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.
nyet-03

Nyet

DOS1988freeware3.6/5
1on1jb-2

One-on-One Basketball

DOS19883.7/5 Electronic Arts
playhouse-strip-poker-03

Playhouse Strip Poker

DOS1988NSFW3.9/5 Eurosoft
popcorn-04

Popcorn

DOS1988freeware3.5/5 Lacral Software
power-struggle-02

Power Struggle

DOS19883.5/5 Personal Software Services
rampage-1

Rampage

DOS19884.2/5 Midway Manufacturing Company
solomonskey-1

Solomon's Key

DOS19884.1/5 Probe Entertainment
spyvsspy3-4

Spy vs Spy 3: Arctic Antics

DOS19883.8/5 First Star Software
startrek-rebel-universe-01

Star Trek: The Rebel Universe

DOS19883.8/5 Firebird
street-fighter-1

Street Fighter

DOS19883.7/5 Capcom
super-battleship-03

Super Battleship

DOS19883.3/5
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The $100,000 pyramid

DOS19883.3/5 Magicom Multimedia
pasrun_001

The Astronomy Quiz

DOS19883.2/5 Softdisk Publishing
willow-03

Willow

DOS19883.9/5 Brian A. Rice
winlosedraw-4

Win, Lose or Draw

DOS19883.2/5 Softie
yuppisrevenge-4

Yuppi's Revenge

DOS19883.3/5 Ariolasoft
aldo2-03

Aldo Again

DOS1989remake3.8/5
arkanoid2-1

Arkanoid 2: The Revenge of Doh

DOS19894.1/5 Taito
autobots-1

Autobots

DOS19893.2/5
avoidthenoid-3

Avoid the Noid

DOS19893.8/5 California Merchandising Concepts
balance-of-power-1990-04

Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition

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

Beyond Columns

DOS1989remake3.6/5
blasteroids-3

Blasteroids

DOS19893.8/5 Atari
Blasteroids is a video game developed and released by Atari, Inc. in 1987. It's a sequel to the classic arcade game Asteroids, which was released in 1979. In Blasteroids, players control a spaceship tasked with destroying asteroids and enemy ships while avoiding collisions and enemy fire. The game features updated graphics and gameplay mechanics co...
bubblebobble-3

Bubble Bobble

DOS19894.2/5 Taito
Bubble Bobble is widely regarded as one of the most beloved and charming platform arcade games of all time. The gameplay objective in Bubble Bobble is straightforward: players must clear each screen of various monsters and advance through numerous stages to ultimately reach the final level. Players control two adorable dinosaurs, Bub and Bob. ...
buffalo-bill-rodeo-02

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

DOS19893/5 Tynesoft Computer Software
cabal-02

Cabal

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

Caesars Palace

DOS19893.7/5 Virgin Interactive
circus-attraction-04

Circus Attractions

DOS19893.9/5 Golden Goblins
clue-master-detective-03

Clue Master Detective

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.