Abandonware DOS title

Fixed screen, games with no scrolling sorted by release date

In a fixed screen game there is no scrolling, neither vertical nor horizontal. In a fixed screen video game, the screen doesn't move in any way. Anything but the screen can usually move anyway, but gameplay is restricted to the fixed screen. Early arcade games where typically fixed screen games: scrolling was harder to obtain in the early age of video gaming.
blort-03

Blort!

DOS19873.7/5 Hennsoft
family-feud-03

Family Feud

DOS19873.3/5 Softie
lawnmover-1

Lawn Mower

DOS19873.8/5
mahjongg-nels-01

Mah Jongg Solitaire

DOS19874/5 Arcanum Computing
pc-globe-01

PC Globe 5

DOS19874.1/5 Broderbund
18holeminiature-1

Poko Memorial: 18 Hole Miniature Golf

DOS19872.3/5 Gold Hill Software
president-elect-02

President Elect

DOS1987protected3.7/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
sram-02

SRAM

DOS19873.5/5 ERE Informatique
tetris-4

Tetris

DOS19874.1/5 Spectrum HoloByte
guild-of-thieves-0001

The Guild of Thieves

DOS19874.1/5 Magnetic Scrolls
vegasgambler-1

Vegas Gambler

DOS19873.4/5 Logical Design Works
video-casino-2

Video Casino

DOS19873/5 Mastertronic
volleyball-simulator-03

Volleyball Simulator

DOS19873.3/5 Time Warp Software
xfighter-1

X-Fighter

DOS19873.1/5 Wordworks Software
aaargh-1

Aaargh

DOS19883.3/5 Binary Design
arkanoid-1

Arkanoid

DOS19884.1/5 Taito
Arkanoid is a classic arcade video game that was first released in 1986 by Taito. It is a breakout-style game, which means that the primary objective is to break a wall of bricks or blocks by bouncing a ball off a paddle at the bottom of the screen. The game takes its name and inspiration from Atari's Breakout, which was released in the 1970s. ...
bopnwrestle-03

Bop'N Wrestle

DOS1988protected3.6/5 Beam Software
capone-1

Capone

DOS19883.8/5 Actionware Corporation
classic-concentration-01

Classic Concentration

DOS19884.2/5 Softie
death-sword-02

Death Sword

DOS19883.9/5 Palace Software
Death Sword (also known as Barbarian in Europe), is a fighting game developed by Palace Software, set in a fantasy world full of huge sword-wielding barbarians. Compared to modern brawlers, Death Sword gameplay may seem slow, but at the time it was considered adequate. Instead of rushing into multiple chain combos, the slow pace allow the players t...
egabomb-02

EGA Bomb

DOS19883.7/5
egatrek-03

EGA Trek

DOS1988remake3.3/5
firehouse-rescue-02

Fisher-Price Firehouse Rescue

DOS19883/5 GameTek
kingsofthebeach-4

Kings of the beach

DOS19884.1/5 Electronic Arts
knight-exchange-03

Knight Exchange

DOS19883.2/5 Softdisk Publishing
knight-games-05

Knight Games

DOS19883.9/5 Mastertronic
Olympic games were something back in the 80s and the 90s: Winter Games, Summer Games, California Games, anything-you-can-think-of games. Some imaginative developer thought that the world needed a different kind of "multisport" action game and came up with he idea behind Knight Games.
la-crackdown-06

L.A. Crackdown

DOS19884/5 Nexa Corporation
lifedeath-2

Life & Death

DOSMac OS19883.9/5 The Software Toolworks
Life & Death is a medical simulation game developed by Software Toolworks and released in 1988 for MS-DOS computers. It aimed to provide players with a realistic simulation of the life of a surgeon. The game puts players in the role of a surgeon at a hospital, where they must diagnose and treat various medical conditions, perform surgeries, and...
murder-in-the-atlantic-02

Murder in the Atlantic

DOS19883.2/5 CobraSoft
nyet-03

Nyet

DOS1988freeware3.6/5