The most popular text-based games
A few genres traditionally linked to the beautiful world of ascii characters still survives: roguelikes (nethack, angband, etc.) and interactive fiction, for example.
DOS19853/5 Sierra On-Line
DOS19933.9/5 Omnitrend Software
DOS19834/5 Microcomputer Games Inc.
Windows XP/98/9519973.9/5 Infinite Monkey Systems
DOS1987protected3.8/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS1989protected3.8/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS19894.1/5 Magnetic Scrolls
DOS19894.2/5 Interstel Corporation
DOS19823.9/5 Armonk Corporation
DOSMac19853.8/5 Interstel Corporation
DOS1991freeware4.2/5 Epic MegaGames
DOS19873.6/5 Masterplay Publishing Corporation
DOS19893.5/5 Robinson Technologies
DOS1990freeware3.3/5 Apogee Software
DOS1990protected4.1/5 Dr.David's Super Crispy Software
The previous file hosted here was put online by mistake (it was the deluxe version, not the basic one). Copyright holders kindly allowed Abandonware DOS to link directly to their website where you can buy the deluxe version of Mo'Slo.
Arachne is a graphical web browser for DOS. Arachne was developed by Michal Polák and released in the early 1990s as a text-mode web browser with limited graphical capabilities. Arachne allowed DOS users to browse the World Wide Web in a graphical, though quite basic, manner. It supported features such as displaying images, handling lin...
DOSMac19864/5 TRANS Fiction Systems
DOS19823.9/5 Windmill Software