Find A Game Only You Played (H.O.R.S.E. for Gamers)

Imbarkus

As Sartre noted in his contemplation on Hell in No Exit, the true horror is other members.
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Anyone else played this



or what about this?



I was so excited when they announced a video game of my favorite book series of all time. Then I played the game. I think it may have been the first time a game made me cry tears of agony.
 
Feb 9, 2013
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Ahahahahahaha! ;)





The Epyx guys. Yeah me too. I loved all their shit.
OH FUCK IT ALL

ALL I WANT IS AN H D:

Joan of Arc, PC


Snoopy's Game Club, PC


Vexx, PS2


Spongebob: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman PS2


Math Blaster PC


Marble Blast Gold MAC


3-D Ultra Minigolf Deluxe PC


Radio Control Racers PC


I'm getting the feeling I'm not old enough to have a chance in hell at this.
 
Oct 31, 2004
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I'll offer this unlicensed NES game:







You controlled a cursor and had to make lines of like objects to remove them from the board before it filled up with incoming objects.

I played the hell out of it... anyone else play it?
 

Imbarkus

As Sartre noted in his contemplation on Hell in No Exit, the true horror is other members.
Mar 7, 2009
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OH FUCK IT ALL

ALL I WANT IS AN H D:

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Spongebob: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman PS2


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I'm getting the feeling I'm not old enough to have a chance in hell at this.
You shouldn't have used those all on your H dude, I only got you on one of them. ;)

 
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I still have the keyboard, the overlay and the cartridge. I love the keyboard. Never actually played the game though.

Also: Chips Challenge
Never ended both games, they are length and hard as hell

Played on both PC and LYNX. Lynx version had awesome music. PC version had custom levels.

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H-4: The busy world of Richard Scarry's Busytown. PC. The first PC game I ever played.
Played the PC version. Still have a few of the disks for it. Unfortunately, this game is nearly impossible to find or priced a little too high.


KYE. I don't think I'll be the only one to have played this, but it is a really weird little game from my childhood.
 
Mar 3, 2013
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OH FUCK IT ALL

ALL I WANT IS AN H D:

Math Blaster PC


Radio Control Racers PC


I'm getting the feeling I'm not old enough to have a chance in hell at this.
How old are you, Explosionguy? I played the hell out of Math Blaster as a kid.

OVER HERE WE'VE GOT SPOT
OVER HERE WE'VE GOT BLASTERNAUT
OVER HERE'S G.C.
MATH BLASTER!

So good. And GC was a woman!

As for RC Racers, I always saw that at Target but never bought it, so, along with that giant barrage, you may get your H after all!
 
Nov 8, 2012
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H-4: The busy world of Richard Scarry's Busytown. PC. The first PC game I ever played.
AH! So THAT was the name of the game! It's been nagging at me for a while now. I played that game a ton during my early childhood.

I still remember that cat guy going "Uh-oh!" if you cause an accident during the driving game. Good times.
 
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Let's try two more, which are games I fondly remember, more than games I legitimately expect NO ONE to have played...




First up, British Open Championship Golf, which was a major bomb back in the days of CD-ROM PC Gaming. It essentially caused Looking Glass Studios (of System Shock, Ultima Underworld, Terra Nova etc) to cease publishing efforts.

It was very well made and didn't really deserve such an ignoble fate.






Second is Tombs and Treasures, a hybrid Adventure/RPG game for NES. It had an extremely novel setting and it's a rare RPG for NES, so I imagine it might have a cult following, but it capture my imagination as a kid (much like The Magic of Scheherazade and Destiny of an Emperor I/II), and I wanted to see if any GAF members remember it.