Looking for an old computer RPG! (Please Help!)

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Looking for an old computer RPG! (Please Help!)

Postby Fyrendos » Tue Oct 05, 2010 3:55 am


I was just reminded recently of a rather old RPF i used to play on my computer when i was younger (Guess its from 1996-2002 or something)

I really got the urge to play it again, though i cannot recall the name, and thus not find it.

What i remember is that you could play as 4 characters. A knight, some rouge girl, a duck and some igor monster thing.

You start off by escaping a prison cell. Afterwards you travel by ship, something mysterious is going on at the ship and you have to solve it. After the ship you get to a town. thats about all i remember.

It is a third person RPG, about the same angle of viewing as Baldurs gate or Planescape torment. the atmosphere as i recall it is rather gloomy.

Can anyone give me some pinpointers as to what the game is called, or who published it? :p

Any help will be greatly appriciated!

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Postby rmemmett84 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:42 pm

Just throwing this out there but its probably not right. Sounds very vaguely like Neverwinter Nights. I know u start in a jail and there are ships involved somewhere along the line. Been along time since I played.
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Postby QuenGalad » Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:34 am

Um... I think it's safe to assume that the one game that does not match the description is NWN. You do not start it in jail, there are no ships being sailed... There are no Igor-monster-things...

Anyway, Fyrendos, did you say the game let you play a duck? As in, small aquatic bird? This seems rather unique, so it might be a good clue...
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Postby Darth Gavinius » Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:03 am

Have a look on this site it might help:

Isometric Action RPG Games - Games - allgame

It is quite a wide search parameter, but the duck thing sounds very very strange!:laugh:

Let us know if you find it.
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