Old Dos Programs

From: Ron Hudson <ron.hudson_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: Sun Dec 5 09:11:26 2004

On Dec 4, 2004, at 10:10 PM, Jim Leonard wrote:

> I learned VI before I even knew what VI was thanks to Hack, the port
> done by Don Kneller in 1985. I was about 14 at the time and to this
> day I consider it my favorite game of all time. I can email it to you
> if you like, I just played it last month on my IBM Model 5150 :-)

Thanks! I have found a copy of nethack that works, and It's pretty
recent too. Is there some
difference between DOS 6.20 and DOS 6.22 with regard to COFF files? If
it would be easy to
email it, please do, even though I have the one an older version may be

Has anyone seen this: it was a 40x25 character based dungeon crawl type
game, a lot like
Gauntlet. Your icon was a happyface with a <^>v to indicate direction.
4 players each get
a set of keys (4 people crowded around 1 keyboard). I don't think it
was called gauntlet...

I had a copy once upon a time... I suppose I will have to write it :^)
my self.

> Ron Hudson wrote:
>> anyone have the DOS version of Empire, Nethack (an older version that
>> does not need dpmi),
>> I had a DOS version of tetris too (using regular characters in 40
>> char mode) so I am looking
>> for that too.
>> Any websites that provide old DOS programs for download?
>> Thanks!
> --
> Jim Leonard (trixter_at_oldskool.org)
> http://www.oldskool.org/
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> http://www.mobygames.com/
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> http://www.mindcandydvd.com/
Received on Sun Dec 05 2004 - 09:11:26 GMT

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