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There was this old stick figure game for Windows I played a while back. You, playing as a stick figure, run around on a 2d map with guns and fight other stick figures. You can get power ups, like jetpacks, bigger guns and the like.

It's a very simple game with not much to it. I think it came with a map editor as well.

Google results only provide me with subpar flash games and some Stick War game that clearly isn't it.

I want to write a Linux port and I would like to give it another run before I start that process.

Anyone know what I'm talking about?

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closed as off topic by Fluttershy, Frank, Ender, Ash, spugsley Aug 9 '12 at 21:53

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Hey, kyle, welcome to Arqade! Unfortunately, game identification questions are off-topic, as it's extremely hard to provide a concrete answer. Once you get 20 rep, though, come by our chat room, and we'd be happy to help you out! – Frank Aug 9 '12 at 21:33
@fbueckert thanks. Where is a better place to ask this kind of question. I keep getting pushed from forum to forum and site to site. – kyleterry Aug 9 '12 at 21:35
Game identification doesn't work so well with the Q&A format here at StackExchange. Like I had said, though, once you get 20 rep, you get access to the chat room, and there we'd be happy to help you; it's an anything goes kind of place. So, it's a bit roundabout, but it's the best place I know of for these types of questions. – Frank Aug 9 '12 at 21:37
Its sub-optimal; but the simplest way to get the rep is to add useful answers to other questions - like a popular question where the answer doesn't cover some exception or specific case etc. Or, post questions that are interesting to other users and get upvoted :) – Alok Aug 9 '12 at 23:19
You have 20 rep now. – deutschZuid Aug 10 '12 at 3:22