The most popular first person 3D games
DOS1994protected4.3/5 MicroProse Software
DOS19974.2/5 Blue Byte Software
Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain is an abandoned historical combat flight simulation game set in Great Britain (obviously) during World War 2. Their Finest Hour was designed by Lawrence Holland, developed and released by LucasArts in 1989 for DOS, Amiga, Atari ST.
DOS1991protected4.2/5 MicroProse Software
Windows XP/98/95LinuxMac1999protected4.2/5 Irrational Games
System Shock 2 is a Windows science fiction cyberpunk game developed by Irrational Games, designed by Ken Levine and published by Electronic Arts in 1999. System Shock 2 is a blend of more than one genre: RPG, action-adventure, shooter, stealth game.
DOS1997protected4/5 Xatrix Entertainment
DOSWindows XP/98/951997protected3.8/5 Westwood Studios
Windows XP/98/951997protected4/5 Bethesda Softworks
DOS19943.9/5 Take-Two Interactive
Star Crusader is an abandoned science fiction first-person 3D space combat simulation, developed by Take-Two Interactive and released by GameTek in 1994 both for DOS and for Amiga platforms. During the game you will have to choose on which side you want to fight: the Gorenes or the rebels. Depending on your choice, you will have different ships ava...
DOS1991protected4/5 Origin Systems
DOS19893.9/5 Digital Studios Limited
Windows XP/98/95DOSMac1994protected4.1/5 Origin Systems
DOS1990protected4.2/5 Digital Image Design
DOS19954.1/5 Frontier Developments
Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac1996protected4.1/5 Access Software
Tex Murphy: The Pandora Directive is the sequel to Under a Killing Moon and the 4th game in the Tex Murphy series. The Pandora Directive is a first-person 3D adventure game set in a dark sci-fi version of the U.S.A., more specifically in a futuristic San Francisco. The Pandora Directive was developed by Access Software and released in 1996 for...
DOS1990protected4.3/5 Artech Studios
DOS19934/5 Bethesda Softworks
DOS1985demo3.8/5 MicroProse Software
DOSWindows XP/98/951995protected4.3/5 Digital Integration
DOS19894.1/5 MicroProse Software