If you LOVE classic DOS games and still play them in DOS then why not be here! This is a group dedicated to those who grew up in the DOS era of PC gaming and watched it evolve throughout the 80s and 90s. Good, LEGAL sites to hit for DOS Games:

  • Classic DOS Games - archive of freeware, shareware, and formerly-commercial freeware games for DOS and Windows 3.x

List of worhwhile DOS Games.

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Cloud - a game about mesh deformation and web support

Cloud - a game about mesh deformation and web support

1 year ago Cloud 0 comments

Let me introduce Cloud, a 2D sidescroller game with generated terrain, and online profile storage for custom maps. Technically it was a test project about...

Small Shortcut fix in Package
Unreal Tournament 3

Small Shortcut fix in Package

3 years ago One Must Fall: Destiny 0 comments

If you downloaded the installer, you may have faced a small problem

The Ultima series part 1 - The age of darkness

The Ultima series part 1 - The age of darkness

5 years ago News 11 comments

A Compilation I've composed which covers the legendary RPG Milestone, Ultima. Part 1 covers the first 3 games which make up the age of darkness.

DOSBox 0.74 released

DOSBox 0.74 released

5 years ago News 1 comment

The new version polishes Windows 7 compatibility and improves on the OPL, CDROM and video emulation further.

DOSBox 0.73 released

DOSBox 0.73 released

6 years ago News 0 comments

New version brings us a new OPL FM emulation core, more graphics modes and plenty of fixes.

If you LOVE classic DOS games and still play them in DOS then why not be here!
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szemi Aug 1 2014 says:

Commander Keen cannot be forgotten. ;)

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DEAD_FiSH Mar 3 2013 says:

I found out lately about a game called SkyRoads, what attracted me was the difficulty of the XMAS special of the game.
Most of the games I play today are for DOS! Some of my favorites are Hexen, Doom, Jazz Jackrabbit, Civilization and so on.
I like challenging video games.

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R0ck4x3 Oct 10 2012 says:

MSDOS games gave us such awesome characters are the Doom Marine (who appears to be know as Stan Blazkowicz as of DOOM II RPG's release), Duke Nukem, B.J. Blazkowicz (the Wolf 3D PC), Ranger (the Quake PC), Baratus, Parias, and Daedolon (the Hexen PCs), Corvus (the Heretic PC), and plenty more like Caleb from Blood. DOS was a platform that had alot of great games for it, some of which are part of a series familiar to modern such as DOOM, Duke Nukem, and Wolfenstein.

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zer0x00 Nov 20 2012 replied:

I've been playing lesser known games like Jill of the Jungle, the Hugo trilogy, and Bio Menace lately.

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robotman5 Sep 15 2012 says:

Quake 1 and Duke Nukem 3D!!! and Doom 2!!

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!!!karmenjell Apr 14 2012 says:

my god, i cant sus dosbox. i have cnc (orig) and cannon fodder, and really want to play them

anyone suggest me a tutorial for dosbox?

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hamishwilson May 1 2012 replied:

A quick Google search gave me this: Classicdosgames.com

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linux-gamer-91 Mar 8 2012 says:

DBGL (DosBox Game Launcher): Members.quicknet.nl

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thekindred Mar 3 2012 says:

All Hail DOS Box and it's creators!

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akiratodd Oct 23 2012 replied:

indeed. If Dosbox never came out i would never be able to play my favorite games from my childhood

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