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Back in November 2014, The Internet Archive brought over 900 classic video games to the public via its web site. It was a nostalgic moment for many who lived between 1976 and 1988 and got to play fantastic arcade games, nowadays with the use of an in-browser game emulator. Good thing Archive.org has not stopped there.

Earlier today, The Internet Archive made available a collection of 2000+ MS-DOS computer games using the EM-DOSBOX in-browser emulator. Among the many fantastic games fans new to this generation of titles may want to play: Prince of Persia, King’s Quest, Sim City, Street Fighter, and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? (a game I used to play during lunch time in the library while in high school).

It’s a great collection of electronic history that should not be ignored by all gamers.

[Source]: The Internet Archive: Software Library: MS-DOS Games.

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