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Dungeons of Noudar

Views: 2,9072014FreewareRole Playing (RPG) Daniel Monteiro
No doubt inspired by older turn-based first-person RPG games such as the SSI games, as well as perhaps more modern … VIEW

Snow White's Voyage

Views: 1,7371996SharewareSidescrolling Alive Software
Snow White's Voyage is a mostly unknown platforming / action hybrid game created by Alive Software, more well known for … VIEW

Galactix II - The Search for the Missing Orbs

Views: 1,7831991SharewareAdventure Richard L. Wright
The sequel to the original Galactix adventure game (and still nothing to do with the same-named Galactix shoot-em-up … VIEW
Tags: adventure  cga  space

Encroaching Gloom, The

Views: 2,4072018FreewareSimulation / Strategy Zack Johnson
The Encroaching Gloom is a different take on the typical ASCII-graphics Roguelike-looking strategy-ish game. Each map is … VIEW

Loonies 8192

Views: 1,6682018FreewareTetris Style Thomas Perl
Loonies 8192 is what I'll call a "modern retro" game, or maybe a throwback to the oldschool style of DOS games. Anyways, … VIEW

Spaced-Out Invaders

Views: 2,1091995FreewareSpace Shooting PLBM Games
The original Space Invaders was released by Taito in Japan and North America in 1978. Eighteen years later, Spaced-Out … VIEW

Dunjax

Views: 1,6791990SharewareSidescrolling Jeff Mather
Dunjax is not a dungeon-crawling / RPG as you might surmise from its name. Instead it is a side-scrolling run and gun … VIEW

Catacombs of Nemon, The

Views: 3,4991983FreewareAction Ron Dubren Associates
The Catacombs of Nemon is not an RPG/adventure game, as you might assume from its name. In fact in this game you play as … VIEW

Shaw's Nightmare

Views: 3,3372013Freeware3D Shooting Mickey Productions
Without a doubt, the strangest game using Ken Silverman's Build Engine that I've ever seen. Started when the author was … VIEW

Prigodi Pionerki Kseni

Views: 2,3271991FreewareSidescrolling Yuri Lesiuk
You've no doubt played the original Captain Comic. It's a classic game and early example of how DOS could handle … VIEW

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