Applications related to gaming: interpreters, game development, etc.
Interpreters are programs that execute other programs without really emulating the system they were intended to run on. Interactive fiction interpreters, for example, are a must-have for text-adventure fans.
Adventure Game Studio (AGS) is a software development tool that enables users to create point-and-click adventure games. It was originally created by Chris Jones and has been used by game developers to produce a variety of 2D adventure games. AGS provides a scripting language, a visual editor, and various other tools to simplify the game developmen...
DOS1988protected4.1/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
DOS1989protected3.8/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
Windows XP/98/9519993.5/5 Wizards of the Coast
Magic: The Gathering Interactive Encyclopedia is an abandoned "educational" application and turn-based strategy game based on he Magic: The Gathering collectible card game. MTG: Interactive Encyclopedia was developed by Wizards of the Coast and released in 1999 for Windows XP, 98, 95. The base application contains Magic cards up to the Mercadi...
DOS19913.9/5 Incentive Software
DOS19924.4/5 Incentive Software