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Games involving espionage, spies, secret agents

James Bond is the iconic embodiment of the spy genre (or 'espionage'), but he is not alone in the colorful world of old video games, there are plenty of spies still around on AbandonwareDOS: Apogee's Secret Agent, Spy vs Spy and Mission: Impossible and more!
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Secret Agent

DOS1992protected3.9/5 Apogee Software
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Secret Agent: The Escape

DOS19963.8/5 PhreAk Software
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Sid Meier's Covert Action

DOS1990protected4.1/5 MicroProse Software
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Spy Hunter

DOS19843.7/5 Midway Manufacturing Company
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Spy vs Spy 3: Arctic Antics

DOS19883.8/5 First Star Software
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Teen Agent

DOS1995freeware3.9/5 Metropolis Software House
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The Cardinal of the Kremlin

DOS19904/5 Capstone
The Cardinal of the Kremlin is an abandoned simulation game involving espionage, politics and govern management set in the cold war years. It was designed by Kenneth Rothschild, developed by Capstone and released by IntraCorp in 1990 for DOS and Amiga. The Cardinal of the Kremlin was based on the Tom Clancy novel of the same name.
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The Fourth Protocol

DOS19874/5 The Electronic Pencil Co.
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The Operative: No One Lives Forever

Windows XP/98/9520003.7/5 Monolith Productions
The Operative: No One Lives Forever is a first-person shooter with stealth gameplay elements, developed by Monolith Productions and released by Fox Interactive in 2000 for Windows, Mac and PS2. As Cate Archer, a spy working for a secret organization in the 60s, you have to find out who killed your colleagues. No One Lives Forever is the first of th...
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The President is Missing

DOS1988protected3.4/5 Cosmi Corporation
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The Third Courier

DOS19894.1/5 Manley Associates
The Third Courier is an abandoned (atypical) adventure / role playing game set in Berlin during the cold war era and, of course, it's a spy game. The Third Courier was developed by Manley Associates and released by Accolade in 1989 for DOS, but it was also published for Amiga, Apple IIgs, Atari ST platforms.