Abandonware DOS title

The most popular abandonware action games

Action video games are a genre of video games that emphasize physical challenges, hand-eye coordination, and reaction time. These games typically involve fast-paced gameplay, where players control a character who must navigate through a dynamic environment filled with obstacles, enemies, and other challenges. The primary focus is on the player's ability to react quickly and make split-second decisions.
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Last Action Hero

DOS19933/5 beat 'em up
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Finders Keepers

Windows2007remake3/5 platform
Finders Keepers is an abandoned free platformer game with a medieval setting. It's a remake of the original Finders Keepers, developed by David Jones and released by Mastertronic in 1985 for a number of 8 bit platforms (C64, ZX Spectrum, MSX, Amstrad CPC).
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Gal Pani X

Windows XP/98/952000freewareNSFW4.1/5
Gal Pani X is an action-puzzle game reminiscent of the classic arcade Qix, developed by D2 and released in 2000 for Windows. Gal Pani X is an adult-themed Doujin game: it was made by fans and wasn't for profit.
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Double Dragon

DOS19884/5 beat 'em up
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A-Maze

DOS19894.2/5 maze
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Oliver & Company

DOS19894.2/5
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Boot Camp

DOS19893/5 unconventional sports
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Auf Wiedersehen Monty

Windows XP/98/952001remake4/5 platform
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Earthworm Jim

DOS1995protected4.2/5 platform, run and gun
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Manic Miner remake

DOS1997remake3.8/5 platform
Manic Miner is a quintessential platformer game that emerged in the early 1980s, developed by Matthew Smith for the ZX Spectrum. It stands as a hallmark of the 8-bit gaming era, celebrated for its innovative design and enduring charm. This is a quite faithful remake.In Manic Miner, you guide Miner Willy through a series of twenty treacherous cavern...
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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

DOS19924/5 platform
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Williams Arcade Classics

DOS19953.8/5 platform, shoot 'em up
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Artura

DOS19893.2/5 platform
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Street Fighter

DOS19883.7/5 fighting
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Captain Dynamo

DOS19934.1/5 platform
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Cougar Force

DOS19903.9/5 beat 'em up, racing: motorcycle, flight simulation
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Electranoid

DOS19954.3/5 block breaker
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Surf Ninjas

DOS19943.5/5 beat 'em up
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Lucky Luke

Windows XP/98/9519974.2/5 platform
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Dark Ages Volume III - Dungeons of Doom

DOS1991freeware3.9/5 platform
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Jazz Jackrabbit Holiday Hare

DOS1994protected3.9/5 platform
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Ninja

DOS19862.5/5 beat 'em up
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The Cool Croc Twins

DOS19923.9/5 platform
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Bomb Run

DOS19912.7/5
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Project Neptune

DOS19893.5/5 submarine simulation
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Kangaroo

DOS19822.9/5 platform
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Zool

DOS19923.9/5 platform
Zool was to Amiga what Sonic was for Sega consoles: a cool protagonist (a ninja of the Nth dimension!) for a high adrenaline action platformer. Zool was designed by George Allen and published by Gremlin in 1992 and it was an instant success. It was ported for many platforms, DOS included, and followed by Zool 2 in 1993.
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Lone Wolf: The Mirror of Death

DOS19913.8/5 platform