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It was this game called StarFox 64.

 
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I hate playing the memory game with myself. O.o

 
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I saw the gameplay video on youtube, but the video didn’t mention the name of game.
Around 1:35 of this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJhfovbfiVs

This is a 3D game like “Crush the Castle”.
http://s16.postimage.org/l6fja25it/0_1.png
http://s12.postimage.org/n55pxeoct/0_2.png

If you happen to know the name, please tell me.
Thank you!

 
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I remember a game where you have to escape from some kind of dungeon-cave thing. It’s a platformer, and the character is a white head. You can jump or walk around, and also you could teleport close to your location if you have enough energy. Blue crystals replenish your energy. There are missiles, and it was based on an old game.

 
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Originally posted by KanotiS:

I saw the gameplay video on youtube, but the video didn’t mention the name of game.
Around 1:35 of this video

I think the first game is qwop, although it’s made in 2d flash, not in unity.
No idea about the second game!

 
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Originally posted by a3lex33:

Can you help me to remember one game? In the game there was space and 2 huge teams of spaceships/colonys. You start game at the home space base and had some missions. Sometimes you could upgrade your ship. There were different kind of missions, in some of them you needed to help ally, in some you was needed to assasinate someones spaceship. The map was really huge. In the game you acted like a freelancer, not like army man. Lastly, i cant remember if was everything computer generated or real people were playing too, so the game might be an online one. Someone help?

I think it’s called Void, although it has 4 factions, unlike your description. It’s fully computer generated, and I heard there is a sequel in work.

 
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Does anyone remember that game where you are a warrior running and you have a time limit,theres a final boss and everything and at the end of every run you have a level which is your score multiplier?Theres certain stops where you get armor and others you get more time and another for potions

 
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nvm found it

 
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Looking for a flash game (dont remember if this is on kong) – rpg in quite retro style, you were descending into some dungeon/cave looking for your girlfriend (or daughter, dont remember), there were notes written by some adventurer (he was final boss). There where zombies, skeletons, mages, ghosts as enemies. There were some kind of in-game achievments, like collecting all coins (or something like that) on every level, nokilling and so on

 
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Originally posted by ds_914:

I remember a game where you have to escape from some kind of dungeon-cave thing. It’s a platformer, and the character is a white head. You can jump or walk around, and also you could teleport close to your location if you have enough energy. Blue crystals replenish your energy. There are missiles, and it was based on an old game.

Sounds like Focus.

 
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Originally posted by Witekdddd:

Looking for a flash game (dont remember if this is on kong) – rpg in quite retro style, you were descending into some dungeon/cave looking for your girlfriend (or daughter, dont remember), there were notes written by some adventurer (he was final boss). There where zombies, skeletons, mages, ghosts as enemies. There were some kind of in-game achievments, like collecting all coins (or something like that) on every level, nokilling and so on

The Adventures of Dear Explorer.

 
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I am looking for a defense type game. It was a game where you start out by picking one of three heros (a knight, archer and wizard I think). Each level you then place a regular unit (archer/knight/wizard) somewhere on the field. These units (I think) can only be placed in certain spots. After X waves in the level you got some sort of currency. At that point you could then upgrade your hero or your units (if you had enough currency). Once units are placed on the field they cannot move (other then knights which had a radious they moved around in).

I know there are lots of these types of games, but the two biggest ‘unique’ things I remember was the hero and upgrades.

 
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Originally posted by Hotshot2012:

I am looking for a defense type game. It was a game where you start out by picking one of three heros (a knight, archer and wizard I think). Each level you then place a regular unit (archer/knight/wizard) somewhere on the field. These units (I think) can only be placed in certain spots. After X waves in the level you got some sort of currency. At that point you could then upgrade your hero or your units (if you had enough currency). Once units are placed on the field they cannot move (other then knights which had a radious they moved around in).

I know there are lots of these types of games, but the two biggest ‘unique’ things I remember was the hero and upgrades.

Sounds similar to this, Hands of war tower defense.

 
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thats the one. Tnx. Been a long time since I played it (I never got the last badge). Using an archor this time instead of knight that needs to run around to hit an enemy.

 
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There was a game I played awhile ago,it was a spaceship battle game, really simple, you would battle an AI ship and level up either Speed Health or Damage. The fights were all automated so all you did was watch, anyone know the name? I spent far to long trying to google it.

 
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Hello everyone. Basically there was a start and endpoint but there were obstacles and such in the way. What you had to do is get to the endpoint by making a path before the computer did. So you would make the path and press “go” or something and it would simulate. Eventually you had to beat 2 computers if I remember correctly. Thanks.

 
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There was a game on Kongregate with badges.

There was a guy who went deep diving into the oceans, to kill fish and collect money. You could purchase some upgrades. At night, he would get nightmares sometimes about getting chased by weird sea creatures.

I believe the title had something fishing or ocean related.

 
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Originally posted by pika493:

There was a game on Kongregate with badges.

There was a guy who went deep diving into the oceans, to kill fish and collect money. You could purchase some upgrades. At night, he would get nightmares sometimes about getting chased by weird sea creatures.

I believe the title had something fishing or ocean related.

Fisher-Diver.

 
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PLEASE HELP :D

GAME #1: sidescrolling shooter with awesome graphics and destructible scenery. I remember that you fight in a train and then the train crashes. Later you are on board a nuclear missile and have to fight the bad guy and disarm the nuke. The main reason I remember this game is the levels are very dynamic and change a lot. There are levels where you get to drive a tank or APC (still side scrolling).

GAME #2: it was a platformer/adventure game where you had to go from screen to screen and each item you collected gave you a new power, like double jump. It was NOT Robot Wants Kitty/Puppy/IceCream. I remember there were boots that let you jump higher. I think there was an underwater level and also a snow level (with a yeti?) and at the end you had to go to the final part of the game by triple-jumping up a cliff on the left side of the starting zone.

 
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I am looking for a *dungeon" rpg game whose name I have forgotten. In that game, you could choose between one of many classes such as a vampire, priest, barbarian, mage, ranger and etc. You start out with only a small piece of map and as you walk around you will be able to complete the map. Every level, there is an end boss and hordes of monsters attacking you. Every time you complete a level you fall through a black panel and you start over again. Everytime you climb down a hole the monsters get harder and harder but keep dropping better and better loot. I believe there was a poison type weapon in the game? I think you could level up your stats as well.

I’m pretty sure I played this game on kongregate but can’t remember what the name is.

 
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Originally posted by TraitorJo:

I am looking for a *dungeon" rpg game whose name I have forgotten. In that game, you could choose between one of many classes such as a vampire, priest, barbarian, mage, ranger and etc. You start out with only a small piece of map and as you walk around you will be able to complete the map. Every level, there is an end boss and hordes of monsters attacking you. Every time you complete a level you fall through a black panel and you start over again. Everytime you climb down a hole the monsters get harder and harder but keep dropping better and better loot. I believe there was a poison type weapon in the game? I think you could level up your stats as well.

I’m pretty sure I played this game on kongregate but can’t remember what the name is.

Hack Slash Crawl

Originally posted by humnab:

PLEASE HELP :D

GAME #1: sidescrolling shooter with awesome graphics and destructible scenery. I remember that you fight in a train and then the train crashes. Later you are on board a nuclear missile and have to fight the bad guy and disarm the nuke. The main reason I remember this game is the levels are very dynamic and change a lot. There are levels where you get to drive a tank or APC (still side scrolling).

GAME #2: it was a platformer/adventure game where you had to go from screen to screen and each item you collected gave you a new power, like double jump. It was NOT Robot Wants Kitty/Puppy/IceCream. I remember there were boots that let you jump higher. I think there was an underwater level and also a snow level (with a yeti?) and at the end you had to go to the final part of the game by triple-jumping up a cliff on the left side of the starting zone.

Game 2 is endeavor