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Remakes of old abandoned games: simulation

Games running on DOS date back to the XX century and, well, there’s no other way you can define them - they’re just dated. Graphics, user experience, and sounds vastly progressed over the years: Today’s games belong to an entirely different world.

Many of the old games that used to run on DOS have been recreated from scratch to varying degrees of faithfulness, whether by the hands of big gaming companies or indie developers. Some of these remakes are available as free games, while others can only be played online, and some are available for purchase.

Here’s a list of remakes and ported games for the benefit of nostalgic enthusiasts and new generations of gamers alike.


Simulation

Simulation games are designed to convey realism in every aspect, from gameplay to visuals. Simulation games have a number of sub-genres according to their main goals, for example building cities, managing business companies, leading a social life, or campaigning for president.
Original game Remakes / ports
A-TrainA-TrainFree Train
Dope WarsDope WarsDopeWars classic for Andoid
Jones in the Fast LaneJones in the Fast LaneTycoon Jones: a remake
Mad TVMad TVTvgigant
RottzTV
Santa Paravia en FiumaccioSanta Paravia en FiumaccioSP2003
SimTowerSimTowerOpenSkyscraper remake
The Clue!The Clue!Clou! Open Source Project
Theme HospitalTheme HospitalCorsixTH
Transport TycoonTransport TycoonOpenTTD
Simutrans, a remake
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