Abandonware DOS title

Choose your own adventure

A choose your own adventure video game is a genre of interactive storytelling in which the player's choices directly influence the narrative's direction and outcome. These games emphasize player decision-making and often feature branching storylines, multiple endings, and significant replay value. It's a simplified form of interactive fiction: there's no need to type the input.

The game’s plot diverges based on the decisions made by the player. This leads to different scenarios and outcomes, encouraging multiple playthroughs to explore all possible paths. The focus is on the narrative and how it evolves based on player input. Gameplay mechanics often take a backseat to the story, making these games similar to interactive novels.

Most popular choose your own adventure games


Alter Ego: Female Version

DOS19864.1/5 Activision

Alter Ego: Male Version

DOS19864/5 Activision

Caverns of Chaos


Executive Suite

DOS19823.9/5 Armonk Corporation

Kingdom Without End



DOS1991NSFW4/5 Trecision
Profezia is an adventure video game developed by the Italian company Trecision and released in 1991. It was available on both the Amiga and MS-DOS platforms. The game is notable for its multiple-choice interface, where the storyline unfolds automatically, and the player is presented with sets of choices that affect the progression of the game. Unli...

Star Saga: One - Beyond the Boundary

DOS19873.6/5 Masterplay Publishing Corporation

Star Saga: Two - The Clathran Menace

DOS19893.9/5 Masterplay Publishing Corporation

The Three Musketeers

DOS19873/5 Greve Graphics
  • 1