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Play Qix online on AbandonwareDOS

Qix is a classic arcade games that every vintage game conoisseur should know. The original version hit the arcades in 1981 and was an instant success....
Play Qix online on AbandonwareDOS

What's coming on AbandonwareDOS?

Being the only one to keep AbandonwareDOS updated is not an easy task. I have many ideas but lack the time to put them into practice. Recently I...
What's coming on AbandonwareDOS?

Psygnosis posters

Psygnosis was a quite popular developement company based in the United Kingdom. Pete Lane, a fan of AbandonwareDOS, sent me some very old ORIGINAL...
Psygnosis posters
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Abandonware DOS

AbandonwareDOS is a database of old computer games for DOS and Windows constantly updated by only one person.

Some features:

  • browse by genre, title, year, keyword, etc.
  • screenshots and videos
  • no registration required
  • every game has been tested

That's all, enjoy!

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Latest PC abandonware and retro games added


Advantage Tennis

abandonware for DOS
sports - tennis
Advantage Tennis abandonware

Tex Murphy: The Pandora Directive

NOT abandonware for DOS
adventure - point & click
Tex Murphy: The Pandora Directive protected

Gnome Alone (a.k.a. The Magic Garden)

abandonware for DOS
simulation - other sims
Gnome Alone (a.k.a. The Magic Garden) abandonware

World Tour Tennis

abandonware for DOS
sports - tennis
World Tour Tennis abandonware

Yoot Tower

abandonware for Windows
simulation - management simulation
Yoot Tower abandonware

Abandonware or not?

The games listed on this site are no longer supported by anyone I know of.
If you find that a game is still on sale or protected, please let me know and I'll remove it from Abandonware DOS ASAP.

It's all about passion.

Where does the love for PC abandonware games comes from? Our childhood perhaps. What's left of that age? What do we miss so much? The hours spent playing at Ultima, or Duke Nukem. Here we are now, aged, ready to pay tribute to all those wonderful DOS games.

Abandonware sites

The web is full of abandonware sites, rings, blogs, forums and more. Abandonware DOS chose some retro gaming links which deserve to be mentioned.

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