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Scripting languages and interpreters for DOS
Micropython ad-hoc module for FreeDos
buffered input handling. Last chapter contains full source code of a Break Out game on DOS.
Open source DOS libraries
A framework for making 2D DOS games in Lua
VGA/hardware library, Assembly (TASM Ideal mode) 386 real-mode, and Turbo Pascal
Homebrew games with source code
DOS Defender (Ludum Dare #31)
A first person dungeon-crawler for DOS, written in C++, using software rendering and fixed point math
Floppy Bird (OS)
Official NetHack Git Repository
A puzzle game for MS-DOS.
Towers of Hanoi - MS DOS version
A pong game that runs on bare metal PCs or DOS (so called "PC-BOOTER")
DOSBox ported to Emscripten to embed DOSBox into HTML5. However, the original executable is also downloadable and buildable with Open Watcom.
Freeware games with source code
Commercial games with published source code
Catacomb source code
Catacomb 3D source code
Keen Dreams on Greenlight!
Descent (1995) by Parallax Software Corp.
Descent II (1996) by Parallax Software Corp.
DOOM Open Source Release
GPL release of Hovertank 3D source code.
Quake GPL Source Release
Rise of the Triad: Dark War (1994) by Apogee Software, Ltd.
The original open source release of Wolfenstein 3D