The web sure is a big place. If you're stuck on deciding where to go, try some of these links below.
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Ultimate retro gaming forum, and also the community home of DOSBox (Very Old Games On New Systems).
Old DOS and early Windows game archive. Hosts games with source code too.
Massive archive of Macintosh (68k and PPC) games and applications.
Retro game developer.
Old games rebuilt for new computers.
Regular Youtube show reviewing old DOS games.
Youtube webshow around MS-DOS games.
Homepage for Adept Software's classic games, Jetpack, Squarez Deluxe and God of Thunder.
Article on the top games as voted by the Amiga community in 1997.
How to create a 166 MHz pentium computer with triple boot configuration.
Dedicated to preserving vintage, abandoned and pre-release software. Has a lot of OS downloads too.
The biggest free abandonware downloads collection in the universe.
Archive site for retro computer culture.
Massive collection of freeware CD rips.
32-bit C/C++ development system for Intel 80386 and up.
Extension for Windows 9x to increase compatibility with later software.
List of Apple software used in the 80s and 90s.
TCP/IP applications for PC compatible retro computers.
Small and fast IRC client designed for early IBM PCs and similar machines.
Emulates a DOS environment on modern systems for retro gaming.
AdLib sound player library for playing old games on modern Windows with proper sound.
NES emulator originally released in 1997, runs at full speed on a 486 and up.
Biggest emulation site on the Web. Older versions of this site are more light-weight to browse through.
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