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Is that time again! Do you miss the good old pc games? We was having fun with it. After Crytek's Crysis changed the gaming world. Here is the sites you can get free, old, abandoned by Game Dev!

Sponsored By AMD (this is joke ofc)

My Abandonware : My Abandonware was created in February 2009 as a revival of oldware.net. Over the years, thousands of games have been added to the site. We want to create the best video game museum on the web and let everyone around the world enjoy the incredible amount of great software created in the 80s and 90s. Go To Site

WinWorld : WinWorld is an online museum dedicated to the preservation and sharing of vintage, abandoned, and pre-release software. We offer information, media and downloads for a wide variety of computers and operating systems. Go To Site

Abandonia : Abandonia is an index of abandonware “dedicated to classic DOS games.” Abandonware titles are games (or software) with expired copyright, or games which are no longer supported by the publisher. Go To Site

RGB Classic Games : RGB Classic Games features a wide range of classic DOS games, previously unreleased titles, and even some “modern” DOS titles. The entire site is “dedicated to preserving classic games for defunct PC operating systems” such as DOS, CP/M-86, OS/2, Win16, and Win9x, as well as making them easier to play on modern systems. Go To Site

Games Nostalgia : GamesNostalgia is website entirely dedicated to retrogaming, abandonware and the old good classic games of the past. Browse them by genre, year, platform or developer and download them for free. Go To Site

Archive.org's Software Library Section : Archive.org is the website that has all things in it. Old programs, lost musics, Tech Mags etc. They're popular due to Software Library Section. It's has old Softwares and Games. Go To Site

GOG (Good Ol' Games) : Founded by CD Projekt Red (yeah Witcher and Cyberpunk guys) and long as you have money, they have games. Also it's DRM FREE! Go To Site

Dosgames.com *NEW* : This website was founded in January 1999 and since then has provided an archive of free (shareware, freeware, etc) games for the MS-DOS platform. Nowadays DOSBox provides an easy way to play these games on modern computers. Go To Site

Sponsored By Microsoft Windows (joke again)

Happy Gaming!