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Cloud - a game about mesh deformation and web support
Cloud

Cloud - a game about mesh deformation and web support

Jan 8, 2014 Cloud News 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

May 9, 2012 One Must Fall: Destiny News 0 comments

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

The Ultima series part 1 - The age of darkness
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The Ultima series part 1 - The age of darkness

May 16, 2010 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
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DOSBox 0.74 released

May 14, 2010 DOS gamers News 1 comment

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

DOSBox 0.73 released
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DOSBox 0.73 released

May 27, 2009 DOS gamers News 0 comments

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

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Whizzard
Whizzard Nov 15 2007, 9:45am says:

I remember that once I got Duke Nukem 3d, I ran out of free disc space. Now when I think about it seems hillarious. I still play games like Beneath a steel sky and Dreamweb. Those are great if you ask me. And there's the Gobliiins series. I heard (and saw the official website) that Goblins 4 is in the making.

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formerlyknownasMrCP
formerlyknownasMrCP Nov 15 2007, 6:26am says:

Any game and every game, EGA, SVGA, VGA.. 256color 8bit glory! :D DosBox FTW!

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INtense!
INtense! Nov 15 2007, 2:07am says:

Shadow Warrior, Duke Nukem, Doom, Wolf 3D all favs of mine. I remember creating Dos boot disks so I could allocate the right amount of memory to be able to play the damn game!

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Hanzie
Hanzie Nov 15 2007, 5:12pm replied:

I still have an old machine, just for that =]

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leilei
leilei Nov 14 2007, 11:01pm says:

Please do not link to warez sites in this group.

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Whizzard
Whizzard Nov 15 2007, 11:33am replied:

Really? It's an warez site? I didn't know honestly. The games that are still on sale are listed there, but not downloadable.

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leilei
leilei Nov 17 2007, 7:55am replied:

"Good intention abandonware museums" are still warez sites no matter how you look at them.

Classicdosgames.com follows my kind of veins.

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