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

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Paopin:
Arcade, you play as a ninja in blue outfit and fight against reds and whites (not entirely sure about the colors). Some levels you had to swim "dive" through. i believe it was a platform shooter otherwise, protagonist throwing shuriken (ninja stars) I remember the ninjas as small bodies with slightly bigger heads.

That was probably Rad Action.

Heryn:
Hey guys,

I was feeling a bit nostalgic so I thought about playing some old pc games. Immediately I started thinking about those I had not finished but were somewhat interesting, which reminded me of one I can't, for the life of me, name!

The description:
RPG, 3rd person (possibly 1st too) with an abominably huge skill tree, ranging from the usual fighter, mage and rogue stuff and adding a lot more: ninja training, unarmed, throwing weapons... Character creation was the usual gender, race (I guess) and apperance customization.
The thing that made it stand out were the random encounters: They were indeed random and happened almost like clockwork, you could change the difficulty of the game at any time (weird) and even configure the frequency of the random encounters!

Anyway, thanks in advance.

So for anyone wondering, I *just* found it while bored out of my mind. It is called "Dungeon Lords".

Kovacs Robert:
hello i've been looking for a game for more than 5 years and i can vaguely descrbe it as a side scroller shooting orbs/balls at enemies with each power up letting you shoot bigger balls and multiple another thing i can remember is that 2 of the bosses one which was a clown and the other was a pirate, this was a sega game but i also might be mistaken also the weaker the enemies got the color scheme for them would change and so on idk how much this gives out for details its quite vague altough would apreciate if someone actually finds out the name of this forgotten game

anyone has an idea about it or a rough estimation of what it could be?

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....

Help!!

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....

Help!!

flap30:

flap30:

flap30:
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!!!!

Help!!

flap30:

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....

Help!!

i dunno if this was answered but here is that game

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnO406cOVmM

Kovacs Robert:

Kovacs Robert:
hello i've been looking for a game for more than 5 years and i can vaguely descrbe it as a side scroller shooting orbs/balls at enemies with each power up letting you shoot bigger balls and multiple another thing i can remember is that 2 of the bosses one which was a clown and the other was a pirate, this was a sega game but i also might be mistaken also the weaker the enemies got the color scheme for them would change and so on idk how much this gives out for details its quite vague altough would apreciate if someone actually finds out the name of this forgotten game

anyone has an idea about it or a rough estimation of what it could be?

Could that have been Parodius or one of it's sequels?

all i remember from it, you play as a blonde short haired girl that keeps dancing, she wears a weird looking future suit that generates power via movement, and you run through ... hallways and fight machines and whatnot, it's very popular about the dancing move in it.
and i can't recall anything else about it... a future set up, you wear a suit with some kind of mechanism on the back, you keep moving to generate energy then you shoot the energy as a weapon at robots, you progress though hallways and chambers. that's all i recall.

Still trying to find this one game from the early 2000's, I played it from that old "RealArcade" game launcher app, I think.

It was one of those old farming sims, you played as some girl who helped her parents run a farm, there were story elements to it. The gameplay was pretty simple. If I remember correctly you'd just plant stuff, water it, wait for it to grow, and fight off monsters trying to eat/steal your crops using your shovel. The story of the game kept progressing and at one point I clearly remember a part where some pirates kidnap your parents and hold them ransom, so you have to go back to farming to save up the money to free them. I think that might have been the last chapter of the story, because I remember it taking a long-ass time to save up enough money.

There may or may not have been a time limit on that. Or at the very least there was a day counter, although I don't think it really served a purpose. Little-kid me might have just thought the only reason for a day counter was because there was a time limit.

Anyways it wasn't one of those isometric grid-based farming games either if I recall correctly, more like you had a given number of "plots" to plant stuff in, just scattered around. Oh yeah, and the enemies got really weird near the end. The level I was grinding to save up enough money to free my parents had ghosts in it. You would whack ghosts with a shovel. Weird stuff.

This game was around the era of those early yet really-good-quality flash games. If anyone has played Insanaquarium, like, when it first came out, that's the era I'm talking. Also I think this farming game might have been part of a series.

Also one more request:

There was this old game for the PC (Windows probably) where you would go around levels, just destroying everything, as some giant monster from a classic horror movie trope. No, it's NOT War of the Monsters! Although it was VERY SIMILAR to that, if anyone has played that. Except I think it came out even before War of the Monsters, and was PC-only at the time.

I can't remember all the monsters, but one that stuck with me the most was a GIANT BRAIN with eyes. It was just a floating brain, spinal cord, and eyes. Very fleshy details, probably why it stuck with me because it scared me so much as a kid. Every monster had different attacks, the flying brain had lasers, I definitely remember that.

Pretty sure every level you'd just get a random monster too. Or maybe it wasn't random, but either way, you'd play as a different monster every level. The levels got harder as you went on. First it was just "Have fun and destroy the city and eat people!", but eventually the military started showing up, and you could actually die. I remember one level where you could destroy a nuclear power plant and there were a bunch of little yellow-suited hazmat guys running around.

GoofGaffLaff:
Also one more request:

There was this old game for the PC (Windows probably) where you would go around levels, just destroying everything, as some giant monster from a classic horror movie trope. No, it's NOT War of the Monsters! Although it was VERY SIMILAR to that, if anyone has played that. Except I think it came out even before War of the Monsters, and was PC-only at the time.

I can't remember all the monsters, but one that stuck with me the most was a GIANT BRAIN with eyes. It was just a floating brain, spinal cord, and eyes. Very fleshy details, probably why it stuck with me because it scared me so much as a kid. Every monster had different attacks, the flying brain had lasers, I definitely remember that.

Pretty sure every level you'd just get a random monster too. Or maybe it wasn't random, but either way, you'd play as a different monster every level. The levels got harder as you went on. First it was just "Have fun and destroy the city and eat people!", but eventually the military started showing up, and you could actually die. I remember one level where you could destroy a nuclear power plant and there were a bunch of little yellow-suited hazmat guys running around.

Could that have been I was an Atomic Mutant!?

reader5:
all i remember from it, you play as a blonde short haired girl that keeps dancing, she wears a weird looking future suit that generates power via movement, and you run through ... hallways and fight machines and whatnot, it's very popular about the dancing move in it.
and i can't recall anything else about it... a future set up, you wear a suit with some kind of mechanism on the back, you keep moving to generate energy then you shoot the energy as a weapon at robots, you progress though hallways and chambers. that's all i recall.

Not sure, but could that be HarmoKnight?

Except for the blond hair, that sounds like one of the games in the Space Channel series.

RelativityMan:

reader5:
all i remember from it, you play as a blonde short haired girl that keeps dancing, she wears a weird looking future suit that generates power via movement, and you run through ... hallways and fight machines and whatnot, it's very popular about the dancing move in it.
and i can't recall anything else about it... a future set up, you wear a suit with some kind of mechanism on the back, you keep moving to generate energy then you shoot the energy as a weapon at robots, you progress though hallways and chambers. that's all i recall.

Not sure, but could that be HarmoKnight?

Except for the blond hair, that sounds like one of the games in the Space Channel series.

sorry but neither.
i already know about the space channel games but it doesn't belong to them.
the game i'm looking for is a 3rd person action game a blonde girl with shades on her eyes and in a suit that charges using movement kinetic energy, the set up is most likely future post apocalyptic, you fight robots in facilities, using your dancing moves to generate shocking beams and bullets.
unlike space channel series the game is not "simon says" the game i'm looking for is full active action with your character fighting freely. solving some puzzles and channeling dance moves to create shocking attacks. that's all i can recall. i believe it's on ps2

reader5:

RelativityMan:

reader5:
all i remember from it, you play as a blonde short haired girl that keeps dancing, she wears a weird looking future suit that generates power via movement, and you run through ... hallways and fight machines and whatnot, it's very popular about the dancing move in it.
and i can't recall anything else about it... a future set up, you wear a suit with some kind of mechanism on the back, you keep moving to generate energy then you shoot the energy as a weapon at robots, you progress though hallways and chambers. that's all i recall.

Not sure, but could that be HarmoKnight?

Except for the blond hair, that sounds like one of the games in the Space Channel series.

sorry but neither.
i already know about the space channel games but it doesn't belong to them.
the game i'm looking for is a 3rd person action game a blonde girl with shades on her eyes and in a suit that charges using movement kinetic energy, the set up is most likely future post apocalyptic, you fight robots in facilities, using your dancing moves to generate shocking beams and bullets.
unlike space channel series the game is not "simon says" the game i'm looking for is full active action with your character fighting freely. solving some puzzles and channeling dance moves to create shocking attacks. that's all i can recall. i believe it's on ps2

Could it have been P.N.03?

RelativityMan:

reader5:

RelativityMan:

Not sure, but could that be HarmoKnight?

Except for the blond hair, that sounds like one of the games in the Space Channel series.

sorry but neither.
i already know about the space channel games but it doesn't belong to them.
the game i'm looking for is a 3rd person action game a blonde girl with shades on her eyes and in a suit that charges using movement kinetic energy, the set up is most likely future post apocalyptic, you fight robots in facilities, using your dancing moves to generate shocking beams and bullets.
unlike space channel series the game is not "simon says" the game i'm looking for is full active action with your character fighting freely. solving some puzzles and channeling dance moves to create shocking attacks. that's all i can recall. i believe it's on ps2

Could it have been P.N.03?

BINGO!!!! thanks very much! YES IT IS p.n.03! thanks!

RelativityMan:

GoofGaffLaff:
Also one more request:

There was this old game for the PC (Windows probably) where you would go around levels, just destroying everything, as some giant monster from a classic horror movie trope. No, it's NOT War of the Monsters! Although it was VERY SIMILAR to that, if anyone has played that. Except I think it came out even before War of the Monsters, and was PC-only at the time.

I can't remember all the monsters, but one that stuck with me the most was a GIANT BRAIN with eyes. It was just a floating brain, spinal cord, and eyes. Very fleshy details, probably why it stuck with me because it scared me so much as a kid. Every monster had different attacks, the flying brain had lasers, I definitely remember that.

Pretty sure every level you'd just get a random monster too. Or maybe it wasn't random, but either way, you'd play as a different monster every level. The levels got harder as you went on. First it was just "Have fun and destroy the city and eat people!", but eventually the military started showing up, and you could actually die. I remember one level where you could destroy a nuclear power plant and there were a bunch of little yellow-suited hazmat guys running around.

Could that have been I was an Atomic Mutant!?

That's it! Thank you so much!

Looking for an old ps1 game I used to play. I remember very little about it. It was a space style (or at least you had a ship) and you would shoot geometric shaped enemies. Or just shapes maybe. It was top down, and I seem to remember a green and gray sort of colour scheme. I also remember the transition between levels would zoom in and leave alot of afterimages behind the last frame. The cover had just a picture of the ship on it.

I understand this is very little to go. I've searched high and low with every description I can think of with no luck. I remember my mother buying it in a retail shop along with Battle Hunter.

EDIT: Well I managed to find it before even getting a reply. For anyone curious it was Shooter Starfighter Sanvein

Solved from reddit, its magi nation

Platform(s): Gameboy I am almost positive, believe it was one of the purple see through cartridges as well
Genre: rpg
Estimated year of release: early 2000's
Graphics/art style: I believe it was color, so must've been gameboy color, kinda a neutral not dark or super happy bright theme, just neutral old school final fantasy feel
Notable characters: Nothing defining about a single character, but main character was a young kid in school, starts with his group of 4 kids
Notable gameplay mechanics: I am almost positive there was some kind of feature where as you beat monsters you would collect like soul pieces or shards or something that would either let you use that monster, or evolve yours, battled kinda like pokemon
Other details: The game starts with you either already in school, or going to school in a small coastal town, the school had a secret passage on the left with like a potion, then you meet your friends in a cave on the beach after school for a club, i think you maybe get sucked into a portal in the cave? either that or you leave town on your own, one of the kids or your sister or something gets taken?

Hey!

Bit of a long shot, but here it goes:

I'm looking for a game for Windows 98 (I think!). It was basically a 3D top-down god game. The player controls this flying dinosaur-like creature with the mouse, and you start the game with a big brown rotating cylindrical structure with a hole in the middle, which is your base. Using this flying creature, you pick up stuff across the map and drop it in the center of your base, where it gets ground up and allows you to build tanks. One of the tanks I remember was a rock shooter - Built by dropping treads on bottom, a turret in the middle, and a radar on top. You could only control tanks once you dropped a radar on top. You could even stack the turrets.

I remember there were sheep that spawned in the map, and you could pick up the sheep and drop them in your base too.

I've been looking for this game for YEARS, and google images just doesn't do me justice. I will forever love ANYONE who knows the name of this game. Thanks!!

EDIT: I FOUND IT!!
The game's name is Tanktics:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaRt_bcM8EM

hushus46:
Looking for a game with the following descriptions by two people:

"OK guys here is another i think more difficult one

There was this game a third person rpg.
The game consisted of floating islands and you play a little blond boy dressed in blue, you have a mana and health bar. When you jump of one of the islands you land on a giant eagle which you can use to fly to other islands.I think the objective of the game was to go to specific islands with gates on them and these gates were portals to other levels. In this levels you run around collecting orbs and fighting of monsters. When you are running through a level there is only one way to follow and that was fairly simple, just running and shooting. The games was inspired by the asian culture because the houses, plants, orbs and people were very china/japan looking like. I also think your weapon was shooting energy balls of some kind, hence the manabar...

Can anyone help me i have absolutely no clue left of what it was called but i like to finish it once and for all!"

"Guys, i dont know what to say really

I have this game in mind, finding it again will bring tears to my eyes!
I played this game everyday when i was 8 or 9 (I'm 16 now)

Basically:
Its a PC game
Windows 98 or most likely xp
I dont think it was famous or really that known, my uncle gave it to me on like a burned (not literally) disk
So basically from what I remember
it had a japanese theme to it i think, i might be wrong
I think you started in some dojo
It was a 3d first person btw
you had blonde her i think?
i feel like the game starts with an s
i think you shot fireballs or something
you would ride this huge pink thing or some really weird creature to different islands where there were different types of monsters
im pretty sure there were like potions, and a shop
also im pretty sure u had to buy the game to save, i probably had a demo
It's not a point and click though, its like a shooter in a way
Please help me, i knw it is a vague memory but pleaseee!"

I'm looking for this as well, been many years. Cringing like a bitch to find it.

Globy?

jibclimmer:
So there's this old web-based shockwave flash game from the 90s that I remember that I thought was called Space Pirate or Space Pirates that I remember. I don't remember too much about the mechanics, other than that it was very hard. There was fuel and you could travel to destinations but sometimes you would be intercepted by pirates or the space police or something. I think you had crew, and maybe the ship was customizable? I know a big part of the game was buying and selling merchandise to make a profit.
Anyone else remember this game, or know what it was actually called?

5-year bump.

Cosme Felinito:
Hello! I just want to try this. I've been searching this game for years. I played it when I was like 7yo. I think it was a demo from a CD with a lot of games, like Galaxy of Games. I played this in windows 95 but around 1998-2000.

You start in like a desert zone, with a hole (like a little crater) and you are a thin guy (or gal, but i remember them as a guy) with black clothes (like leather). You have to fight a dinosaur or lizzard (I'm not sure about this really) which walks on two feet. You can throw punches and kicks and I think that the enemy too. It was 3D but very poligon-ish, this game might be from 1993-1996, can't really tell but the graphics were worse than Heretic 2, better than Alone in the dark (1992) and look a bit alike MDK.

Thanks for your time, and english isn't my native tongue, sorry for any mistake, regards!

bump, anyone? this is a tough one. I'm sad that I lost that old CD with tons of old games for win 95.

Cosme Felinito:

Cosme Felinito:
Hello! I just want to try this. I've been searching this game for years. I played it when I was like 7yo. I think it was a demo from a CD with a lot of games, like Galaxy of Games. I played this in windows 95 but around 1998-2000.

You start in like a desert zone, with a hole (like a little crater) and you are a thin guy (or gal, but i remember them as a guy) with black clothes (like leather). You have to fight a dinosaur or lizzard (I'm not sure about this really) which walks on two feet. You can throw punches and kicks and I think that the enemy too. It was 3D but very poligon-ish, this game might be from 1993-1996, can't really tell but the graphics were worse than Heretic 2, better than Alone in the dark (1992) and look a bit alike MDK.

Thanks for your time, and english isn't my native tongue, sorry for any mistake, regards!

bump, anyone? this is a tough one. I'm sad that I lost that old CD with tons of old games for win 95.

Could that have been Perfect Weapon by Gray Matter Inc.?

Here's a video on YouTube of the desert level in particular.

RelativityMan:

Cosme Felinito:

Cosme Felinito:
Hello! I just want to try this. I've been searching this game for years. I played it when I was like 7yo. I think it was a demo from a CD with a lot of games, like Galaxy of Games. I played this in windows 95 but around 1998-2000.

You start in like a desert zone, with a hole (like a little crater) and you are a thin guy (or gal, but i remember them as a guy) with black clothes (like leather). You have to fight a dinosaur or lizzard (I'm not sure about this really) which walks on two feet. You can throw punches and kicks and I think that the enemy too. It was 3D but very poligon-ish, this game might be from 1993-1996, can't really tell but the graphics were worse than Heretic 2, better than Alone in the dark (1992) and look a bit alike MDK.

Thanks for your time, and english isn't my native tongue, sorry for any mistake, regards!

bump, anyone? this is a tough one. I'm sad that I lost that old CD with tons of old games for win 95.

Could that have been Perfect Weapon by Gray Matter Inc.?

Here's a video on YouTube of the desert level in particular.

OMFG I searched this one for like 10 years, not kidding.
Thank you so much and thank you for providing a video! As I watched it the map seemed familiar but I wasn't sure if it was the game until I saw the death animation for the enemies
ty ty ty I'll try to download that game you're a blessing

Ok last one so my life makes sense after I found the big one

It was a 3d car game from the 90's for PC (between 1994-1997 i guess)
There were a little bunch of cars (i think there was a jeep, not sure) to choose and one of those was like this

image

I recall green landscapes with sheeps and you could hit those sheeps and they would go "baaa!" as you roll over them (they ended like a paper on the floor after you killed them) I don't remember if there was blood

minor info: holding "delete" key would switch to front view from the car to see what was behind

Hi all.

I was looking for a game i played 12 years ago on my pc, i dont remember if it was released then or if it was older.
-Isometric
-Car combat
-Looked kinda cartoonish
-You could pick wich car and customize their weapons
-They kinda looked like toy cars
-it was 3d
-it had local multiplayer
-something that i always remember it was the ability to leave oil on the tracks to make cars crash
-the maps where a little tiny
-the cars didn't had much complex desing or anithing, just different shapes and only one color

Thanks.

90's Man:
I remember a game about you have a control on a little character ( something like a little goblin ) against rats . Your mission is to knock them down by hitting the floor they are walking on ( like super mario ) and then u have to face the boss which is a giant rat walking on his legs like a man , when it's pissed of it starts to spin around the whole arena to hit you . There's a multiplayer option when you and your friend play on the same screen with 2 goblins each one has a different color ( green and cyan as i remember ) . I've been searching for this game but i couldn't find it , Can anyone help me with it ??

BonkHeads
https://youtu.be/rRFx8Pn0aAI?t=12

Hello

I used to play this game on my pc in the early 2000's, but the game is probably from the 90's

It was a 3rd person game about a spaceship which seemed to be inside a bigger ship, where you would open gates and shoot other spaceships.

That's all i can remember, I was very little then.

Please help! Thanks in advance.

Hi! I already posted here so I will try again. So, there was this game, a platformer if i remember correctly:
you look from the sideview, like Mario and Sonic,
you play as a knight (i think? it looked like a little boy in a knight costume),
and i just remember some random parts from it like an underwater level where you go through tunnels and on top you have mermaids that you can save (i know it's weird) and the boss of that level is a skeleton that wears boxers and when you beat him the boxers fly around and can land on your head, and after that i think the water like throws you out of there like a waterfall, and that's all i remember.
That game is really engraved in my mind from my childhood (2005 i think) and i don't know why but I really want to find it. Thanks!

Please Help Me!

Help me show my husband how I created one of the usernames that I use for almost every game I play, LoL. It's actually the name I'm using here, LoL, Lulakita.

________________________________________________________

> PC game
> Played: very early 2000s, but before 2003, game probably much, much older
> Medieval Fanstasy RPG
(classes, like wizard, knight, etc)
> 2D pixelated Graphics
> Character Creation - INCLUDED a random name generator
> Avatars were cartoonistic; head larger than normal
(imagine Terraria's chars)
> Menu/char creation/etc screens, I think: background resembled yellowed parchment/papyrus
> LOW Resolution: About 640x480 or 600x800

Unfortunately, I'm really struggling to remember much more than these details. I don't remember playing this game for long (don't remember why). The avatar that you play as, I remember it looking super similar to how the avatars look in Terraria, just looked much bigger due to the lower res of this game.

If I could see a list of screenshots of the character creation screen from all these old games, I'd be able to point out which one I'm trying to find, LoL.

>>> About the In-Game Random Name Generator (RNG) <<<

The connection between my username and this old game came from the RNG. It created a single first name, but after clicking a few times, you quickly see the pattern. RNG looked like it was generating the name in two halves. For example, Alinan, Lulaflona, Densin, Haskita, etc, meaning that Ali, Lula, Den, and Has are all the first part, which gets randomly paired with nan, flona, sin, and kita. It was several clicks, but I ended up finding a name that started with Lula and later saw a name end with Kita. I liked how it sounded when putting those two together, so that was what I ended up manually typing in for my name.

I'm pretty sure this game is rather obscure/rare because I've been looking through a ton of lists like, Top 100 PC Games of the 90s, but none of those are even close.

Any help is much, much appreciated!! Thank you all in advance!

~Lulakita

Lulakita:
Please Help Me!

Help me show my husband how I created one of the usernames that I use for almost every game I play, LoL. It's actually the name I'm using here, LoL, Lulakita.

________________________________________________________

> PC game
> Played: very early 2000s, but before 2003, game probably much, much older
> Medieval Fanstasy RPG
(classes, like wizard, knight, etc)
> 2D pixelated Graphics
> Character Creation - INCLUDED a random name generator
> Avatars were cartoonistic; head larger than normal
(imagine Terraria's chars)
> Menu/char creation/etc screens, I think: background resembled yellowed parchment/papyrus
> LOW Resolution: About 640x480 or 600x800

Unfortunately, I'm really struggling to remember much more than these details. I don't remember playing this game for long (don't remember why). The avatar that you play as, I remember it looking super similar to how the avatars look in Terraria, just looked much bigger due to the lower res of this game.

If I could see a list of screenshots of the character creation screen from all these old games, I'd be able to point out which one I'm trying to find, LoL.

>>> About the In-Game Random Name Generator (RNG) <<<

The connection between my username and this old game came from the RNG. It created a single first name, but after clicking a few times, you quickly see the pattern. RNG looked like it was generating the name in two halves. For example, Alinan, Lulaflona, Densin, Haskita, etc, meaning that Ali, Lula, Den, and Has are all the first part, which gets randomly paired with nan, flona, sin, and kita. It was several clicks, but I ended up finding a name that started with Lula and later saw a name end with Kita. I liked how it sounded when putting those two together, so that was what I ended up manually typing in for my name.

I'm pretty sure this game is rather obscure/rare because I've been looking through a ton of lists like, Top 100 PC Games of the 90s, but none of those are even close.

Any help is much, much appreciated!! Thank you all in advance!

~Lulakita

Was it any of these?

Last Imperial Prince
Romancia: Another Legend
Sorcerian Forever
Sorcerian Original

This is an arcade game from the 90s? It's a fantasy themed side scrolling fighting game. Kinda like Golden Axe. But in this one you start out with one character but can have up to 3 if you find and release them from the jail cells around each level. The extra character follow closely behind you and attack when you do.

Played it a few times as a child and it pops into my memory every once in a while but for the past 20+ years I cannot remember the flippin name of it or find it on the internet.

Draner:
Hi all.

I was looking for a game i played 12 years ago on my pc, i dont remember if it was released then or if it was older.
-Isometric
-Car combat
-Looked kinda cartoonish
-You could pick wich car and customize their weapons
-They kinda looked like toy cars
-it was 3d
-it had local multiplayer
-something that i always remember it was the ability to leave oil on the tracks to make cars crash
-the maps where a little tiny
-the cars didn't had much complex desing or anithing, just different shapes and only one color

Thanks.

Sounds like RC Racer?

RelativityMan:

Was it any of these?

Last Imperial Prince
Romancia: Another Legend
Sorcerian Forever
Sorcerian Original

Unfortunately, no to all of those, :-(. The artwork did NOT remind me of a JRPG. I also doubt this game had much of a story line. I felt it seemed very generic medieval fantasy plot.

bnicolas99:
Hello

I used to play this game on my pc in the early 2000's, but the game is probably from the 90's

It was a 3rd person game about a spaceship which seemed to be inside a bigger ship, where you would open gates and shoot other spaceships.

That's all i can remember, I was very little then.

Please help! Thanks in advance.

It sounds like it could be Pyrotechnica from 1995
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNrB8ol7Sq0

You're sure it was in 3rd person?

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