raced around an oval style track. The controls were strange for a racing game. On the straits left and right increased your speed. Up and down move you that way on the track. On the corners at each end you had to slow down to a certain speed first and if I remember right it turned your automatically. I think it was a shareware game in the 90's maybe on a PCZONE / PCGAMER cd???
It had Nascar cars, pit stops and you raced for alot of laps / coud choose no. laps. Crashing also spun your can in a pre animated way i believe.
Any one remember this game???

Dear all,
The game I'm looking for must have been released between 2000 and 2005. I thought it was the first TellTale game ever released, but it just turned out I was wrong. The way I remember it is that it was a sort of point-and-click adventure of sorts with what I thought to be kid's TV show characters ? la Thunderbirds are Go, some sort of cutesy big-headed doll characters that (sparingly) populated the various screens that made up the playable area, which I believe to be a village of sorts. It's not the Smurfs. I couldn't find any Thunderbirds game that would fit the description. I'm about to go mad. If you remember the title or point me to a helpful resource, it would be much appreciated.

There was this game I played where you could take different monster forms based on animals. If anyone knows of such a game or knows the name, please let me know.

i have a few games i wish i could rediscover but describing them is not easy.

the first one was a game where you were some sort of robot, and the objective of the game (from what i played and can remember) was to collect floppy disk shaped "data disks" and put them in various terminals around the level, i believe there were enemy robots of various types but i think i only dealth with bug type ones, as for the look of it, i believe it was a 2.5D type game.

the second one is likely a fan made game or some kind of test for a game, it was a mario (the nintendo character) themed game which was 2.5D, unlike normal mario games the player simply walked around the level and could speak to various characters (who never moved and only stood in place) after a few minutes a row of fireballs would come from the top of the screen in a horizontal line and always kill the player so i never got to figure out what it was about, i remember the level being a grassy area with shrub walls in some places and a pipe that was on the far left side of the map which was hard to reach on time and im unsure if it was useable.

the next two i played at the same time period (as i believe they were on a disk or set of disks together, possible the galaxy of games series), the first game was a really weird FPS style game where you would walk through a mostly whiteish or brick maze with a gun or fist and would kill enemies, one of the enemies was a big smiley face which made weird sounds, and you had to always watch your back as enemies would come out of nowhere and kill you.
The second game is going to be really tough to describe but here goes, from what i recal you played as a stick man or a pencil drawn guy, and you would be in a really open white or possibly textured area and would find these structures which were basically white blocks grouped together, and some of them were in geometric patters and you had to climb on and around them to find or get something, but i never got to play the game very long.

and the final one is a game which i only played very briefly when i was very very young so between 95-2005 it was on a floppy disk, and all it consisted of was two 3D white octagonal polygon platforms and a rope between them all on a pure black background, you played as a bipedal reptile of some sort and to beat the first level you had to jump from your platform to the rope and land on the other platform, but i never managed as it was difficult to play and i lost the disk not long after finding it, i think the player character was green and everything else was white while the background was completely black, its entirely possible it was some sort of demo disk for something but there is no record of it at all anywhere that i can find, it would be nice to be able to at least learn the name of these extremely obscure games.

Agent_Z:
There was this game I played where you could take different monster forms based on animals. If anyone knows of such a game or knows the name, please let me know.

i may not be correct, but there was a book series called Animorphs which maybe has some games made with its theme, the series is about people who can transform into any animal they have previously come in contact with to fight bad guys, and they had an alien friend. so perhaps that is the name of the game?

Agent_Z:
There was this game I played where you could take different monster forms based on animals. If anyone knows of such a game or knows the name, please let me know.

could be altered beast . there is the old arcade/sega version which is a beat-em-up and there was also a remake for the ps2 which is more akin to the 3d horror genre like resident evil

flamesofshadow:
i have a few games i wish i could rediscover but describing them is not easy.

the first one was a game where you were some sort of robot, and the objective of the game (from what i played and can remember) was to collect floppy disk shaped "data disks" and put them in various terminals around the level, i believe there were enemy robots of various types but i think i only dealth with bug type ones, as for the look of it, i believe it was a 2.5D type game.

the second one is likely a fan made game or some kind of test for a game, it was a mario (the nintendo character) themed game which was 2.5D, unlike normal mario games the player simply walked around the level and could speak to various characters (who never moved and only stood in place) after a few minutes a row of fireballs would come from the top of the screen in a horizontal line and always kill the player so i never got to figure out what it was about, i remember the level being a grassy area with shrub walls in some places and a pipe that was on the far left side of the map which was hard to reach on time and im unsure if it was useable.

the next two i played at the same time period (as i believe they were on a disk or set of disks together, possible the galaxy of games series), the first game was a really weird FPS style game where you would walk through a mostly whiteish or brick maze with a gun or fist and would kill enemies, one of the enemies was a big smiley face which made weird sounds, and you had to always watch your back as enemies would come out of nowhere and kill you.
The second game is going to be really tough to describe but here goes, from what i recal you played as a stick man or a pencil drawn guy, and you would be in a really open white or possibly textured area and would find these structures which were basically white blocks grouped together, and some of them were in geometric patters and you had to climb on and around them to find or get something, but i never got to play the game very long.

and the final one is a game which i only played very briefly when i was very very young so between 95-2005 it was on a floppy disk, and all it consisted of was two 3D white octagonal polygon platforms and a rope between them all on a pure black background, you played as a bipedal reptile of some sort and to beat the first level you had to jump from your platform to the rope and land on the other platform, but i never managed as it was difficult to play and i lost the disk not long after finding it, i think the player character was green and everything else was white while the background was completely black, its entirely possible it was some sort of demo disk for something but there is no record of it at all anywhere that i can find, it would be nice to be able to at least learn the name of these extremely obscure games.

Third one (the one with smiley faces) might be Faceball 2000 (aka MIDI Maze)

[/quote] Third one (the one with smiley faces) might be Faceball 2000 (aka MIDI Maze)[/quote]

nope just checked for that and that looks newer than the one im thinking of, the game was mostly black and white, i dont remember if the smiley enemy was or not but it was wierd (kind of a 16 bit sprite in a 3d environment)

zion_jah:

KaiYLowell:

zion_jah:
I've actually remembered one more. Guess it was around 99-02 when I played it. It was probably just a demo 1 level, but can't be sure.
Have a vivid memory of alien as a waiter in some spaceship and if I'm correct, you needed to shoot some bottles in the bar.(!?!?)
Don't know if it was a task, or I did that just cause game allowed me, haha.

Graphics were quite nice, but aren't they all when you remember only glance of childhood. In my mind it's probably lot better than the game actually was back then.

Nevertheless, if someone remembers similar plot, write it down guys!

Hmm, this sounds like it may well be Space Quest 6. There's a bar with an alien waiter very close to the beginning.

Nah, this one is from 1995. My game was at least 5+ years newer. I remember it being a FPS (hmm), you were holding some sort of a space gun, and there was a bar with that alienish looking bartender in something that looked like a spaceship. Don't know. It's really hard to dig up this tiny pieces of memory. But i'll continue to post. So far 3/3 on this forum, I'm not even afraid someone will remember this game.

Btw, it probably wasn't a big title. Got a feeling I've played a small demo from CD of a PC magazine my father used to read at that time.

Thanks for trying nevertheless, I appreciate it.

Just got back on this forum after 1-2 years.. You guys found 3 games I was looking for and I'm eternally grateful for that. Although, there wasn't answers for this one.. If someone can help, pls do! Thanks.

zion_jah:

zion_jah:

KaiYLowell:

Hmm, this sounds like it may well be Space Quest 6. There's a bar with an alien waiter very close to the beginning.

Nah, this one is from 1995. My game was at least 5+ years newer. I remember it being a FPS (hmm), you were holding some sort of a space gun, and there was a bar with that alienish looking bartender in something that looked like a spaceship. Don't know. It's really hard to dig up this tiny pieces of memory. But i'll continue to post. So far 3/3 on this forum, I'm not even afraid someone will remember this game.

Btw, it probably wasn't a big title. Got a feeling I've played a small demo from CD of a PC magazine my father used to read at that time.

Thanks for trying nevertheless, I appreciate it.

Just got back on this forum after 1-2 years.. You guys found 3 games I was looking for and I'm eternally grateful for that. Although, there wasn't answers for this one.. If someone can help, pls do! Thanks.

Could it have been Space Rogue? It doesn't exactly match your description, but there is apparently a minigame found at every bar.

flamesofshadow:

[...]
The second game is going to be really tough to describe but here goes, from what i recal you played as a stick man or a pencil drawn guy, and you would be in a really open white or possibly textured area and would find these structures which were basically white blocks grouped together, and some of them were in geometric patters and you had to climb on and around them to find or get something, but i never got to play the game very long.
[...]

Could this have been "Echochrome" on the PS3 or PSVita?

Hi... I am looking for a game/ company of early 2000s I think? the company's logo is an orange ... or red swirl, I think it was kind or textured or it looks like sega's dreamcast system, except it's not... bc these games were made for the PC/ Mac OS (inset # here i dont remember, whichever ones that were big and had different colors like blue and pink), and i think the swirl animated each time it appeared . These games were 2d , and the art if i recall looks like it's done in watercolors, a lot like the illustrator of rhode dahl's books . point and click game for kids i think. One of the games they made was a witch game ,you had to do some things in a witch town or something? another game was one where there was a hot air balloon, and there was one character / man that gave you a task where he asked you to make some tea for him. you had to choose from some actual herbs he gave you, but you had to choose the right ones that are edible IRL or else they could be poisonous just like IRL. I think the hot air balloon crashed into an area or something and the game story's point is to get it afloat again or something.
i can vaguely remember that the main characters are the characters you play as, i think it's a blond haired kid and his sister and they are all British or something, unless if i am mixing it up with a tv show (which i am not looking for, im looking for the game title/ company title)
thanks for helping in advance

Hi... I am looking for a game/ company of early 2000s I think? the company's logo is an orange ... or red swirl, I think it was kind or textured or it looks like sega's dreamcast system, except it's not... bc these games were made for the PC/ Mac OS (inset # here i dont remember, whichever ones that were big and had different colors like blue and pink), and i think the swirl animated each time it appeared . These games were 2d , and the art if i recall looks like it's done in watercolors, a lot like the illustrator of rhode dahl's books . point and click game for kids i think. One of the games they made was a witch game ,you had to do some things in a witch town or something? another game was one where there was a hot air balloon, and there was one character / man that gave you a task where he asked you to make some tea for him. you had to choose from some actual herbs he gave you, but you had to choose the right ones that are edible IRL or else they could be poisonous just like IRL. I think the hot air balloon crashed into an area or something and the game story's point is to get it afloat again or something.
i can vaguely remember that the main characters are the characters you play as, i think it's a blond haired kid and his sister and they are all British or something, unless if i am mixing it up with a tv show (which i am not looking for, im looking for the game title/ company title)
thanks for helping in advance

sorry idk why it posted twice

This is probably a looooong shot but lets give it a whirl.

2D FPS from back in the shareware days when they were still called Doom clones. The main things that I remember was that there was acid ammo for the shotgun and possibly exploding ammo as well. The main enemies were cultists I think wearing red and green robes and the level I remember playing was set outside at night in a mansion ground type setting.

Second game is the same 2D Doom Clone but I remember even less. Shareware level was set in an office and you could find a Glock on top of the waterfall in the reception area.

Edit: nevermind, found them Damage Incorporated and Prime Target.

Pixelhunter:

flamesofshadow:

[...]
The second game is going to be really tough to describe but here goes, from what I recall you played as a stick man or a pencil drawn guy, and you would be in a really open white or possibly textured area and would find these structures which were basically white blocks grouped together, and some of them were in geometric patterns and you had to climb on and around them to find or get something, but I never got to play the game very long.
[...]

Could this have been "Echochrome" on the PS3 or PSVita?

no it was in the early 2000s, it actually had much more space to do things than echochrome but I have no idea if it was an egames galaxy of games game or not but I have never seen a game quite like it since, and the all-white thing could be wrong, it was so long ago that I really cannot remember most of the details except that it had all sorts of different shaped platforms in a free roam type environment

shuwenjelly:

shuwenjelly:
Please, someone help me remember this game.
You played as a purple balled named Ollie or something. It was like a point and click game. There was a part where you had to help a moose fix something, a horseshoe I suppose. In the map with the moose, there was a furnace. He was like a blacksmith I think. And there was a carnival map there too.

I'm 16 now. I played it when I was 5 or 6. I've been searching for 2 years..

its been 4 years i still cant find it :(

still cant find it..

zetorun:

zetorun:
Does anyone know which game this is?

zetorun:
I am looking for a PC game from early 2000's that was set in medieval times. I remember walking around in a castle, going into soldiers rooms searching their chests and reading their letters or stealing their clothes.And when i wanted to see what my character is wearing it would show it on Leonardo Da Vinci's Vitruvian man. This is all i can remember about the game i hope someone can help, been searching for years. Thanks...

silverfox:

zetorun:

zetorun:
Does anyone know which game this is?

That is probably Siege of Avalon.

Hello everyone, I'm interested in an old Diablo-like game where the action occurs on a planet where the main enemies are some of alien species. Your objective, as I remember, was to destroy their big eggs. During the loading screens you can obverse a ship carrying those eggs, 8 to 10 in number.

You began in a human base, the weapons were pistols at first, elementals pistols. Afterwards, you will find rifles. The weapons I have used were based on laser. Just like in Diablo II, the NPCs were traders of specific items, like a smith, a healer, a quest giver etc. The atmosphere felt futuristic, the controls were point and click (I hope I remember correctly) and the graphics, old.

Even if it's a game or a Diablo II mod, I hope you can help me.

MarchHatchet:
Hello everyone, I'm interested in an old Diablo-like game where the action occurs on a planet where the main enemies are some of alien species. Your objective, as I remember, was to destroy their big eggs. During the loading screens you can obverse a ship carrying those eggs, 8 to 10 in number.

You began in a human base, the weapons were pistols at first, elementals pistols. Afterwards, you will find rifles. The weapons I have used were based on laser. Just like in Diablo II, the NPCs were traders of specific items, like a smith, a healer, a quest giver etc. The atmosphere felt futuristic, the controls were point and click (I hope I remember correctly) and the graphics, old.

Even if it's a game or a Diablo II mod, I hope you can help me.

Was it one of these:

Alien Shooter
Alien Shooter 2 Conscription
Greed: Black Border
Imperatum
Space Siege

Krista Hamilton:
Alright, so I'm thinking of a game that I used to play at school in the early to mid 2000's. It was a game similar to Kid Pix but it had a lot more to it I think. I think I remember it having some sort of menu system in a room inside of a treehouse and you clicked on various objects to take you to different parts of the game. I think there was one for reading and others for different subjects, but I didn't use those. I always went with the arts option where you were taken to a screen with an open blank journal that you could type whatever you wanted into it, but you could also put drawings in as well. The different drawing features played songs whenever you used them. For instance, whenever you clicked and held to erase, it played a certain song as you did so. When you let go of the mouse button, the song stopped. I also remember that there was a video that I think would play at the start of the game and maybe also at different parts where a live-action man dressed as a clown (who was also a bee for some reason) talked to you as he was flying. It was a really odd and obscure game as far as I knew, but I absolutely loved it and have been scouring the internet for it for hours now. Please help!

Wow, this was from ages ago. I forgot all about this. Still no ideas?

This game was on those old pc demo cd game . Where you need to go inside houses to complete level.. if i remember correctly characters was potatoes or something vegetable . You can drive car and it was like red alert game camera angle. Very colorfully .. hope someone catch correct game. And there was bad peoples trying to get you. I think it was turn based game.

Hi guys. I'm still trying to find a game that was something like this. I played it on a Windows 98 machine in the early 2000s. It was a 2D side-scrolling battleship game where you were in control of the ship on the top of the screen, you could move it only to the left or right. The one I'm looking for has a very bright blue sea (maybe I played it in 256 colors mode??). There was a small portion of the sky above the ship you were in control of too. You were standing on the sea level at the top of the screen. There were enemies (submarines most of the time) below the sea level to destroy with bombs (very wobbly when dropped) and missiles. These enemies, would eventually go up to your ship and if they hit you, you would lose a life (i think) or there was a health bar somewhere. The game was divided into at least 10 stages (that's the maximum I've reached back in the day) and every 3 or 5 stages, there was a "special" or "bonus" stage where you were be able to call air strike (they would appear on the small portion of sky I mentioned before) to destroy enemies and get loads of points. I remember if you saw enemies in a straight line and if you hit them they would explode progressively giving you a multiplier in points. And the music?? OMG it was good and catchy. For some reason, I remember "WIN" in the title. I would like to play it again today to see if I can go past the 10th stage. :)[/spoiler][/quote]

Hi everyone,

Im trying to find a game that I used to play in primary school, so early 2000's. The game was downloaded on our school computers and it was a role playing game where you would need to send and receive emails in order to solve some sort of mystery. It was set in a town and you could move around to different areas for clues and meet people who would help you. I really cant remember anything else about it but I would love to find it!!

flap30:

flap30:

flap30:
trying to remember a pc game from 90s maybe early 00s. You were on the set of a crime mystery and you had to create a movie by picking clues that made the most sense. I remember one clue with a handkerchief that had the initials ff embroidered. I almost remember a man at a newsstand that gave you hints. any thoughts???

anyone??

Ok more clues that I remembered
-there was a redheaded woman who was one of the main characters and she says "i haven't touched a thing" as her clue
-you can get a clue from the guy at the newsstand
-a handkerchief with embroidered initials was a clue
-something about a fat man sleeping in a chair was important
-i believe you were trying to make a movie, but to do so you had to pick clues that made sense in the story and you couldn't progress or make your movie if you picked the wrong clues
help!!!!

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