GOG have rescued another classic game, this time it's Death Gate and it comes with a Linux version wrapped up with DOSBox.
GOG have revived some more classic games today as they have released Epic Pinball: The Complete Collection and Jazz Jackrabbit Collection which have Linux support.
Thanks to the magic of DOSBox, Earthworm Jim 1 & 2 are now available for Linux direct from game store GOG.
Here's a pretty fun classic! GOG have released Alien Rampage from 1996 and it comes with a Linux version thanks to DOSBox.
Pizza Connection (also known as Pizza Tycoon) was released on GOG thanks to DOSBox back in January, now Steam has this classic for Linux gamers too.
Following on from the hints about Dark Forces getting the Linux version on Steam, it seems like STAR WARS: Rebel Assault I + II will also see their DOSBox wrapped versions have Linux support on Steam.
GOG have revived another set of classic games today as the platformer series The Humans joins their shelves. The Humans Bundle contains Humans 1-3!
For the Star Wars fans who don't already have STAR WARS: Dark Forces on GOG, you might be pleased to know that it looks like the DOSBox version for Linux will also make its way onto Steam.
Linux gamers can now easily play the classic fighting game 'Pray for Death', as GOG have packaged it up with DOSBox.
GOG have revived two more classic games for Linux, as Castles 1 & 2 now have Linux versions bundled with DOSBox.
GOG adds the classic strategy game 'Constructor' with Linux support thanks to DOSBox, it's free until tomorrow
The classic strategy game 'Constructor' is now on GOG with Linux support thanks to DOSBox and it's free until tomorrow too.
Lost Eden, a classic from 1995 has been released on GOG and it has Linux support right away thanks to DOSBox.
Thanks to GOG and DOSBox, Linux gamers can enjoy the classic crazy racing game Ignition, which originally released in 1997.
I am a Pizza addict and now I think I finally realize why. I played a lot of Pizza Tycoon when I was younger and I think it had an effect on me. It's now available on GOG with Linux support.
'Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back', a platformer from 1992 that was originally released for the Amiga, but now it has a Linux version on GOG.
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