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Friday November 16, 2018 @ 1:01pm

Despite the hopes and best intentions of their authors, many games fade into obscurity after their release, without ever gaining traction among gamers. This could be especially true in the 90's, where often the same popular games could be found on every BBS file archive. Following up the first … Continue reading

Monday October 1, 2018 @ 5:05pm

In August of 2011, the total number of games on DOSGames.com reached 600. (Read the site news post from that day!) Today, over 7 years later, the total is now over 700! Since the redesign earlier this year I've added nearly 100 games, and there is no shortage of more games to add. (For example, … Continue reading

Thursday August 9, 2018 @ 12:12am

There are certain DOS games that most gamers have played, or at least heard about, like DOOM, Raptor: Call of the Shadows, Commander Keen, ZZT, Scorched Earth, and hundreds more. However there are also many, many games that are virtually unknown, often created by hobbyists in their spare time. … Continue reading

Tuesday August 7, 2018 @ 1:01am

Here is a list of the games recently added to the website! Hope that you enjoy them, or at least can get some nostalgia good-feels from some of them :)Dunjax - Jeff Mather, 1990Catacombs of Nemon, Ron Dubren Associates, 1983Shaw's Nightmare - Mickey Productions, 2013Prigodi Pionerki Kseni - Yuri … Continue reading

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Sunday July 15, 2018 @ 8:08pm

Four new games were added recently, check them out below. Some may be old favorites, but chances are that you've never heard of at least one of these before!Get Lost! -  Tom Bombadil's Software Emporium & House of Curiosities, 1996Set the Hostages Free - TexaSoft, 1981Tournament of Zulula - … Continue reading

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Saturday June 30, 2018 @ 1:01am

Very early in development the team knew killing lemmings was entertaining, with traps already including hands that squashed the unfortunate creatures together and fans that chopped them up. As work progressed, they implemented even more dastardly devices: mincers, flamethrowers, horrible nooses. … Continue reading

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