Reviving old games
In this section, you will find explanations, tweaks and hacks needed to make it possible to play outdated
games that are no longer supported by modern operating systems (mainly Windows). You will learn about DOS
emulation, virtualization, seting up multiplayer games over serial and IPX, the best places to buy DOS games, plus
you'll get a handful of short reviews of some of the most legendary games from the DOS era.
Hopefully, these articles will help you enjoy your favorite oldies again. For any DOS-fan, this section is an
You may call it Nostalgia Reincarnate.
15 years later, Age of Empires still rocks
updated May 28, 2015
Leisure Suit Larry - A sweet classic
updated February 5, 2011
DOSBox simplified: D-Fend Reloaded
updated January 24, 2011
GOG is selling DOS games!
updated October 11, 2010
Games resurrected using DOSBox - Part 3
updated August 21, 2010
Caesar III on Windows 7
updated August 14, 2010
How to play OpenTTD without original TTD data files
updated April 2, 2010
Little Big Adventure on Windows XP
updated March 9, 2009
Enjoying multiplayer games on LAN in DOSBox - Serial
updated April 23, 2008
Enjoying multiplayer games on LAN in DOSBox - IPX
updated April 12, 2008
Games resurrected using DOSBox - Part 2
updated July 24, 2007
Games resurrected using DOSBox - Part 1
updated February 10, 2007
DOSBox - DOS is back!
updated September 4, 2006
(Open) Transport Tycoon Deluxe
updated July 28, 2006
updated July 21, 2006
Would you like to run DOS applications again?
updated June 29, 2006
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