Right off, you know my system is great for old-school gaming. It's basically DOS, so it can
still play all the great DOS-based shooters, but also even older -school programs as well as basic Windows
Games on my system
DOS-based games: You know the list: Doom, Doom ][, Duke Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior,
Caesar ][, etc.
Windows games: Solitaire, SkiFree, MineSweeper, Rodent's Revenge, Reversi, Rattler Race, etc.
Microsoft Fuji Golf: Windows-based golf program with full screen graphics
DynoTech Boxes ][: Full graphics and sound game... kind of like Tetris, but not at all
WinWare Brain Games 2.0: Knights, BattleSat, Double Block, Bastille, etc.
Thomas Warfield's FreeCell Plus! 3.0: Tons of Free Cell games
LavaSoft Gazillionaire Deluxe: Fantastic graphics and sound interstellar game
Literati Lite Version 1.16: Scrabble for up to four player
Charles Timmerman's Games: Memory Blocks, Gecko Shuffle, Gecko Football, Code Breaker, etc. One
of the best collections of super fun, tiny games
Zork: DOS only, text only - yes, that Zork
Commander Keen series: DOS only - yes, that Commander Keen
Mancala! version 1.0: DOS only mancala game with ansi graphics
Poetry Generator: DOS only famous, wonderful poetry creation program
Thing that aren't quite games:|
- Magic Eight Ball - ask it questions
- Tiny Elvis - sits on your desktop and occasionally comments on the size of your icons, etc.
"That sucker's huge!"
- Roaches - scatter across your desktop and you can squish them
- Shoot Out - a tiny cowboy who pops up randomly and challeges you to shoot him
- Voodoo - makes your icons run from the mouse cursor
- Ants - just as squishy as the roaches and eat your desktop
- Coffee Cup - fills, empties, tips over
- Chalk - makes your cursor a stick of chalk you can draw with