Abandonware DOS title

The most popular hotseat games

Games supporting hotseat multiplayer mode can be played by more than one player (usually two) on the same PC taking turns playing the game. Many strategy games offer an hotseat multiplayer mode.

Panzer General 2

Windows XP/98/951997protected4.1/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.

Alpha Waves

DOS19903.9/5 Infogrames
Alpha Waves (also known as Continuum) was the ultimate relaxing experience for PC. As a platform game, Alpha Waves it's an ok game; not bad, not very good, but if you consider the whole relaxing experience, it's worth a try. Alpha Waves stands the test of time, after all these years it's still fairly playable. Try it on a lazy evening and you might...

IBM 9-Hole Miniature Golf

DOS19833/5 SoftSide Magazine

Advanced Civilization

DOS19954/5 Avalon Hill

Warlords 2

DOS19934.1/5 SSG Strategic Studies Group

Axis and Allies: Iron Blitz

Windows XP/98/9519994.2/5 Wargaming West

Battle Bugs

DOS19944.2/5 Epyx

Battle Chess 4000

DOS1992protected4/5 Interplay Productions

Zany Golf

DOS19883.9/5 Sandcastle
Zany Golf (also known as Will Harvey's Zany Golf) is an abandoned miniature golf game designed by Will Harvey, developed by Sandcastle and released by Electronic Arts in 1988. Zany Golf runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga, Atari ST, Apple IIgs, Genesis. Zany Golf can be played by two players on hotseat mode.

Nobunaga's Ambition

DOS19883.7/5 KOEI

Premier Manager 3

DOS19943.5/5 Realms of Fantasy

Pizza Tycoon

Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac OS1994protected4/5 Software 2000


DOS1995protecteddemo4.2/5 Team 17

Ports of Call

DOS19894.1/5 International Software Development

Anacreon: Reconstruction 4021

DOS1987freeware3.9/5 Thinking Machine Associates
Anacreon: Reconstruction 4021 is one of the first 4x turn-based strategy games, ASCII based. Anacreon is set in space, as most 4x sci-fi games are, and was published by Thinking Machines Associates and designed by George Moromisato who later re-released the game as freeware.

221B Baker Street

DOS19864/5 Datasoft
221B Baker Street is a turn-based strategy strategy game developed by Datasoft. 221B Baker Street is base on the tabletop game of the same name "221B Baker Street" and it plays in a very similar way, with dices, etc.

Bar Games

DOS19893.8/5 Accolade

Extreme Pinball

DOS19954.2/5 Epic MegaGames

Pinball Dreams

DOS1993protected4.1/5 Digital Illusions

The Great Giana Sisters

The Great Giana Sisters is a platform video game developed by Time Warp Productions and published by Rainbow Arts. It was originally released in 1987 for the Commodore 64 and other platforms, and later unofficially ported to MS-DOS.The game follows the adventures of two sisters, Giana and Maria, as they journey through a dream world filled with var...

QBasic Gorillas

DOS1991freeware4/5 Microsoft

Archon: the Light and the Dark

DOS19844.2/5 Free Fall Associates
Archon: The Light and the Dark is an abandoned DOS fantasy blend of strategy and action game, developed by Free Fall Associates and published for DOS by Electronic Arts in 1984. Archon and its sequels are a unique mix of chess-like turn-based strategy and arcade action games. Take chess and add the fact that every time two pieces land on the same s...

Oil Imperium

DOS19894/5 reLINE Software

California Games 2

DOS19903.6/5 Epyx

Ocean Trader

DOS19954/5 Software 2000

Fantasy Empires

DOS1993protected3.9/5 Silicon Knights

Clue Master Detective

DOS19894.3/5 Dalali Software
Clue Master Detective is an abandoned strategy game developed by Dalali Software and released by Leisure Genius in 1989 for DOS, Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, C64. Clue Master Detective is based on the well known board game Clue (also known as Cluedo). Clue can be played in single player, but the best gaming experience come from the multi-player mode.

Bandit Kings of Ancient China

DOS19893.9/5 KOEI


DOS19884.1/5 Hewson Consultants
Nebulus, also known as Tower Toppler in some regions, is a classic video game released in the 1980s. It was developed by John M. Phillips and published by Hewson Consultants. The game was initially released for various home computer systems, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST, and others. It later saw ports to different platforms. Neb...