For those old school gamers like me, I came across this image on reddit this morning. The post was titled "100 amazing DOS games. This was my childhood." but the image itself is titled List of worthwhile DOS games. Either way, it’s a walk into the past for those of us who grew up with floppy disks and command prompts.
There are multiple DOSBox GUIs out there to help with starting games. I know I setup my DOSBox to boot right to my games folder where I keep all my vintage games, and then just typing in the command to start them is fairly simple. There are great tutorials on how to use DOSBox on dosbox.com
Twodavez wrote: Dosbox was really hard for me to remember how to use... plus i couldn't get the game to work right for me, the controls didn't work the way i remember them, plus the resolution was really off due to the larger screen... Guess i just need to stick to Windows games i know how to start.
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