Been playing a lot of DOS games lately. Got into the Quest For Glory series http://www.abandonia.com/en/games/174/Quest+for+Glory+-+So+You+Want+To+Be+A+Hero+VGA.html http://www.agdinteractive.com/games/qfg2/homepage/homepage.html http://www.abandonia.com/en/games/178/Quest+for+Glory+III+-+Wages+of+War.html http://www.abandonia.com/en/games/26923/Quest+for+Glory+IV+-+Shadows+of+Darkness.html Awesome games. Gone through 1-3, going to start 4 when I have a chance. A while back I beat Kings Quest 6, I'd like to try the others, but from what I understand the 6th was the best. http://www.gameswin.biz/gameen.php?id=111 Of course Police Quest 3 & 4. http://www.myabandonware.com/game/police-quest-3-the-kindred-1b9 http://snesorama.us/board/showthread.php?t=55547 Also went through the first two Broken Sword games (which were actually quite difficult). I got updated versions on sale through Steam, although here are a couple downloads. http://www.gameswin.biz/gameen.php?id=302 http://www.gameswin.biz/gameen.php?id=303 Also, Leisure Suit Larry. 6 is a good point and click one. There are also the older typing versions out there (think 1, 2, 3, and maybe 5), but I'm not crazy about that type. http://www.gameswin.biz/gameen.php?id=122 And one of my favorites Full Throttle. http://www.gameswin.biz/gameen.php?id=82 Anyway, I figure I'd start an old school DOS game thread. If you want to play some old dos games, you can download DOSBOX, which is a DOS emulator. http://www.dosbox.com/ There's also something called http://www.scummvm.org/ that works for most of the old Sierra games and others.