Abandonware DOS title

First person viewpoint games sorted by release date

First-person view (FPV) video games are a type of video game where the player experiences the game world from the perspective of the protagonist or main character. The game's visuals are presented as if the player is looking through the eyes of the character, providing a sense of immersion and realism.

In first-person view games, the player's view is typically represented by a graphical rendering of the character's field of vision, showing what the character would see if they were actually present in the game world. This perspective often includes a virtual representation of the character's hands or body to enhance the immersion.
First person 3D games have their own keyword.

Most popular first person games

True Love
adventureWindows XP/98/95
Operation Wolf
Fatal Relations
adventureWindows XP/98/95
  • devastator-01
    DOS19843.4/5 COMPUTE! Publications
  • lords-of-midnight-01
    DOS1984remake3.8/5 Beyond Software
  • doomdark-revenge-01
    DOS19853.9/5 Beyond Software

    Doomdark's Revenge is a strategy and role-playing video game developed by Mike Singleton and originally released in 1985 for DOS and various home computer systems, including the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and Commodore 64. It is the sequel to the earlier game Lords of Midnight and is known for its unique combination of strategy, adventure, and story...

  • deja-vu-1-4
    DOS19874/5 ICOM Simulations
  • kobayashi-naru-06
  • le-maitres-des-ames-03
    DOS19873/5 UBI Soft
  • uninvited-win3x-04
    DOSMac19873.8/5 ICOM Simulations
  • capone-1
    DOS19883.8/5 Actionware Corporation
  • mortville-manor-02
    DOS19883.8/5 Lankhor
  • shadowgate-splash
    DOSWindows 3.xMac19884.1/5 ICOM Simulations

    Shadowgate is an abandoned fantasy-themed adventure game developed by ICOM Simulations and released by Mindscape in 1988 for Macintosh, DOS, and also for Amiga, Apple IIgs, Atari ST, NES. Shadowgate uses the ICOM MacVenture engine (Deja Vu, Uninvited). Shadowgate was later remade in an enhanced version for Windows 3.1.

  • blockout-3
    DOSMac19894.1/5 P. Z. Karen Co. Development Group
  • cabal-02
    DOS19894.1/5 TAD Corporation

    Cabal is an abandoned arcade conversion of a popular shooter game set in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. Cabal was developed by TAD Corporation and released by Capcom in 1989 for DOS.

  • explora2-03
    DOS19893/5 SARL Infomedia
  • keef-the-thief-4
  • last-half-of-darkness-03
    DOS19894/5 SoftLab Laboratories
  • operation-wolf-5
    DOS19894.3/5 Taito
  • safari-guns-03
  • shufflepuck-cafe-04
    DOSMac19893.5/5 Broderbund
  • bat-4
    DOS19903.9/5 Computer's dream
  • crossbow-william-tell-03
  • deja-vu-2-2
    DOS19904.1/5 ICOM Simulations
  • exterminator-1
    DOS19903.5/5 The Assembly Line
  • klax-1
    DOS19903.8/5 Atari
  • risedragon-1
    DOS19904.1/5 Dynamix
  • shootinggallery-1
    DOS19903.7/5 Arcanum Computing
  • elvira-2-jaws-of-cerberus-05
    DOS19914/5 Horror Soft

    Elvira 2: The Jaws of Cerberus is an abandoned horror adventure/RPG hybrid game with elements of dark fantasy, developed by Horror Soft and published by Accolade for DOS in 1991. Elvira 2: The Jaws of Cerberus is also part of the Elvira series of games, each of one based on the popular movie/TV personality Elvira.

  • heart-of-china-04
    DOS19914.2/5 Dynamix
  • maupiti-island-02
    DOS19914.2/5 Lankhor
  • murder-club-01
    DOSWindows XP/98/9519914.1/5 Riverhill Soft
  • predator2-03
    DOS19913.7/5 Arc Developments