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.
dinosaur-balls-02

Dinosaur Balls

DOS19923.3/5 Amwa (HK) Computer Co.
facts-in-action-01

Facts in Action

DOS19923.3/5 Park Place Productions
galactix-02

Galactix

DOS19923.3/5 Cygnus Studios
llamatron-01

Llamatron 2112

DOS19923.8/5 Llamasoft
locomotion-4

Locomotion

DOS19924.2/5 Prestige Softwareentwicklung
manhole-02

Manhole

DOS19922.9/5
megapede-02

Megapede

DOS19923/5
minesweeper-04

Minesweeper

Windows 3.x19924/5 Microsoft
Microsoft Minesweeper is an iconic puzzle game that has been included with Microsoft Windows operating systems since Windows 3.1. The game's objective is to clear a rectangular board containing hidden mines without detonating any of them. The player clicks on a square to reveal what's underneath, and numbers are displayed to indicate how many mines...
monopoly-deluxe-virgin-01

Monopoly Deluxe

DOSWindows 3.x19924/5 Parker Brothers
Monopoly Deluxe is an abandoned turn-based top-down Monopoly adaptation  of the classic board game, developed by Parker Brothers and released by Virgin Interactive in 1992. Monopoly Deluxe was published for DOS, Windows 3.1, and Macintosh.
Morejongg-02

Moraff's Morejongg

Windows XP/98/9519923.7/5 Moraffware
night-raid-04

Night Raid

DOS1992remake3.8/5 Argo Games
pushover-1

Pushover

DOS19923.9/5 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...
turbo-science-04

Quarky & Quaysoo's Turbo Science

DOS19923.9/5 Jeff Tunnell Productions
rampart-3

Rampart

DOS19924/5 Atari
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 ...
scrabble-usgold-04

Scrabble

DOS19923.4/5 U.S. Gold
space-max-01

Space MAX

DOS19923.3/5 Starbyte Software
stone-age-03

Stone Age

DOS19924.1/5
street-fighter-2-6

Street Fighter 2

DOS19924.3/5 Capcom
Street Fighter II is a classic arcade fighting game developed and published by Capcom. It was first released in 1991 as a sequel to the original Street Fighter. Street Fighter II is widely regarded as one of the most influential and iconic video games of all time, credited with popularizing the fighting game genre and shaping the arcade scene of th...
swap-microids-01

Swap

DOS19923.5/5 Microids
tetris-classic-02

Tetris Classic

DOSWindows 3.x19924.3/5 Spectrum HoloByte
coolcroc-2

The Cool Croc Twins

DOS19923.9/5 Arcade Masters
trivial-pursuit-deluxe-01

Trivial Pursuit Deluxe

DOS19923.8/5 Oxford Digital Enterprises
ugh-3

Ugh!

DOS19924.2/5 Egosoft
zyconix-2

Zyconix

DOS1992protected3.5/5 Miracle games
arcade-trivia-quiz-02

Arcade Trivia Quiz

DOS19934/5
barbie-super-model-04

Barbie Super Model

DOS19933.5/5 Tahoe Software Productions
balck-sect-01

Black Sect

DOS19933.5/5 Lankhor
bunny-bricks-03

Bunny Bricks

DOS19933.8/5 Silmarils
carnage-04

Carnage

DOS19934.1/5 Warped Minds
champ-centipede-03

CHAMP Centipede

DOS1993remake3.7/5 ChamProgramming corp.