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Neoweb4u|I’ve rounded up 101 nostalgic DOS video games I might discover that I truly performed myself. From Area Invaders to Imperium Galactica. These are 101 MS DOS video games I …

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  1. Worst decision of my life was giving my son's Atari to the church when he stopped playing. I was an ace at Berserk.

  2. dangerous dave was an epic.

  3. It's funny, I grew up with Digger, Alleykat, and Carmen Sandiego. I played those games before I got my NES.

  4. Accolade Test Drive, Keen Commander, Cal-Games, Winter Games, QBert, Zaxxon, Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe, Falcon, some of the old DOS games that I used to play and I missed in this video.

  5. Why the music ? Would be better just hearing the game sounds.

  6. Wasn't there a 90a game about base jumping where 2 players would avoid obstacles on the way down and you'd splat onto one if you hit it?

  7. i have a DOS handbook. and i actually still have my machine language course books from school. DOS makes more sense. all you had to do was stick a part in. everything was on / off… does it have this ability…yes no. no need for 1 driver for each part. in my opinion this is a FAIL of the current system. there is NO NEED for this. all you need is a generic driver written based on old principles… FIND PART…. What can part do? On Off. 5 minutes… driver built. DONE… no game issues…. no anything issues. no reason at all for any of that. ZIP. Bad programming is what causes this. Really sloppy.

  8. MS DOS wasn’t released until 1981. So how could there be any MS DOS games starting in 1978?

  9. Amazing selection of games

  10. Not sure about the other games but it was Accolade Grand Prix Circuit (1988) shown for Formula 1 Grand Prix by Geoff Crammond – but loved the compilation with a lot of the pc games from my childhood

  11. I saw quite a few of my favorites growing up, Doom, Duke Nukem, quake, wolfenstein-3d, scorched-earth, Jill of the jungle! I did not see any of the commander Keen games however, nor did I see dungeon hack, where you go into a dungeon or you can actually make your own dungeon, then send your adventure in to see if you can beat it. Thank you for bringing back some of my memories before marriage, the military, and my kids ruined it, LOL! Just kidding, but not really.

  12. I'm still looking for two games we were allowed in primary school one was a space shuttle version of hangman where you had to guess the word to help the space shuttle take off? The other game was where you had to move a shield up and down through puzzles of wave boxes and other boxes, I feel like it was called Xor or something?

  13. I've played many of them. Thanks

  14. Commander Keen, Prince 2, F22 ADF are missing

  15. Download dosbox Android and type:
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  16. HEROES OF MIGHT AND MAGIC 1995 best game ever made.

  17. What is the name of this game?

    I would like to know the name of an old robot game. This game came in a magazine, on a CD. If I don't remember, it was from the Windows 98 era. The game was top view. You could choose between four robots: yellow, orange, blue and green (if memory serves me right). You started out playing with a yellow robot that had machine guns. The game started with a yellow robot being born from a ball, a sphere. The background of the map was dark, black. As you progressed through the map, enemy silver spheres appeared (as far as I remember) heading towards you. You started the level by going up a map and at the top there was a room with a giant sphere (I think it was a spaceship), where small enemy silver spheres came out that were heading towards you. There, turning a corridor on the right to this room, there were two invincible brown spheres suspended by a kind of rope that went up and down. Down this hallway was a room with an enemy spider. This room contained some holes that when you fell into them the robot screamed: Aaaargh and the game was restarted. At the end of the hallway mentioned above, there was a kind of zombie with a brain sticking out that was hard to kill.

  18. Ahhhh the old Atari STe. The innocence of the 1990s. When humankind reached the pinnacle of its existence. Great days, man. Great days.

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