The next website on the list is DOS Games. The library is a bit smaller than the one you’ll find at Abandonware Games, but there are still excellent titles you can try out. Currently, DOS Games offers over 1,000 games, and you can download them in just a few steps.
As with the previous entry, you can easily navigate the site, and find a game you like using either a keyword or part of the title. The genres include FPS, action-adventure, classic, puzzle, sports, strategies, and many others.
When you select a game, you will get plenty of information like who is the developer, category, license, whether it is a single-player or multiplayer, release date, resolution, and many others.
What is interesting here is that DOS Games will allow you to play some games using your browser. The website will run an emulator, and you can start playing in just a couple of seconds. Unfortunately, you won’t get a chance to save the game while using your browser. The only way to save progress is to download the .exe file and run it from your PC.
The titles you can find include: X-Men Children of the Atom, Doom, Quake, Wolfenstein 3D, Duke Nukem 3D, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, and many others.