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.
astrotit-1

Astrotit

DOS1987NSFW3.5/5 Rudeware
atomic-bomberman-03

Atomic Bomberman

Windows XP/98/9519974.2/5 Interplay Productions
auf-wiedersen-monty-rem-01

Auf Wiedersehen Monty

Windows XP/98/952001remake4/5
autobots-1

Autobots

DOS19893.2/5
avoidthenoid-3

Avoid the Noid

DOS19893.8/5 California Merchandising Concepts
axet-1

Axet

DOS1994freeware3.6/5
backgammon-green-valley-02

Backgammon

DOS19862.7/5
bagman-remake-01

Bagman

Windows2013freewareremake3.9/5
balance-of-power-1990-04

Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition

Windows 3.x1989freeware4.1/5 Mindscape
Balance of Power: The 1990 Edition is a geopolitical strategy game developed by Chris Crawford and released in 1985. It is considered a classic in the genre of political and strategic simulation games. The game is set during the height of the Cold War, specifically in 1986, and it allows players to step into the shoes of either the United Stat...
bananoid-1

Bananoid

DOS1991freewareremake3.7/5 Banana Development
bang-bang-04

Bang! Bang!

Windows 3.x19903.8/5
barbie-super-model-04

Barbie Super Model

DOS19933.5/5 Tahoe Software Productions
basket-master-03

Basket Master

DOS19903.3/5 Dinamic Multimedia
batalia-4

Batalia

DOS19862.8/5 The Right Brothers
heatsink-03

Battleship

DOS19833.3/5 Mirror Images Software
bettlejuiceskeletons-1

Beetlejuice: Skeletons in the closet

DOS19924/5 Hi-Tech Expressions
beneath-apple-manor-04

Beneath Apple Manor

DOS1983freeware4.1/5
bertsnake-1

Bert and the Snake

DOS1983remake3.6/5
beyond-columns-03

Beyond Columns

DOS1989remake3.6/5
bycicle-bridge-03

Bicycle Bridge

DOS19924.2/5
bit-storm-03

BitStorm

DOS19993.3/5
balck-sect-01

Black Sect

DOS19933.4/5 Lankhor
blasteroids-1

Blasteroids

DOS19893.8/5 Atari
blitz-01

Blitz Draughts

DOS19923.7/5 PC Solutions
blort-03

Blort!

DOS19873.7/5 Hennsoft
bolo-ball-03

Bolo Ball

DOS19923.3/5 Soleau Software
bomb-jack-01

Bomb Jack

DOS19844.3/5 Tecmo
Bomb Jack is a classic arcade platform game developed and published by Tecmo in 1984. The goal of the game is to collect bombs while avoiding enemies; the whole game takes place in a fixed screen. Bomb Jack for DOS is a conversion from the arcade original version. The arcade and the conversions were a huge commercial success.
bomb-run-02

Bomb Run

DOS19912.7/5 PC Solutions
dynablaster-01

Bomberman

DOS19924.1/5 Hudson soft
bopnwrestle-03

Bop'N Wrestle

DOS1988protected3.6/5 Beam Software