Abandonware DOS title

Fixed screen, games with no scrolling sorted by release date

In a fixed screen game there is no scrolling, neither vertical nor horizontal. In a fixed screen video game, the screen doesn't move in any way. Anything but the screen can usually move anyway, but gameplay is restricted to the fixed screen. Early arcade games where typically fixed screen games: scrolling was harder to obtain in the early age of video gaming.

Most popular fixed screen games

Street Fighter 2
  • 1000000pyramid-1
    DOS19883.3/5 Magicom Multimedia
  • pasrun_001
    DOS19883.2/5 Softdisk Publishing
  • trump-castle-01
  • willow-03
    DOS19883.9/5 Brian A. Rice
  • winlosedraw-4
    DOS19883.1/5 Softie
  • aldo2-03
  • arkanoid2-1
    DOS19894.1/5 Taito
  • autobots-1
  • avoidthenoid-3
    DOS19893.7/5 California Merchandising Concepts
  • balance-of-power-1990-04
    Windows 3.x1989freeware4.1/5 Mindscape

    Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition is a geopolitical strategy game developed by Chris Crawford and released in 1985. It is considered a classic in the genre of political and strategic simulation games. The game is set during the height of the Cold War, specifically in 1986, and it allows players to step into the shoes of either the United Stat...

  • beyond-columns-03
  • blasteroids-1
    DOS19893.8/5 Atari
  • bubblebobble-3
    DOS19894.2/5 Taito

    Bubble Bobble is perhaps one of the most popular (and cute!) platform arcade games of all times. The goal of Bubble Bobble is simple: clear each screen from various monsters and reach the final stage. In order to get rid of enemies, dinosaurs Bub and Bob can spit bubbles to trap them, then pop the bubbles to kill them.

  • buffalo-bill-rodeo-02
    DOS19893/5 Tynesoft Computer Software
  • cabal-02
    DOS19894.1/5 TAD Corporation

    Cabal is an abandoned arcade conversion of a popular shooter game set in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. Cabal was developed by TAD Corporation and released by Capcom in 1989 for DOS.

  • caesars-palace-05
    DOS19893.7/5 Virgin Interactive
  • circus-attraction-04
    DOS19893.9/5 Golden Goblins
  • clue-master-detective-03
    DOS19894.2/5 Dalali Software

    Clue Master Detective is an abandoned strategy game developed by Dalali Software and released by Leisure Genius in 1989 for DOS, Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, C64. Clue Master Detective is based on the well known board game Clue (also known as Cluedo). Clue can be played in single player, but the best gaming experience come from the multi-player mode.

  • fastfooddizzy-2
    DOS19894/5 Codemasters
  • fiendish-freddy-04
    DOS19892.9/5 Gray Matter
  • grail-quest-01
    DOS19893.3/5 Artworx Software
  • helter-skelter-04
    DOS19893.3/5 The Assembly Line
  • magcrane-2
  • minervga-04
  • nuclearwar-1
    DOS19894.1/5 New World Computing

    Nuclear War is an abandoned turn-based strategy game designed by Eric Hyman and Jon Van Caneghem. Nuclear War was developed and released by New World Computing in 1989 for Amiga and, later, for DOS, and it's loosely based on a card game of the same name. Nuclear War took a satirical approach to the grim possibility of a global nuclear war and succe...

  • pictionary-01
    DOS19893/5 Oxford Mobius
  • pyramidsegypt-4
    DOS19894/5 Ideas From the Deep
  • qixtaito-2
    DOS19894.1/5 Taito
  • mtv-remote-control-02
    DOS19893/5 Softie
  • rockstar-1
    DOS19894/5 Wizard Games