The second image link is broken apparently. Can't you use imgur?
Deva wrote:Documented Lode Runner well. Skimmed through many levels without success. Assumes a similar type game.
Flynn Sprint? Mentions it solely due to no useful video or screenshots. (Happens to be listening to Fury Sparks from Tales of Vesperia too.) Describes it as similar to Lode Runner.
Ruled out every other game. Might be more obscure or from a collection.
Oakfeather wrote:Hey guys,
So there was a game I used to play when I was younger, and now I cannot remember the name of it or too many details... but here's what I remember:
The game was for PC, you could download it from the internet.
I played it sometime in 2003-2006 ish time period on Windows XP.
I think it was in isometric 3d and each level was kinda like a maze. I think you had to avoid enemies and collect keys. I'm not sure if you could kill the enemies or just avoid running into them. The main character may have been somewhat feline. I think there were lot of puzzles to open a door or gate and get to a certain area.
The game had a free trial with about 10 or so levels, and the full version maybe had around 100.
I think the game used a lot of blue colors or blue mazes.
Anyone have an inkling of what I am talking about? It was free and I think you could see links to it on some free game aggregate websites, but it also had it's own website, I think.
mhdfgfg wrote:Hi, I am still looking for this game, it might be a dos game. I want exactly the game shown in picture.
heuristically_alone wrote:I want to write a DnD campaign and play it by myself and DM it myself.
heuristically_alone wrote:I have been informed that this is called writing a book.
SecondTalon wrote:mhdfgfg wrote:Hi, I am still looking for this game, it might be a dos game. I want exactly the game shown in picture.
And you've gotten a shitload of help. If someone notices it and answers later, fine. Otherwise - we don't know. Sorry. Stop asking.
Deva wrote:The Binary?
Winning Google search: "Source Code" Movie Kongregate.
Usually attempts to answer "What makes this game unique?". Tried iterations of Bodyguard, Assassin, Protect, Guard, and "Time Travel". Switched to the movie inspiration instead. Doubted more than one game on Kongregate like that. Checked Wikipedia and TVTropes for mentions. Returned nothing. Ran various forms of the correct search before finding it. May not work for all flash games, however.
Indigesta wrote:Hi all!
From time to time I make an attempt at finding an old game that I used to play back around the end of the 90s...hope somebody can help!
* Background: the gameplay was quite similar to Chip's challenge. You played a white square-like character who could shoot square-like enemies and had to find colour-coded keys in order to complete levels. I distinctly remember some of the enemies being ninjas, then you had the blood worm (or lava worm or magma worm?) - which was a fast running worm composed of 4-5 red circles - and you could use dynamite as a weapon.
* System: Dos / Windows 95?
* Year: mid / late 90s
* Perspective: 2D
* Environment: again, similar to Chip's challenge but with dark coloured maze-like levels; some level with lava pools maybe?
* Genre: I'd say adventure/puzzle
* Gameplay: arrow keys; space bar?
Eowiel wrote:DaBigCheez wrote:Hmm, have been trying to find a decent spacefaring-trading-game-kind-of-a-thing, and remembering one I used to play way back when, but Google is being no help.
* Background: Used to play while growing up, probably late '90s/early '00s; so, nostalgia kicking in pretty good. I mostly remember it for the races/factions having their own musical themes, some of them being very familiar drum cadences or patriotic-ish songs; the other specific thing I remember is that one of the races had a ship that looked sort of like a bubbly gel pickle. I am not sure if it was actually named the Globulator, or if I always just named it that myself.
* System: PC of some type, probably either win-95 or MS-DOS. May have been shareware/come on floppies, but again, uncertain.
* Year: Late '90s/early '00s, probably. Possibly as early as early/mid-'90s - I think I was playing it several years before Halo came out.
* Perspective: 2D third-person, I believe - you would make trades and watch a little animation of your ship zipping around in space, but wouldn't directly fly it.
* Art style: Cartoonish in general - some of the races looked like somewhat whimsical paint-by-numbers drawings, I believe.
* Environment: Lots of zipping around in space - I'm not sure if interplanetary or interstellar. Again, the "whoosh" of the animation with the ship zipping through space - which I believe was just the ship sprite/image being essentially copy-pasted over the static background - is one of my main memories.
* Mood: Fairly light-hearted and comical, I believe.
* Genre: Trading game, with ships to carry goods between planets and price differentials between them.
* Gameplay: I remember very little of this, besides that the races/ships had different stats in some way (cargo bay, top speed, etc.), I believe random events could happen between planets as you were hauling cargo, and I believe you could interact with the other (AI-controlled) traders in some way - I'm not sure if there was direct interaction, or just updates on their progress in making money relative to yours, but I do know that occasionally a window would pop up with their portrait and theme song giving some info about them or maybe having them taunt you.
Also, if anyone knows of other games that might play out similarly to this, let me know. Basically, "like Freelancer, without the combat and more turn-based-ish/less fully-attention-demanding when things are going on".
Maybe Gazzilionaire by Lavaminds?
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