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@Yjhu59

I think you are talking about Elona shooter

 
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Trying to figure out a game that was featured just recently on Gamestop TV instore. You connect numbers with colors to form a picture, any clue?

 
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There was a farming game. I don’t really remember but it was like Plants VS. Zombies with nice graphics and each level you unlock something. I think you fight pests also in the game. It’s not pest control, the graphics are not the same. It was a downloadable game. Can someone help please?

 
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Originally posted by Callidus171:

Trying to figure out a game that was featured just recently on Gamestop TV instore. You connect numbers with colors to form a picture, any clue?

Perhaps Color Link-a-Pix Light Vol 1 or its sequel Color Link-a-Pix Light Vol 2?

 
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Originally posted by yjhu59:

There was this flash game where you started out with a pistol and you had to kill a certain amount of animals to go to the next level after each level you got to upgrade your gun and their was a ton of different paths it was like a triangular layout for the upgrade menu

If not Elona Shooter, was it this?

 
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I’m trying to remember a game.
Basically there’s a stick figure that’s done something like arson, rape, etc every time you play. There are arrows/triangles indicating the paths you can go. There are irony bonuses too, but the results screen is seizure-inducing. There are things along the way that damage your stick guy and give you points.

 
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Originally posted by Solitariness:

I’m trying to remember a game.
Basically there’s a stick figure that’s done something like arson, rape, etc every time you play. There are arrows/triangles indicating the paths you can go. There are irony bonuses too, but the results screen is seizure-inducing. There are things along the way that damage your stick guy and give you points.

I think that’s a sort of stickman game. I’m not sure, though :/

 
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About a year ago I played a physics game made in Unity. You commanded a steampunk airship armed with a cannon and you had to demolish castles which stood on mechanical floating platforms. There were also golden ingots, which gave you extra points upon knocking them off the platforms, explosive boxes and black boxes which lead to a level failure after being kicked away. After some progress new projectiles could be unlocked, like explosive ball and shrapnel ball. There also was a plotline: two gnomes who owned the airship were chasing after the evil wizard (or witch? don`t remember correctly).

I forgot the name of this game, but i searched through my faves (I`m certain that I had added it!) and through artillery, physics, 3D and Unity tags. This game had a rating somewhere in between 3 and 4. I could recognize it by the thumbnail, but now I`m feeling like this game had been removed somewhy.

 
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Solitariness
Isn`t that Mutilate-a-doll?

 
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Originally posted by Master_Of_Helium:

Solitariness
Isn`t that Mutilate-a-doll?

Uh, Solitariness said “arrows/triangles indicadeing the paths you go, sezuire-ducing results screen, and irony bonuses.” I don’t think that game would have them.

 
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stick figure

stick guy

a sort of stickman game

ePro, are you fucking retarded?

I lol’d. So freaking hard.

 
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I have one, I dont remember it very well but i know you were a guy stuck in a computer. For example you could stand still for a while and the screensaver would appear and a moving bar could carry you places. There was also a game you could get to hit the icon i think and it had like a red teardrop or something on it. I dont totally remember if it had a very good story or not.I think you had to climb to the different icons such as shortcuts on the desktop.

 
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What was that game where you had this arrow thing, that kept going down and when you pressed space of something, it would go up? And you had to avoid the edges or it would be game over.

 
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A game where you’re an airplane-like-thing and you had this magnet attached to the airplane, and you could pick up steel items or enemy cars/tanks and throw them at the other car/tanks and can absorb the steel to level up your airplane, or give it to your tower to level up.

 
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@Phoenix23 I played that once but i have no clue. I’ll see if i can find it.

 
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I remember this game vaguely. It was a game for Windows 95 I believe (Maybe windows ‘98). It was on a floppy disk I think, not a CD. I could be wrong about that. However, I do know it involved a guy entering a haunted house, which had a blue tint on most things. There was a staircase to the left leading upstairs, which I remember. I believe it was point ’n click, the protagonist had to explore the house. I tried searching for it before but I couldn’t find anything. Thanks for the help if you can.

 
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Originally posted by GottaAskTheMan:

What was that game where you had this arrow thing, that kept going down and when you pressed space of something, it would go up? And you had to avoid the edges or it would be game over.

Sounds somewhat like Metro Siberia, but I really can’t tell, since there are lots of games like it.

 
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Originally posted by aussy16:

I remember this game vaguely. It was a game for Windows 95 I believe (Maybe windows ‘98). It was on a floppy disk I think, not a CD. I could be wrong about that. However, I do know it involved a guy entering a haunted house, which had a blue tint on most things. There was a staircase to the left leading upstairs, which I remember. I believe it was point ’n click, the protagonist had to explore the house. I tried searching for it before but I couldn’t find anything. Thanks for the help if you can.

Could be Maniac Mansion? Classic point-and-click, haunted house with an upward staircase to left in the first floor of the mansion and I believe I recall one version of the game using a lot of blue shades. The game has been ported to numerous systems over the years, so that aesthetic may change with different releases.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maniac_Mansion

 
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I’m looking for a Kong game from the last couple of years:

It’s a sliding picture puzzle game where the picture segments are all different sizes and they stretch or shrink depending on which slot you move them to. The pictures are mostly photographs and they include: A Broadway scene with posters of musicals; an elephant; a church altar; an asian food stand; an African watering hole with a herd of animals (hippos or wart hogs or something.)

Anyone know the name of this game?

 
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Sounds like Not to Scale.

 
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That’s it! Thanks plujan! =)

 
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It’s not an easy one,but here goes.I’ve once played a game (about 8-9 years ago),not sure if it was an actual game or a parody.In short,the main characters were two “pacman thingies” (like a pacman,just with lots of guns and in “rambo style” ),there was also a 2 player co-op option if I remember right.The idea was (seen in the intro),a series of famous characters (smurfs,Rayman and I kinda forgot the rest) turned evil and the pacman’s were sent to kill them.All I remember was the 1st level where you could see Gargamel dead,shoot on the floor and a wave of smurfs coming to attack you.Anyone recognize the game from this description?

 
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Originally posted by Epic20422:

@Phoenix23 I played that once but i have no clue. I’ll see if i can find it.

Well.. I just found it. Typed “game plane magnet” and went to images and was the second image. It’s called Magnetic Defense. Thanks for trying though.

 
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I was playing this game the other day on Kongregate, it was on the hot new games tab at the time I believe. It had two main parts to it – a kind of build a village part, and then a combat part that involved climbing levels of a tower. Combat was turn based – reminded me of sonny, thanks in advance if anyone knows.