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There are two old pc games that I have been wanting to find for sometime. Not knowing what they're called is the problem and it drives me partially crazy every time I think of them and contemplate how they might be lost in the folds of the net, if they even exist anywhere anymore.

1. Platform game, quite pretty, from early 90's I'd guess based on how evolved the graphics were. I believe it had a ninja in it, that you play, but don't hold me to that. Certainly the levels I played looked oriental and the character was dressed in black martial arts robes. Mainly want to find this because it looked so majestic and I might not suck at it/won't have to wrestle the computer off my brother so would actually get to play it this time.

2. This one was later on in the 90's, worked on Windows (probably 95) and came on a Computer Shopper cover disc - not that this detail helps me since they don't have any archives for that on their website. Was a pet game but quite different from Catz or Dogz. Everything was acid bright colours, set in an apartment/living room, and the pet was some odd armadillo/anteater creature. You could be really mean to it. It was original for the time and quite amusing, I've wanted to see this one again for years. Think pet was in the title but that really doesn't help me in tracking it down.



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Apr. 19th, 2007 10:46 am (UTC)
1. Says to me Shinobi, old platform game where you play a ninja

2. I have no idea :S
Apr. 19th, 2007 06:49 pm (UTC)
Shinobi 3 and Legions look possible but it's hard to find screenshots, the few I found don't rign a bell so much even though they look vaguely the level of graphical pretty, just not quite there from what I remember. I guess I'd have to play those ands ee if they jog my memory, though I think they're not the right one - still worth playing I imagine. Thanks for your suggestion. :)
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