Abandonware DOS title


DOSBox is an open-source emulator that allows you to run software and games designed for the MS-DOS operating system on modern computers. As you probably already know, MS-DOS was a popular operating system used in the 1980s and early 1990s. 
DOSBox emulates the necessary hardware components and provides a DOS-like environment, allowing users to run old DOS-based programs without requiring a dedicated MS-DOS machine. DOSBox itself is operated through a command-line interface, similar to the original MS-DOS.
DOSBox is cross-platform and can be run on various operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux, and others.
DOSBox screenshot
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Do you have trouble running this application on Windows? Read this guide.

Applications developed for old Windows versions may not run on recent systems. You may need a Virtual Machine to run this game properly.

Additional info about DOSBox

Status: freeware
Input: keyboard
Distributed on: download
Also published for: Amiga, Free BSD, BeOS, Solaris, Android
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