The best first person 3D games
DOS1993protected4.2/5 id software
DOS1999protected4.2/5 New World Computing
Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor is a fantasy role-playing game (RPG) developed by New World Computing and released in 1999. It is the seventh installment in the long-running Might and Magic series. The game is set in the fictional world of Enroth and takes place in the same universe as the previous Might and Magic games. Might and Mag...
DOS1997protected4.2/5 Monolith Productions
DOSWindows XP/98/951997protected4.2/5 Stainless Games
Carmageddon was a controversial and violent vehicular combat / car racing game, where the player must compete against a number of computer controlled opponents. Running over pedestrians and damaging opponents cars grant time bonuses and credits to be spent for upgrades.
DOS19974.2/5 Blue Byte Software
DOS19904.2/5 Rowan Software
DOS19894.2/5 Distinctive Software
Windows XP/98/951997protected4.2/5 LucasArts
Windows XP/98/952002protected4.2/5 Bethesda Softworks
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is a critically acclaimed open-world action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios. It was released in 2002 and is the third installment in the Elder Scrolls series. The game is set in the fantasy world of Tamriel, on the island of Vvardenfell in the province of Morrowind.The game offers a vast a...
DOS1996protecteddemo4.2/5 3d Realms
Duke Nukem 3D is a classic first-person shooter that was developed by 3D Realms (formerly known as Apogee Software) and published by GT Interactive. It was released in 1996 for MS-DOS and later for various other platforms, including Windows, Mac OS, and gaming consoles.
DOS1995protected4.2/5 Raven Software
DOS1990protected4.2/5 Digital Image Design
DOS19924.2/5 Core Design
DOS19964.2/5 Electronic Arts
DOS19924.2/5 MicroProse Software
B-17 Flying Fortress is a single-player historical combat flight simulation game designed by Mike Brunton, developed and released by MicroProse Software in 1992 for DOS, Amiga and Atari ST. As the title suggests, it's a simulation of the B-17 heavy bomber, set during World War II. Flight is not the only aspect of the game you are involved with: you...
DOS19894.2/5 Simbiosis Interactive
DOS1994freeware4.2/5 Bethesda Softworks
The Elder Scrolls: Arena is the first installment in the highly acclaimed Elder Scrolls series of fantasy ARPG (action role-playing games), developed and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was initially released in 1994. Arena is set in the continent of Tamriel, which later becomes the central location for all the Elder Scrolls games (Skyrim,...
DOS19924.2/5 id software
DOS1992protected4.2/5 Blue Sky Productions
Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss is one of the first free-roaming first-person 3D ARPG (action RPG) ever created. The Stygian Abyss is the dungeon of the same name, part of the land of Britannia, and it's set in the Ultima universe created by Richard Garriott. Ultima Underworld was designed by Paul Neurath, developed by Blue Sky Productions and...
DOS19924.2/5 Lerner Research
DOS19874.2/5 Distinctive Software
Test Drive is an abandoned racing game developed by Distinctive Software and released by Accolade in 1987 for DOS and Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64. This is the game that started the whole Test Drive franchise. Gameplay is fairly simple and consists of driving sports cars on a mountain road while avoiding police cars.
DOS19914.2/5 MicroProse Software
DOSWindows XP/98/951995protected4.2/5 Capstone
Witchaven is an abandoned fantasy first-person shooter (or "slasher", since you'll wield melee weapons) developed by Capstone and released by IntraCorp in 1995 for DOS and Windows. Witchaven includes RPG elements such as experience and leveling your character but it's primarily an action game with swords and spells.
DOS19944.2/5 Papyrus Design Group
Windows XP/98/95Linux19964.2/5 Bungie
DOS19904.2/5 Oxford Digital Enterprises