Abandonware DOS title

Games featuring hotseat multiplayer mode sorted by release date

Games supporting hotseat multiplayer mode can be played by more than one player (usually two) on the same PC taking turns playing the game. Many strategy games offer an hotseat multiplayer mode.

Most popular hotseat applications

Master of Orion 2: Battle at Antares
strategyDOS, Windows XP/98/95
Grand Prix 2

Hotseat applications

  • empire1-1
    DOS19874/5 Northwest Software
  • family-feud-03
    DOS19873.1/5 Softie
  • jeopardy-1
    DOS19873.7/5 Sharedata
  • lords-of-conquest-05
    DOS19873.6/5 Eon Software
  • oligopoly-1
    DOS19873.3/5 Pc design associates

    Oligopoly is an abandoned turn-based strategy game designed by James Kerwin, developed by PC Design Associates and released by XOR Corporation in 1987 for DOS.

  • pattonvsrommel-1
    DOS19874/5 Electronic Arts
  • president-elect-02
    DOS1987protected3.7/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
  • robotrascals-1
    DOS19873.8/5 Ozark Softscape
  • starsaga-1
    DOS19873.6/5 Masterplay Publishing Corporation
  • civilwar-1
    DOS19873.3/5 Avalon Hill
  • giana-3

    The Great Giana Sisters is a platform video game developed by Time Warp Productions and published by Rainbow Arts. It was originally released in 1987 for the Commodore 64 and other platforms, and later unofficially ported to MS-DOS.The game follows the adventures of two sisters, Giana and Maria, as they journey through a dream world filled with var...

  • wizball-02
    DOS19873.5/5 Sensible Software

    Wizball is an abandoned shoot'em up created by Jon Hare and Chris Yates, the guys behind Sensible Software. Wizball was published for PC by Ocean Software in 1987. The premise of Wizball is quite odd: the realm of Wizworld was deprived by all colors by an evil guy. You, as the titular wizard, in form of a... ball with a face (hence the title) must ...

  • worlddarts-3
    DOS19873.9/5 Melbourne House
  • arnhem-01
    DOS19882.8/5 Cases Computer Simulations
  • battlechess-1
    DOS1988protected4.2/5 Interplay Productions

    Chess was a niche genre in video gaming. There were lots of chess simulations: black and white very old games, licensed games from chess champions, etc. No one ever attempted to broaden the audience until Interplay published Battle Chess. Battle Chess appeal was almost entirely focused on the animations when two pieces ended on the same square.

  • bubble-ghost-02
    DOS19884.1/5 ERE Informatique
  • californiagames-5
    DOS19884.1/5 Epyx
  • decisive-civil-war-1-03
    DOS19884/5 SSG Strategic Studies Group
  • encyclopedia-war-ancient-battles-03
    DOS19882.8/5 Cases Computer Simulations
  • firezone-04
    DOS19883.1/5 Arcadia Systems
  • miniputt-04
    DOS19883.8/5 Artech Studios
  • nebulus-1
    DOS19884.1/5 Hewson Consultants

    Nebulus, also known as Tower Toppler in some regions, is a classic video game released in the 1980s. It was developed by John M. Phillips and published by Hewson Consultants. The game was initially released for various home computer systems, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST, and others. It later saw ports to different platforms. Neb...

  • nobungasambition-3
    DOS19883.7/5 KOEI
  • power-struggle-02
    DOS19883.5/5 Personal Software Services
  • rackem-2
    DOS19883.5/5 Artech Studios
  • santaparavia-2
    DOS19883.7/5 Starsoft Development
  • skateordie-5
    DOS19884.3/5 Electronic Arts

    Skate or Die is an abandoned sports game, developed and released by Electronic Arts in 1988 for DOS and a number of other platforms. Skate or Die is a multi-sport kind of game, including every kind of unconventional "sport" done on skateboard. A sequel, Ski or Die, was released an year later.

  • solomonskey-1
    DOS19884.1/5 Probe Entertainment
  • stellarcrusade-1
    DOS1988protected4/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
  • super-battleship-03