Abandonware DOS title

Public domain software

Public domain software refers to software that has been deliberately placed in the public domain by its creator, effectively relinquishing all intellectual property rights associated with it. This means that anyone can use, modify, distribute, and even sell the software without restrictions. Public domain software is not protected by copyright law, and there are no license agreements or usage restrictions imposed by the original creator.

Most popular public domain games

The Oregon Trail
simulationDOS
Rogue
rpgWindows XP/98/95, DOS, Linux, Mac
Abuse
shooterDOS, Linux, Mac
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Abuse

DOSLinuxMac1995freeware4/5 Crack dot Com
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Akalabeth: World of Doom

DOS1981freeware3.7/5 California Pacific Computer
Akalabeth is a RPG game allegedly developed in just one summer by the Ultima franchise creator Richard Garriott. It's a dungeon crawler with wire-frame black and white graphics. Akalabeth is played in both first person 3d and top down view points.
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Arcade Volleyball

DOS19873.3/5
brix-1

Brix

DOS1992freeware4/5 Epic MegaGames
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Jumpman Lives!

DOS1991remake4/5 Apogee Software
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Rogue

Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac19844.2/5 Artificial Intelligence Design
Rogue is one of the first RPGs in the history of video gaming. It's a text-based dungeon crawler in which you have to fight your way in the dungeon to recover the Amulet of Yendor. Rogue became popular around 1980 on mainframes and later ported to various platforms, including DOS in 1984. Rogue is simply the father of all the roguelike games that c...
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Santa Paravia en Fiumaccio

DOS19883.7/5 Starsoft Development
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The Oregon Trail

DOS19904.2/5 MECC
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The Oregon Trail Deluxe

DOS19924.1/5 MECC
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