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

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HotPocky:
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.

I'm not sure about the second game, but the first one was probably Creatures: Raised in Space part of the Creatures series.

RelativityMan:

HotPocky:
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.

I'm not sure about the second game, but the first one was probably Creatures: Raised in Space part of the Creatures series.

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Remember renting a CD-ROM from the laundromat back in the mid 90s, so MS-DOS or Win95 perhaps, it was on the shelf with Mechwarrior 2 and Legend of Kyrandia 3. The problem is I dont remember much.

It was turn based fantasy, may have had city-building elements, or perhaps just conquer city tiles and build settlement tiles. There was a square grid. Two things I distinctly remember about it was that I researched how to prevent Cholera outbreaks in my territory and also researched, built and proceeded to dominate the AI with a War Balloon, which was a hot air balloon that could drop bombs on enemy tiles.

Sadly thats all I can really pull from memory. Does this jog any of yours?

Stormtempter:
Remember renting a CD-ROM from the laundromat back in the mid 90s, so MS-DOS or Win95 perhaps, it was on the shelf with Mechwarrior 2 and Legend of Kyrandia 3. The problem is I dont remember much.

It was turn based fantasy, may have had city-building elements, or perhaps just conquer city tiles and build settlement tiles. There was a square grid. Two things I distinctly remember about it was that I researched how to prevent Cholera outbreaks in my territory and also researched, built and proceeded to dominate the AI with a War Balloon, which was a hot air balloon that could drop bombs on enemy tiles.

Sadly thats all I can really pull from memory. Does this jog any of yours?

Could that have been either Master of Magic or Clash?

Regrettably, I don't think it was them. Any options for an isometric view of a grid based world?

**I look at screenshots of Populous and they are tingling the memories. I don't recall the god-powers and terrain alteration, but the map and minimap, the isometric view, and other aesthetics does.

Looking into similar titles now to see if one is a match

Hi everyone, I'm not sure if anyone is still looking here and helping folks with this but I hope someone can help me with this. I don't remember the game name but the details are as follows:

Platform: Windows (I think it should be win95, but it could also be anytime from NT onwards...)
Game Style and visuals: Battle Royale/Tron cars
Controls: keyboard only i think. the controls include up down left right, primary weapon firing, secondary weapon (which is based on power pickups) and an ability to create a laser barrier from the rear of your bike (which can last for some time before dissipating and you will cooldown the ability)

Story that I can remember: the idea is that you are a prisoner. in order to escape, you are required to battle out against other prisoners using tron-like bikes (the design is similar to that of attack cycles in cnc tiberian sun and tiberium wars, but has the ability to create laser barriers behind your bike).

Gameplay: you and all your opponents start from the middle of the map in a tower like structure. you spawn from a platform on the tower, but you return to the tower once u have completed your objectives to win the round. your main objectives are to kill a minimum number of opponent prisoners. you are granted unlimited life, so if your vehicle was destroyed you will respawn after some time. however, you are also limited by time, where if the timer is up, a killzone will gradually close in towards the centre from the walls of the map nonstop (which is kinda similar to pubg but the remaining safe zone will always be the tower, and the killzone is always moving in rather than pausing for some time). you can still continue to spawn if you died by enemy fire during this time unless the killzone is already touching the tower. if you moved/spawned into the killzone, you will lose the round completely regardless of whether you completed the objectives or not. you can choose to escape to the tower immediately after completing your objectives, or you can continue to kill until the very end for the highest score (which has its risk of course). i only played as single player but i think there was a capacity for multiplayer via LAN.

throughout the map there are various rooms that includes obstacles, traps and pickups. the pickups basically offer you the ability to use a secondary weapon, including a one-off shockwave (basically does an AOE nuke around you that instant kill all opponents in range), a electric shocker (i dont remember how much you can use this, but you kinda cc/damage the opponent you are targeting), and others that i dont remember now.

in some cases, you may have destroyed an opponent vehicle but the driver survives the destruction. the driver will always end up burning from the conflagration. if you killed the driver directly using your primary weapon, the game gives you a point or at least an announcement for a mercy kill. alternately if you leave him be, he will eventually die from burning (the time taken is actually the respawn time).

as stated, one last ability for the bike is to create a laser barrier. this barrier can block opponents' paths and weapons (except shockwave i think) and also deals some damage if your opponent runs into it. there is a certain distance this barrier can be created based on a specific capacity. you can create one whole barrier or split the barrier if you want, but the total length will always be based on the capacity. the barrier will gradually dissipate, which thus recovers your capacity and you can reuse again after a cooldown.

shoptrader20:
Hi everyone, I'm not sure if anyone is still looking here and helping folks with this but I hope someone can help me with this. I don't remember the game name but the details are as follows:

Platform: Windows (I think it should be win95, but it could also be anytime from NT onwards...)
Game Style and visuals: Battle Royale/Tron cars
Controls: keyboard only i think. the controls include up down left right, primary weapon firing, secondary weapon (which is based on power pickups) and an ability to create a laser barrier from the rear of your bike (which can last for some time before dissipating and you will cooldown the ability)

Story that I can remember: the idea is that you are a prisoner. in order to escape, you are required to battle out against other prisoners using tron-like bikes (the design is similar to that of attack cycles in cnc tiberian sun and tiberium wars, but has the ability to create laser barriers behind your bike).

Gameplay: you and all your opponents start from the middle of the map in a tower like structure. you spawn from a platform on the tower, but you return to the tower once u have completed your objectives to win the round. your main objectives are to kill a minimum number of opponent prisoners. you are granted unlimited life, so if your vehicle was destroyed you will respawn after some time. however, you are also limited by time, where if the timer is up, a killzone will gradually close in towards the centre from the walls of the map nonstop (which is kinda similar to pubg but the remaining safe zone will always be the tower, and the killzone is always moving in rather than pausing for some time). you can still continue to spawn if you died by enemy fire during this time unless the killzone is already touching the tower. if you moved/spawned into the killzone, you will lose the round completely regardless of whether you completed the objectives or not. you can choose to escape to the tower immediately after completing your objectives, or you can continue to kill until the very end for the highest score (which has its risk of course). i only played as single player but i think there was a capacity for multiplayer via LAN.

throughout the map there are various rooms that includes obstacles, traps and pickups. the pickups basically offer you the ability to use a secondary weapon, including a one-off shockwave (basically does an AOE nuke around you that instant kill all opponents in range), a electric shocker (i dont remember how much you can use this, but you kinda cc/damage the opponent you are targeting), and others that i dont remember now.

in some cases, you may have destroyed an opponent vehicle but the driver survives the destruction. the driver will always end up burning from the conflagration. if you killed the driver directly using your primary weapon, the game gives you a point or at least an announcement for a mercy kill. alternately if you leave him be, he will eventually die from burning (the time taken is actually the respawn time).

as stated, one last ability for the bike is to create a laser barrier. this barrier can block opponents' paths and weapons (except shockwave i think) and also deals some damage if your opponent runs into it. there is a certain distance this barrier can be created based on a specific capacity. you can create one whole barrier or split the barrier if you want, but the total length will always be based on the capacity. the barrier will gradually dissipate, which thus recovers your capacity and you can reuse again after a cooldown.

That was probably Death Drome by Zipper Interactive:

Stormtempter:
Regrettably, I don't think it was them. Any options for an isometric view of a grid based world?

**I look at screenshots of Populous and they are tingling the memories. I don't recall the god-powers and terrain alteration, but the map and minimap, the isometric view, and other aesthetics does.

Looking into similar titles now to see if one is a match

Could it have been Celtic Tales: Balor of the Evil Eye?

RelativityMan:

Could it have been Celtic Tales: Balor of the Evil Eye?

Not gonna lie, thats looking mighty close. I appreciate all your help. For some reason I keep thinking of alot of sepia tones, tans, browns, ruddy oranges and the like. I can't remember if there was talking and avatars interacting either. That map/gameworld layout is spot on though.

No worries, unless I stumble on what I played, I'm going to go with Celtic Tales XD

RelativityMan:

That was probably Death Drome by Zipper Interactive:

It is!! Thanks so much!

it's not a necessarily "old" game that i'm trying to recall, but it was made in the noughties or early teens. it's a tower-defence game where you can recruit and customise named NPCs. the setting is based during a plague and all of the characters are quite specifically 'dead' or some variation of undead, or something. i remember something in the game being referred to as a revenant, but i can't recall if it was an enemy or ally. i think the game used pixel art. very early in the game you escape a dungeon or jail cell or something along those lines. the game includes a variety of classes, but the main focus was in combatting undead being controlled by a powerful enemy.

HotPocky:
it's not a necessarily "old" game that i'm trying to recall, but it was made in the noughties or early teens. it's a tower-defence game where you can recruit and customise named NPCs. the setting is based during a plague and all of the characters are quite specifically 'dead' or some variation of undead, or something. i remember something in the game being referred to as a revenant, but i can't recall if it was an enemy or ally. i think the game used pixel art. very early in the game you escape a dungeon or jail cell or something along those lines. the game includes a variety of classes, but the main focus was in combatting undead being controlled by a powerful enemy.

Ah, "Defender's Quest", hopefully, I even have it installed atm.
It's also available on Steam, maybe a little cheaper there. But generally I'd wait for a sale. 13 bucks is a tad high, IMO.

Pixelhunter:

Ah, "Defender's Quest", hopefully, I even have it installed atm.
It's also available on Steam, maybe a little cheaper there. But generally I'd wait for a sale. 13 bucks is a tad high, IMO.

that's it! thank you.

Hey all, trying to find a game I played years ago. It's a point and click adventure pre-2000 (I feel like it's probably pre-1997 at least, but definitely pre-2000). The main plot point I remember is that there is a princess in a castle that you can meet pretty early on, but she alludes to the fact that she also a dragon (and that she's not actually a maiden stranded in a tower).
I also remember that somewhere in the game you use the colours of the rainbow (ROYGBIV) to solve a puzzle, and I'm pretty sure you dunk a bucket full of... something gross... on someone's head to get past them at some point.
I can picture a few of the scenes if someone wants more detail, but they'd be difficult to describe, and I'm not sure if how much I'm simply embellishing them in my mind either, given what I remember vs the graphics of the era don't match up.

Spiffers:
Hey all, trying to find a game I played years ago. It's a point and click adventure pre-2000 (I feel like it's probably pre-1997 at least, but definitely pre-2000). The main plot point I remember is that there is a princess in a castle that you can meet pretty early on, but she alludes to the fact that she also a dragon (and that she's not actually a maiden stranded in a tower).
I also remember that somewhere in the game you use the colours of the rainbow (ROYGBIV) to solve a puzzle, and I'm pretty sure you dunk a bucket full of... something gross... on someone's head to get past them at some point.
I can picture a few of the scenes if someone wants more detail, but they'd be difficult to describe, and I'm not sure if how much I'm simply embellishing them in my mind either, given what I remember vs the graphics of the era don't match up.

Just a random guess, but could that have been Blazing Dragons?

Nope, definitely not Blazing Dragons. When I put those cue words I've used in a Google Search, that's inevitably the first thing that pops up constantly. On that note... I'm wondering if the game I'm remembering even had a character on screen. I think the game may very well have been from a first-person perspective (or at least not showing your character on screen). This could also be wrong, but that's the joy of a less than 10-year-old mind at the time.

EDIT: Also, just to clear things up a little - the princess CLAIMS to be a dragon, but is visually anthropomorphic (may be an elf or something, but obviously looking generally human)

Hi guys! Thanks to you guys I have found name of every game that I used to play as a kid! There are only two games that are missing and I'm still looking for them. These are the things I remember about this "Zoo" game:
1. There was this zoo but it isn't zoo tycoon. You control this zoo but you can't control the size of animal cages.
2. There were different types of workers for your zoo: a) The white workers who were scientists and they would discover new animals and Buildings. b) blue dressing workers who would stop your building from being destroyed by earthquake c)Gray wearing workers who would clean your zoo. there were also red wearing workers who would sell stuffs at zoo stores.
3. Visitors come to the zoo by a bus.
4. You could use money for advertising for your zoo to radio, newspaper and TV.
5. I remember playing this game around age of 8 or 9. so it would be around 2002 or 03 maybe 04.
6. They funny thing about this game was that visitors could only walk on the tiles. so if there wasn't any tile in your zoo they would circle around themselves. They would also pee on the ground if there was no bathroom.
7. I remember the icon for starting the game was a Panda.
8. And I've got this sense that this game was sort of Japanese. Also everything was written in English.
I have searched for years for the name of this games but haven't been successful. Please guys! if you remember the name of this game let me know! thanks a million.

I have a new request, longshot but here it goes.

So this PC game was from 90s/00s and was like Disney Magic Artist and the likes, there were a few painting games at the time. However the one I can remember had a coral sponge in it, which washed colour away I think and the magic artist doesn't have that. Anyone have any ideas? Thank you

yarintop:
I've got three old games that I looked everywhere and this is my only hope...

1. You play as a ghost in a side scrolling 2D world and there are 13 (I think) worlds, as a ghost you could jump on enemies' heads and press the down key and you would transform into them and then you could use their abilities.

2. You play as a ball that hits walls and he can only break walls with the same color as him, he can also change colors (I don't really remember but I think he needs to touch certain walls to change colors)

3. You play as a samurai in a 3D world and you fights hordes of enemies, I remember that he could use a straw and spitballs as an attack.

thank you very much for your help :D

bumping from four years ago....
I have found the first game,

I can't find the second game anywhere

and the third game as well... in the third game it could have been sleeping darts.

another game i'm trying to find was on windows 95, side scroller where you used weapons, and I remember on the first level that there were two platforms one above the other and a short enemy in the next platform, the game looked like blackthorne but I don't think it was it. thanks in advance

mrezapbs:
Hi guys! Thanks to you guys I have found name of every game that I used to play as a kid! There are only two games that are missing and I'm still looking for them. These are the things I remember about this "Zoo" game:
1. There was this zoo but it isn't zoo tycoon. You control this zoo but you can't control the size of animal cages.
2. There were different types of workers for your zoo: a) The white workers who were scientists and they would discover new animals and Buildings. b) blue dressing workers who would stop your building from being destroyed by earthquake c)Gray wearing workers who would clean your zoo. there were also red wearing workers who would sell stuffs at zoo stores.
3. Visitors come to the zoo by a bus.
4. You could use money for advertising for your zoo to radio, newspaper and TV.
5. I remember playing this game around age of 8 or 9. so it would be around 2002 or 03 maybe 04.
6. They funny thing about this game was that visitors could only walk on the tiles. so if there wasn't any tile in your zoo they would circle around themselves. They would also pee on the ground if there was no bathroom.
7. I remember the icon for starting the game was a Panda.
8. And I've got this sense that this game was sort of Japanese. Also everything was written in English.
I have searched for years for the name of this games but haven't been successful. Please guys! if you remember the name of this game let me know! thanks a million.

Zoo Empire, perhaps

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Hey guys i hope you can help me out
I remember playing a DEMO game that came with Joker (computer magazine), it had to be around 2001-2004. So it was mideval age game (knight and sword fighting and stuff) and you started as woman "knight" wearing armor and you had to attack (or defend) the city when you came to the city door you got 2 more character and you could switch between them, one of the character had a morning star for sure or a club with spike, while the main woman you were playing had sword and shinning armor. It was 3D game it was quite nice and good graphic if i recall right XD and you were looking at character in the back like in GTA series.

Donkey456:
Hey guys i hope you can help me out
I remember playing a DEMO game that came with Joker (computer magazine), it had to be around 2001-2004. So it was mideval age game (knight and sword fighting and stuff) and you started as woman "knight" wearing armor and you had to attack (or defend) the city when you came to the city door you got 2 more character and you could switch between them, one of the character had a morning star for sure or a club with spike, while the main woman you were playing had sword and shinning armor. It was 3D game it was quite nice and good graphic if i recall right XD and you were looking at character in the back like in GTA series.

Try "Wars and Warriors: Joan or Arc" (2004), it's on sale too.
There's mods to make it run on higher resolutions, but it's rather a pain to get it to work, maybe just play it as it is.

I hope anyone could help me with this game.
There's this one adventure point and click game, in which you're a little bear having a picnic or something (I'm not sure) with your bear family, and then a lightning storm or something (again, I'm not sure, I barely remember anything from the game) happens and your entire family disappears/goes missing, and you're supposed to find each one of them.

Pixelhunter:

Donkey456:
Hey guys i hope you can help me out
I remember playing a DEMO game that came with Joker (computer magazine), it had to be around 2001-2004. So it was mideval age game (knight and sword fighting and stuff) and you started as woman "knight" wearing armor and you had to attack (or defend) the city when you came to the city door you got 2 more character and you could switch between them, one of the character had a morning star for sure or a club with spike, while the main woman you were playing had sword and shinning armor. It was 3D game it was quite nice and good graphic if i recall right XD and you were looking at character in the back like in GTA series.

Try "Wars and Warriors: Joan or Arc" (2004), it's on sale too.
There's mods to make it run on higher resolutions, but it's rather a pain to get it to work, maybe just play it as it is.

Wow brother you are awesome, this is exactly the one i was looking for, cant belive you figured out from what i posted :D thank you

I will try my luck with another one i remember.
It was a point and click game also had only DEMO version. You were on a farm and you played a young pretty lady. In the intro some old lady, your grandma (or mom) is yelling at you for something you have to do while your father is sick i think. In the middle of the farm was water well, barn, a house and some animals i think, all i remember you had to was to milk a cow, and when you had to leave farm to go in city or other place a game ended as it was demo. It was like Broken sword game series only i think graphic was more cartoon like The Walking Dead 2012 expect this game was made around 2004 so i presume graphic was worse than i recall.
Thanks

I have this memory of playing this Adobe Shockwave player game.

It was a point and click adventure game. You played as this chubby white character with almost no real features to his. The goal of the game was to escape the planet, I think? You had to find your rocket.

I just remember the beginning of the game the most where the character was sleeping in a bed and is awoken by dirt crashing through the doorway.

Donkey456:
I will try my luck with another one i remember.
It was a point and click game also had only DEMO version. You were on a farm and you played a young pretty lady. In the intro some old lady, your grandma (or mom) is yelling at you for something you have to do while your father is sick i think. In the middle of the farm was water well, barn, a house and some animals i think, all i remember you had to was to milk a cow, and when you had to leave farm to go in city or other place a game ended as it was demo. It was like Broken sword game series only i think graphic was more cartoon like The Walking Dead 2012 expect this game was made around 2004 so i presume graphic was worse than i recall.
Thanks

This one was a little harder to track down. But it has to be "Fairy Tale about Father Frost, Ivan and Nastya" (2005) or ("Vaeterchen Frost und die kleine Nastya", if you're German).

Nicolau Isac Passos:
I hope anyone could help me with this game.
There's this one adventure point and click game, in which you're a little bear having a picnic or something (I'm not sure) with your bear family, and then a lightning storm or something (again, I'm not sure, I barely remember anything from the game) happens and your entire family disappears/goes missing, and you're supposed to find each one of them.

I know this is most probably too vague to get any guesses on, but I still need help with it.

Nicolau Isac Passos:

I know this is most probably too vague to get any guesses on, but I still need help with it.

Some more info would help. When did you play it? PC, or other platform? What the game looked like?

Hi, I got a game here that I don?t know the name. I remember playing this game on a video game convention center back around 2003-2005 so I was still a kid and did not try to remember the name of the game. However here?s what I remembered, so the character your controlling... I want to say it?s a girl but I?m not sure, cause her face looked fucked up, she has red or orange hair and had two pony tails on each side of her head. I don?t know what the goal of the game was but what I remember is that you are fighting a bunch of monsters, and the girl can do a spin attack.. with her two pony tails but it doesn?t really deal damage. There are a lot of items you could pick up as weapons against the monsters, what I remember the most about this game however is that one of the items is a rubber ducky, and you could launch it like a missile and shoot at the monsters. And I remember one of the monsters has a propeller on his head, I specifically remembered this monster because it killed me several times, that?s all I can remember, if anyone knows the game please respond. Oh by the way it is a 3D platform game, but I don't really remembered the console, I would say it's probably a Xbox or PlayStation 2 game. Very unlikely it's going to be a Nintendo console.

Pixelhunter:

Donkey456:
I will try my luck with another one i remember.
It was a point and click game also had only DEMO version. You were on a farm and you played a young pretty lady. In the intro some old lady, your grandma (or mom) is yelling at you for something you have to do while your father is sick i think. In the middle of the farm was water well, barn, a house and some animals i think, all i remember you had to was to milk a cow, and when you had to leave farm to go in city or other place a game ended as it was demo. It was like Broken sword game series only i think graphic was more cartoon like The Walking Dead 2012 expect this game was made around 2004 so i presume graphic was worse than i recall.
Thanks

This one was a little harder to track down. But it has to be "Fairy Tale about Father Frost, Ivan and Nastya" (2005) or ("Vaeterchen Frost und die kleine Nastya", if you're German).

Wow man thats IT! you are awesome! thank you very much, how do you find those games? you remember playing them or just having better ways of finding games?

madhatter1984:

Nicolau Isac Passos:

I know this is most probably too vague to get any guesses on, but I still need help with it.

Some more info would help. When did you play it? PC, or other platform? What the game looked like?

It was an old-school styled 2D adventure game I played on the PC, the graphics were not similar but had about the same age as Sam and Max Hit the Road or something like Monkey Island (though I'm not sure if the game is from the 90s).

Donkey456:

Pixelhunter:

Donkey456:
I will try my luck with another one i remember.
It was a point and click game also had only DEMO version. You were on a farm and you played a young pretty lady. In the intro some old lady, your grandma (or mom) is yelling at you for something you have to do while your father is sick i think. In the middle of the farm was water well, barn, a house and some animals i think, all i remember you had to was to milk a cow, and when you had to leave farm to go in city or other place a game ended as it was demo. It was like Broken sword game series only i think graphic was more cartoon like The Walking Dead 2012 expect this game was made around 2004 so i presume graphic was worse than i recall.
Thanks

This one was a little harder to track down. But it has to be "Fairy Tale about Father Frost, Ivan and Nastya" (2005) or ("Vaeterchen Frost und die kleine Nastya", if you're German).

Wow man thats IT! you are awesome! thank you very much, how do you find those games? you remember playing them or just having better ways of finding games?

It's a mixture of both, really. Eg. I got Joan of Arc on the CD of a long-gone games magazine, so, yeah, I played it and also bought it on Steam to try on a newer PC.
And I did read PC gaming magazines back in the day and sometimes remember bits of it, like (p)reviews, pictures and stuff.
So I have to dig for it too to confirm.
Always a good place to start is MobyGames.
Often abandonware sites are helpful too as they usually break the games down into categories and have images etc.

RelativityMan:

Patrick Postma:
Please help me! I played a point and click PC-game like Freddi Fish and Pyjama Sam but it was in a house with monsters. You play with a small character and you can search for items just like in Freddi Fish. I guess the character you play as is a monster of a boy.
That's all I remember.
Please help!

Anyone?? I've posted this also on 7 march 2018 and now its 29 june 2019

Could that have been one of the games based on Mercer Mayer characters?

Another possibility is Math Blaster Mystery: The Great Brain Robbery, which unlike other Math Blaster games, is not sci-fi themed.

No neither one of these are the game I am searching for... But thanks for answering!

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!!

flap30:

flap30:

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!!

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