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A psychological horror game about life, childhood memories and fear of growing up -- Genre: Psychological horror adventure Game Progression: 100% completed Year 199X: Timothy is a young 10-years old boy very passionate about videogames and living his last days of childhood. The last two days of summer holidays between the ending of the elementary school and the starting of the middle school will teach him something both important and terrible. Behind the mask of a normal family, lies a secret that is slowly consuming Timothy's mind. Who is Mr. Knight? Who is the mysterious girl appeared all of a sudden? Who is the real Timothy? Explore Timothy's house, discover his family and prepare for a weird journey: a lonely child, a videogames lover with a very special friend. But friendship can end if something new comes to break the spell, and as your best friend becomes your foe, will you be able to live on? The Last Summer is a top-down adventure game that will let you follow Timothy's life during a very special period of his life. TRAILER: KIBOU ENTERTAINMENT TEAM: Simone "Lord Macbeth" - Storywriting, mapping, eventing Dave "Mishima" - Additional pixel art, character designer, artwork designer SCREENSHOTS: Features: - Two different endings - A deep story full of childhood emotions and fears - Old school videogames references - Very detailed mapping to improve visual feelings Download the full game http://kibou-entertainment.itch.io/the-last-summer Known Issues: Nothing known at the moment, but if something is found please feel free to contact me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/KibouEntertainm
NES A NeverEnding Story about games, that will always be remembered. Nintendo Entertaining System, also known as simply - NES was one of the consoles, that were a main part of my childhood. Many of us still love and even play games from that console. Each game released on that console was specializing in having its own unique and simple gameplay, that could entertain us for hours, days, moths or even years. That's where the 'graphics' were not the most important thing in games. Some games are memorable by soundtracks included in them or by their unique gameplay. ~The graphics are mentioned rarely. Sometimes the graphics were even ridiculous, but still the game could be loved. (Example: Trees in 'Contra' just right at the beginning of Stage 1, where our 'hero' is about the same size of the trees seen behind him - there were no hate comments like games could get these times) Sadly, we can't go back to the past and experience all of this again, but at least, we have the memories that are indescribable. What are your favorite games? What soundtracks do you liked most? What games were entertaining you for tons of hours?
As an avid fan of the Harry Potter line of video games, I wanted to open it up for discussion! The first three PC games are my favorites. I love their adventure quality. PC 4 was good too, though different. The PlayStation HP games I like best (as well as being the only two I've fully played) are the Wonderbook games: Book of Spells and Book of Potions.
You ever think back and have that one cartoon you saw when you were a kid and couldn't remember what the heck it was called or maybe anything but a few hazy images or half remembered plot line? I sure have! I saw a heck of a lot of stuff when I was a kid, most of them pretty well established as a part of pop culture. I mean I am sure it isn't hard to remember stuff like Tron, Dr. Who (pre-revival I mean) or Capitan N, even if you can't remember anything about them, you usually can remember what they were and easily are able to look them up and rewatch them anytime you want. And there are probably a number of unremarkable things that you have seen that you have completely forgotten or faded into a generic mishmash because they are so forgettable. But then there are things you have seen that stick with you somehow (even if they are not very good) but have become so buried in popular culture or what I do remember is so hard to explain or search for that a simple google search just doesn't cut it. At worst you wonder if the show is all in your head or you were confused or something. Slowly but surly I have been able to uncover most of the half remembered things from my childhood. Just today I was looking once again for a show I saw about signing robots from the future with hearts on their chest, and low and behold when searching for "80s cartoon robots" in google image search I found this. Could it be? Sure enough I found it. Only it turns out no time travel was involved. I thought the robots came from the future for some reason. Anyway this isn't the first time I found something long lost that was buried in my brain. Last time a half-remembered scene about a dog food can logo with a picture of a dog holding a can (on which was a picture of a dog holding a can, on which was a picture of a dog holding a can, on which was a picture of a dog holding a can... zooming in all the way further and further to infinity) lead me to this. Before that I half remembered a TV show where the villain was a greedy guy who was bulldozing down a forest (and in the opening represented this by him playing a basic pacman like game with a bulldozer as pacman and trees as the dots) and the animals trying to stop him which I found because Jim Sterling (thank god for him) kept using a picture of the villain in his videos (whenever he talks about greedy game corporations... which is a lot). Before that searching for half remembered show about a painter resting under a tree in a forest and given the ability to talk to animals for a time while he worked to save the forest from a villain who was basically made out of thorns who became good and bloomed into a rose in the end lead to this. And finally the start of all this was when I on a whim decided to watch an old anime about a cute widdle unicorn, and was shocked to discover one of the movies he stared in was one I had seen before. I remembered a lot about it to, the creepy evil puppet villain, the way he turned people into flat puppets and made built buildings out of them, how he had this aprentice, how he was powered by hate... But I completely forgot about the hero, I remembered the hero being the apprentice, and remembered him as another toy that came to life and turned good in the end. So there you go. And with that, the only half remembered thing I remember seeing as a kid I can't remember the title of or anything really about was a live action fantasy movie involving a boy with a sword that could cut through metal (and maybe an invisibility cloak) trying to rescue someone from a tower which was enchanted so you starved to death very quickly when inside it, and if you stayed to long there was nothing left but a white cube or pile of dust. Now that Is going to annoy the heck out of me. Oh well. Anyone else remember any half-remembered things from their childhood they saw but can't for the life of them figure out enough about to tell what it was?