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

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Here's one I've been struggling with: late nineties game, probably on a shareware disk. There were rats running around, male and female. If they met they produced babies, puting more rats on the field. I remember really weird rat mating sounds. It was the player's job to get rid of the rats. That was iirc the whole game. Really simple but i can't for the life of me recall its name....

shewitt:
I wonder if anyone knows what on earth I am talking about.....
I'm trying to remember a game that would have been played on a desktop PC in the 90's.

I don't remember there being much to it other than it being based around a dolphin like animal. I think a lot of the time you were just watching scenery like a pond or something and there were day and night phases to it. There were other animals that you'd spot as well, I think they were fantasy type creatures, atmospheric sounds etc.....
Gosh that's a bit thin but hope someone has a clue what I'm talking about! It is driving me mad not remembering the name of it.

So I made this post over 4 years ago but today got the answer. It was called Fin Fin on Teo the Magic Planet. I will sleep well tonight.

Vorlayn:
Here's one I've been struggling with: late nineties game, probably on a shareware disk. There were rats running around, male and female. If they met they produced babies, puting more rats on the field. I remember really weird rat mating sounds. It was the player's job to get rid of the rats. That was iirc the whole game. Really simple but i can't for the life of me recall its name....

That is probably Rats! which came out in 1994 but was later ported to iPhone in 2009.

RelativityMan:

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

Unfortunately, no. First of all, the game I've played was more like a point and click, just like Diablo II, mentioned above. Second, the game itself is old. I remember playing it around 2006-2007, so the game is older then that.

mousecake:
Alright everyone, I have 1 other game I'd like help in (thanks again for being awesome!):

Key points:
-90s/early 2000s pc game
-top-down
-possible rts
- not specifically a shooter as each character had their strengths and weaknesses

This one is tricky because I only played a small part of the demo, but I remember it being a top-down sort or rts where you have a group of around 5ish survivors in what I think is an alien invasion. Each survor has it's own unique name and character design (I remember one having a lab coat?) You click on where you want them to go and who will be the first to explore a room or if you will lock a door. I remember a lab where you fight a few creatures, but it has some capsules to the left wall of the room where you can be safe in or maybe heal. One of the big standouts is that I could scroll away to see the whole map and what looked like an alien queen was on the far right corner of the map and it would spawn more and more creatures that would overtake the world very quickly. It always made me too scared to make progress...I'd hide in that lab forever and give up!

Closest game I found is Alien Shooters 2(similar atmosphere), but it doesn't look like the game play is the same.

I want redemption!!! XD
I was around 6 when I played this and it was the scariest game I had ever dared to play at the time, so my apologies for the terrible description(I also didn't speak English at the time which didn't help...)
Thanks!!

Is this an Enemy Infestation?

hanslord53:
Well Let me try this again.

I remember playing a game and you can only move left to right. It revolves around a girl that tries to beat the light. But first you need be master in dark arts. It has weird vibe in it.

Help me identify this game so i can sleep peacefully again LOL

Bump

im looking for this game i remember i dont remember what the gameplay was like but i remember it had a big box with a black hole swallowing asteroids and meteorites.

So I've looked around trying to find this game with no success.
It was a shareware game, I believe I bought it off one of those little stands with the 3.5in floppies of shareware. It would have been around 95 or 96. The game was first person and essentially a roguelike. You started the game and it randomly generated your class, starting items, and the world. The entire world was rendered with what I remember as colored polygons. No textures at all. The gameplay was either completely turn based or psuedo turn based with a timer, I can't remember which.

You would wander around in this "3d" world and kill monsters for loot and just keep going until you died. I never played the full non shareware version of the game. The controls where completely keyboard, no mouse input.

I remember the game having a weird almost comical name something like barry's world or daves adventure or something like that.

Edit: One other thing I just remembered is that one of my favorite things to do in the game was to charm monsters and make them fight each other.

Thanks in advance!

This one is a long shot...

This is a game that was on the school computer in the mid 1990s (I went to school in the UK). I only played it briefly, but I'm curious about seeing it again.

The game featured still images in colour; you could not see your character. It was one of those games in which a text box tells you something that's happened, and then it would give you a few options.

I believe the first part of the game involved moving through a castle, and finding a rope to escape. In another part of the game, you came across a pond where there were fairies. The game asked me if I wanted to take part in their fairy dance and I said "no." The game said that the fairies were offended that I didn't want to dance with them, and I was punished for it.

I remember some girls in my class were playing it one day, and they had a choice between three items to take on their journey. One of the items offered was gold.

A classmate told me that the secret word for completing the game was "book", but I never got to the end of the game so it didn't really make sense to me.

I would be really impressed if someone knows what game this is.

Ners:

Ners:
So, can't remember a game, it was some sort of action/shooter based. No close known timeframes but I used to play it on a WinXP machine around 2009 perhaps? +/- couple of years, likely older.
After a couple of clicks through the main menus (red-black themed, some pictures and an intro/cutscene I think) you show up as an armored person/soldier in some sort of a valley surrounded with another few soldiers, each having a different set of weapons I think. You could individually control each unit. The main theme color of the game overall was red, like red-orange-yellow(?) and any shades around those, it was literally all red-shaded. From the grounds and grass up to the skies as well, except soldier units, those were black and structures(?) those were more grayish.
The surroundings were kind of like steppes, low steppe-like grass, lots of tiny hills and valleys covered in grass and some larger mountains in the horizont, felt like a desert.
Moving some further you'd encounter some enemy units and some flags waving around, or was it some poles? Can't recall, but it definitely was something alike. Eventually you'd end up finding some kind of conctrete/metal structure/bridge(?) up on a huge hill and few trees around which were similar to those of GTA SA, huge&high, they were also scattered around the fields but nothing in large amounts.
This is the further I came and that's all I get to remember, guess there was some mission to be done but as a kid back then and with lack of english knowledge, it wasn't something I went after and likely the reason I can't remember what it was about, it's mostly visual memories.
Anyone got a clue what I'm talking about?

BUMP!

...anyone?

Ners:

Ners:

Ners:
So, can't remember a game, it was some sort of action/shooter based. No close known timeframes but I used to play it on a WinXP machine around 2009 perhaps? +/- couple of years, likely older.
After a couple of clicks through the main menus (red-black themed, some pictures and an intro/cutscene I think) you show up as an armored person/soldier in some sort of a valley surrounded with another few soldiers, each having a different set of weapons I think. You could individually control each unit. The main theme color of the game overall was red, like red-orange-yellow(?) and any shades around those, it was literally all red-shaded. From the grounds and grass up to the skies as well, except soldier units, those were black and structures(?) those were more grayish.
The surroundings were kind of like steppes, low steppe-like grass, lots of tiny hills and valleys covered in grass and some larger mountains in the horizont, felt like a desert.
Moving some further you'd encounter some enemy units and some flags waving around, or was it some poles? Can't recall, but it definitely was something alike. Eventually you'd end up finding some kind of conctrete/metal structure/bridge(?) up on a huge hill and few trees around which were similar to those of GTA SA, huge&high, they were also scattered around the fields but nothing in large amounts.
This is the further I came and that's all I get to remember, guess there was some mission to be done but as a kid back then and with lack of english knowledge, it wasn't something I went after and likely the reason I can't remember what it was about, it's mostly visual memories.
Anyone got a clue what I'm talking about?

BUMP!

...anyone?

How old did the game look?
Like really old as eg. "Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri"(1996) or more modern like "Chrome: SpecForce" (2005)?
And could you really directly control each unit, or just give orders?

Pixelhunter:

Ners:

Ners:
[quote="Ners" post="9.166417.24233315"]So, can't remember a game, it was some sort of action/shooter based. No close known timeframes but I used to play it on a WinXP machine around 2009 perhaps? +/- couple of years, likely older.
After a couple of clicks through the main menus (red-black themed, some pictures and an intro/cutscene I think) you show up as an armored person/soldier in some sort of a valley surrounded with another few soldiers, each having a different set of weapons I think. You could individually control each unit. The main theme color of the game overall was red, like red-orange-yellow(?) and any shades around those, it was literally all red-shaded. From the grounds and grass up to the skies as well, except soldier units, those were black and structures(?) those were more grayish.
The surroundings were kind of like steppes, low steppe-like grass, lots of tiny hills and valleys covered in grass and some larger mountains in the horizont, felt like a desert.
Moving some further you'd encounter some enemy units and some flags waving around, or was it some poles? Can't recall, but it definitely was something alike. Eventually you'd end up finding some kind of conctrete/metal structure/bridge(?) up on a huge hill and few trees around which were similar to those of GTA SA, huge&high, they were also scattered around the fields but nothing in large amounts.
This is the further I came and that's all I get to remember, guess there was some mission to be done but as a kid back then and with lack of english knowledge, it wasn't something I went after and likely the reason I can't remember what it was about, it's mostly visual memories.
Anyone got a clue what I'm talking about?

BUMP!

...anyone?

Is it by any chance one of the games in the Commandos or Men of War series? Are you positive it's a shooter? If not there are so many names that come in mind even Command and Conquer and Company of Heroes and such.

cristyro:

Pixelhunter:

Ners:

BUMP!

...anyone?

Is it by any chance one of the games in the Commandos or Men of War series? Are you positive it's a shooter? If not there are so many names that come in mind even Command and Conquer and Company of Heroes and such.

Yeah, I suppose there was some sort of a mission/path needed to walk over, enemy units were located here and there which you had to take out, it never felt like a flashy fast-paced shooting game though, one thing I should've noted in the original post, it wasn't a WW2 themed game, it felt a bit more recent, though how much I can't recall.

Pixelhunter:

Ners:

Ners:

BUMP!

...anyone?

How old did the game look?
Like really old as eg. "Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri"(1996) or more modern like "Chrome: SpecForce" (2005)?
And could you really directly control each unit, or just give orders?

From a smaller picture search, Chrome: SpecForce is closer to the looks out of the two, actually it's quite close, those dull colors, just more red-orange based. One information I forgot in the original post is that it's not a WW2 based game or older, the weapons/soldiers felt way more recent, perhaps slightly futuristic aswell, though I'm not really sure about that. As for the units, yeah, I remember swapping between them, being able to move them too, think they also had a slightly different weapon set (hmm, pistols, knifes, some rifle types?, grenades and think there was even a sniper rifle, guessing at this point), perhaps they had different utilities/suitable for different tasks, not sure anymore.

Hello

Im looking for a PC game that probbably came out around 2000-2010,I played it using an app that allowed you to play it only for 2 hours for free,then you had to pay to play more.
The game is sorta Strategy/RPG where you play as a woman leading a band of soldiers in a desert. When on map you can travel to find bandits or enter any towns you find.
In towns you recruit new soldiers,upgrade and heal your wounded men.

So it was a PS1 game I remember playing with my brother. As much as my memory can recall, it was very similar to a PC game called Need For Madness. It shared similar game mechanics, vehicle models, graphics and much more. I remember on a CD back cover, the center box preview had a vehicle passing by the bridge that was dark brown or something. The shot was taken on top view. Gameplay was slightly different from PC game, NFM. I remember there was a deserted canyon where you can race with others. You randomly shrunk in size and went back to normal. A formula (the same from NFM) was able to go under monster truck because it was small and "portable". It was able to finish first. I also remember the entire game looking rusty, as in desert yellow color. In that canyon, you also had a chance to push other vehicles off and get the lead. The bridge from the back cover was a nightmare. It was a place where it was so easy to be knocked off as it was a bit thin. If you need, I can 10/10 (which sarcastically means bad) draw some examples for you. Monster truck was also the best vehicle in the game as it was easy to knock others off with it and take the lead when smaller in size (as fast formulas couldn't get past you that easily). I also know a person who ALSO knows this game but can't remember its name.

Our discords are:
(i am) a hentai expert#0500 (me)
ClassyTuxedo#5375 (person that ALSO knows this game)

Trying to remember the name of this flash game I played... It's a side scroller, by the way. You start off as this epic immortal god in cool armor with an awesome sword, and you're killing off any and all enemies without a scratch coming on you. Absolutely invincible. But something makes you lose your power, and you become a mortal with hardly any defenses. Now these same enemies that you were killing with ease, you must kill to regain your strength. You fight through... 3 areas I believe? Maybe 4. After the completion of each one, you unlock an outfit that increases a specific stat to help you in your quest. After completing the final area, you have the same armor and weapon from the beginning, but you're not quite immortal. Just hard to kill. A few friends tried to say that this was a lot of games, but certainly they can't be more wrong, right? Hopefully this description is clear enough to find out what the flash game is.

Hey team, trying to find a game that's lost to the ages of time. Can't remember the name; all I can remember is that the intro featured a bunch of tanks on parade and the theme was Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca. Gameplay was somewhat 'Risk'like iirc, but I can't trust my memory that far back.

Many points to whomever can figure out what I'm talking about.

The game I'm looking for is a point-and-click child's educational game about nature. It was about a story of a camp with bug people. It started out with a door, where your name was asked. When you chose the name it would show as a sign on the door. The door would open to a young boy's bedroom (you are the boy) and there's a book at the side of the bed wide open. As you approach it you go into the book and it's a camp with bug people. A blue beetle guy introduces you and helps you around the entire game. You have to get a certain amount of different things from playing different mini games a around the camp to complete the game. I distinctly remember the blue beetle saying the phrase ollie ollie oxenfree. It looks like Quarky and Quaysoo's Turbo Science (but I'm pretty sure it isn't). It also might not be bugs.

A friend of mine is looking for an old game he loved, but has no idea of the name. Says it was some time around when WoW was booming, possibly during Burning Crusade.

Details he can remember:
-Some sort of open-world-ish (maybe dungeon crawler) RPG, 3rd person, early or mid 3D graphics almost WoW-like, PC
-You choose from 4 classes : assassin(woman), sorcerer/wizard, some kind of warrior, doesn't remember 4th
-Your armor/gear doesn't change from items (he's not even sure if there were items in the game), but by progressing or leveling up
-Final boss is in some fiery hell-shit room, tentacles and shit everywhere and there are phases where you have to hop some platforms
-Towns you visit in-between dungeons don't have much exploration. He explained it was like a long corridor and you just pick what to interact with like shops

If anyone has any idea at all, shoot. Even if it's not what we're looking for it might help pin the game down.

that looks just like the game i remember!!! i dont know how you were able to think of it in all my ramblings, but thank you!!!

note:(can't seem to be able to delete the duplicate post....)

notsofast:

Is this an Enemy Infestation?

that looks just like the game i remember!!! i dont know how you were able to think of it in all my ramblings, but thank you!!!

Ners:

Ners:

Ners:
So, can't remember a game, it was some sort of action/shooter based. No close known timeframes but I used to play it on a WinXP machine around 2009 perhaps? +/- couple of years, likely older.
After a couple of clicks through the main menus (red-black themed, some pictures and an intro/cutscene I think) you show up as an armored person/soldier in some sort of a valley surrounded with another few soldiers, each having a different set of weapons I think. You could individually control each unit. The main theme color of the game overall was red, like red-orange-yellow(?) and any shades around those, it was literally all red-shaded. From the grounds and grass up to the skies as well, except soldier units, those were black and structures(?) those were more grayish.
The surroundings were kind of like steppes, low steppe-like grass, lots of tiny hills and valleys covered in grass and some larger mountains in the horizont, felt like a desert.
Moving some further you'd encounter some enemy units and some flags waving around, or was it some poles? Can't recall, but it definitely was something alike. Eventually you'd end up finding some kind of conctrete/metal structure/bridge(?) up on a huge hill and few trees around which were similar to those of GTA SA, huge&high, they were also scattered around the fields but nothing in large amounts.
This is the further I came and that's all I get to remember, guess there was some mission to be done but as a kid back then and with lack of english knowledge, it wasn't something I went after and likely the reason I can't remember what it was about, it's mostly visual memories.
Anyone got a clue what I'm talking about?

BUMP!

Hello, this one is tough, I don't remember the name of a PC game I was playing when I was a kid.

I played it on PC. I bought it from an old shop. (<2007) (It is a illegal copy of a game, I don't know it when I was small.)
Similar to AOC kind of rts game
Starting from the farming, building house, mining, etc.
The most special is that you can build a Hero House to have a Hero, but it is just a knight
Each soldier can have its own weapon.
You can build an arrow turret or a cannon turret but it's expensive.
The is a Pathfinder, he will walk around and find something good.
The world is round and connected which means that when you go to the top of the map, you will be at the bottom of the map. It is a globe.

There are 15 mission or story.
Each one has its special case.
I can only remember a few.

1. At the beginning there was a bard who could control the monsters. In the distance, there is a strong dragron on the mountain. You can fight the dragon with soldiers and the bard, then the bard will control the dragon.
Control the dragon and you can win easily.

2. The story is that the green turtle are fighting with the blue turtle. Your king sends the strongest cavalry to attack the turtle but none of them come back.

3. Level 15 is the hardest
At the beginning of the game, you already had a lot of soldiers and resources. You have a perfect valley, but your opponent has more troops than you.
At the mountain, there was a hero name called Conan. He told you, if you gave him a ruby gem, he would help you.

xbunx:
The game I?m looking for is a point-and-click child?s educational game about nature. It was about a story of a camp with bug people. It started out with a door, where your name was asked. When you chose the name it would show as a sign on the door. The door would open to a young boy's bedroom (you are the boy) and there's a book at the side of the bed wide open. As you approach it you go into the book and it's a camp with bug people. A blue beetle guy introduces you and helps you around the entire game. You have to get a certain amount of different things from playing different mini games a around the camp to complete the game. I distinctly remember the blue beetle saying the phrase ollie ollie oxenfree. It looks like Quarky and Quaysoo's Turbo Science (but I?m pretty sure it isn?t). It also might not be bugs.

Can't say this is ringing any bells, but you may want to start here: https://www.mobygames.com/browse/games/educational/m,81/list-games/

Hey I have a tricky one.
It's and old educational game, I think it might have just been a math's game. It was on the floppy disk.
From what I remember you start in a dungeon where a skinny prisoner with a long beard hangs on the wall with shackles round his arms and feet. I think he gave you simple math questions you had to answer correctly.
I have also a vague memory of trying to reach a wizard from some stairs. You would only move forward if you answered the wizards math problems correctly.
I'm sorry but that's all I can remember. Hopefully someone will remember this game as well.

This is an old PC Disc game which is very similar to TRINE.

Hi guys, I'm looking for a game that I played when I was young. It was a side-scrolling CD game on PC platform in the year of 2000s may be(or 1995-2000), actually I don't know about the release date of it. Just because of the graphic design doesn't look like the quality made in 21st century.

I've tried my best to remember most of the game details but I cant remember the name of it. Yeah its totally ridiculous that I remember lots of details besides the game name.

The starting animation is talking about a man was locked in a tower in the sky, a mage(maybe?) casted magic to free him.

Although the game is side-scrolling game, it looks like 2.5D. The background is 2D picture but your character and the enemies are 3D image. It is a kind of adventure game, and you have a health bar and mana bar on the top left hand corner.

In the game you can choose 3 types of character, a young man with sword, a young girl with staff and a man using two-handed axe.
I remember some of the default button which are "Z" and "X", "Z" is using a light attack and "X" is a heavy attack.
There are several types of magic you can use, fire , ice, lightning and recovery.
Each type of magic divided into 5 levels, I only remember fire and ice.

Fire L1: Single fire ball drop on a single enemy (Auto targeting to nearby enemy)
Fire L2: Fire burning on the left side of right side (depends on character facing direction)
Fire L3: Lava blast at all enemies position
Fire L4: Large explosion (Area of effect)
Fire L5: Fire from the fire phoenix (Area of effect)
Ice L1: Ice Spikes appear at a single enemy's postion (Auto targeting to nearby enemy)
Ice L2: Ice Spikes appear at all enemies' position
Ice L3: Ice wall created on the left side of right side (depends on character facing direction)
Ice L4: Ice Storm (Area of effect)
Ice L5: Ice Age (Area of effect)

And here are the stage and the boss that I try my best to remember.
Stage 1 - Forest, boss: rock golem
Stage 2 - Floor 1 , I forgot what that thing is.
Stage 3 - Below 1, boss: ice drake
Stage 4 - Below 2, boss: 2 ghost (looks like female) share 1 BOSS health bar
Stage 5 - Below 3, boss: skeleton mage(necromancer)
**And this boss I think it is a main enemy of the game because my character need to talk to him before battle.
Stage 6 - Floor 2, boss: a flying, upper body, large skeleton with both scythe-shaded hand(hand bone)
**Actually it looks like a skeleton reaper, but it is flying and only have upper body
Stage 7 - Floor 3, boss: fire drake
Stage 8 - Below 4 , I reach to the middle only.

One more thing there are 5 different BGM in the game. Each of them is used for Stage1-5 respectively. And Stage 6 use the first BGM and so on.
I just only remember the stage name and the last stage that I reached is 8.
Please help me with this, it is a memory for me and I try my best to remember the details of it.

Longshot but worth a try

So let's start, i had this game as a kid and it was in japanesse (i don't think it's released outside of Japan)

You start in jungle (forest) with multiple soldiers (explorers?) top down camera
You can give them orders to chop wood,build tents etc
Animal will attack you..

That's everything i remember

Hi, I'm looking for an old pc game. This is a small purple character who has to dig in blocks of ice to find diamonds. The game dates from the early 2000s. The view is in 2D and looks like Boulder Dash. Thank you

I cannot remember the name of this game! It was on the ds when I was very young, like 2005-2008ish. When you started a new game, it would ask you a series of questions, the one I remember was about a lake with a town on the other side and how I would reach the town. I also think it had "demon" or something similar in the title. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Message me if you think you know it, I don't come here very often.

MartinaLove:
Hi, I'm looking for an old pc game. This is a small purple character who has to dig in blocks of ice to find diamonds. The game dates from the early 2000s. The view is in 2D and looks like Boulder Dash. Thank you

I couldn't find an exact match of your description, but could it have been either Pretzeldash or Boulder Dash-XL?

Ace Striker:
Trying to remember the name of this flash game I played... It's a side scroller, by the way. You start off as this epic immortal god in cool armor with an awesome sword, and you're killing off any and all enemies without a scratch coming on you. Absolutely invincible. But something makes you lose your power, and you become a mortal with hardly any defenses. Now these same enemies that you were killing with ease, you must kill to regain your strength. You fight through... 3 areas I believe? Maybe 4. After the completion of each one, you unlock an outfit that increases a specific stat to help you in your quest. After completing the final area, you have the same armor and weapon from the beginning, but you're not quite immortal. Just hard to kill. A few friends tried to say that this was a lot of games, but certainly they can't be more wrong, right? Hopefully this description is clear enough to find out what the flash game is.

That is likely Escape from the Underworld a freeware flash game that you can also download.

hey everyone
and my sincerset graditudes to who ever can help me here
im looking for a game from around 2002-2004ish, its a game where you as the player control a chapion who controls an armie against the A.I. oppenet who also control his own armie in a 1v1 battle, and depending on what hero you and the A.I. are playing you had diffrenet minions (i think you also had abillities not sure...), you would do a battle after battle until you reach the final boss. i think it had high grapgic for the time (might just be my memmory tho...)
it was in high fanasty setting, and each "arena" was rather small.
kind of a long shot but thanks a bunch to who ever helps.

RelativityMan:

Ace Striker:
Trying to remember the name of this flash game I played... It's a side scroller, by the way. You start off as this epic immortal god in cool armor with an awesome sword, and you're killing off any and all enemies without a scratch coming on you. Absolutely invincible. But something makes you lose your power, and you become a mortal with hardly any defenses. Now these same enemies that you were killing with ease, you must kill to regain your strength. You fight through... 3 areas I believe? Maybe 4. After the completion of each one, you unlock an outfit that increases a specific stat to help you in your quest. After completing the final area, you have the same armor and weapon from the beginning, but you're not quite immortal. Just hard to kill. A few friends tried to say that this was a lot of games, but certainly they can't be more wrong, right? Hopefully this description is clear enough to find out what the flash game is.

That is likely Escape from the Underworld a freeware flash game that you can also download.

No, that's not it... There were no angels or demons. And no stick figures either. The game had a bit of detail to it.

Ace Striker:

RelativityMan:

Ace Striker:
Trying to remember the name of this flash game I played... It's a side scroller, by the way. You start off as this epic immortal god in cool armor with an awesome sword, and you're killing off any and all enemies without a scratch coming on you. Absolutely invincible. But something makes you lose your power, and you become a mortal with hardly any defenses. Now these same enemies that you were killing with ease, you must kill to regain your strength. You fight through... 3 areas I believe? Maybe 4. After the completion of each one, you unlock an outfit that increases a specific stat to help you in your quest. After completing the final area, you have the same armor and weapon from the beginning, but you're not quite immortal. Just hard to kill. A few friends tried to say that this was a lot of games, but certainly they can't be more wrong, right? Hopefully this description is clear enough to find out what the flash game is.

That is likely Escape from the Underworld a freeware flash game that you can also download.

No, that's not it... There were no angels or demons. And no stick figures either. The game had a bit of detail to it.

In that case you could try looking through the examples for this trope (A Taste of Power) on TV Tropes. If you click on 'related' and scroll down to 'VideoGame' it will have an even more complete list.

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