Post by unchartedwaters on Apr 3, 2009 11:13:08 GMT -5
ok.. im not 100% sure if this was on the NES or the SNES but I think it was the NES anyways it was a space like game.. where you would go threw a level and at the end there was this heart or brain kinda thing.. or maybe a power cell to a ship?... not sure.. and you destory that the level would go dim and then you had a time limit to get threw the rest of the level and escape then it would cut scene with a techno kinda music of you getting away.... i know this isn't the greatest info .. but if anyone has any idea let me know thx..
theres also another game im as looking to find out.. its the same kinda thing space game.. somthing like solar jetman but not quite.. and you look for pieces to a puzzle .. the first level is pretty simple..and you pick up a green piece.. i remember that much.. then after awhile you can find this warp kinda thing to go to other levels.. not alot of info.. but any help be nice.. thx guys
Post by unchartedwaters on Apr 4, 2009 6:07:59 GMT -5
Yes the first game is air fortress ..thx
now the 2nd game I don't remember much .. but i remember there was a bonus stage in the top left corner on lvl 1 ..but if you didn't make it there fast enough it would go off screen.. umm lvl 2 i don't remember anything other than you pick up a orange piece .. and I think you can find the warp which is in a random spot .. but the same spot everytime.. and takes you to this room with spinning star rings maybe as doors?... but not 100% on that one.. if you can throw out any ideas.. it might come up ..lol..thx again with the help on the first one
Post by unchartedwaters on Apr 4, 2009 6:26:44 GMT -5
nope not Rad gravity.. its not really a big side scroller... I think the first lvl was very small and didn't need to be scrolled left or right.. but it did a tiny bit up .. i know you had to pick up things to get to the next lvl.. maybe fuel... but its not solar jetman
Post by unchartedwaters on Apr 4, 2009 11:55:00 GMT -5
NES or SNES... but seeing as most of the games i've been looking up is NES im going say its on the NES system... it didn't have great graphics.. soo it makes me think it was 8-bit.. i went threw a lsit of games and started clicking on random ones with no luck...
also i have another game on my mind.. Its for NEs.. i think it was in the one thats like 31 games in one or somthing... a simple lay out with a ladder here and there.. and you had like 3 ghosts that look like cats.. mind u 8-bit im not sure what they were... and you had to get threw the level without them touching you..i have no idea what else was in it.... and no im not thinking of pac man..lol it might not be in that... but again any ideas be great.. and i know mappy seems like thats what im talknig about.. however you can't jump in the game im thinking of
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