Fighting Games For PC Archives

Fighting Games For PC Archives

Fighting Games For PC Archives

Fighting Games For PC Archives

Adult adventure game
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Topics: QBasic games, Vintage computer games, Adventure games

Bent on Humankind's extermination, a powerful fellowship of alien races known as the Covenant is wiping out Earth's fledgling interstellar empire. You and the other surviving defenders of a devastated colony-world make a desperate attempt to lure the alien fleet away from Earth. Shot down and marooned on the ancient ring-world Halo, you begin a guerrilla-war against the Covenant. Fight for humanity against an alien onslaught as you race to uncover the mysteries of Halo.
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Topics: Windows games, Vintage computer games, Action games

"The best selling game of 1994! Doom is the ultimate 3D adventure, brining virtual reality and multi-player action to your PC. Doom includes 9 levels of the most incredible 3D action and superb graphics you will ever experience! A far-off moonbase sets the stage as you, the only remaining marine, battle demons, mutant humans, and horrors from the bowels of the universe, to save yourself and the world. Bullet proof armor, night vision goggles and radiation suits are our protection against a...
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Topics: DOS games, Vintage computer games, Action games

Exceeding even their own legendary high standardss, id have created a unique masterwork of mesmeric brilliance - Quake. Amazing gameplay, gorgeous graphics, the greatest, slickest multiplayer scheme ever developed and amazing sound effects combine to provide the ultimate, indispensible gaming experience. Quake features an all-new state of the art 3D engine, id's first fully developed title since DOOM II. Experience the Quake phenomenon at first hand - you will not be disappointed.
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Topics: DOS games, Vintage computer games, Action games

Need for Speed (NFS) is back and faster than ever in Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2! Engage in the next generation thrill of arcade racing with the spiritual successor to the highly acclaimed, award winning Need For Speed III Hot Pursuit. Drafting on its award-winning legacy, Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2 stays true to the heritage of housing a stable of exclusive and exotic cars from the world's most coveted licensors including Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini... to name a few.  Become the...
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Topics: Windows games, Vintage computer games, Simulation games

The Queen of Fighters" is a M.U.G.E.N. fighting game in which popular female anime and videogame characters fight against each other in the nude. So if you ever wanted to see Sailor Moon, Ranma, Sakura, Felicia or Rogue fighting naked, this game is for you... If you don't care about that kind of stuff you still get a great beat'em up game with a fantastic roster (there are about 100 playable characters) and a great variety of moves you can perform, several 1-player and 2-player modes, as...
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Topics: Windows games, Vintage computer games, Action games

This is an adult adventure game. It's about Johnny's return to Soho Hotel to meet the people he knew on Parts I and Interlude I. It all goes good, but Johnny gets involved in a mystery. I released a very early demo in September 2000 which got reviewed at VPlanet. It has an award: QB Gamming Gold 2001, best babe: Sandra. It was only a taste of how it is now. Parts 3 & 4 are still to come, so enjoy these :)
Topics: QBasic games, Vintage computer games, Adventure games

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2,500 free DOS games added to Internet Archive's web player

It’s the Internet Archive’s mission to preserve as much of the internet as possible in a monolithic digital library in order for both researchers and the general public to have free access to the wealth of knowledge and other miscellany found online.

One neat byproduct of this is the preservation of MS-DOS based games, with the current collection weighing in at just under 7,000 titles, thanks to the recent addition of another 2,500 games. And who doesn't love free games?

Thousands of games

As is the case with all other material found on the Internet Archive, these titles are free to access and play due to the legal nature of the not-for-profit archiving organization. 

Of the fresh 2,500 titles, we’ve listed some of the more popular games below, which join the likes of Pac-Man, Prince of Persia, Oregon Trail, and SimCity.

  • Street Fighter II 
  • WipEout 
  • The Secret of Monkey Island 
  • Night Trap 
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator 
  • Loom 
  • The Elder Scrolls - Daggerfall 
  • The Need for Speed 
  • Descent 
  • Ultima Underworld 1 & 2

You can browse the titles by searching for them directly in the Internet Archive's Software Library or sort them by the date they were archived, their title, name of the creator, or number of views each game has. 

Although you can't download the games themselves, they can be run in-browser via the provided DOSBOX emulator, either scaling to fit your browser window or expanding to full screen, and can be played with or without sound.

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15 addictive video game picks from the Internet Archive’s new arcade

Kiss your productivity goodbye, and kiss your sense of nostalgia hello with these classics of the video arcade, thanks to the Internet Archive.

By Jon Gold, Senior Writer, Network World|

No quarter given! (Nor any required.)

Yes, it’s true – the Internet Archive, stalwart home of the Wayback Machine, now has a special section for the video games of yesteryear, in the Internet Arcade. There are 902 titles available, according to the site, running on a specialized Java emulator known as JSMAME. While not all of them are working quite right yet, there’s already an impressive selection available for you to play right in your browser window. Here are some of the highlights.


The game that did possibly more than, well, Breakout to popularize the breakout formula is first on the list. Given the difficulty standards of the era, this is an unsurprisingly tricky version of the age-old brick-breaker, with the ball speeding unforgivingly past the ends of your small paddle. (Also, did you know there was a plot? I didn’t know there was a plot.) Obviously, the breakout action is fun, but there are plenty of slicker, slightly more forgiving options available online.


This one has some engaging Frogger-esque action, set to jaunty can-can music. Unfortunately, it’s handicapped a bit by finicky controls and yes I did include this solely based on the name, which I am choosing to pronounce “ZIZZ-ix.”


I’m trying to hit at least a few lesser-known titles here, but I couldn’t in good conscience leave Galaga off of the list. Chances are, you already know whether you like it or not, but on the off chance, this is the evolved, more frenetic version of Space Invaders. Beware, your co-workers will almost certainly notice your maniacal mashing of the control key.

Golden Axe

The side-scrolling brawler stuck with us long after the arcade’s heyday was over, and Golden Axe is part of the reason why. I have zero idea what the story here is, but there’s apparently a village on the back of a giant turtle, and the bad guy’s name is Death Adder. Work your way through waves of sprite-art baddies as one of the three fantasy archetypes, including hyper-buff guy, scantily clad woman, and axe-wielding dwarf.

Yie Ar Kung Fu

Speaking of fighting games, this curious little entry has some elements reminiscent of Kung-Fu Master and Karate Champ. Lots of high-jumping action, with a wide variety of possible moves make this a worthy time-waster.


Admit it, you saw this movie, and then you got excited when you saw this game in the arcade. It’s an arcade game about a movie about a guy who’s good at arcade games getting sucked into a computer and having to play arcade games. Kind of. Be warned, the default controls are kind of a mess.


I mean, obviously. Unfortunately, Pac-Man doesn’t really work right on a PC – it’s functional and everything, but the whole idea was always to rack up as many points as possible on a single quarter. Playing it on your computer, with unlimited continues, seems like it defeats the purpose.


Paperboy is a sadistic, cruel game. It’s like an early entrée into the working world for impressionable kids: GET BLAMED! For stuff that isn’t your fault! CRASH! Into negligent commuters! If I ever have a kid that says “gee, Dad, I want to play a game that will get me used to throwing up my hands at the unfairness of the world,” I’ll let him or her play Paperboy.

Street Fighter II

OK, yes, it’s still around in one of its innumerable modern guises. Which, yes, means you could probably have a more satisfying experience than one that requires bashing away at awkward keyboard controls. But it’s Street Fighter II – the first fighting game that I can remember causing competitive young nerds to nearly come to real-life blows.

Great Swordsman

An absorbing little game of cut and thrust, across three different styles of swordsmanship. It’s a little bit like recent (albeit retro) indie darling Nidhogg, with the simplified, yet complex interrelation of high, medium and low lines in fencing. It’s not an all-time classic by any means, but just try not to enjoy the ending bit where the loser gets poked in the head by a flying foil.

Space Harrier

There’s some proto-Star Fox DNA in Space Harrier, a kinetic rail shooter with engaging, if not terribly inventive action. Personally, I’m curious about what kind of invisible jetpack this guy has, where he can run as fast as he flies. I suppose it’s not really important. Some good elements, but it’s not particularly challenging.

Burger Time

If you don’t get a little nostalgic when you hear the jaunty music from Burger Time, you might want to have a doctor look at your nostalgia bone. Nothing quite like the noble quest of a burger chef to walk all over his food and tame unruly ingredients with pepper. It’s addictive, tricky and fun.

Bull Fight

Ah, a light-hearted take on the barbaric “sport” of bullfighting. This actually comes off pretty well, since the graphics aren’t very good, the gameplay is tricky, and there’s a satisfyingly lengthy mauling animation for when you screw up. Think of it as a prequel to Burger Time.

Green Beret

I knew this one primarily as a console title (Get it? Rush ‘n Attack?), but this pre-Contra side-scrolling shooter retains much of the finicky hit detection and frenetic pace of the 1987 classic without the lurid, overpowered weapons and weird alien foes. Just go find a Flash port of Contra, really.

Out Run

OK, this version might not be the best one out there, but just think – would we have ever gotten Final Lap without Out Run? Or F-Zero? Or, for heaven’s sake, Crazy Taxi? I think not! Kudos, Out Run. Kudos.

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