Abandonware DOS title

Science fiction games

Time travel, space wars, alien empires, alternate universe, cyberpunk anti-heroes, space invaders, post-apocalyptic worlds, dystopian societies, mad scientists, galaxies far far away, strange new worlds, mech battles, deep space exploration, evil robots... should I go on?
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Rick Dangerous

DOS19894.3/5 Core Design
Rick Dangerous is an action-packed platformer game set in the 1940s. As the fearless explorer Rick, you'll navigate treacherous environments, avoid deadly traps, and defeat enemies to uncover ancient treasures. With retro graphics and challenging gameplay, it's a must-play for platforming enthusiasts.
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Rick Dangerous 2

DOS19904.2/5 Core Design
Rick Dangerous 2 is a clear example of a sequel done right. Developed by Core Design and released in 1990 on a plethora of platforms, Rick Dangerous 2 is a classic platform game with a (linear) story. The first levels can be played in any order: an ice cave, Hyde Park in London, a forest and the atomic mud mines. The fifth level will become availab...
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Ringworld: Revenge of the Patriarch

DOS19923.8/5 Tsunami Media
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Rise of the Dragon

DOS19904.1/5 Dynamix
Rise of the Dragon is a point-and-click adventure game developed and published by Dynamix in 1990. It was originally released for MS-DOS and later ported to other platforms such as the Amiga and Sega CD. The game is set in a cyberpunk-inspired future Los Angeles, where the player assumes the role of William "Blade" Hunter, a private detective taske...
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Rise of the Robots

DOS19943.2/5 Mirage Technologies
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Robbo

DOS1993freeware3.8/5 xLand Games
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Robo Rumble

Windows XP/98/9519983.8/5 Metropolis Software House
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Robocop

DOS19894/5 Data East
Robocop is an abandoned beat 'em up / run and gun shooter game developed and released by Data East in 1989 for a number of platforms, including DOS. Robocop is a conversion from an arcade game released by Data East in 1988 and it was based on the movie of the same name, Robocop, by Paul Verhoeven. Your goal is to get to the final boss by shoot...
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Robocop 3

DOS19923.9/5 Digital Image Design
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Robot Odissey

DOS19853.9/5 The Learning Company
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Robot Rascals

DOS19873.8/5 Ozark Softscape
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Robotron 2084

DOS19833.9/5 Williams Entertainment
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Rocket Ranger

DOS1988protected4.2/5 Cinemaware
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Round 42

DOS19862.7/5
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Rules of Engagement

DOS19913.6/5 Omnitrend Software
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Rules of Engagement 2

DOS19933.9/5 Omnitrend Software
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S.D.I.

DOS19894.1/5 Cinemaware
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S.T.U.N. Runner

DOS19903.6/5 Atari
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Scavengers of the Mutant World

DOS19883.9/5 Interstel Corporation
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Seastalker

DOS19844/5 Infocom
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Sentinel Returns

Windows XP/98/9519983.5/5 Hookstone
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Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator

Windows XP/98/951999protected4/5
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Sex Olympics

DOS1990NSFW4/5 Free Spirit Software
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Sex Vixens from Space

DOS1989NSFW4/5 Free Spirit Software
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Shadow Warrior

DOS1997protected3.9/5 3d Realms
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ShadowForce

DOS19943.3/5 Midnight Synergy / Interspace Software
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Shadoworlds

DOS1993protected4/5 Teque
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Shufflepuck Cafè

DOSMac OS19893.5/5 Broderbund
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Side Arms Hyper Dyne

DOS19883.8/5 Capcom
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Silicon Dreams

DOS19863.6/5 Level 9 Computing
Silicon Dreams by Level 9 Computing is a trilogy of interactive fiction (text adventure) games released in the mid-1980s. The trilogy includes three separate games: Snowball, Return to Eden, and The Worm in Paradise. Each game combines elements of science fiction with puzzle-solving and exploration. All three games are text-based, relying on d...