Abandonware DOS title

Multi-direction scrolling games sorted by release date

A multi-directional scroller is a video game in which the action is shown in a top-down or isometric perspective and the player can scroll the screen in any direction (vertical, horizontal, diagonal).

Most popular multi-directional scroller games

Sid Meier's SimGolf
sportsWindows XP/98/95
Dune 2000
strategyWindows XP/98/95
Civilization 2
strategyWindows XP/98/95

Multi-directional scroller games

  • ultima2-08
    DOS19834/5 Origin Systems

    The second chapter of the Ultima saga is much similar to the first one (same top down visual, same dungeon 3d visual, same gameplay), although there are many small improvements. The series begins to take the shape of the detailed, deep, rpg saga that gamers will always remember.

  • boulderdash-1
    DOS1984protected3.8/5 First Star Software
  • boulderdash2-1
    DOS1985protected3.4/5 First Star Software
  • ultima3-2
    DOS19854.1/5 Origin Systems
  • ultima4-2
    DOS1985freeware4.2/5 Origin Systems

    Ultima IV is remembered as one of the best Ultima games ever released, designed as usual by Richard Garriott. Garriott took the Ultima series to a whole new level by introducing the eight virtues: honesty, compassion, valor, justice, sacrifice, honor, spirituality, humility. Ultima IV started the trilogy known as "Age of Enlightenment".

  • gauntlet-1-02
    DOS19864.1/5 Mindscape
  • boulder-dash-construction-kit-04
    DOS19873.7/5 First Star Software
  • into-the-eagles-nest-02
    DOS19873.8/5 Pandora
  • marble-madness-03
    DOS19873.7/5 Atari

    Marble Madness is an abandoned isometric action game designed by Mark Cerny and originally published by Atari as a successful and iconic arcade game. It was later converted for many platform in 1986 and for IBM PCs in 1987 by Atari.

  • faery-tale-adventure-1-02
    DOS19873.8/5 MicroIllusions
  • ultima1-3
    DOS19874.1/5 Origin Systems

    This is the first of the very popular RPG saga Ultima. The setting is the land of Sosaria, the enemy to defeat is Mondain. It's a classic cRPG. The wilderness and cities are represented from a top down perspective, while dungeons can be explored in a first person 3d view.

  • mad-mix-02
    DOS19884.2/5 Topo Soft
  • ultima5-1
    DOS19884.2/5 Origin Systems
  • nightmareelmstreet-1
    DOS19893.9/5 Westwood Studios
  • alien-syndrome-07
    DOS19894.2/5 Sega
  • apb-5
    DOS19894/5 Atari
  • aspargpmaster-1
    DOS19893.8/5 Dinamic Multimedia
  • demon-stalkers-04
    DOS19893.6/5 Micro Forté
  • gauntlet2-1
    DOS19894.1/5 Atari
  • livingstone-2-01
    DOS19893.9/5 Opera Soft
  • moonwalker-03
    DOS19893.1/5 Emerald Software
  • satan-02
    DOS19893/5 Dinamic Multimedia
  • simcity-6
    DOSWindows 3.xWindows XP/98/951989protected4.1/5 Maxis

    SimCity (or SimCity Classic) is a popular city building simulation in which you, the mayor of a city, have to build a metropolis from the ground up. You can build police and fire departments, assign industrial, residential or commercial areas, manage power distribution, build ports and airports. Grow your city from village to metropolis and try to ...

  • time-bandit-08
    DOS19894.2/5 MichTron
  • timesoflore-4
    DOS19894/5 Origin Systems

    Times of Lore is an abandoned action RPG designed by Chris Roberts, developed and released by Origin Systems in 1989 for DOS and many more 8 bit and 16 bit platforms. Compared to Ultima (the much more popular franchise also by Origin) Times of Lore is a washed down RPG, more similar to a NES game. In fact, Roberts was inspired by The Legend of Zelda.

  • titan-03
    DOS19893.5/5 Titus Interactive
  • chagunitzu-02
    DOS19904.1/5 Softdisk Publishing
  • cloud-kingdoms-05
    DOS19903.6/5 Logotron
  • escapefromhell-1
    DOS19904/5 Electronic Arts
  • escape_from_the_planet_of_the_robot_monsters-06