DOS Games & Software Links
- DOS Games Archive: Another great collection of free DOS games with hundreds of freeware, shareware, and demo games available.
- DOS Game Manager: This application allows you to organize your game collection with screenshots and other info, and launch DOSBox for each game.
- DOS Gaming Reddit: This subreddit features posts generally about DOS gaming related topics, like remembering favorite games, new releases, or hardware configuration.
- DOS Nostalgia: DOS related blog with videos and other often DOS gaming related content. Some good original articles and news about new modern DOS releases.
- Interesting DOS Programs: A huge list of DOS software organized broadly by category (ex, graphics, sound, utilities ...) and links to external sites.
- Pixelmusement: The home of the YouTube series Ancient DOS Games and Shovelware Diggers, as well as plenty of original DOS/retro gaming related content.
- Play DOS Games: Play DOS games online here with many games available, including instructions for each game.
- RGB Classic Games: RGB Classic Games is another source for free games and information, in particular they have a great collection of interviews with well known DOS game developers like Allen Pilgrim, David P. Gray, Nels Anderson, and Ken Silverman.
- shikadi.net: shikadi.net is a collection of DOS-related content including a DOS game modding wiki, Commander Keen wiki, and other great content.
- TinyApps.org: This collection of free software (primarily Windows, but there's Mac/DOS stuff too) features programs small enough to fit on a 1.44mb floppy disk!
- Video Game History Foundation: This organization is "dedicated to cataloging, digitizing, and preserving the history of video games". They have a lot of great original content.
- EZ Freebies: This "free stuff" site was popular back in the day (as in, many MANY days ago). An interesting example of a type of website that used to be very popular in the past, but not so much anymore.
- Free-N-Cool: Another relic from another time when "free stuff" sites were popular, this site lists a lot of places for freebies, although many are probably long gone now!
- The Free Site: The biggest and most popular "free stuff" website on the web, continually in existence for many, many years. Contains lots of categories like "Email Freebies", "Free Postcards", "Free Fonts" and even "Free Games".
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