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DOS / ChamProgramming Corporation

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Champ Invaders 1.0

Remake of Atari's Space Invaders game. Shareware.

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DOS / ChamProgramming Corporation

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Champ Kong 1.0

Remake of Atari's Donkey Kong. Shareware.

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DOS / CHAMProgramming

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Champ Kong 1.0

The object of CHAMP Kong is to save your girlfriend from the love sick ape named Kong! You must run, jump and climb up a dangerous construction site to reunite with the girl while avoiding barrels and fireballs. Once you reach the top, Kong will grab the girl and bring her to a higher level.

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DOS / ChamProgramming Corporation

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Champ Kong 1.1

Remake of Atari's Donkey Kong. Shareware.

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Champ Kong 1.11

Remake of Atari's Donkey Kong game. Shareware.

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DOS / ChamProgramming Corporation

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Champ Ms-Pacem 1.1

Remake of Atari's Ms-Pacman game. Shareware.

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Champ Ms-Pacem 1.11

Remake of Atari's Ms-Pacman game. Shareware.

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DOS / ChamProgramming Corporation

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Champ Pac'em 1.1

Remake of Atari's Pacman game. Shareware.

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DOS / Interplay Productions, Inc

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Championship Golf: The Great Courses of the World Volume One: Pebble Beach

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DOS / Renegade Software

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Chaos Engine

Gauntlet style DOS game.

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DOS / Cheesy Software

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Cheesy Invaders 0.8c

This is a cheesy parody of one of the first video games, Space Invaders. Once again it has very silly graphics and sounds. This game uses a higher resolution (360x480 with 256 colors) and it looks pretty good! If you like this kind of game, download it!

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DOS / PSION Ltd

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Chess 1.01

Chess by Psion with Richard Lang. Really venerable, of interest for this collection.

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DOS / Not specified

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Chess 8088 2.0

My finger is sore

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DOS / PSION Ltd

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Chess by PSION 2.13

Chess by Psion with Richard Lang

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DOS / Don Berg

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Chess for DOS 2.0

Chess game for MSDOS

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DOS / Don Berg

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CHESS88 2.0

it's a strong chess simulator!!

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DOS / Software Country

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Chessmaster 2000

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DOS / Software Toolworks, Inc., The

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Chessmaster 2000 2.0

The Chessmaster 2000, a really nice strategy game sold in 1986 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Amiga, Mac, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST and Commodore 64, time to play a chess video game title.

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DOS / Software Toolworks

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ChessMaster 2100

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DOS / Software Toolworks

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ChessMaster 3000

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DOS / The Software Toolworks

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Chessmaster 3000

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DOS / Digital Café / Ralston Foods / General Mills

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Chex Quest

Chex Quest is a non-violent first-person shooter video game created in 1996 by Digital Café as a Chex cereal promotion aimed at children aged 6–9 and up.[2][3] It is a total conversion of the more violent video game Doom (specifically the Ultimate Doom version of the game)

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Chex Quest 2.0

This is the minimal amount of files (no videos) that you need to play Chex Quest. This includes Chex Quest 1 & Chex Quest 2

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DOS / Olav Frijns & Otto Steinbusch

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Chicago

An old dutch text adventure where you select words from a list (you don't type the words as you do in a regular text adventure)

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DOS / Microïds

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Chicago 90

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DOS / Not specified

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Chinasea Trader 1,0

The Dos stand alone version of Chinasea Trader, you start owning a small ship, and owing brother WU money, trade to earn money, and your freadom.

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DOS / ImagiSOFT, Inc.

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Chinese Checkers 2.4

Chinese checkers game

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DOS / Epyx Inc.

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Chips Challenge

PC version of this varied puzzle game with wide range of tasks and fun!

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DOS / Antti Piirainen

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Chopper Duel

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DOS / Electronic Arts

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Chuck Yeager's Air Combat 1.1

Air Combat: World War II / Korean War / Vietnam

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DOS / Infocom

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Circuit's Edge 1

A hybrid interactive fiction/role-playing game, Circuit's Edge (developed by Westwood Studios and released by Infocom) was based on George Alec Effinger's 1987 novel When Gravity Fails. The player assumes the role of Marîd Audran, a private detective in "The Budayeen", an entertainment / criminal quarter in a fictional Middle Eastern city, who is trying to clear his friend of a murder charge. Doing so leads Marîd deep into the criminal underworld of the Budayeen.

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DOS / Psygnosis

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City of Lost Children

THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN follows the plot of the French movie of the same name. The story centers on Miette, an orphan who lives in a local orphanage. Unfortunately, the evil pair of Siamese twins who run the home force Miette to perform various tasks for them; most of the time, the twins want her to steal things. While this may not been an ideal situation for a little girl, Miette is relatively safe. Suddenly, a dark presence appears and starts to steal children's souls and dreams. Now, Miette must find out who or what is responsible and try to find the lost children. You, as Miette, will use a point-and-click interface to solve puzzles while exploring environments that look like they were pulled from the movie. Will Miette be able to save the children? Play THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN and find out. --WORKS WELL WITHIN WINDOWS XP WITHOUT DOSBOX--

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DOS / John Isidoro

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CityRunner 1.0

CityRunner is a high speed shuttle-run style driving game. The object is to rescue the citizens in troubled buildings as fast as possible, without wrecking your extra spiffy diamond shaped police car, or running out of time.

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DOS / Sid Meier

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Civilization

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Civilization

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Civilization

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DOS / MicroProse Software, Inc.

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Civilization Master Etition

Civilization has the widest scope of any strategy game of its time. You are a leader of a nation. You begin in the Stone Age, and complete the game in the XXIth century (unless your civilization gets destroyed earlier). Your eventual goal is to become the dominant civilization in the world, either by wiping out everybody else, or being the first to get a space ship to Alpha Centauri. As the nation's leader, you have many responsibilities. You have to build cities, and then micromanage them, constructing various buildings. Most of people in your cities will be working on the neighbouring lands to get food (without it, your city won't survive or grow), production (used to build military units and buildings) and trade (which can be exchanged for money, science (see below) or luxuries that make people happy. You decide how much trade you want to invest into each of these areas.) You have to make sure that your people are in a good mood; if they get too unhappy, the city will collapse into disorder, and won't produce anything until you fix the situation. If you're ambitious, you can build Wonders of the World - epic constructions, such as the Pyramids or the Hoover Dam. Each Wonder is an unique thing, and only one of each can exist in the world. They give you a lot of benefits if you complete them, but they take a long time to build, and many of them will eventually stop working. There are other nations in the world, and there are also barbarians, so you'll have to invest into the military to protect yourself and to attack. Sure, you can sign peace treaties with other nations, and even exchange scientific knowledge with them (although sometimes they'll demand tribute from you), but eventually you'll probably have to fight. You control each of your military units on the world map, attacking your opponents' units and cities (possibly taking over them). Not all units are for combat though. Settlers are used to build cities, create roads (for easier travel of your units) and improve the land around cities, increasing production. Diplomats can be sent to foreign cities to negotiate with the other nations or create embassies, but they can also bribe enemy units to join you and conduct espionage and sabotage in the enemies' cities. Caravans can be sent to faraway cities to increase trade in their home city, and they can also help in building Wonders of the World. Scientific progress is an important part of the game. The more science your cities produce, the faster you research new technologies. Initially, you'll be finding out about the wonders of Alphabet or Bronze Working, but late in the game you'll be researching Computers and Robotics. Most technologies give you some new units, buildings and other things, although some have more interesting effects - for example, after inventing the Automobile, you'll find out that your citizens started producing pollution. Pollution is a bad thing; if there's too much of it, global warming may occur. How your cities prosper depends partially on the type of government that your nation has. Initially you're living in Despotism, but this can stunt growth of your civilization, so it's a good idea to switch to something else - Monarchy, Republic, Democracy or Communism.

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DOS / MicroProse Software, Inc

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Civilization I V475.01

Civilization is a turn based game where you build cities and compete against rival empires. This is the first version for MS-DOS (it reports its internal version number as "475.01") and is the first in the line of Civilization games. The archive contains zips of the setup files from each of two 5.25" floppy disks (sorry no disk images). There is no disk-based copy protection, but it contains a document check. See the included file "civ.unp" on how to patch the executable.

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DOS / SSI

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Clash of Steel

Covers WWII in Europe on a grand strategic scale between 1939 and 1945.

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DOS / The Concentration Company

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Classic Concentration

Based on the television program produces by Mark Goodson Productions.

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DOS / The Concentration Company

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Classic Concentration II

IBM PC version of Classic Concentration II, based on the TV gameshow.

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DOS / Infocom

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Classic Text Masterpieces of Infocom 1

An (almost) complete collection of all of Infocom's text adventures, released by Activision in 1996, lacking only Hitchhiker's Guide and Shogun (whose licenses had expired).

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DOS / Sierra Entertainment

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Codename: ICEMAN 1

Codename: ICEMAN was designed by Jim Walls who is the same guy that created Sierra’s Police Quest series. Wall’s trademark is attention to detail and realism. To play Iceman you will have to acquaint yourself with a little US Navy protocol. Not to worry, however, everything you need to learn is spelled out in the game manual (available as download). The game will also call upon your understanding of some basic scientific principles and geography. I have to admit that I actually learned while playing this game.

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DOS / Sid Meier

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Colonization

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DOS / Microsoft

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Colonization 1

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DOS / Microprose

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Colonization 1.0?

A game like Civilization, this time you conquer the new world.

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DOS / Microprose

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Colonize 1

Strategy game.

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DOS / Flames Association

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Color Lines

Old game for ANDOS (operating system for BK Elektronika computers)

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DOS / Silmarils

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Colorado n/a

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DOS / Willie Crowther/Bob Supnik/Kevin Black

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Colossal Cave Adventure 1.0

This is the Adventure you can see in the "Halt and catch fire" TV series, season 1 episodes. Originally developed by Willie Crowther for mainframe. The current version was done by Bob Supnik. IBM-PC port by Kevin Black. I added a walkthrough and the maps GIF images.

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