DOS Games Archive Site Update August 9 2014

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DOS Games Archive Site Update August 9 2014

Post by Jorrit »

Since the last update the following games are added to the archive:

Apache (playable demo):
Battle Chess (non-playable demo):
Capitalism (playable demo):
Castles II: Siege and Conquest (playable demo): ... -conquest/
Dungeon Keeper (non-playable demo):
Heroes of Might and Magic II: The Succession Wars (playable demo): ... sion-wars/
Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games (playable demo): ... dly-games/
Jagged Alliance (playable demo): ... -alliance/
King's Quest: Quest for the Crown (non-playable demo): ... the-crown/
King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella (non-playable demo): ... f-rosella/
The Settlers II Gold Edition (playable demo): ... d-edition/
King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (non-playable demo): ... he-throne/
King's Quest III: To Heir is Human (non-playable demo): ... -is-human/

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DOS Games Archive Site Update August 9 2014

Post by mrjaco »

I noticed that after a certain update the site started using some external downloader programme instead of direct download links. I wonder why?

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DOS Games Archive Site Update August 9 2014

Post by emmzee » does not use a downloader program, at least not anymore, I just checked and the files download directly from their website to your computer.

As always, scan anything that you download just to be safe. Although Jorrit and I work to try to ensure that files we post on our websites are safe, we can make mistakes. You can always use a website like to check your files, and thankfully running DOSBox does provide a certain level of inherent security.
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