Abandonware DOS title

Metal Gear

Metal Gear is an abandoned action-adventure game designed by Hideo Kojima, developed by Konami and released by Ultra Software Corporation in 1990. Metal Gear runs on DOS. Download the game here. Metal Gear is part of the Metal Gear game series.

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Additional info about Metal Gear

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk

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  • Daniel - 20/07/2022 16:37
    Please also note that if the Abandonware version doesn't have it, you need to create a file called delete.me to get the cheats to work and to skip copy protection.
    Ctrl+F1 invincibility
    Ctrl+Esc All items
  • Daniel - 20/07/2022 16:32
    This version of the game is a broken mess
    Your gun starts off silenced, collecting the silencer makes it un-silenced.
    Terrible hitboxes, losing half your life in one hit and poorly chosen new spawn points mean that you have to use the invincibility cheat to get past the first four screens. Ctrl + F1 to turn on, have to quit and reload to turn off.
    Some essential codec messages won't work unless you save the game, quit and come back in. Ctrl+S to save.
    You need the Level 8 Card to get into the room where the Level 8 card is, meaning the game is furtherly unfinishable unless you use the cheat to give you all items with Ctrl+Esc. I don't think this game was tested at all beyond the guy who ported it and he just forgot he did that.
  • Christopher Salem - 16/08/2018 07:42
    Interesting note: Most of the Metal Gear videos on YouTube that claim to show the 1987 version (MSX2, Famicom/NES), in fact are showing the 1990 port for MS-DOS as demonstrated by the copyright year on the title screen.
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