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Mar 26, 2021 Microsoft Corporation
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Compact pre-installed Windows 95 hard disk image and AUTOEXEC.BAT file packaged for DOSBox , which runs in the browser thanks to hard work of contributors to Em-DOSBox , DOSBox , Emscripten , and web browser engines. This was originally hosted at win95.ajf.me , a site created by myself in May 2015, and inspired by the Internet Archive's DOS game emulation efforts (and using the same tech). Now it's on the Internet Archive itself. You can still go to that site if you want to know more about how...
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Topics: MS-DOS, Windows 95, Windows, PC, Operating System
Windows 3 Laboratory
May 19, 2015 S & M Software
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The disk for Bip Bop III, which also included Bip Bop I and a screensaver. In order to play: list the directories with dir , then type cd followed by a space and the directory you want ( BIPBOP1 , BIPBOP3 or S&MFX ). Within the directory, you can then run the game by typing its name ( BIPBOP1 , BIPBOP3 or S&MFX ). Stuart Riffle, the original author, has given permission for the game to be redistributed as freeware. This game was recovered by Ross Scott:...
Topics: MS-DOS, PC, game
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
May 19, 2015 S&M Software
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A Breakout clone in which you bounced the ball to eradicate in order, squares with Roman numerals on them. The action is spread over 20 levels and there are many special blocks to hit. Developed by S&M; Software Platform DOS Released 1993 Genre Action Gameplay Paddle / Pong Description A Breakout clone in which you bounced the ball to eradicate in order, squares with Roman numerals on them. The action is spread over 20 levels and there are many special blocks to hit. From Mobygames.com....
Topics: MS-DOS, PC, game