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DOS / Maxis

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Simfarm DOS

http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/simfarm This is DOS version.(2EA of 3.5" 720KB Floppy Image)

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Windows 3.x / Maxis

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SimFarm for Windows 3.x

SimFarm by Maxis. This version is specifically for Windows 3.x and will not work in MSDOS. The ZIP file contains the two floppy images in IMZ format.

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Windows 9x/ME / Maxis

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simhealth

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DOS / Maxis

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SimHealth

SimHealth: The National Health Care Simulation, released by Maxis in 1994, is a management simulation of the U.S. Healthcare system produced with assistance from the Markle Foundation. It was produced only for DOS.

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Windows 9x/ME / Maxis

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SimIsle: Missions in the Rainforest

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Windows 3.x / Maxis

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SimLife 1.0

Lets you populate a world with plants and animals. 3x 720 KB floppies

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DOS / Maxis

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Simlife unknown

This is the Simlife Install images.

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Windows 3.x / Maxis

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SimPark

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Windows 9x/ME / Maxis

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simtower

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Windows 3.x / Maxis

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SimTower

SimTower: The Vertical Empire is a construction and management simulation video game developed by OpenBook Co., Ltd. and published by Maxis for the Microsoft Windows and Macintosh System 7 operating systems in November 1994.

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Windows 9x/ME / Maxis

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SimTower 1.0

SimTower: The Vertical Empire is a construction and management simulation computer game which was developed by OPeNBooK Co., Ltd. and published by Maxis in 1994. As the name suggests, the objective is to construct and manage a towering skyscraper and keep its occupants happy.

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Windows 3.x / Maxis

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Simtown 16-Bit

Simtown town simulation game. This is the version for Windows 3.1.

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Windows 9x/ME / Maxis

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Simtown 32-Bit

Simtown town simulation game. This is the 32-bit version for Windows 9x/ME.

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Windows 3.x / Maxis

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SimTunes

Music-making game from Maxis.

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Windows 3.x / Microsoft

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Ski Free 1.0.1

SKI Free 1.0.1

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DOS / Electronic Arts

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Ski or Die

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DOS / Bluemoon

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Skyroads

This game can only be run in MSDOS. This game can be run in Windows via DOSBOX

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DOS / BlueMoon Software

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Skyroads

Clear the obstacles and get to the exit!

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Windows 3.x / Not specified

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SKYROADS 3-D

-There IS a solution for every stage! There are NO bugs! Computer: IBM PC/AT or compatible Operating system: MS-DOS 3.0 or higher Memory requirement: 520 kB Video adapter: VGA or EGA Control devices: Keyboard/Joystick/Mouse Music: AdLib Music Synthesizer Card or compatibles Sound Effects: Sound Blaster/PC speaker

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DOS / BlueMoon Software

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SkyRoads Xmas Special

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Windows 3.x / Robert Epps

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Slam! 1.0

An Air Hockey game. It's so simple, but it's really funny!

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DOS / Gremlin Interactive

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Slipstream 5000

3D racing game for DOS

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DOS / John Carmack / SoftDisk, Inc.

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SLORDAX: The Unknown Enemy 1.0

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Windows 3.x / Brett Mc Donald

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Slot 0.3

A simple slot-machine game for Windows 3.x. You can change your bet to earn more money.

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DOS / Infogrames

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Smurfs 1.0

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DOS / FIFA International

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Soccer 94

Should be multilanguage. Doesn't work on most emulators or Windows, though.

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DOS / Not specified

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Socrates Chess 3.0

A strong DOS chess program, configurable.

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DOS / Spectrum HoloByte

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Sokoban (Soko-Ban)

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DOS / Epic MegaGames

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Solar Winds 1 + 2

A top-down adventure Space game. You are Jake Stone, a bounty hunter/mercenary, who in the process of completing missions, discovers a conspiracy afoot in the galaxy.

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DOS / Sun

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Solaris PPC 2.5.1

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Windows 9x/ME / Interplay Productions

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Solitaire Deluxe

Solitaire Deluxe is a greatly updated version of Solitaire Royale. Designed for Windows 95 and above, this solitaire collection contains 24 different games, ranging from popular games such as Golf and Klondike, to lesser-known games such as Calculation, Forty Thieves, Four Corners, Draw, and Upside-Down Pyramid. Released on CD-ROM, the game offers excellent bells & whistles, including 24 different decks and backgrounds. In addition, the game boasts a high degree of customizability: you can change rules of most games to your liking, and even install add-on modules (none released, unfortunately) to add in more games and graphics

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DOS / Unknown/generic

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Some old utilities

Драйвер для мышки, руссификатор, замедлитель, поддержка звуковухи а также взломщик для множества старых игр

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Windows XP / Sega

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Sonic & Knuckles Collection 1

No CD version: Run Editor.EXE , select Debug, and disable CD Check.

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Windows 9x/ME / Sega

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Sonic 3D Blast Demo DEMO

Sonic 3D Blast Demo.

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DOS / Infocom

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Sorcerer Release 15

SORCERER, the second of a spellbinding fantasy series in the tradition of ZORK, takes you on a magical tour through the darker side of Zorkian enchantment. Your journey begins with a cryptic diary - the last trace of the now-vanished Belboz the Necromancer, grand and powerful leader of the Guild of Enchanters. It is feared that Belboz is in thrall to evil sorcery. If so, the very existence of the Circle of Enchanters could be forfeit. To rescue the kingdom and locate your mentor in the treacherous mists of time, you must gain the power and cunning of a true Sorcerer.

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DOS / ReadySoft Incorporated

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Space Ace

In early 1990s, Readysoft released a number of animated action games that became instant hits on the Laserdisc platform, although their PC counterparts suffered poor sales in comparison. This is by no means surprising: although these games boast very high production values and excellent animations which are created by Don Bluth Studios, their value as a game is sorely lacking. These game are little more than PC version of "choose-your-own-adventure" books, in which gameplay is boiled down to choosing an action from multiple choices. PC versions are, naturally, cut-down versions from Laserdisc originals, with many sequences missing altogether. It wasn't until the advent of CD-ROM that Readysoft (now sold to Digital Leisure) started making "deluxe" version of these games and put them on CD-ROM and later DVD. Treat the games as fun and humorous computer cartoons, but don't expect them to be involving games. If you like any of these disk-based versions, check out the deluxe DVD/CD-ROM versions at Digital Leisure's products page. Excerpt from Rob's original review at CW#3: "PC conversion of Don Bluth's classic Laserdisc arcade game. Space Ace lives from the same premise and problems as the related Dragon's Lair games. It has great graphics and animations for its time but suffers from short and very simplistic gameplay. The plot: The evil commander Borf has kidnapped Ace's girlfriend, the beautiful Kimberley, and is plotting to enslave the Earth using his dreaded "Infanto Ray", a weapon that changes everyone it blasts into a helpless baby. Armed with only a laser gun, Ace must find and destroy the Infanto Ray, rescue Kimberley and save the Earth." Review by HOTUD

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DOS / Not specified

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Space Commander

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DOS / Columbia Data Products

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Space Commanders 1.0

An early PC based game similar to Space Invaders. Appears to need slowing down.

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DOS / ajf

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Space Commanders II

Space Invaders clone

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DOS / Electronic Arts

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Space Hulk

DOS strategy game. Install disk copy.

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DOS / Paul S. Reid

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Space Invaders

Original Space Invaders

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DOS / Not specified

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Space Invaders

Released in 1978 by Taito, Space Invaders is one of the first and most well-known of modern computer games. Its popularity increased by leaps and bounds in the following few years after its initial release, when the game spread from Japan to invade the USA (published, under the same name, in the US by Midway). Space Invaders' popularity only continued to rise as its addictive gameplay started to infect the rest of the computer-gaming world. Rumor has it that the arcade version was such a big hit in its native country, Japan, that it caused a coin shortage. This lead to an unprecedented first in arcade gaming's history - the country's coin supply had to be quadrupled! Space Invaders' gameplay is deceptively simple. Your mission: To defeat ever massing waves of alien invaders, by controlling a small spaceship at the bottom of the screen, heavily outnumbered and shielded by only a few, destructible bases. In each stage there are five rows of invaders. As they move back and forth across the screen, gradually descending upon you with each sweep - one step closer with every change of direction - they start to move faster and faster. After a certain number of the invaders are destroyed, the rest also begin to move with increasing speed. Apart from moving, they also fire projectiles from time to time to make your life harder. But you are not entirely defenseless... You can protect your ship by hiding under one of the protective shields, but these - as mentioned - are destructible and after a time they will perish. One bad thing about these shields is that the aliens aren't the only ones who can make a hole in them - your shots will also create a tunnel through your protective bases! So be warned that, even though it can be useful to burrow through your bases, from which to shoot (having afforded some protection from alien projectiles), it can also lead to an easy invasion for the invaders as, "all your bases are belong to us!" Each and every successive stage becomes a little harder. Your shields and bases do not get repaired and the speed at which the invaders descend gradually increases. Sometimes another invading space ship appears and flies across the top of the screen - this one is different, however: it disappears at the edge of the screen rather than bouncing back like the standard waves and, should you destroy it, it gives you extra points. It is not as easy to destroy as the regular ships - especially when a lot of other aliens are still alive and slowly making their way down the screen. You should remember that only one of your projectiles can be on the screen at any one time, so if your shot doesn't hit its target you will not be able to shoot again until it leaves the screen - as though the shot goes wide of its mark, instead firing off into distant space. There isn't much to say about the game's technical detail. In 1978, graphics and sound weren't as important as the gameplay (unlike a lot of the games today) and contemporary hardware was, as always, a major limiting factor. The game looks as it does and always has - basic, elegant, and minimal - and the only sounds you will hear are the gunshots and explosions, and an alert when the lone alien spaceship zips its way across the top of the screen. The graphics and sound remain true to the original arcade classic, which is great. Instead of the clunky PC speaker effects, that many versions of this essential part of any retro-gamer's collection retain, we have Adlib quality sound. The increasing rhythm of the invader's approach adds a lot of atmosphere to the game and, even if the sound-effects are very simple - without these sounds, the game just wouldn't be the same. Controls are unchangeable and are not what you'd traditionally expect in this type of game: Left CTRL = Move left Left ALT = Move right Right SHIFT = Fire! Esc = Quit

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DOS / Paul S. Reid

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Space Invaders 1.1

Game + source code(ASM)

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DOS / Sierra Entertainment

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Space Quest

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DOS / Sierra Entertainment

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Space Quest 2 - Vohaul's Revenge

One of the greatest Adventure games from the 80's... Have fun!

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DOS / Sierra

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Space Quest 2 - Vohaul's Revenge

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DOS / Sierra Entertainment

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Space Quest 3 - The Pirates of Pestulon

The third episode of a great adventure series. Have fun playing this game and solving the funny puzzles...

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