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Open Source applications and games

Open-source software refers to computer software whose source code is made available to the public. The term "open source" means that anyone can view, use, modify, and distribute the source code. This is in contrast to proprietary or closed-source software, where the source code is kept secret and only the compiled, executable version is provided.
Various licenses govern the use and distribution of open-source software. Common open-source licenses include the GNU General Public License (GPL), Apache License, MIT License, and BSD License, each with its own terms and conditions.

Most popular open source games

DOSBox
applicationWindows XP/98/95, Linux, Mac
Abuse
shooterDOS, Linux, Mac
Doom
shooterDOS
abuse-05

Abuse

DOSLinuxMac1995freeware3.9/5 Crack dot Com
ags-01

Adventure Game Studio (AGS)

WindowsLinuxMac1997freeware3.9/5
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...
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Angband

Windows XP/98/95DOSLinux1992freeware4/5
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D-Fend Reloaded

Windows XP/98/95Windows2008freeware4.2/5
D-Fend Reloaded it's one of the most user-friendly front ends for the popular DOS-BOX emulator. The installer download includes the latest versione of DOS-BOX and is available for free for Windows
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DBGL: DOSBox Game Launcher

Windows2017freeware4.4/5
DBGL is a free and open-source frontend for DOSBox available for many platforms, developed in Java.
doom-3

Doom

DOS1993protected4.2/5 id software
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DOS Navigator v 1.5

DOS1991freeware4.1/5
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DOSBox

Windows XP/98/95LinuxMac2002freeware4.2/5
DOSBox is an open-source emulator that allows you to run software and games designed for the MS-DOS operating system on modern computers. As you probably already know, MS-DOS was a popular operating system used in the 1980s and early 1990s. DOSBox emulates the necessary hardware components and provides a DOS-like environment, allowing users to...
doszipcommander-1

Doszip Commander

DOS2007freeware3.9/5
freedos-shell-01

FreeDOS Shell

DOS2002freeware3.5/5
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Lincity NG

WindowsLinuxMac2005freeware3.7/5
Lincity-NG is an open-source city simulation game and a continuation of the original Lincity game. The "NG" stands for "New Generation." The game is designed to be a city-building and management simulation where players take on the role of a city manager and must balance various factors such as population growth, resource management, environmental ...
doslynx-01

Lynx

DOS1992freeware3/5
moria-5

Moria

DOS1992freeware3.9/5
nethack-2

NetHack

DOSWindows XP/98/95MacLinux1987freeware3.7/5
NetHack is an open-source roguelike game that's been around since the early 1980s. It's a single-player dungeon exploration game where you navigate your character through a randomly generated dungeon filled with monsters, traps, treasures, and various items. The goal is to retrieve the Amulet of Yendor, located deep within the dungeon's lowest leve...
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ResidualVM

Windows XP/98/952003freeware3.8/5
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Scorched 3D

Windows XP/98/95Linux2001freeware3.8/5
sopwith-2

Sopwith

DOS1984freeware4.1/5 BMB Compuscience
warzone-2100-01

Warzone 2100

Windows XP/98/95LinuxMac1999freeware4/5
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WinFrotz

Windows XP/98/952002freeware3.9/5
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ZAngband

WindowsMacDOSLinux1999freeware4/5
Zangband is a variant of the popular roguelike game Angband. Zangband, short for Zelazny Angband, was developed by Chris Weisiger and first released in 1994. The game features a fantasy world with diverse races, classes, and monsters. Players explore dungeons, caves, and other environments in a quest to reach the bottom level of the dungeon, d...
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