Might as well give this a try
I've been looking for this game for literally years, and never found out what it was, as it's been over 15 years ago and I cannot remember a whole lot about it.
Amiga game, around the same time as King's Bounty.
It was a strategy game with some rpg elements, and it involved cauldrons, top down view (as far as I can remember!) using tiles (I think!)
yes it's not a whole lot to go on, if anything... but I reaaaaally want to know what game it was, I played it a ton when I was young, that game and king's bounty were my most played games on the amiga.
What I remember too is that it was (too) hard for younger people, I remember I never figured out what I was supposed to do in the game and regardless of not knowing I still enjoyed it
Then again it wasn't until a recent replay of KB that I figured out you could fly over the main map if your army consisted purely out of flying creatures... I never knew that when I was young so I always ran out of days in the desert map :P
I'm looking for a really really old game. I was playing that game on the old 8088 my father had (or maybe the 486 can't really remember)
It was a 2D platformer game where you were wallking thhrough numerous caves with your sword, getting different sword upgrades to continue your journey.
For what i remember, i was stuck because i needed a sword that could cut through metal to destroy the metalic blob creature.
I'm look for a game I played long ago. All I remember about it is:
A. Third person fantasy slasher
B. Probably published 2001-2003
C. Set in a world divided by a chasm with good/evil sides
D. Each side had several classes that could be played
E. Had a "mechanical" animated game menu
Thanks in advance.
Moved post to appropriate thread. --Sj
Last edited by Sj; 2013-06-20 at 09:27 PM.
guessing its http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enclave_(video_game)
because you asked this exact question on a different forum a few days ago.
dragonmaw - EU
Edit: The only other game I've been able to think of was Castles II. Castles had cauldrons of oil or something.
Edit 2: Was it Lords of Chaos?
It's kind of fun thinking so far back.
I am trying to find an old Playstation game I played loooong ago, and Google is not helping very well...
The game is basically (from what I remember) a sci fi chess board, you have pieces you move around during turns and with currency you create more units (kind of like Heroes of Might and Magic) but when you initiate a battle with the enemy, it would turn into a live action Street Fighter battle, so you control your unit that has a majority of moves you can perform, and they control theirs. After the battle whoever won will keep their piece but any health lost stays the same, and I don't think they can actually regenerate life.
I think you win the game when you destroy the opponents main building.
If it helps the only unit I remember is a rocket ship, and at any time you could blast in the air and terminate your unit in an attempt to destroy or do massive damage to the opponent.
I am unsure if this game is PS1 or PS2
Not much info but I hope someones brain sparks!
Merged with main thread.
Spice & Wolf Rewatch
Me and my friends use to play a free mmo game where you would go around and kill dragons for there scales. Upon getting there scales you could then sell them for xp or gold. Now there is more to this then what i remember but i cant think of the game for the life of me any help would be awsome
As a kid there was this game that I loved, but I can't for the life of me figure out what it was called. It was a 90s point n click game for the PC, with graphics similiar to that of Myst, and featured a circus with a big eye with a suit and a top hat as it's host. That's the only things I can truly remember. Does anyone know what it's called?
An educational game? Did you solve math problems?
First I remember there was a thread where you could ask about game name specifying things you know about it, but I was looking for it and I cannot find it so I'm very sorry for making a new thread.
So... what I remember is that was some kind of football manager (it's old game). You could build up your stadium, bet on games and so on but most important thing was that you could cheat games. Like you could pay other club to loose a game. Also at the start you could choose if you want to play with this dark side of football or not. Anyone remember the name of it ?
Spelling errors. :P