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?

Most popular science fiction games

Mega Man X4
shooterWindows XP/98/95
Duke Nukem
Dune 2000
strategyWindows XP/98/95

Science fiction games

  • journeyman-project-3-02
    Windows XP/98/95Mac1998protected4.2/5 Presto Studios

    The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time is the third chapter in The Journeyman Project series. It's a science fiction adventure game developed by Presto Studios, designed by Phil Saunders and published by Red Orb Entertainment in 1998 for Windows and Macintosh.

  • the-kristal-05
  • last-mission-opera-02
    DOS19873.7/5 Opera Soft
  • lostvikings-1
    DOS19934.2/5 Silicon & Synapse

    The Lost Vikings is an old DOS platform-puzzle game, developed by Silicon & Synapse and published by Interplay Productions in 1993. In The Lost Vikings you have to solve puzzles by controlling three characters (glorious vikings!), each with a single skill of its own.

  • orion-conspiracy-01
    DOS19952.8/5 Divide by zero
  • thesentinel-4
    DOS19894.1/5 Firebird
  • terminator-future-shock-05
    DOS19954.3/5 Bethesda Softworks

    The Terminator: Future Shock is an abandoned science fiction first-person shooter game based on the popular Terminator movies franchise, set in a dystopian world where machines has taken over the Earth. The Terminator: Future Shock was developed by Bethesda Softworks and released in 1995 for DOS.

  • terminatorrampage-3
    DOS19934/5 Bethesda Softworks
  • twilight-zone-01

    The Twilight Zone is an abandoned sci-fi themed adventure game based on the popular TV series of the same name. The Twilight zone released in 1988 by First Row Software Publishing for DOS and Amiga. At it's core, The Twilight Zone is a text adventure, so you have to type in commands, but it's supported by the graphics.

  • thexder-1
    DOS19873.6/5 Game Arts
  • thexder2-03
    DOS19903.9/5 Game Arts
  • time-bandit-08
    DOS19894.2/5 MichTron
  • time-slaughter-03
    DOS1996freeware4/5 Bloodlust Software
  • timequest-01
    DOS1991protected4.1/5 Legend Entertainment
  • tintinmoon-1
    DOS19893.4/5 Infogrames
  • tongue-of-the-fatman-06
    DOS19893.2/5 Brian A. Rice
  • total-annihilation-03
    Windows XP/98/951997protected4.2/5 Cavedog Entertainment
  • total-carnage-07
    DOS19944.2/5 Midway Manufacturing Company
  • traders-02
    DOS19923.8/5 Linel
  • trafficdepartment-4
    DOS1994freeware3.8/5 P Squared
  • transarctica-06
    DOS19934.1/5 Silmarils
  • transland-3
    DOS19963/5 Origin Systems
  • trantor-last-stormtrooper-01
    DOS19893.1/5 Probe Entertainment
  • trinity-01
    DOS19864.2/5 Infocom
  • tubular-worlds-04
  • tunnelsarma-4
    DOS19893.8/5 Logical Design Works
  • twilight-2000-02
    DOS19914/5 Paragon Software
  • tyrian2000-02
    DOS1999freeware4.1/5 Eclipse Software

    Tyrian 2000 is an old DOS science fiction classic shoot'em up, developed by Eclipse Software and designed by Alexander Brandon, Jason Emery, Daniel Cook. Tyrian 2000 is one of the most popular shoot'em ups ever published for DOS and it's still remembered by retro gaming fans to this day.

  • ufo2000-03
  • martiandreams-9
    DOS19914/5 Origin Systems

    Ultima: Worlds of Adventure 2: Martian Dreams is an abandoned science fiction RPG designed by Jeff George, developed by Origin Systems and released in 1991 for DOS. Martian Dreams uses the Ultima VI engine to depict Mars in a top down perspective.