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I need help remembering a game. I think it was called Learning something but it was an educational game and you find a time machine in the attic or something (maybe your grandfather leaves it to you) and you go back in time helping historical people with your companion who has a real messed up face.
I really need this guys! D:

 
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I played a game on Kongergate in 2012 or earlier. In this game you have to put all sorts of things, like mines, bows, teleporters, whatever yellow man received more damage. There are many tasks that give points. Then more points, then more weapons open and then more you can put it.

 
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Originally posted by conjectural:
Originally posted by conjectural:
Originally posted by Darver:
Originally posted by Deathscar:

Does anyone know the name of the flash game where you play as a guy whose spaceship had crashed and you need to rebuild it? It’s a top down shooter where you can dig on the ground to get materials to build all sorts of stuff to defend your ship. It also features a day and night cycle. Tried googling all the keywords I could think of and can’t find it.

Can’t think of what you’re looking for, but a very similar game is balloon in a wasteland.

I think the one mentioned above is ‘Morningstar’.

Actually maybe not, Morningstar features a crashed ship and exploration and repairs but I don’t think I remember any shooting.

Thanks for replying but no, sorry. It’s not MorningStar neither is Balloon in the Wasteland. It’s a top-down shooter ><

 
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Originally posted by Deathscar:

Does anyone know the name of the flash game where you play as a guy whose spaceship had crashed and you need to rebuild it? It&#8217;s a top down shooter where you can dig on the ground to get materials to build all sorts of stuff to defend your ship. It also features a day and night cycle. Tried googling all the keywords I could think of and can&#8217;t find it.

I did a bit of searching and the thing closest to your description that I could find is Planet Noevo.

 
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Originally posted by Darkboy5846:
Originally posted by Deathscar:

Does anyone know the name of the flash game where you play as a guy whose spaceship had crashed and you need to rebuild it? It&amp;#8217;s a top down shooter where you can dig on the ground to get materials to build all sorts of stuff to defend your ship. It also features a day and night cycle. Tried googling all the keywords I could think of and can&amp;#8217;t find it.

I did a bit of searching and the thing closest to your description that I could find is Planet Noevo.

Oh wow. This is it! Thank you so much!!

 
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In 1998/1999, I used to play a game on Windows 98. It was a 3D Snowboarding game for the desktop, but I don’t remember anything else, as i was a young llama at the time.

 
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Originally posted by SWATLLAMA:

In 1998/1999, I used to play a game on Windows 98. It was a 3D Snowboarding game for the desktop, but I don&#8217;t remember anything else, as i was a young llama at the time.

That’s…pretty vague, but fortunately it’s not a big genre.
Searching brings up three titles:

Extreme Wintersports.
Tech Deck Snowboarding
Supreme Snowboarding (Boarderzone).

Youtube has next to nothing on the first two. There appear to be lots of videos for the last one, so I’m inclined to guess it’d be that.

 
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Originally posted by wecl0me12:
Originally posted by weasleyismyking:

Hi, I&#8217;m looking for a puzzle-type game that I think was about a boy who dies. It&#8217;s a cube and you have to jump around the cube spinning it to find the exit. There were floaty type monster ghost things too. Can anyone help? Many thanks :)

http://armorgames.com/play/12770/five
This?

I JUST FOUND IT. Literally trawled through all the games on Notdoppler (where I used to hang before here) and I FOUND IT OHH TEARS OF JOY (hope it’s as good as I remember) http://www.notdoppler.com/sequester.php

 
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Originally posted by SuperCaliFragil:

It was a experimental game where you could do crazy things, for ex. A happy bowling ball just opened its mind to eat its dinner. Or an eggplant grim reaper is in a ice cream shop, and also, Perspective. Looks like a knife, but is really a bird.


The one you’re looking for is Mitoza. It’s on Kong, so just search for it.

 
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the game was a jousting tournament. u can get gold to upgrade your lance, your horse and your armor. if u losse a fight u play with the next generation ( “Name” III —→ “Name” IV) and u have to win a tournament to fight against the “dark knight”

 
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Originally posted by Misterx7:

the game was a jousting tournament. u can get gold to upgrade your lance, your horse and your armor. if u losse a fight u play with the next generation ( &#8220;Name&#8221; III &#8212;&#8594; &#8220;Name&#8221; IV) and u have to win a tournament to fight against the &#8220;dark knight&#8221;

The Lance

 
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I’m looking for a game that was under “Hot New Games” on Kongregate last year, I believe. The game featured turn-based fighting in an arena, where you could choose attacks and such. Your team consisted of two members, where you could choose from a range of fighters. I remember there being a paladin, a weird shield guy, a guy with a giant shield, a bard, and I think a shaman. The game began with you and your friend, the other fighter on your team, waiting in a line to sign up for some arena. You were then met by some girl with a golem, who appeared on the game picture. In the game, there was a world map kind of thing, where you could train by fighting random creatures, I think, a casino type thing, a shop ,and the actual arena where you progressed in the game. There might have been some weird building where you purchased cheerleaders, but I’m not sure. In the arena, you fought a few battles before you had to beat a boss to progress. After you beat a boss, I believe, you went to a sort of tavern to meet up with people, mostly the girl from before. I think the last boss was some old man who turns out to be some demon thing or whatever. If someone could please give me the name of this game, that’d be great, thanks.

 
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Originally posted by michaelan:

I’m looking for a game that was under “Hot New Games” on Kongregate last year, I believe. The game featured turn-based fighting in an arena, where you could choose attacks and such. Your team consisted of two members, where you could choose from a range of fighters. I remember there being a paladin, a weird shield guy, a guy with a giant shield, a bard, and I think a shaman. The game began with you and your friend, the other fighter on your team, waiting in a line to sign up for some arena. You were then met by some girl with a golem, who appeared on the game picture. In the game, there was a world map kind of thing, where you could train by fighting random creatures, I think, a casino type thing, a shop ,and the actual arena where you progressed in the game. There might have been some weird building where you purchased cheerleaders, but I’m not sure. In the arena, you fought a few battles before you had to beat a boss to progress. After you beat a boss, I believe, you went to a sort of tavern to meet up with people, mostly the girl from before. I think the last boss was some old man who turns out to be some demon thing or whatever. If someone could please give me the name of this game, that’d be great, thanks.

Champions of chaos

 
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Originally posted by Fireseal:
Originally posted by SWATLLAMA:

In 1998/1999, I used to play a game on Windows 98. It was a 3D Snowboarding game for the desktop, but I don&#8217;t remember anything else, as i was a young llama at the time.

That’s…pretty vague, but fortunately it’s not a big genre.
Searching brings up three titles:

Extreme Wintersports.
Tech Deck Snowboarding
Supreme Snowboarding (Boarderzone).

Youtube has next to nothing on the first two. There appear to be lots of videos for the last one, so I’m inclined to guess it’d be that.

I don’t think it was Supreme Snowboarding, but if it isn’t, it must’ve been a rip-off from it, since that looks almost exactly the same! Maybe it’s just cause I was playing it on a 16-bit computer.

 
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I had this game where it was kinda like the sims but a bit more realistic you had to build a city I think it was on a blackberry that i played it it had houses buissness factories and a bit more stuff i loved that game but i just do not remenber so I hope I can find again soon.

 
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Originally posted by Benjie007:
Originally posted by michaelan:

I’m looking for a game that was under “Hot New Games” on Kongregate last year, I believe. The game featured turn-based fighting in an arena, where you could choose attacks and such. Your team consisted of two members, where you could choose from a range of fighters. I remember there being a paladin, a weird shield guy, a guy with a giant shield, a bard, and I think a shaman. The game began with you and your friend, the other fighter on your team, waiting in a line to sign up for some arena. You were then met by some girl with a golem, who appeared on the game picture. In the game, there was a world map kind of thing, where you could train by fighting random creatures, I think, a casino type thing, a shop ,and the actual arena where you progressed in the game. There might have been some weird building where you purchased cheerleaders, but I’m not sure. In the arena, you fought a few battles before you had to beat a boss to progress. After you beat a boss, I believe, you went to a sort of tavern to meet up with people, mostly the girl from before. I think the last boss was some old man who turns out to be some demon thing or whatever. If someone could please give me the name of this game, that’d be great, thanks.

Champions of chaos

Great, thanks a lot.

 
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Now this one is going to be very tricky and quite out there, and I know I have a copy somewhere which I cannot find right now, but I’ll try to explain it.

From what I remember it was some sort of point and click knight’s quest sort of game. It did work on PC as that is what I played it on many years ago, the game must have been made in the 80’s sometime. Very unrealistic graphics, I don’t know how to explain them, you could talk to npcs I believe by clicking on them, they didn’t move or anything though.

 
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this is a quiz type game about games on kongregate and it’s badged lol

 
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Originally posted by Tikikala:

this is a quiz type game about games on kongregate and it’s badged lol

Do You Know Flash Games?

 
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This one where you’re a little, demon-like red fairy who runs around on leaves collecting rings. Each of the four rings gives you a new spell; the first, given to you at the beginning, casts a red bubble around you; the second, given after a tree-like boss fight, fires yellow drops downwards.
The third is given after you kill a flying critter. It’s a lightning attack. I didn’t get the last one.

 
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Originally posted by conjectural:
Originally posted by conjectural:
Originally posted by Darver:
Originally posted by Deathscar:

Does anyone know the name of the flash game where you play as a guy whose spaceship had crashed and you need to rebuild it? It’s a top down shooter where you can dig on the ground to get materials to build all sorts of stuff to defend your ship. It also features a day and night cycle. Tried googling all the keywords I could think of and can’t find it.

Can’t think of what you’re looking for, but a very similar game is balloon in a wasteland.

I think the one mentioned above is ‘Morningstar’.

Actually maybe not, Morningstar features a crashed ship and exploration and repairs but I don’t think I remember any shooting.

I’m intrigued. Someone answer this, I want to play it.

 
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Originally posted by Nerdsoft:

This one where you’re a little, demon-like red fairy who runs around on leaves collecting rings. Each of the four rings gives you a new spell; the first, given to you at the beginning, casts a red bubble around you; the second, given after a tree-like boss fight, fires yellow drops downwards.
The third is given after you kill a flying critter. It’s a lightning attack. I didn’t get the last one.

Is it a flash game? If it is, is it on Kongregate?

I’m intrigued. Someone answer this, I want to play it.

It was answered. The game was Planet Noevo.

 
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I remember watching the game-play of this game somewhere before… Feels like it’s a build and protect your base game.
1)It’s not a flash game.
2)It’s similar to Warcraft 3, I think.
3)There was an age progress bar at the top that tells you when and what age is next, and when an age arrives, your buildings automatically change. I recall seeing the buildings, such as the walls and barracks, change from wood to buildings that look like they were from the roman empire(must be one of the age available) once the display showed that the age has arrived.
4)The map’s covered with a fog of war and you had to send your troops to scout the area.
5)There are monsters, they attack your base, but when? I don’t remember. What do they look like? I don’t remember too.
I really want to try it out after recalling this while rolling on my bed trying to get some sleep, heh. Thanks!

 
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Could someone remember the game :
Its a 2.5 D or more likely 2D , you have something like smurfs and you build ur city and advance in science , and you have like in Sims bars of knowledge for some skills like : crafting , woodcuting , stonecutting ,cooking….
and you dig down to find shrooms to feed your (smurfs i think) something like them ( first need to cook it) and later you can build a elvator and find gold and other mins , and find enemy’s that your (smurfs as i think) need to kill with hands ( or if they have made swords ) and eventually your (smurfs) ( a woman smurf and man smurf make a baby) and eventually they die and the baby continues where they did stop :)

 
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