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Oleg Sobolev's ASCII DOOM

Views: 5,8991999FreewareMiscellaneous Oleg Sobolev
Oleg Sobolev's ASCII DOOM was apparently made by someone named Oleg Sobolev, although his name does not appear anywhere … VIEW

Outburst - The Game of Topics

Outburst is a board game, originally developed in 1986, that seems similar to the still-popular Family Feud game show. A … VIEW

Outfox

Outfox is a computerized version of the old "Fox and Hounds" board game, which was often played using a normal … VIEW

P-Robots

Views: 3,6041988SharewareMiscellaneous David R. Malmberg
P-Robots was inspired by the similar game C-Robots which is similar but uses the C language instead of a Pascal-like … VIEW

Pac-Gal

Views: 5,0581982FreewareClassic Al J. Jiménez
Basic Pacman-style game done with only ASCII graphics (it was made in 1982 after all). Not much to say, will be useful … VIEW

Palace of Deceit: The Secret of Castle Lockemoer

Views: 7,3151991SharewareAdventure Atomic Revolution Software
"Palace of Deceit: The Secret of Castle Lockemoer" (nice name) is a text adventure game, with one main differentiating … VIEW

Pitfall

Views: 5,8791984FreewareAction Anonymous / Unknown
Pitfall is probably the original "falling down a well" game which likely inspired other similar games like Deep and … VIEW

Pitman

Views: 3,6562004FreewarePuzzle hitchhikr SoftWorks
Pitman is an example of a simple game that works well. It's a remake of a game with a bit of a complicated history (see … VIEW

Platform Heels

Views: 3,3971991SharewareSidescrolling Ian Warmby
This text-mode platforming game has you controlling "Heels" (a robot apparently) which needs to navigate its way through … VIEW

Plebs (Ascii)

Views: 3,8201989FreewareAction Anonymous / Unknown
Plebs (with "(ASCII)" to differentiate it from the other game on DOSGames.com with the same name) is a strange text-mode … VIEW

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