Abandonware DOS title

Axis and Allies

Axis and Allies is an abandoned turn-based strategy game set in Russia developed by Wargaming West and released by Atari in 1998. Axis and Allies runs on Windows XP/98/95. Axis and Allies is part of the Axis and Allies game series.
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axis-and-allies-05.jpg - Windows XP/98/95
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axis-and-allies-03.jpg - Windows XP/98/95
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axis-and-allies-07.jpg - Windows XP/98/95
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Platforms
Windows XP/98/95
Rating
4.16 / 5.00 (569 votes)

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Status: abandonware
Abandonware DOS views: 68516
Series: Axis and Allies is part of the Axis and Allies series.

Comments

  • Chris Alcoc3s 26/08/2021 02:54
    I love this game so does my Uncle and brothers Axis and Allies is an awesome game you people have!
  • nathan david turleyknight 30/04/2021 02:10
    file is 32 bit. I have a 64 bit system. is there a 64 bit version
  • A M 29/04/2020 15:42
    Seems to be working on in WinXP SP3 compatability mode on a Windows 10 machine. The combat animation box takes forever to load but everything else seems to work well enough.
  • AbandonwareDOS 02/11/2019 12:32
    @Joe: thank you very much!
  • joe 02/11/2019 07:58
    Hello again, I am playing Hasbro Interactive Axis and Allies 3rd Addition.
    I am a Computer Programmer. Atari 400, IBM 286, Windows 7 Pro.
    I was Tracing The Windows 7 Registry with My Programs, and I want Everyone to know this.
    Run this Tweak to slow down the Scroll rate on your Computer Axis and Allies Game Screen.
    Every time I playied Axis and Allies, the Scroll rate was so Fast, This was driving Me Crazy.
    This Windows Registry Script is.

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    ;Axis and Allies.reg
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareHasbro InteractiveAxis & Allies]
    "ShowFps"dword:00000001
    "SurfaceFlipping"dword:00000001
    ;Hasbro Interactive_Scroll_Slow.reg
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareHasbro Interactive]
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareHasbro InteractiveAxis & Allies]
    "DisplayDeviceFlags"dword:00000002
    "ArrowScroll"dword:00000002
    "ShowFps"dword:00000001
    "SurfaceFlipping"dword:00000001
    "TintedCombatUnits"dword:00000001

    Save and Run this file as " Axis and Allies.reg ".
    Awesome, Thanks to Everyone.
  • joe 13/10/2019 00:49
    I revised my comment to this.
    AAStarterPackFull60.exe Works On Windows 7 Professional [Version 6.1.7601]. When I loaded the game the first time it crashed. I loaded it again it worked just fine.
    To have the option to save more than 1 game, in the C:Program FilesHasbro InteractiveAxis and AlliesSaveGames directory,the file is named AutoSave.sav. I've found out that the game your playing, is automatically saved to the fiile AutoSave.sav.
    So if you Copy the file AutoSave.sav to your desktop, or any directory & rename the copied file AutoSave1.sav, now you have 2 filename optiions to save the game. The more filenames you create, you can save may different games. Example: AutoSave2.sav etc, or I renamed my file AutoSave.sav to Axis and Allies (A).sav, Axis and Allies (B).sav, etc.
    Tanks to this wonderful Website and everyone.
  • joe 31/07/2019 16:55
    I played Axis and Allies both board & video games. I love it. When I loaded the game the first time it would crash. I loaded it again it worked perfect.
    To save more than 1 game, in the C:Program FilesHasbro InteractiveAxis and AlliesSaveGames has the file AutoSave.sav.
    Copy & rename the copied file AutoSave1.sav, AutoSave.sav, AutoSave2.sav, AutoSave3.sav, AutoSave4.sav, etc. Tanks to everyone.
  • Donald Maier 05/02/2019 14:51
    Try running the game in DosBox. Then you can choose the amount of high memory for the game which is apparently quite a lot. Once the game loads, simply hold the ctrl key and hit F12 to add more memory. The more you hit it the more that is assigned, up to about 10 times. You can also enlarge the screen by using Alt/enter key once.
  • Carter 03/11/2018 12:18
    Awesome game, I had the same problem as Tim Jones where the battle screen comes up really slow. Also I loved it so much that it crashed after I played it for 5 hours straight.
  • Tim B. Jones 02/06/2018 05:08
    Not working very well. Game doesn't fill screen, but rather, only a small square in its center. There's sound effects, but they are slow and delayed. There is no music or screenshots. When a battle is initiated, the battle screen comes up very slowly, and the dice are also rolling very slowly. I have no other programs or functions going at the same time, so the game should be much faster than this. Ironically, my old computer used to run this game far better.
  • Max 08/11/2017 10:03
    Great game.
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