Remember This?

Remember This?

Can you guess this old game from just one screenshot?

I’ll update this post with the answer at 5pm today if no one has guessed before then. Or if you do guess it before then, feel free to share your memories of a classic game.

Good luck!


  • hehe, yup to many amiga titles.
    A interesting Shooter on the amiga.

    Was fun, I remember these giant holes in the ground that looked like mouths. You were flying over an organism of something.

          • +1

            I agree, completely. I still have my Amiga 1200, and yes I do still use it now and then.
            One day it will just stop working though, my wife wants to know why I still have it though.

            I wonder what the percentage of amiga games on remember this, is. hehe.

        • Too many for me, who never played an Amiga!
          I see these every day and can’t even take a punt.
          Don’t be videogameconsoleist! (like a video game console version of racist…)

        • Is it just me or did there seem to be a greater variety of games then? The budgets for making games wasn’t as high. The production times not as long and it seemed that developers could do a lot more with a lot less.

          My favourite game (nearly of all time) was Faery Tale Adventure on the Amiga. I desperately want to play this game again. I still remember buying the game in Frankston.

  • Enough with the Amiga games please, how about some Sega Master System, the greatest console ever released!!

    • I think you’re mistaken, the Sega Dreamcast is better 😛 Just kidding though, each to their own!

      I’m a huge Sega fan, first console I ever got was a Sega Megadrive for my 8th birthday. I was late to the game (my cousins of similar age already had an Atari, Nes and Snes – my parents were hesitant to buy me a console for a couple of years). I know there’s the classic value of the older systems, and I know we wouldn’t have even got the the Dreamcast without them, but the Dreamcast was just so far ahead of its time. It had so many great titles no one ever played and was a dream machine for fighting/rpg/shmup fans. Oh and lets not forget the birth of NBA 2k, NFL 2k and Tennis 2k – still far superior titles to most EA sports games released to this day!

      • I loved the Dreamcast and still have my original. I don’t think any console could compete with the might of the original Playstation at the time. I definitely preferred the Dreamcast. Loved Metropolis Street Racer (now Project Gotham) and Soul Calibre.

  • I’ve never played an Amiga – but people need to stop complaining about it. It’s because of these posts that i am learning about the awesomness of the amiga and considering investing in one.

  • Whaaa.. I never played an Amiga..

    What are you guys 15yo’s? How could you not have played an Amiga..

    Hell, I’ve got 500 games in the cupboard and I still have nfi what half of these are, even the Amiga ones.. suck it up already.

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