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If you are born between 1970 to 1990 and owned a PC, high chance you played one or two DOS based games or if you are calling yourself a gamer of that era, there must be many DOS games you played before.
Now it’s time for you to have a nostalgic with those games. Games like Golden Axe, Prince of Persia, Doom, Back to the Future, and many more nostalgic titles are ready to be played for FREE legally.
In case you are not coming from that era, you can still see and try these now-considered archaic DOS games to know how games were like, before today highly sophisticated 3D polygon and sprites came into play.
Fun fact checking: Do you even know what is DOS short for? Be honest and put on the comment section down below if you don’t know what DOS is short for.
Here they are the FREE Microsoft DOS Games!
Without further ado, here they are. You don’t need to install anything, they are playable on your modern browser.
Classic MS-DOS Games are Now Free To Play: 6000 MS DOS Games on Archive.org
Did you play any DOS games before? How do you find the games today? Is it still fun to play? Do give your comments down below on the comment section.
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