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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Slipstream 5000

DOSWindows XP/98/95Mac1995protected4.1/5 The Software Refinery
Slipstream 5000 is a futuristic racing video game that was released in 1995 for MS-DOS. It was developed by The Software Refinery and published by Gremlin Interactive. The game is set in the year 2110, and players engage in high-speed, anti-gravity racing in a variety of unique and challenging tracks. One distinctive feature of Slipstream 5000...
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Solar hockey league

DOS19923.5/5 Bethesda Softworks
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Solar Winds 2: Galaxy

DOS19933.9/5 Stone Interactive Media
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Solar Winds: The Escape

DOS19934.1/5 Stone Interactive Media
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Space 1889

DOS19903.9/5 Paragon Software
Space 1889 is an abandoned top down RPG developed by Paragon Software and released in 1990 for DOS, Atari ST and Amiga. Space 1889 setting is classic science fiction, but is set in the Victorian. It's worth noting that Space 1889 is loosely based on the tabletop game of the same name.
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Space Ace

DOS19894.1/5 ReadySoft
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Space Ace 2: Borf's Revenge

DOS19913.7/5 ReadySoft
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Space Commanders

DOS1983remake3.8/5 Columbia Data Products
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Space Commanders 2

DOS1985remake3.3/5
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Space Crusade

DOS19924.2/5 Gremlin Graphics / Gremlin Interactive
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Space Federation

DOS19944.2/5 Interplay Productions
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Space Harrier

DOS19893.7/5 Sega
Space Harrier is a 3rd-person view rail-shooter developed by Sega in 1985. Space Harrier was a hit in the arcades, and later it was converted for a number of platforms, including DOS (4 years later!). The sequels - Space Harrier 3D and Space Harrier II - were never ported to DOS.
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Space Hulk

DOS19934.3/5 Electronic Arts
Space Hulk is an abandoned real-time tactical strategy game set in the Warhammer  40000 universe, developed and released by Electronic Arts in 1993 for DOS and Amiga systems. In Space Hulk, the player is tasked with wiping out hordes of aliens by the means of a squad of Space Marines armored and armed to the teeth. Space Hulk is the adaptation...
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Space Invaders

DOS1995remake4/5
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Space Invaders 2001

Windows XP/98/952001remake3.4/5
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Space Miner

DOS19833.5/5
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Space Quest 1: The Sarien Encounter

DOSMac19864.3/5 Sierra On-Line
Space Quest: The Sarien Encounter is an abandoned adventure game designed by Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy, developed by Sierra On-Line and released in 1986 for DOS. Space Quest: The Sarien Encounter is the first game in the Space Quest series with protagonist the clumsy Roger Wilco and it's one of the most popular AGI adventures created by Sierra in...
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Space Quest 2: Vohaul's Revenge

DOS1987protected4/5 Sierra On-Line
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Space Quest 3: The Pirates of Pestulon

DOSMac1989protected4/5 Sierra On-Line
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Space Quest 4: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers

DOSWindows 3.x1991protected4.2/5 Sierra On-Line
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Space Quest 5: The Next Mutation

DOS1993protected4.1/5 Dynamix
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Space Quest 6: Roger Wilco in The Spinal Frontier

DOSWindows XP/98/951995protecteddemo4/5 Sierra On-Line
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Space Rogue

DOS19894/5 Origin Systems
Space Rogue is a science fiction RPG developed by Richard Garriott's Origin and desined by Paul Neurath. Space Rogue combines a 3D space simulation with a top down view RPG gameplay. As a space pilot you can hunt bounties, buy and sell goods, land on starbases or outposts and talk to NPCs, do quests, etc.
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Spacewar

DOS19854.1/5
Spacewar is one of the earliest digital computer games and is often considered the first interactive video game. It was created in 1962 by Steve Russell, Martin Graetz, and Wayne Wiitanen at the MIT. The game was developed on the PDP-1 minicomputer; this is a DOS port, released in 1985.Spacewar! features two spaceships, controlled by players, that ...
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Spaceward Ho!

Windows 3.xDOS19924/5 Delta Tao Software
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Speedball

DOS19884.2/5 Bitmap Brothers
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Speedball 2

DOS19924.1/5 Bitmap Brothers
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Star Command

DOS1988protected4/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
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Star Control

DOS1990protected4/5 Toys for Bob
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Star Control 2

DOS1992protected4.2/5 Toys for Bob