The most popular hotseat games
DOS19833.2/5 Mirror Images Software
DOS19893.9/5 Software Toolworks
DOS1987protected3.8/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS19893.9/5 Cornerstone Software
DOS19934.1/5 SSG Strategic Studies Group
DOS19874/5 Access Software
DOS19953.8/5 Really Interesting Software Company
DOS19924.1/5 Colorado Computer Creations
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...
DOS1993protected3.9/5 Silicon Knights
Rampart is an abandoned mix of strategy and shooter game designed by Dave Ralston and John Salwitz, developed by Atari and released by Electronic Arts in 1992 for DOS. Rampart was converted from the original arcade version to a number of platforms, including Amiga, Atari ST, C64, Game Boy, Genesis, Lynx, NES, SEGA Master System, SNES. Rampart is a ...
Zany Golf (also known as Will Harvey's Zany Golf) is an abandoned miniature golf game designed by Will Harvey, developed by Sandcastle and released by Electronic Arts in 1988. Zany Golf runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga, Atari ST, Apple IIgs, Genesis. Zany Golf can be played by two players on hotseat mode.
DOS19874/5 Northwest Software
Windows XP/98/951997protected4/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS19893/5 Tynesoft Computer Software
DOSWindows 3.x19934/5 Software Toolworks
Lexi-Cross is an abandoned science fiction tv show-styled puzzle game. Lexi-Cross was developed by Platinumware and released for DOS by Interplay Productions in 1991. The gameplay is a turn-based mix between Scrabble and Wheel of fortune with elements of Battleship.
DOS1990protected3.7/5 Interplay Productions
DOS19873.3/5 Avalon Hill