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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by plujan:
Originally posted by Nechestiv:

The game was a side-scrolling fighting game. The combat scrolling was similar to that of “Caligula” and the “Hobo” series. I think it was a medieval kind of theme and some of the enemies were skeletons. The map of levels looked and unlocked similar to the “Crush the Castle” series, and as more levels were unlocked, the mobs became much more harder to manage.

Well, Warlords: Heroes fits what you’re talking about, although there’s probably other possibilities too.

That wasn’t the one I was looking for, but I might check out that game anyway :P

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

The game was a side-scrolling fighting game. The combat scrolling was similar to that of “Caligula” and the “Hobo” series. I think it was a medieval kind of theme and some of the enemies were skeletons. The map of levels looked and unlocked similar to the “Crush the Castle” series, and as more levels were unlocked, the mobs became much more harder to manage.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Well this game reminds me of the Territory War Series, but I have this odd feeling that it involves pirates. If I remember correctly, some weapons included a wind up robot, a barrel of something, and perhaps an anchor. I don’t remember much about the game. Any pointers are appreciated.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

This game is definitely on Kongregate. It’s a shooter game that revolves around shooting swarms of enemies, then focusing on a boss. If I remember correctly, one of the bosses had an attack similar to directing bees onto the player. The reward was a gun that did the same thing. Each level had a new background area and there was a steep difficulty increase in each level. I’m not sure if that will ring any bells, but any help is appreciated.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

This game was a side-scrolling zombie game. The environment reminds me of the “Dad” games that I saw on new grounds and another game “Hobo.” The environment was also city-like if I remember correctly. The character uses a melee weapon or firearm to kill zombies, and unlocks weapons as the game progresses.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by 19Noodles19:

STILL Looking:
-Platformer
-You can temporarily freeze time
-While time is frozen you can move boxes to get over steep walls and such
-While time is frozen you can also change the direct of the bullets that are fired at you
-There are a few types of enemies, I believe all were types of gunmen
-Is not “The Mind Bender”
-It is verrrry old. So old, that I was younger and was just starting online gaming, so it was probably on AddictingGames or something like that.
—Thanks in advance

http://www.kongregate.com/games/flasharcade/tempus-terminus?acomplete=tempus
There ya go. Perhaps a bit late, but better late than never.

 
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Topic: Anti-Idle: The Game / Frequently Asked Questions & Ask stupid questions here!

I don’t know if someone can sticky this somewhere such as in the beginning post, but here’s a quick tip (although it should be common sense) for Ubuntu users.

Go to your home folder and press CTRL + H to reveal hidden folders. Find .macromedia and open it.
Follow this: .macromedia > Flash_Player > #SharedObjects > letters/numbers

Once you get here, right click on chat.kongregate.com and select Ubuntu One > Synchronize this folder
Now your folder is automatically synchronizes every time anything changes within and is stored online. This is accessible from many devices, so perhaps this could open up possibilities of playing on other devices as long as you synchronize on the other said devices?

EDIT:
I’m pretty sure that both Mac and Windows users can download Ubuntu One, which allows 5gb of free cloud storage online that AUTOMATICALLY synchronizes as you save. So…you’re welcome for automatic backups .