I can't find an online game i used to play as a child!

January 4, 2017 at 03:43:41
Specs: Windows 7
There was this multiplayer game i used to play like 8-9 years ago and I'm pretty sure it still exists. Before explaining the details, it's important to understand how it was accessed. It had its own website and you didn't have to make an account for it. You just accessed the website, entered a nickname, waited for players and once enough players joined, the game started. You were asked to select the number of opponents you wanted to play against, which varied from 1-3 as far as i remember.
Okay now what was the game about. When it started, there was a huge black PC keyboard with black background and the players were placed on random keys. The avatars of the players were brightly colored. When your turn came, there was a series of moves available, and you had to select one. You could move through the keys and once you got close enough to an opponent, you could attack him. There was a variety of attacks you could use. Like throwing objects on your opponents from far away (Axel, Piano, Bombs through surgical strike), or you could go close and beat them with a handbag. It also had a "nuke" option which caused sufficient damage to your opponents standing within its range. Each attack reduced some amount of energy and the player with 0 energy left was eliminated. The player standing last won. After the game ended, you could start with new opponents again.
I have been looking for this game for many months now but without success. It seems like not many people know about it, but i would really appreciate if someone who knows about it will let me play it again

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January 9, 2017 at 02:14:59
If it was a web-based game (as opposed to one you install) the website which hosted it may no longer exist if it was 8 years ago.

Even if that website still exists, they may have removed that game.

You really need to know the name of the game or the hosting website to have any chance of finding it with a search engine. If you don't know either of those, you're screwed.

I don't reckon much to your post, very difficult to read. Have you never heard of creating paragraphs with line-spaces between them?

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January 9, 2017 at 02:44:52
I see i didn't make it clear that it was a web based game, so yeah it was web-based, and I've wasted a truckload of time finding it through search engines already, but I remember nothing about it, that's the problem, and that's why I'm here. That's why every lost gamer posts his questions here right? Because they're tired of going through search engine results without success and they hope to find someone here who can help.

Instead of typing the last 2 lines, or the entire reply, you could've simply said you know nothing about it, or even better, you shouldn't have replied at all. It's not that someone who knows about the game would fail to understand the details I've written, without line-spacing in them.

But yeah you made a good point about spacing, makes reading irritating for the eyes without it, thanks for that.


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