Is it Contraption Zack?DOS game: you play some kind of handyman looking to get his tools back (hammer, spanner, drill, etc). Game is a series of puzzle rooms in isometric perspective and it was very easy to screw yourself into a game over with the wrong move. And incidentally if anybody knows where I can get it I'd appreciate it.
I don't know about the game but there are a bunch of abandonware sites out there with a lot of dos games.DOS game: you play some kind of handyman looking to get his tools back (hammer, spanner, drill, etc). Game is a series of puzzle rooms in isometric perspective and it was very easy to screw yourself into a game over with the wrong move. And incidentally if anybody knows where I can get it I'd appreciate it.
I mean I'm just throwing shit at a wall, since I can't quite remember but is there any chance that it was Sacred?While the game was isometric, it didn't have as many classes to chose from.
NevermindI played this game in the hazy days of my youth, but I don't think it was very popular. You play as some sort of tradesman (maybe an electrician, or a carpenter?) on a mission of some description for the local monarchy. I'm not really sure what it consisted of beyond crushing the local wildlife and destroying boxes for money and valuables. Occasionally you'd loot castles for valuables and kill the residing dragon, liberating it's prisoners in the process. I don't remember what you were looking for, but it was always somewhere else. The gameplay mainly consisted of the tradesman performing acrobatics to enact his destruction, but I think at some points he learned to use his magic powers to summon fire? Also, I think he was addicted to drugs, shrooms in particular. I dunno, it was kind of a weird mishmash of tropes now that I think about it, but it was really fun.
I hope somebody can help me find this game, I've been looking for it for a long time.
Edit: Thinking a bit more, I think it came bundled with a hunting simulation. One of those immersive affairs that you need accessories to play. I never owned the gun so I didn't play it.
It's probably more that there's a lot of obscure games it could be and not many people keep tabs on this thread. Most of the posts in these threads go unanswered because it's not easy to identify a game from 20 years ago by a vague description.Since i got no reply i just try once more (i guess it was shitty to read?).
Sadly those weren't the ones either. I'm starting to think that either the company vanished without a trace including it's game and it was deleted from global history, or I have a vivid imagination and poor memory.
Could that have been Legend of the North: Konung? The last screenshot from that link looks a bit like the Blacksmith in your picture.Since no one seems to be answering, I'll add this as well: In the first game, leveling up was pretty important because even 1 level difference made enemies much harder. Equipment damage color went in 3 stages: Clear, slighly red, red (broken). I don't remember if there were areas and loading screens for them, but when you leave the starting area, you traverse through a forest, there is at least 1 wolf there. The mage? class started with a quarterstaff as a weapon, was weak in general. Brute, well, he had high strength, high vitality, but without armor, it's really easy to die. At the time the game was too hard for me so at most, I reached like level 4. I can't remember if you got skill points or not, but like I mentioned previously leveling is pretty important in that.
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Tried recreating the village in paint, this is as close as I can make out the village from memory.
Probably just a game I haven't hear of, there are a lot of ARPGs I don't know about, but looking up every single ARPG that has ever existed is something I'm not really in the mood to do, so it's just that I'm unlikely to have your answer, but the game is probably somewhere out there.Sadly those weren't the ones either. I'm starting to think that either the company vanished without a trace including it's game and it was deleted from global history, or I have a vivid imagination and poor memory.