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Download DOSBox for free. An Open Source DOS emulator to run old DOS games. DOSBox emulates a full x86 pc with sound and DOS. Its main use is to run old DOS games on platforms which don't have DOS (Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 / Linux / FreeBSD / Mac OS X). FreeDOS is an open source DOS-compatible operating system that you can use to play classic DOS games, run legacy business software, or develop embedded systems. Any program that works on MS-DOS should also run on FreeDOS. Ms dos software, free download - Active NTFS Reader for DOS, Show DOS Name, SimCity 2000 DOS, and many more programs. ClassicReload was setup for preservation of 6,000+ old retro abandonware games and abandoned OS/interfaces that you can play DOS games online right in your web browser for education and research purposes. There is just something magical about the old DOS games that just brings back memories and takes many of us back to our childhood or a time. OS X is free with the purchase of an Apple-branded computer. If you don't purchase a computer, you can purchase a retail version of the operating system.

Free DOS games, and tips on where to find more of them.

Freebies for Boxer

If you’re finished with the sample demos that come with Boxer, here are 4 more free Boxer-ready games to try. These are in Mac-only .dmg archives, so only download them if you have a Mac.

Finding free games

Here are some good websites that offer freeware and shareware DOS games:

Replacementdocs carries good-quality PDF scans of game manuals, maps and other box material for a lot of DOS games.

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These websites are not affiliated with Boxer. Please do not contact the makers of these websites for Boxer technical support.

Finding commercial games

Steam and Good Old Games rerelease many popular DOS games, along with their documentation.

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You’ll need Windows to install games from these services, but after installation you can copy the games’ folders to your Mac and play them with Boxer too.

Try Ebay and other internet auction sites for out-of-print games. It’s possible to find CD rereleases—or even mint-condition boxes—of most popular games.

Let’s maintain the convenient fiction that you won’t just google “abandonware” and avail yourself of the many websites for pirated DOS games instead.

Makin’ them purty icons

Boxer can turn any images you like into gorgeous new icons for your gameboxes.

  • For new games: Import the game and drop your image onto the game icon once it’s finished.
  • For existing games: Open the Game Inspector while playing, and drop your image onto the dropzone.

Game cover scans make great icons. You can download cover art for your games from Abandonia or Mobygames.

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  1. Empire Deluxe
4.04 / 5 - 25 votes

Description of Empire Deluxe

Empire Deluxe, a really nice strategy game sold in 1993 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Mac, time to play a historical battle (specific/exact) and world war ii video game title.

Captures and Snapshots

Screenshots from MobyGames.com

Screenshots from MobyGames.com / Platform: Windows 3.x

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Comments and reviews

Tester2020-04-030 point DOS version

As of today 2.4.2020 the game seems to be lost. Won´t start in the browser, won´t download. A pity

Jim2019-12-171 point

Is there anyway I can get my hands on a Mac version of the full Empire Deluxe game that is fully functional? I would like to install it so I don't have to use the internet when playing it. I really don't like the DOS box very much, Thanks

KC2019-11-080 point DOS version

I have played Empire, the first and original Empire, for many years way back on the Commodore 64. It was very basic, but easy to learn and always a challenge. I have just recently played the Deluxe version, and I have to say I do not understand it. If you are familiar with the original Empire, there is a production mode where you can see what each city is producing. There is also a production mode on Deluxe, but it shows nothing. Half the cities disappear, and what cities are left on the map all show an artillery symbol. I just don't get it. Maybe a manual will help, but I never needed a manual on the original Empire. Yes, maybe the graphics are better in Deluxe, but playability is far worse in my opinion.

Rajabach2014-08-222 points DOS version

I am still playing Empire Deluxe on Apple computers. I just loaded OSX 10.4.11 (Tiger), with Classic OS 9, onto my old 17' Mac G4 PowerBook. Had to tweak OS a bit at first, but it runs and I'm enjoying it again. My diskette was dated 1994.
Ottawa, Canada Aug/2014

agdbnetru2013-06-171 point DOS version

One of the first platform, based on the Board game. In fact, this is an updated version of the classic game Empire, adapted to the modern (1993) computers. The objective of the game is to capture the world using land, air and Maritime units. In the beginning you can choose the type of rules, which will be the game. Graphics are almost there, which is not surprising for the platform.

Smengi2011-05-171 point DOS version

This is THE Empire game that spawned all the rest ( AOE , AOK, Empire Earth etc. ) SImple rules , easy to learn but takes time to master.

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  • Year:1993
  • Publisher:New World Computing, Inc.
  • Developer:White Wolf Productions

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