Star Wars Episode I: Race...
Star Wars Episode I may divide the opinion of Star Wars fans, but the fast and furious pod...
Something is rotten in the land of the dead and it’s not just the flesh on the recen...
No One Lives Forever
Cool cat Cate Archer is completely compatible with your contemporary computer! Stylish 60&...
In video gaming history, there have been few games that can stand the test of time better than the Civilization series. Set from the dawn of humanity right up until the colonization of space, there are players who are still playing the same game of Civilization 2 they started over a decade ago. Of course, time hasn’t stood still in...Read more
Welcome to the new look Play-Old-PC-Games.com! Since our old theme was unsupported and didn’t seem to work with the latest WordPress, we went ahead and changed to this new look. We hope you all like it. Now that’s done we can concentrate on getting more content. Right now I’m sat in my den listening to my UPS chirp away, as...Read more
Star Wars Episode I may divide the opinion of Star Wars fans, but the fast and furious pod-racing scenes from the film remain a highlight. Of course, it didn’t take long before LucasArts gave us the chance to try our own hands at pod racing from the comfort of our PCs or games consoles. A long long time ago (well...Read more
Battlefield 1942 is another classic PC game that spawned a popular franchise that’s still around today. With it’s focus clearly on multiplayer and teamwork, Battlefield 1942 was an instant hit with the PC multiplayer and LAN gaming communities when it was launched back in 2002. More than ten years on, a community of dedicated fans still...Read more
America and Russia may never have been the best of friends, but few of us would have expected a full scale invasion of America by the Soviets last decade. In the world of Freedom Fighters, however, history took a few different turns. Bolstered by their swift victory over the Germans in World War 2, thanks to their development of the...Read more
American McGee Presents: Scrapland casts you in the role of D-Tritus, a robot reporter who finds himself entangled in a case of android homicide. By exploring the world of Chimera and interacting with it’s robotic residents, D-Tritus can uncover conspiracies and solve crimes to save the world of Scrapland. Starforced not to play Scrapland is ...Read more
Welcome to Play-Old-PC-Games.com!
Windows PC’s have always been at the cutting edge of games and gaming. With high definition graphics since the early nineties, huge amounts of processing power for AI and physics and all manner of amazing audio hardware, home PC’s have always dazzled gaming enthusiasts. PC games have always gone above and beyond what can be done on the games consoles that were available at the same time, for those that can afford the hardware of course.
One result of decades of cutting edge gaming is that there are now hundreds of older PC titles waiting to be rediscovered. Even if your PC is several years old or far from the cutting edge, older PC games can often be made to run perfectly, giving a new lease of life to older machines. Even older PC games can give many current games console titles a run for their money and can offer you many hours of fun.
Charity stores, car boot sales, garage sales, E-bay or even up in your attic, there are lots of places you can find older PC games really cheaply. For any PC game that shipped on a CD or DVD disc, it’s almost always possible to get it working again on a modern system, you just have to know how, and that’s where we come in! This site will show you step by step how to get some of the best old PC games working again.
So, if you’ve got an old favourite PC game or just want some bargain video gaming then don’t throw it out, work it out!