Abandonware DOS title

Third person 3D perspective sorted by release date

Games with third person 3D perspective represent environment in a full three dimensional way, from a third-person point of view, usually from behind.

Most popular third person 3D games

Crazy Taxi
racingWindows XP/98/95
Myth: The Fallen Lords
strategyWindows XP/98/95, Mac

Third person 3D games

  • pit-stop-2-02
    DOS19843.4/5 Synergistic Software
  • soloflight-4
    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.

  • antarcticadv-1
    DOS19863.6/5 Konami
  • crazycars-3
    DOS19873.7/5 Titus Interactive
  • mach3-03
    DOS19873/5 Loriciels
  • superbike-challenge-1
    DOS19873.7/5 Microids
  • 4x4offroad-racing-06
    DOS19883.4/5 Epyx
  • fire-and-forget-02
    DOS19883.7/5 Titus Interactive
  • fire-and-forget-2-02
    DOS19883.7/5 Titus Interactive
  • offshore-warrior-03
  • pole-position-2-04
    DOS19884/5 Namco
  • superhangon-1
    DOSMac19884/5 Sega

    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.

  • thud-ridge-05
    DOS19882.8/5 ACME Interactive
  • virus-3
  • wcleaderboard-1
    DOS19884.2/5 Access Software
  • africanraiders-1
    DOS19892.9/5 Coktel Vision
  • afterburner-1
    DOS19893.6/5 Sega

    After Burner is an abandoned DOS combat flight simulation game with elements of rail shooters, with similarities to earlier Sega titles like Space Harrier. After Burner was designed by Yu Suzuki and developed by Sega as a coin-op and then converted to various home computers and consoles in 1989.

  • austerlitz-02
    DOS1989protected3.6/5 Tactical Design Group
  • f40-pursuit-04
    DOS19893.7/5 Titus Interactive
  • diehard-1
    DOS19893.3/5 Activision
  • f40-pursuit-03
    DOSMac19893/5 Titus Interactive
  • outrun-1
    DOS19894.2/5 Sega
  • space_harrier-1
    DOS19893.7/5 Sega

    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.

  • waterloo-02
    DOS1989protected4.1/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
  • air-strike-usa-02
    DOS19903.8/5 Digital Integration
  • alphawaves-1
    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...

  • conqueror-1
    DOS19904.1/5 Rainbow Arts
  • das-boot-03
    DOS1990protected4.3/5 Artech Studios
  • Days_of_Thunder-04
    DOS19903.9/5 Argonaut Games
  • hard-drivin-06
    DOS19903.7/5 Atari