ADG Last Updated:
May 16th, 2015
Ancient DOS Games --- Recent Episodes
Ancient DOS Games is a webshow dedicated to bringing to light many of the games made 10, 15, 20 or more years ago for personal computers using the Disk Operating System, aka DOS. Each episode generally covers a single game, shows a variety of gameplay footage, discusses how you might go about obtaining the game nowadays and how to run the game best using the DOSBox emulator on a modern computer.
Each video page also has additional information and corrections to cover any mistakes that creep into the videos or elements that get missed entirely. Information may also include links of interest or additional notes.
Also, the first three people to correctly guess which games get reviewed in future episodes get to see their names in the credits! So if you want to submit a guess, or have any requests, questions, or comments, send them all to: email@example.com. I'll read every eMail I get but I may not be able to respond to all of them depending on just how many I'm getting. :P
Or, if you want to join in a discussion about Ancient DOS Games, or talk about old games and hardware in general, head on over to the VOGONS Forum where I actively participate as well. There's also an Ancient DOS Games thread there too!
Lastly, if you want to support the show beyond simply watching it and telling others about it, you can pledge a monthly amount towards its continued existence through Patreon and get some rewards in the process!
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