Dungeon Keeper 2
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Doom & Doom 2
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Welcome to Play-Old-PC-Games.com!
Windows PCs 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 PCs 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!
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American humour and satire magazine MAD has been entertaining readers since the 1950s. In 1999, Brøderbund/The Learning Company decided loyal readers deserved some shelf space back in their houses and so released Totally Mad, a whopping seven CD-ROM set collecting the magazine’s content from issue 1 through 376, plus over 100 Mad Specials inc...Read more
If the only question you ever thought was hard was “Do I like Kirk or do I like Picard?” then the 1994 film Star Trek – Generations would definitely have had you firing your photons. At least until you went to see it of course, as perhaps predictably the movie was quite mediocre. While you can still easily watch the...Read more
Over on Top-Windows-Tutorials.com we’ve just added a whole set of tutorials for installing VMware, creating a Windows XP virtual machine and installing a game on the virtual machine. For those of you who aren’t familiar, virtual machine software allows you to run a simulated or virtual computer on top of your existing operating system. ...Read more
Those giant futuristic monster truck/buggy hybrids are back again in Rollcage Stage 2. We covered the first Rollcage game back in February and found it worked great on our Windows 7 and Windows 8 machines, bar some issues with configuring controllers. Due to a decision that could only have been made by men in suits sat around a board room...Read more
Kids these days eh? Actually no, let’s not do that again. Back in June we covered Lego Racers 2 and found that it worked pretty well on modern PCs. This time we’re taking a look at the first game. Just like the sequel, this game will let kids of any age race Lego karts around various themed circuits, out driving...Read more