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okay i'll try to describe this as much as i can, not sure if i've already requested it before, but here goes anyways...
the gamestyle is screen "link them up wall" example: candy crush, you find a number of cloned items and then you press them and break them all in a group for score.
the difference is while you play some random poorly details humanoid figures will walk beneath the screen from left to right, your object is to finish filling a meter as quick as possible and hold these NPCs on the screen as long as possible.
to help you out there are a number of powerups such as link up a number of tiles and finish the lining with the power up to throw them hotdogs, or teddybears, and so on, basically distractions.
upon finishing the stage a big lightning bolts storm breaks all the rest of the tiles, and based on how many figures are still on the screen and haven't finished to the right side, your score will hit bonuses. that's all i recall. this was most likely between windows xp - vista - 7.

Hi Fellas,

So I've been looking for two games for quite some time now. Their both old games (Win 95/98)

1. Side scroller - You go back in time to the dinosaur age and then progress slowly through different ages like egypt, medieval age, golden age etc. each with their own bosses (mummy, dragon etc. ) and you finally end up in a forest age with a soda cup (has a straw in it) that fights you. I believe you did not have weapons and had to jump on them but I'm not quite sure. Its been so long I dont have a clue about the game main goal but I think it was an educational game as well and maybe you collected some alphabets for some reason. Sorry for being so vague but I only remember it referring to a line 'Lost in time' and a possible 'Gadgetronix' but googling it shows different games relevant to lost in time games :(

2. Top Down plane shooter - The game starts with an intro of this guy who had a pregnant wife and she ends up dying and you go on a revenge streak. You start at a point and fly a fighter with which you destroy enemy ground bases etc. This game had really good music tracks and you were allowed to switch between aerial fighter (medium dmg against ground but good plane dmg) and a bomber. I believe you could accelerate the plane to make it go fast or slow and you used the cursor keys to turn the plane in this top down view game. Everytime you got low on health etc. you could return to your launch pad and heal or change aircraft type

Also, I saw a very old post with someone asking for a really old rpg game where you enter a dungeon and you fight golins,manticores etc. If this hasnt been answered, If this game had magic spell mechanics as well, the game is called 'Castle of the Winds' and theres a castle of the winds 2 as well. Its still an awesome game

Arjun Navaneetham:
Hi Fellas,

So I've been looking for two games for quite some time now. Their both old games (Win 95/98)

[...]

2. Top Down plane shooter - The game starts with an intro of this guy who had a pregnant wife and she ends up dying and you go on a revenge streak. You start at a point and fly a fighter with which you destroy enemy ground bases etc. This game had really good music tracks and you were allowed to switch between aerial fighter (medium dmg against ground but good plane dmg) and a bomber. I believe you could accelerate the plane to make it go fast or slow and you used the cursor keys to turn the plane in this top down view game. Everytime you got low on health etc. you could return to your launch pad and heal or change aircraft type

[...]

There's not a lot of multi-directional 2D-shmups out there, so I'd say it's "Zone 66" (1993).

Phuong Tran:
Hello everyone!
I'm looking for a PC game which was released around 2002 - 2008. Because it's been too long ago since I last played the game so I could only remember some minor details of it. I'd really appreciate if anyone could help me to find this game:

1> It was a RPG game, main character is a swordman (?) who could use magic. The game set in a medieval era or something. The graphic was just like Diablo 2 with birds-eye view, action RPG. I'm not quite sure about the story but it looks like it was the common storylike: A man on his journey to destroy the evil (monsters, demons and alike since I remember encoutering some ghosts at the beginning)

2> The battle system was turn-based. In a battle, the graphic would switch from 2.5d-Diablo2-like to pure 2d with the screen was seperated into 2 parts: above and below (the above screen is slighty larger than the other iirc) and some background animation like lightning, rain, etc. There was one thing that I could remember from the battle system was the magic/skill system. The magic/skill would be displayed into 5-6 cards which were aligned into a straight row on the below screen and they had a grey or brown-ish color. The skill cards would be either faced-up or faced-down depends on how many skills the character-in-control had. There was one unique function I could recall that the skills could be combined by using 2 (or more?) skills which would result in a stronger damage dealt to the enemies. It was something kind of similar to this image image

3> There was also a minor detail in the game that when the main character managed to form a group of 2 people (?) and went to a rainy forest at night. From then, based on the walkthrough I read at that time, the game provided with 2 options for me to choose between going to route A and B. If I chose route A, a female party member would coincidently encounter the person who she thought that had killed her brother and quickly engaged into a battle with that person. The result was that she would die after the battle because she was weak (duh!). If I chose route B, nothing would happen to her since she didn't see that person.

Please help me to find this game if you could. Thank you so much!

Bump! Can anyone help me to find this game? If anyone has some similar games like this in mind then it'd be very much appreciated too! Thank you very much!

Pixelhunter:

Arjun Navaneetham:
Hi Fellas,

So I've been looking for two games for quite some time now. Their both old games (Win 95/98)

[...]

2. Top Down plane shooter - The game starts with an intro of this guy who had a pregnant wife and she ends up dying and you go on a revenge streak. You start at a point and fly a fighter with which you destroy enemy ground bases etc. This game had really good music tracks and you were allowed to switch between aerial fighter (medium dmg against ground but good plane dmg) and a bomber. I believe you could accelerate the plane to make it go fast or slow and you used the cursor keys to turn the plane in this top down view game. Everytime you got low on health etc. you could return to your launch pad and heal or change aircraft type

[...]

There's not a lot of multi-directional 2D-shmups out there, so I'd say it's "Zone 66" (1993).

Yes!! Thats the game. Thanks. That was really quick. The game's sound tracks are so good.

Now All I need is the name of that other game which is so hard to find.. Both games are amazing

Phuong Tran:
[quote="Phuong Tran" post="9.166417.24311218"]Hello everyone!
I'm looking for a PC game which was released around 2002 - 2008. Because it's been too long ago since I last played the game so I could only remember some minor details of it. I'd really appreciate if anyone could help me to find this game:

1> It was a RPG game, main character is a swordman (?) who could use magic. The game set in a medieval era or something. The graphic was just like Diablo 2 with birds-eye view, action RPG. I'm not quite sure about the story but it looks like it was the common storylike: A man on his journey to destroy the evil (monsters, demons and alike since I remember encoutering some ghosts at the beginning)

[..]

Bump! Can anyone help me to find this game? If anyone has some similar games like this in mind then it'd be very much appreciated too! Thank you very much!

I personally dont know the game your looking for but for a card-like fighting game you could check out darkest dungeon

Also Heroes of might and magic 3,4,5 are all superb games with army gathering and turn based warring during battle (Not 'might and magic heroes' mind you. Thats a different game)

Phuong Tran:

Phuong Tran:
Hello everyone!
I'm looking for a PC game which was released around 2002 - 2008. Because it's been too long ago since I last played the game so I could only remember some minor details of it. I'd really appreciate if anyone could help me to find this game:

1> It was a RPG game, main character is a swordman (?) who could use magic. The game set in a medieval era or something. The graphic was just like Diablo 2 with birds-eye view, action RPG. I'm not quite sure about the story but it looks like it was the common storylike: A man on his journey to destroy the evil (monsters, demons and alike since I remember encoutering some ghosts at the beginning)

2> The battle system was turn-based. In a battle, the graphic would switch from 2.5d-Diablo2-like to pure 2d with the screen was seperated into 2 parts: above and below (the above screen is slighty larger than the other iirc) and some background animation like lightning, rain, etc. There was one thing that I could remember from the battle system was the magic/skill system. The magic/skill would be displayed into 5-6 cards which were aligned into a straight row on the below screen and they had a grey or brown-ish color. The skill cards would be either faced-up or faced-down depends on how many skills the character-in-control had. There was one unique function I could recall that the skills could be combined by using 2 (or more?) skills which would result in a stronger damage dealt to the enemies. It was something kind of similar to this image image

3> There was also a minor detail in the game that when the main character managed to form a group of 2 people (?) and went to a rainy forest at night. From then, based on the walkthrough I read at that time, the game provided with 2 options for me to choose between going to route A and B. If I chose route A, a female party member would coincidently encounter the person who she thought that had killed her brother and quickly engaged into a battle with that person. The result was that she would die after the battle because she was weak (duh!). If I chose route B, nothing would happen to her since she didn't see that person.

Please help me to find this game if you could. Thank you so much!

Bump! Can anyone help me to find this game? If anyone has some similar games like this in mind then it'd be very much appreciated too! Thank you very much!

Again, not a lot of games with similar mechanics. Still, I'm at a loss here.
If it's not one of the early "Magic the Gathering" PC games, maybe it's one of the "Etherlords" games.

edit: Thanks, Arjun.

Pixelhunter:

Arjun Navaneetham:

Pixelhunter:

There's not a lot of multi-directional 2D-shmups out there, so I'd say it's "Zone 66" (1993).

Yes!! Thats the game. Thanks. That was really quick. The game's sound tracks are so good.

Now All I need is the name of that other game which is so hard to find.. Both games are amazing

Again, not a lot of games with similar mechanics. Still, I'm at a loss here.
If it's not one of the early "Magic the Gathering" PC games, maybe it's one of the "Etherlords" games.

You quoted the wrong person. Phuong Tran asked for the magic card game.. I asked for the back in time etc. game..

Arjun Navaneetham:

Pixelhunter:

Arjun Navaneetham:

Yes!! Thats the game. Thanks. That was really quick. The game's sound tracks are so good.

Now All I need is the name of that other game which is so hard to find.. Both games are amazing

Again, not a lot of games with similar mechanics. Still, I'm at a loss here.
If it's not one of the early "Magic the Gathering" PC games, maybe it's one of the "Etherlords" games.

You quoted the wrong person. Phuong Tran asked for the magic card game.. I asked for the back in time etc. game..

Thanks, your game was "Gadget: Lost in Time" (1993).

brianahoganx:
Okay, so I've been trying non-stop to find this game and it is driving me INSANE. My boyfriend says I'm crazy and this game is all in my head, so I really want to find it!! Lol. This is seriously a shot in the dark, because of how little I remember, but who knows..
I don't have any idea what console it was on I'm guessing PS1 or gamecube MAYBE. I have no idea.
The opening scene was these fairies and creatures running away while this darkness or some kind of corruption takes over this forrest area and kills all the plant life and turns everyone into monsters and what not.
All I remember from game play was that it was a 3D style game that you had to kill these things, either a stone/crystal thing or some kind of plant spore that was corrupting an area, while being attacked by the creatures that had been corrupted and when you destroyed the corruption, the monsters would turn back to normal. I think I remember the people in the game were kind of small considering that they were humanoid, but I'm not sure. I think the main character was a fairy, but I could be wrong about that, too. It will drive me crazy if I don't figure this out soon. Anything would be VERY much appreciated.

anyone? I'm dying still.

Ok so this might be a tough one. I remember my dad and I playing it when i was a kid. Im pretty sure he heard about it in PC gamer or some other gaming magazine in the early 2000s. Its a short game that felt kind of like a horror version of monkey island (a point and click where you combine items and use them). my memory of it is not so good but you play as a purple hair character and you wake up on a spaceship/space station with amnesia and you have to explore the different rooms and progress to see what happened to the rest of the people. you find different limbs and body parts around the ship and while making progress there is various times while your character will have horrible flashbacks. I dont remember much else but there was a chalkboard that would have tally marks on it when you would progress further or did well. it was in a lab type room. Thanks in advance for the help!

oal25:
Ok so this might be a tough one. I remember my dad and I playing it when i was a kid. Im pretty sure he heard about it in PC gamer or some other gaming magazine in the early 2000s. Its a short game that felt kind of like a horror version of monkey island (a point and click where you combine items and use them). my memory of it is not so good but you play as a purple hair character and you wake up on a spaceship/space station with amnesia and you have to explore the different rooms and progress to see what happened to the rest of the people. you find different limbs and body parts around the ship and while making progress there is various times while your character will have horrible flashbacks. I dont remember much else but there was a chalkboard that would have tally marks on it when you would progress further or did well. it was in a lab type room. Thanks in advance for the help!

This must be without a doubt "The White Chamber"!!!

image

Great game!!!

SweetShark:

oal25:
Ok so this might be a tough one. I remember my dad and I playing it when i was a kid. Im pretty sure he heard about it in PC gamer or some other gaming magazine in the early 2000s. Its a short game that felt kind of like a horror version of monkey island (a point and click where you combine items and use them). my memory of it is not so good but you play as a purple hair character and you wake up on a spaceship/space station with amnesia and you have to explore the different rooms and progress to see what happened to the rest of the people. you find different limbs and body parts around the ship and while making progress there is various times while your character will have horrible flashbacks. I dont remember much else but there was a chalkboard that would have tally marks on it when you would progress further or did well. it was in a lab type room. Thanks in advance for the help!

This must be without a doubt "The White Chamber"!!!

image

Great game!!!

Dude you are a legend!! thank you so much <3

brianahoganx:

brianahoganx:
Okay, so I've been trying non-stop to find this game and it is driving me INSANE. My boyfriend says I'm crazy and this game is all in my head, so I really want to find it!! Lol. This is seriously a shot in the dark, because of how little I remember, but who knows..
I don't have any idea what console it was on I'm guessing PS1 or gamecube MAYBE. I have no idea.
The opening scene was these fairies and creatures running away while this darkness or some kind of corruption takes over this forrest area and kills all the plant life and turns everyone into monsters and what not.
All I remember from game play was that it was a 3D style game that you had to kill these things, either a stone/crystal thing or some kind of plant spore that was corrupting an area, while being attacked by the creatures that had been corrupted and when you destroyed the corruption, the monsters would turn back to normal. I think I remember the people in the game were kind of small considering that they were humanoid, but I'm not sure. I think the main character was a fairy, but I could be wrong about that, too. It will drive me crazy if I don't figure this out soon. Anything would be VERY much appreciated.

anyone? I'm dying still.

Could that have been Legend of Legaia?

I search in many sites but i cant find it out. Hope you guys can do it.
This game is very similar to Blood Bowl: sport, bloody, players wear armors, but there're many differenences:
- It's a turn-based game.
- The goal is kill all opponents, you use keyboard to control your players damage opponent's players by throwing a ball. If a player take many hits, his armor will broken. I remember AI killed my players with single hit, a headshot..
- You can't move your players, just throw a ball to kill.
That what i remember...[/quote]Can anyone..? :(

Repost my post, hope anyone can help me to find this game, one of my first childhood PC games ... :([/quote]

The Ssn:
I search in many sites but i cant find it out. Hope you guys can do it.
This game is very similar to Blood Bowl: sport, bloody, players wear armors, but there're many differenences:
- It's a turn-based game.
- The goal is kill all opponents, you use keyboard to control your players damage opponent's players by throwing a ball. If a player take many hits, his armor will broken. I remember AI killed my players with single hit, a headshot..
- You can't move your players, just throw a ball to kill.
That what i remember...

I have a game in mind...
Can you please tell me if it was in 3D or 2D please?

Pixelhunter:

Phuong Tran:

Phuong Tran:
Hello everyone!
I'm looking for a PC game which was released around 2002 - 2008. Because it's been too long ago since I last played the game so I could only remember some minor details of it. I'd really appreciate if anyone could help me to find this game:

1> It was a RPG game, main character is a swordman (?) who could use magic. The game set in a medieval era or something. The graphic was just like Diablo 2 with birds-eye view, action RPG. I'm not quite sure about the story but it looks like it was the common storylike: A man on his journey to destroy the evil (monsters, demons and alike since I remember encoutering some ghosts at the beginning)

2> The battle system was turn-based. In a battle, the graphic would switch from 2.5d-Diablo2-like to pure 2d with the screen was seperated into 2 parts: above and below (the above screen is slighty larger than the other iirc) and some background animation like lightning, rain, etc. There was one thing that I could remember from the battle system was the magic/skill system. The magic/skill would be displayed into 5-6 cards which were aligned into a straight row on the below screen and they had a grey or brown-ish color. The skill cards would be either faced-up or faced-down depends on how many skills the character-in-control had. There was one unique function I could recall that the skills could be combined by using 2 (or more?) skills which would result in a stronger damage dealt to the enemies. It was something kind of similar to this image image

3> There was also a minor detail in the game that when the main character managed to form a group of 2 people (?) and went to a rainy forest at night. From then, based on the walkthrough I read at that time, the game provided with 2 options for me to choose between going to route A and B. If I chose route A, a female party member would coincidently encounter the person who she thought that had killed her brother and quickly engaged into a battle with that person. The result was that she would die after the battle because she was weak (duh!). If I chose route B, nothing would happen to her since she didn't see that person.

Please help me to find this game if you could. Thank you so much!

Bump! Can anyone help me to find this game? If anyone has some similar games like this in mind then it'd be very much appreciated too! Thank you very much!

Again, not a lot of games with similar mechanics. Still, I'm at a loss here.
If it's not one of the early "Magic the Gathering" PC games, maybe it's one of the "Etherlords" games.

edit: Thanks, Arjun.

Thanks Arjun and Pixelhunter for helping me. Though the said games were not what I was looking for but I'm still greatly appreciate it!
I've been trying to find clues everywhere I could from wiki, youtube and various gaming sites but there's still no hope for me. I think the game I asked for was not a popular game so its name might not be known widely around in the past. It's so frustrating that I thought the skill-cards system could help me distinguish it from other games but then... Hopefully someone can give me any hints and similar games to collate with my memories. Thank you again!

SweetShark:

The Ssn:
I search in many sites but i cant find it out. Hope you guys can do it.
This game is very similar to Blood Bowl: sport, bloody, players wear armors, but there're many differenences:
- It's a turn-based game.
- The goal is kill all opponents, you use keyboard to control your players damage opponent's players by throwing a ball. If a player take many hits, his armor will broken. I remember AI killed my players with single hit, a headshot..
- You can't move your players, just throw a ball to kill.
That what i remember...

I have a game in mind...
Can you please tell me if it was in 3D or 2D please?

it's 2D Sir!

marcod_9:
Hello everyone! Greetings from Argentina.
Ive played a 2d skateboarding game that i cant remember the name,
You could build your skate park , and then play in it.

I remember that it doesnt require much space, and also the founders were ICECOFFEE or something like that.

Thank you very much

It was "World Skate Tour" an indie game.

I coudnt find where to download it.

If anyone does, please tell me! Thanks

Hi, I remember playing a top down shooter, where you could roam free the map. You were controlling an aircraft(space ship?), possibly sci-fi themed. You had 8 or 10 weapons you could choose from(the biggest cannon actually made you recoil). The game was released in the late 90s, probably early 2000s. Probably there were arctic maps.
Can anyone help please?
Thanks!

Benedek Tamas:
Hi, I remember playing a top down shooter, where you could roam free the map. You were controlling an aircraft(space ship?), possibly sci-fi themed. You had 8 or 10 weapons you could choose from(the biggest cannon actually made you recoil). The game was released in the late 90s, probably early 2000s. Probably there were arctic maps.
Can anyone help please?
Thanks!

Completely random guess, but was that Zulu Assault, developed by Arrowhead Interactive, published by Monkey Byte Development? There aren't a lot of screenshots unfortunately, but there are some videos on YouTube.

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.

RelativityMan:

Benedek Tamas:
Hi, I remember playing a top down shooter, where you could roam free the map. You were controlling an aircraft(space ship?), possibly sci-fi themed. You had 8 or 10 weapons you could choose from(the biggest cannon actually made you recoil). The game was released in the late 90s, probably early 2000s. Probably there were arctic maps.
Can anyone help please?
Thanks!

Completely random guess, but was that Zulu Assault, developed by Arrowhead Interactive, published by Monkey Byte Development? There aren't a lot of screenshots unfortunately, but there are some videos on YouTube.

Thanks for the help! It is not Zulu assault, although the gameplay is really similar. You could not change vehicles in the one I am searching for, rather had multiple weapons on your ship.

Edmond Lam:
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.

Maybe one of the Golden Axe games?

KarmaPoleXL:
Ok, this should be easy for someone who love play futuristic fantasy games. This game is probably from 2001 maybe 2000. It is 3d platform game with futuristic and fantasy elements(special powers and weapons). The player is blonde man in some like space suit. I rememeber, maybe the first level, that you are in some tech-facility or laboratory. The next level that I rememeber is that you are on the street and there are some boys with (baseball)bats. You must defeat them to open the bridge(maybe there is one more guy who open for you bridge). On the other side of the bridge it's like some temple or tomb. There is a girl that will give you some special powers. Next, you enter in that 'temple' and there is woman who says:"I'm calling security", then you go through the next door and there are some kind of giants. I played a demo version.

Thank you.

It's Sanity:Aiken's artifact.

KarmaPoleXL:
Hello,

Ok, here is one more game that I can't remember the name of.

I played a demo version of this game on PC. But this game can be pretty easy for PS1 too. It's a FPS game. It's very very similar to game named Disruptor (PS1). Ok,I watched walktrough of Disruptor on Youtube, but there are no any detail that I remember of game that I am looking for. Here are the details that I remember:
I played only one level and enviroment is almost the same as Disruptor level 1, but the enemies are totally different. Actually, the enviroment is pretty greenish on the start, then comes a some kind of dark purple walls I guess.
Ok, this is important: the enemies that I remember
1. Some kind of green( maybe because enviroment) alien humanoid with horns or tentacles on head I think.
2. Some kind of purple/red alien humanoid with horns or tentacles on head(a little bit harder to defeat)
3. This enemy is very similar to Worf from Star Trek
4. Some humanoid a little bit invisible that attacks with electricity.

And one last detail is the last place of level where I was(maybe because I played a demo version). In that place, in the center of room, there was astronaut suit and I didn't know what to do with that suit.
That's All Folks.

Thanks. Bye.

Huh, so near, but so far, I finaly found it. The name of the game is Star Trek: Klingon Honor Guard.

Hi All! I'm a bit stuck, i remember a rpg game that was playable in those arcades that had n64, ps1 etc. many years back, and i remembered a game that looks an awful alot like a dragon ball game but i have searched all over and no such dragon ball game existed like that for the n64 or ps1. What i do remember is that you had a long stick and you could have flown on a cloud just like the nimbus. it had a title screen where it played a demo of the actual game and it had a snowy level if i last remembered. it was more a semi top down adventure game. oh yea and it was 3D.

deadmanwonderland21:
Hi All! I'm a bit stuck, i remember a rpg game that was playable in those arcades that had n64, ps1 etc. many years back, and i remembered a game that looks an awful alot like a dragon ball game but i have searched all over and no such dragon ball game existed like that for the n64 or ps1. What i do remember is that you had a long stick and you could have flown on a cloud just like the nimbus. it had a title screen where it played a demo of the actual game and it had a snowy level if i last remembered. it was more a semi top down adventure game. oh yea and it was 3D.

Could that have been Monkey Magic by M-Pen Inc. or Monkey Hero by Blam! for PS1?

If not, besides checking a list of Dragon Ball games you can also try this list of games based on the story Journey to the West, which Dragon Ball was based on and share the same staff and cloud riding.

KarmaPoleXL:
Hello to everyone.

The first one I played on PC. The year can be 2000-2005. Here are the details:
I think that I played demo version, but nevermind. The type of a game is like bomberman, the maze-based game.
You play with boy, some kind of wizard and you can go into next level when you kill all the enemies, I guess. I remember 2 levels.
First level:
You are in some kind of castle, gray stoned enviroment(background) and the enemies are carnivorous plants.
Second level:
The enviroment is like yellow sand and the enemies are green gremlins I guess, and I believe that they jump from wells...

Thanks. Cheers!

That game is Monster Hunter(2001):
https://www.gamepressure.com/games/monster-hunter-2001/z49b9

Hello,

It's a PS1 driving game. Very similar to Test Drive 5 (PS1), but this one was not racing game(as for the only one track that I remember). I played only one CIRCULAR track with some blue car(maybe it was a demo game). In that track you drive through village, city and highway and there are other traffic like some green trucks and many different cars. One more detail: Starting point is on cobble street. I searched for that game in some website with about 3000+ PS1 games, but didn't found it.

Anyone?

RelativityMan:

deadmanwonderland21:
Hi All! I'm a bit stuck, i remember a rpg game that was playable in those arcades that had n64, ps1 etc. many years back, and i remembered a game that looks an awful alot like a dragon ball game but i have searched all over and no such dragon ball game existed like that for the n64 or ps1. What i do remember is that you had a long stick and you could have flown on a cloud just like the nimbus. it had a title screen where it played a demo of the actual game and it had a snowy level if i last remembered. it was more a semi top down adventure game. oh yea and it was 3D.

Could that have been Monkey Magic by M-Pen Inc. or Monkey Hero by Blam! for PS1?

If not, besides checking a list of Dragon Ball games you can also try this list of games based on the story Journey to the West, which Dragon Ball was based on and share the same staff and cloud riding.

Hi, The closest thing you suggested was Monkey Hero, it has the same semi top down perspective, but the gameplay itself and and stages dont seem familiar. i will looks at the links you suggested however in the mean time

Hello,

I'm searching for some DOS TETRIS game. I played it on Win95. The game graphics is very low which include 4-colours palette: cyan, magenta, black and white(that probably means that game is very very old).
It is not like classic Tetris game, there are little men or viruses(one block size) which all of them must be destroyed to complete the level. On the start of each level, there are already static blocks who form some buildings, letters, animals etc. and between them are those little men/viruses. In other words, like some mix between classic Tetris and Dr. Mario. I also remember that there are level editor. That's all.

KarmaPoleXL:
Hello,

I'm searching for some DOS TETRIS game. I played it on Win95. The game graphics include 4-colours palette: cyan, magenta, black and white.
It is not like classic Tetris game, there are little men or viruses(one block size) which all of them must be destroyed to complete the level. In other words, like some mix between classic Tetris and Dr. Mario.

Could that have been Dr. Rudy running in CGA mode?
(I can't find a screenshot of the game in CGA mode, but that would be the right color scheme)

RelativityMan:

KarmaPoleXL:
Hello,

I'm searching for some DOS TETRIS game. I played it on Win95. The game graphics include 4-colours palette: cyan, magenta, black and white.
It is not like classic Tetris game, there are little men or viruses(one block size) which all of them must be destroyed to complete the level. In other words, like some mix between classic Tetris and Dr. Mario.

Could that have been Dr. Rudy running in CGA mode?
(I can't find a screenshot of the game in CGA mode, but that would be the right color scheme)

Nope. Please, read my post again, cause I added some more details today. Thank you.

amazed that this thread has lasted 933 pages (10 years!), so here's my contribution: i'm looking for 2 games. the first game you hatch and raise these cute furry alien creatures on a space ship, and there are these ugly aliens that another species snuck on. the game has these education centers which instantly taught a creature everything it needed to know. you could lead them by the hand, you could punish and praise them, and you can make them hold items. i'm pretty sure it was in a series. it was on PS1 and later released on PC.
the other game isn't one i played, but one my dad played, and he promised to let me play when i was old enough, trouble is we both forgot what it was called. it had doom 1 or 2 tier graphics, mazes, monsters, and he could set up camp outside. i specifically recall him checking the area or a map and saying that there wasn't any monsters nearby, so it should be safe to camp and recover some health... and his character was killed in its sleep. can't remember if the character used traditional weapons like swords, or if shotguns etc were available.
much appreciate, very thanks. wow.

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