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BarneyRubble
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Guys! HALP!

Somewhere in the 90s there was an excellent FPS game. I remember it took place in a lab and it had quite vivid colors. You would shot at guards and soldiers but since the lab did some experiments there were also aliens. I remember a huge green monster throwing green blobs on you. Other thing I remember is that the soldier enemies had a machine gun and when approached screamed STOP before they started blasting. Also, there were lab workers and some of them were friendly and gave you coins or snack bars to regenerate health. You moved between the levels via elevator.
I love this game so much and now I can't recall the title! I would appreciate any feedback you may give me! Oh one more thing. I played on PC!
uziq
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lol, half life?
unnamednewbie13
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Reminds me of Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold. I don't remember exactly what the soldiers shouted at you, but I'm pretty sure some of the scientists gave you stuff and the elevators were end-of-level switches.

e: maybe not, but here's a video at least

SuperJail Warden
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uziq wrote:

lol, half life?
Barney is a character from Half Life.
KEN-JENNINGS
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Barney Rubble is from the flinstones
SuperJail Warden
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Indeed but the game he is describing is clearly Half Life which famously has a character named Barney.

This thread is a trap.
Dilbert_X
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Whats that game where there are two teams divided into squads and they throw grenades at each other.
Epstein didn't kill himself
uziq
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TFC baby!
RTHKI
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BF2: strike at karkland
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unnamednewbie13
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Sometimes I refused to play that and just sat at the end of the road with a PKM sniping people trying to cross the street.

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