Third person 3D perspective
DOS1994freeware3.4/5 Bluemoon Interactive
DOS19853.6/5 MicroProse Software
Not many people know that the first games created by Sid Meier were flight simulations. Solo Flight was published by MicroProse in 1983 for Commodore 64, Apple II, Atari, and a year later, in 1984, for PC. The game takes place in the United States. As a fliying mailmain, the goal of the game is to deliver mail across the U.S.A.
Space Harrier is a 3rd-person view rail-shooter developed by Sega in 1985. Space Harrier was a hit in the arcades, and later it was converted for a number of platforms, including DOS (4 years later!). The sequels - Space Harrier 3D and Space Harrier II - were never ported to DOS.
DOS1993protected4/5 Stormfront Studios
DOS1992protected4.3/5 The Assembly Line
Super Hang-On is an abandoned motorcycle arcade racing game, developed by Sega, designed by Yu Suzuki and published by Data East for DOS in 1988 (the arcade was released in 1987). Super Hang-On was converted for a great number of platforms including Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, C64, Genesis, Macintosh, Nintendo 3DS, ZX Spectrum.
DOS19954/5 Manic Media Productions
DOSWindows XP/98/95Mac1996protected4/5 Bullfrog
Syndicate Wars is the sequel to the much acclaimed Syndicate developed by Bullfrog in its golden years. Like its predecessor, Syndicate Wars is a real-time tactics strategy game set in a cyberpunk dystopian world involving excessive violence, mega-corporations, bleak urban environment. Syndicate Wars also supports a multi-player co-op mode via LAN.
DOS19882.8/5 ACME Interactive
DOS1996protected4.1/5 Core Design
Windows XP/98/95Mac1997protected4.1/5 Core Design
Windows XP/98/95Mac1998protected4.1/5 Core Design
DOS1993protected4.3/5 Digital Integration
Turbo OutRun is an abandoned DOS action racing game set in North America, developed and published by Sega in 1990. Turbo OutRun is a conversion from the arcade classic of the same name and it's the sequel of the popular OutRun. The OutRun games are regarded as iconic and representative of the late 80s/early 90s, often cited by retrowave enthusiasts.
Windows XP/98/951999protected4/5 Origin Systems
Windows XP/98/95Mac2000protected4.3/5 Nihilistic Software
DOS1994protected4.1/5 Apogee Software
DOS1989protected4.1/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS19954.3/5 Gremlin Graphics / Gremlin Interactive
DOS19884.2/5 Access Software
World Class Leader Board is a golf simulation game developed and published by Access Software and released in the late 1980s for various platforms, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST, and PC. Players could choose their clubs, adjust their stance, and navigate through the virtual courses. World Class Leader Board was designed by Bruce ...