Ready for a blast from the past? Long before the days of Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto, there were simpler computer games that tons of people loved. Now, the Internet Archive has made over 2,000 of these MS-DOS games available to play absolutely free.
MS-DOS is an old personal computer operating system, and the games made for it will definitely have you feeling nostalgic. But, you don't need to dust off that old computer to play them. The Internet Archive has made them all available to play right through your Web browser. The people over at Internet Archive are still working out the kinks, so you might notice a bug in some of the games.
The Internet Archive's MS-DOS games are a great way to share a bit of the past with your kids and grandkids. Some of the games are even educational. The catalog includes classics like Master of Orion, SimCity and The Oregon Trail.
Note: Some of the games listed on the site are intended for mature audiences and are not appropriate for your children or grandkids.
To get started, just visit the Internet Archive's MS-DOS game page and find one you want to play. Then, all you have to do is click on it to start loading the game in your browser.