Abandonware DOS title

The most popular fixed screen games

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.
capone-1

Capone

DOS19883.8/5 Actionware Corporation
porntris-01

Porntris

DOS1993remakeNSFW4.1/5 Image-Line Software
mtv-remote-control-02

Remote Control

DOS19893/5 Softie
shangai2-01

Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye

Windows 3.xMac OS19903/5 Activision
tetrisacademysoft-1

Tetris (Academysoft)

DOS19963.7/5 AcademySoft
pc-globe-01

PC Globe 5

DOS19874.1/5 Broderbund
nyet-03

Nyet

DOS1988freeware3.6/5
galaxian-2

Galaxian

DOS19834/5 Namco
way-exploding-fist-03

The Way of the Exploding Fist PC

Windows2008freewareremake4/5
kings-table-01

King's Table: The Legend of Ragnarok

DOS1993protected4.1/5 Imagitec Design
devastator-01

Devastator

DOS19843.4/5 COMPUTE! Publications
kingsofthebeach-4

Kings of the beach

DOS19884.1/5 Electronic Arts
chain-reaction-02

Chain Reaction

DOS19964.1/5 Webfoot Technologies
frac-03

Frac

DOS19903.5/5
electranoid-02

Electranoid

DOS19954.3/5 Pixel Painters Corporation
codebreaker-02

Codebreaker

DOS1994freeware3/5
lowblow-1

Low blow

DOS19903.9/5 Synergistic Software
kangaroo-02

Kangaroo

DOS19822.9/5
command-hq-04

Command HQ

DOS19904/5 Ozark Softscape
davids-kong-02

David's Kong

DOS1984remake3.3/5
rampage-1

Rampage

DOS19884.2/5 Midway Manufacturing Company
burger-blaster-02

Burger Blaster

DOS19833.2/5
guns-r-us-02

Guns 'R' Us

DOS19933.8/5 Future Vision
pushover-1

Pushover

DOS19923.8/5 Red Rat software
Pushover is a puzzle platformer video game developed by Red Rat Software and released by Ocean Software in 1992. It was initially available for the Commodore Amiga and later ported to various other platforms, including MS-DOS and SNES.In Pushover, players control a character named G.I. Ant, a marching ant with the goal of arranging a set of dominoe...
elevator-1

Elevator

DOS1986freeware3.5/5 Wordworks Software
pictionary-01

Pictionary: The Game of Quick Draw

DOS19893/5 Oxford Mobius
jumpman-lives-03

Jumpman Lives!

DOS1991remake4/5 Apogee Software
trump-castle-2-04

Trump Castle 2

DOS19913/5 Brian A. Rice