The most popular abandonware simulation games
DOS19923.9/5 business simulation
Windows XP/98/952002protected4.2/5 sandbox strategy, business simulation
Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 is a simulation game developed by Chris Sawyer Productions and published by Infogrames. It was released in 2002 as the sequel to the original classic Roller Coaster Tycoon. In Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 players take on the role of an amusement park manager and are tasked with designing, building, and managing their own th...
DOS19944.2/5 sandbox strategy, traffic and transportation, business simulation
Transport Tycoon is a business simulation game that puts the player at the head of a transport company to compete against rival companies. The player can build stations, airports, railroads to transport passengers, mail and various goods using trucks, trains and planes. The game became a cult and a few talented fans created some of the best remakes...
DOS19843.3/5 business simulation
DOSMac19924.1/5 business simulation, traffic and transportation
DOS19924.1/5 life simulation
DOSWindows XP/98/951997protecteddemo4.1/5 business simulation
DOS19864.1/5 life simulation
DOS1994freeware3.8/5 space simulation, 4x, space exploration
DOS19894/5 business simulation, life simulation
Windows XP/98/9519994/5 sandbox strategy, business simulation
DOS19953.9/5 business simulation
DOS19934.1/5 business simulation, traffic and transportation
Windows 3.x19964/5 sandbox strategy, city building
DOS19934.1/5 business simulation
DOS19864/5 life simulation
Windows XP/98/951999protected4.2/5 sandbox strategy, city building
DOS19944.1/5 business simulation
DOSMacWindows 3.x19924/5 sandbox strategy, god game, life simulation
SimLife is an abandoned simulation game focused on managing a ecosystems and experimenting with genetics. SimLife was designed by Ken Karakotsios, developed and released by Maxis in 1992 for DOS and later also published for Macintosh, Amiga, Windows 3.x and Amiga.
DOS1991freeware3.8/5 business simulation
DOS19914/5 life simulation
Jones in the Fast Lane is the kind of game that you don't see often these days. It's a mix between a digital board game and a modern day life simulation. The goal of the game is to live the life of Jones, making choices about school, work, your home, etc. Graphics is a mix of cartonish and digitized characters, very reminishent of some of the best ...
Hill Street Blues is an old DOS "driving" game developed by Krisalis in 1991. The gameplay it's similar to a Grand Theft Auto clone (we're talking about GTA 1 or 2) in which you are the police and you have to apprehend criminals. Hill Street Blues is a rare example of game based on a TV series.
DOS1991protected3.9/5 political simulation
Windows XP/98/952002protected4.5/5 business simulation
Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac1994protected4/5 business simulation
Windows 3.x1989freeware4.1/5 political simulation
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...
DOS19964.2/5 business simulation