Abandonware DOS title

Fixed screen, games with no scrolling

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.
sango-fighter-1-03

Sango Fighter

Windows XP/98/95DOSLinux1993freeware3.5/5 Panda Entertainment Technology Co.
sango-fighter-2-04

Sango Fighter 2

DOS1995freeware3.4/5 Panda Entertainment Technology Co.
sarge-02

Sarge

DOS19893.3/5
scorched-earth-05

Scorched Earth

DOS1991protected4/5
scrabble-usgold-04

Scrabble

DOS19923.4/5 U.S. Gold
scrabble-01

Scrabble

DOS19893.6/5
shangai2-01

Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye

Windows 3.xMac OS19903/5 Activision
sherlock-1

Sherlock: The Game of Logic

DOS1991protected4.1/5 Everett Kaser Software
sid-and-al-incredible-toons-06

Sid & Al's Incredible Toons

DOS19934.3/5 Dynamix
champboxing-5

Sierra Championship Boxing

DOSMac OS19854/5 Evryware
Sierra Championship Boxing is an abandoned sports boxing game, developed by Evryware and released by Sierra On-Line in 1985. You can issue instructions to the boxer between rounds, create custom boxers or choose from a list of predefined boxers.
silly-master-blaster-03

Silly Master Blaster

DOS19853.6/5
slam-01

Slam!

Windows 3.x19933.8/5
slicks-n-slide-02

Slicks 'n' Slide

DOS19934.2/5
snack-attack2-01

Snack Attack 2

DOS19823/5 Funtastic
snood-03

Snood

DOSWindows XP/98/95Mac OS1996freeware4.1/5
solomonskey-1

Solomon's Key

DOS19884.1/5 Probe Entertainment
spacecommanders-1

Space Commanders

DOS1983remake3.8/5 Columbia Data Products
space-commanders-2-1

Space Commanders 2

DOS1985remake3.3/5
space-invaders-clone-1

Space Invaders

DOS1995remake4.1/5
space-invaders-2001-02

Space Invaders 2001

Windows XP/98/952001remake3.6/5
space-max-01

Space MAX

DOS19923.3/5 Starbyte Software
spacewar-splash

Spacewar

DOS19854/5
Spacewar is one of the earliest digital computer games and is often considered the first interactive video game. It was created in 1962 by Steve Russell, Martin Graetz, and Wayne Wiitanen at the MIT. The game was developed on the PDP-1 minicomputer; this is a DOS port, released in 1985.Spacewar! features two spaceships, controlled by players, that ...
spyvsspy3-4

Spy vs Spy 3: Arctic Antics

DOS19883.8/5 First Star Software
sram-02

SRAM

DOS19873.5/5 ERE Informatique
startrek-rebel-universe-01

Star Trek: The Rebel Universe

DOS19883.8/5 Firebird
star-wars-chess-01

Star Wars Chess

DOSWindows 3.x19934/5 The Software Toolworks
star-wars-rebellion-05

Star Wars Rebellion

Windows XP/98/951998protected3.7/5
stone-age-03

Stone Age

DOS19924.1/5
stratego-02

Stratego

DOS19903.8/5 Accolade
street-fighter-1

Street Fighter

DOS19883.7/5 Capcom