Abandonware DOS title

Fixed screen, games with no scrolling sorted by release date

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.
yabog-02

Yabog

DOS1995freeware3.3/5
zoop-03

Zoop

DOS19953.2/5 Hookstone
zorlim-arcade-volley-02

Zorlim's Arcade Volleyball

DOS1995freewareremake3.8/5
15x15picpuzzle-02

15x15 Picture Puzzle

DOS1996freeware3.4/5
chain-reaction-02

Chain Reaction

DOS19964.1/5 Webfoot Technologies
champkong-1

CHAMP Kong

DOS1996remake4/5 ChamProgramming corp.
chaos-overlord-01

Chaos Overlords

Windows XP/98/95Mac OS1996protected3.2/5 Stick Man Games
color-balls-02

Color Balls

DOS19963/5
enigma-sh-04

Enigma

DOS1996freeware2.7/5 Geckosoft
genocide-06

Genocide

DOS1996freeware3.9/5
opong-1

O-Pong

DOS19963.1/5
snood-03

Snood

DOSWindows XP/98/95Mac OS1996freeware4.1/5
super-stardust-02

Super Stardust

DOS19964.3/5 Housemarque
super-street-fighter-2-05

Super Street Fighter 2

DOS19964.3/5 Capcom
Super Street Fighter II is an enhanced version of the iconic arcade fighting game Street Fighter II, developed and published by Capcom. It was released in 1993 as an upgrade to Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting and introduced several new features, characters, and gameplay mechanics to the series.Super Street Fighter II expanded the roster wit...
tetrisacademysoft-1

Tetris (Academysoft)

DOS19963.7/5 AcademySoft
twinblok-03

TwinBlok

DOS19963.5/5 Webfoot Technologies
x-tetris-win-02

X-Tetris

Windows XP/98/951996NSFW4/5
atomic-bomberman-03

Atomic Bomberman

Windows XP/98/9519974.2/5 Interplay Productions
bubble-pop-03

Bubble Pop

DOS19973.8/5 Software of Sweden
Bubble Pop by Software of Sweden is a platform game that follows the classic bubble-popping mechanics similar to other popular games in the genre (Bubble Bobble...). Bubble Pop was published in 1997 by Webfoot Technologies for DOS only.
bust-a-move-01

Bust-A-Move

DOS1997freeware4/5 Taito
callahan-crosstime-03

Callahan's Crosstime Saloon

DOS19974/5 Legend Entertainment
champ-asteroids-01

CHAMP Asteroids

DOS1997remake3.9/5 ChamProgramming corp.
dilbert-desktop-games-04

Dilbert's Desktop Games

Windows XP/98/9519974.2/5
manic-miner-02

Manic Miner remake

DOS1997remake4/5
Manic Miner is a quintessential platformer game that emerged in the early 1980s, developed by Matthew Smith for the ZX Spectrum. It stands as a hallmark of the 8-bit gaming era, celebrated for its innovative design and enduring charm. This is a quite faithful remake.In Manic Miner, you guide Miner Willy through a series of twenty treacherous cavern...
pcbert-02

PC*Bert

DOS1997freeware3.8/5
240racing-1

240 Racing

DOS19984/5
acid-tetris-02

Acid Tetris

DOS1998freewareremake3.9/5
dxball2-04

DX-Ball 2

Windows XP/98/951998protected4.3/5 Longbow Digital Arts
DX-Ball 2 is a popular brick-breaking game that was first released in 1998 by Longbow Digital Arts. It serves as a sequel to the original DX-Ball, which was inspired by the classic arcade game Breakout and its successor Arkanoid. The core mechanics of DX-Ball 2 involve controlling a paddle at the bottom of the screen to bounce a ball upwards. ...
jump-and-bump-02

Jump 'n Bump

DOS1998freeware3.6/5 Brainchild Design