By codefenixA small collection of gameplay videos showcasing some of the better known games available for MS-DOS. Recorded in DOSBox 0.74.
Due to the longevity of DOS as a gaming platform, this collection is not comprehensive, although it will continue to grow gradually over time. Various shareware, freeware, commercial, and indie titles are represented.
There does not yet exist a standard file naming convention for emulated DOS games. The convention used for these viedos is, in most cases, the name of the main executable file of the game.
In this collection:
Alien Carnage (ACARNAGE) Bananoid Battle Chess (BCHESS) Beats of Rage Bio Menace (BMENACE) Commander Keen 1 (KEEN1) Commander Keen 4 (KEEN4) Commander Keen 6 (KEEN6) Crystal Caves (CCAVES) Digger Doom Doom II Executioners (XCUTE) Galactix Hard Hat Mack Jazz Jackrabbit Keen Dreams (KDREAMS) Prince of Persia Raptor: Call of the Shadows Round 42 Silpheed SkyRoads Spot Terra Fire Thexder Tyrian Wacky Wheels (WACKYW) Wolfenstein 3D (WOLF3D)
By AMG230Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000
Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Wet: The Sexy Empire, Lula: The Sexy Empire
Max Payne 2
Need For Speed - Porsche 2000
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
The Bluecoats: North vs South
Call of Duty 5: World at War
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
By iamclone119Digger Chan is a brand new "homebrew" game created exclusively for the classic 8-bit Sega Master System game consoles. It will be the first new game to be released on cartridge for the Master System since 1998!
Digger Chan Screen Shot 1 Digger Chan Screen Shot 2
You play as Digger Chan working for M.O.O. Milk Co, and it's your job to go around the globe fixing the milk pipelines buried deep beneath the ground. Everyone loves having fresh cool milk available on tap, and the customers get displeased when there are problems with the pipelines, cutting off their supply of milk.
Getting down to the pipelines is not an easy job, digging is exhausting with only sporadic bottles of milk available to collect and quench your thirst. As if that wasn't enough to worry about, rival milk companies have hidden deadly explosives in your path to disrupt your work!
By malarryaVisual Pinball was a mess and needed some sort of cohesion with the videos, artwork, and database. I don't want to take credit for others' hard work. The videos, wheel images and original database were all preexisting before I got a hold of them. I just attempted to make a cohesive set. In doing so, I came out with 303 that matched up rather well. These are the corresponding videos, named as the XML and Wheel Images. This is by no means a complete set of what's available for Visual Pinball. There are over a thousand tables available that are updated all the time. This core set, however, is pretty much the best of what's available. This set is designed to assist someone starting out with VP or anyone who has never taken the time to get VP fully functional.
NOTE -- PLEASE USE THE WHEEL PACK CREATED BY 32ASSASSIN and the XML database created by MALARRYA found on the HYPERSPIN Forums. You need ALL 5 PARTS of this pack.
1. The videos/artwork/XML for these games are for the DESKTOP VERSIONS of the pinball games. This means NOT FULLSCREEN tables but 3/4 VIEW tables. This is generally desirable for an upright arcade machine or TV
2. THESE ARE FOR VP 9.x.x tables. However, about a dozen or so are version 8.x.x tables which, from my testing, run fine in VP 9.x.x.
3. If you download a VP table, you'll need to RENAME it manually to the what the XML DB has. You can use the Rename ROMs tool found here on the forums or COPY from RocketLauncher and PASTE in the filename. This can be tedious but then again, there's no standard and I can't give everyone all the tables already renamed. I'm sure you may have a way that's fast for you to rename but if you need help please ask.
4. If you donate $10 to VPForums you'll get much faster download speeds and the latest tables. If you torrent the tables they will be pretty old and really a waste of time. You want the latest versions.
Please let me know if you encounter any oddities with the pack.
By dsync89This second video packs includes: 688 Attack Sub (1989).mp4 Abuse (1995).mp4 Blake Stone - Aliens of Gold (1993).mp4 Blake Stone - Planet Strike (1994).mp4 Blood (1997).mp4 Commander Keen 6 - Aliens Ate My Baby Sitter! (1991).mp4 Dune (1992).mp4 Dune 2 - The Building of a Dynasty (1992).mp4 Grand Theft Auto (1997).mp4 Grand Theft Auto (1997) [Long Ver.].mp4 Great Courts 2 (1991).mp4 Highway Fighter (1994).mp4 Highway Hunter (1995).mp4 Hocus Pocus (1994).mp4 Horror Zombies from the Crypt (1990).mp4
By dsync89My first preview release for the MS-DOS game snaps that I personally recorded and edited. Average duration is 35 seconds (30s gameplay and 5s titles). Some titles might have extended duration to better fit the transition.
This packs contains 26 videos. Files are named according to eXoDOS 2.0 database XML. Visit the forum topic here for more MS-DOS video snap request.
Video Resolution: 640x480 (480p)
Titles added in 2015/05/18 release:
Caesar 2 (1995).mp4
CD-Man Version 2.0 (1989).mp4
Cisco Heat - All American Police Car Race (1991).mp4
Commander Keen 3 - Keen Must Die! (1990).mp4
Commander Keen 4 - Secret of the Oracle (1991).mp4
Commander Keen 5 - The Armageddon Machine (1991).mp4
Crazy Cars 3 (1992).mp4
Dinopark Tycoon (1993).mp4
Earthworm Jim (1995).mp4
Jazz Jackrabbit (1994).mp4
Number Munchers (1990).mp4
Oregon Trail Deluxe, The (1992).mp4
Star Wars - Dark Forces (1995).mp4
Star Wars TIE Fighter (Collector's CD-ROM) (1995).mp4
Super Munchers - The Challenge Continues... (1991).mp4
Super Solvers Gizmos and Gadgets (1993).mp4
Super Solvers Treasure Mountain (1990).mp4
Terminal Velocity (1995).mp4
Test Drive III The Passion (1990).mp4
The Astronomy Quiz (1988).mp4
Wolfenstein 3D (1992).mp4