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thondre 02-13-2011 11:17 AM

Please help me remember the name of this Adventure game!!
I really don't remember much, I think the game is from around the 90s. Its a classic point and click PC game. I think the character is a clown, at least I remember a jokers hat in the game. And he walked thru a jungle, I think he was looking for some stones, a moon stone, sun stone... I remember something like that. Ahh, its so annoying to not remember.:crazy:

PolloDiablo 02-13-2011 11:37 AM

The Legend of Kyrandia: Malcolm's Revenge

thondre 02-13-2011 11:48 AM

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! THATS IT!! OMG, ive been googleing EVERYHTING onthis earth to find it. U saved my day!;)

mrLOL 02-14-2011 02:13 AM

lol so certainly came to the right place to ask, these guys are nuts! :D

HBM_Paladin 02-18-2011 02:36 AM

I also need help with a game's name
I am also trying to identify an adventure game, not so recent one, probably years old, but on PC (rough estimate about year 2000 +/- year or so. It was a horror story, you start in a family home seemingly in US gold age of 1950’s.

On a first walk around the town, everything seems normal, but many characters you meet are actually with very dark secrets. I remember one of the goals was to open a parent’s bedroom, (character’s mother says “your” father sleeps there and you hear his moans), and when you eventually do, you find room full of some bizarre sex toys and “father” bandaged. I have few more flashbacks from the game, like a family TV showing 50’s cartoons while character "remembers" that TV's were also in color , some strange guy adoring his car etc…

So…help, please ...

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