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 Posted: Jun 26 2011, 09:04 AM
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 Posted: Jun 27 2011, 06:18 PM
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Nice list there Redman...i've played a few of those before.... like Nexuis..Tremulous..Counterstrike..Wolfenstein.. smile.gif

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 Posted: Jun 27 2011, 10:34 PM
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I've been sorting out all my old Doom era games, Doom1/2, Duke3D, Hexen/Heretic, Strife, Blood

Been trying out the other Dos emulator (Dosemu tongue.gif) Seems much faster than Dosbox, but requires a bit more configuring, the one bonus tho is you can install a real dos (I'm using DR-DOS 7.03 Free for personal use) as i was having some crash bugs with the provided FreeDos.

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