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DOSBox Staging 0.81.0 out now with new CRT shaders and lots of graphics improvements

By Liam Dawe,
DOSBox Staging is a modern continuation of DOSBox with advanced features and modern development practices, giving you the great compatibility of classic games with plenty of extras. A new release is available with DOSBox Staging 0.81.0 and it brings with it quite a number of changes to improve a whole lot of games.

DOS_deck brings DOS games to your browser with a Steam Deck interface

By Liam Dawe,
This is a fun idea for classic games. DOS_deck is a website where you can go and play some classic DOS games right in the browser with an interface much like the Steam Deck / Steam Big Picture Mode.

DOSBox Staging adds dual-mouse gaming and ReelMagic support

By Liam Dawe,
DOSBox Staging is a favourite of mine to follow that expands on the original DOSBox but with a focus on implementing new features and fixes. A new major update went out in December 2022 with some big additions.

DOSBox Staging 0.79.0 is out now

By Liam Dawe,
DOSBox Staging is a fork of the original DOSBox aimed at getting new features in faster, along with a better overall experience for users.

Classic Bethesda titles come to Steam, play them easily on Linux

By Liam Dawe,
With the Bethesda Launcher shutting down, they've begun the migration to Steam and now some of their classics have become available to download easily.

Interplay updating many classic titles on Steam to add support for Linux

By Liam Dawe,
Interplay Entertainment announced today they're updating many of their classic titles to support Linux.

Syndicate and Ultima Underworld return to GOG, get them free until September 3

By Liam Dawe,
Love your classics? I sure do! Ultima Underworld 1 & 2 plus Syndicate Plus and Syndicate Wars have returned to GOG and you can get a copy of each free.

DOSBox-X and DOSBox Staging both had new releases lately

By Liam Dawe,
Running DOS classics? Well, there's plenty of ways to choose from with multiple projects looking to speed up the development on DOSBox with both DOSBox-X and DOSBox Staging seeing new releases.

DOSBox Pure for RetroArch aims to make retro DOS gaming real easy

By Liam Dawe,
Want to play old DOS games easily on whatever Linux machine you're using? RetroArch now has a new fork named DOSBox Pure and you can give it a test now.

DOSBox Staging has a rather large new release out with 0.76.0

By Liam Dawe,
DOSBox Staging is the fork of the original emulator with an aim to modernize it and give it some more advanced features, with the latest release out now.

GOG has revived The Dark Heart of Uukrul from 1989

By Liam Dawe,
Originally released for the Apple II in 1989 and later MS-DOS, DRM-free store GOG.com have revived the first-person retro RPG, The Dark Heart of Uukrul, thanks to the power of DOSBox.

dosbox-staging, a 'soft' forking of DOSBox to work on advanced features has a first release

By Liam Dawe,
DOSBox is about to get more advanced, with the community-made 'soft' fork dosbox-staging have a first proper release out.

Boxtron, the Steam Play tool to run games through a native DOSBox on Linux has a new release

By Liam Dawe,
Boxtron is another awesome Steam Play tool! Covered here a few times now, like Proton it enables you to play games on Linux that don't have a Linux build setup on Steam only this is for DOSBox games.

Warlords I + II given the DOSBox and DRM-free treatment over on GOG

By Liam Dawe,
Sometimes a lot of newer strategy games can be a bit much, perhaps a little retro flavour is in order? Warlords I + II, two strategy titles from the 90's are now on GOG.

Boxtron, the Steam Play compatibility tool for DOSBox brings more improvements in another update

By Liam Dawe,
The Speedy Staging 0.5.3 of Boxtron is out, further improving this Steam Play compatibility tool for DOSBox gaming on Linux.

Running DOSBox games from Steam on Linux just got better with a fresh release of Boxtron for Steam Play

By Liam Dawe,
Love your classic games? Have a lot of those classics on Steam? You need to grab Boxtron, the unofficial Steam Play tool that allows you to use a native DOSBox with Steam games even if they don't have a Linux build up.

Playing DOSBox games on Steam for Linux just got better with another release of Boxtron

By Liam Dawe,
Boxtron is another Steam Play tool we briefly talked about at the beginning of this month, enabling you to play almost any DOSBox game on Steam for Linux.

Boxtron, a Steam compatibility tool to run games through a native Linux DOSBox

By Liam Dawe,
Here's something that's awesome! Thanks to the new features in the Steam client on Linux that came with Steam Play, you can add in other compatibility tools to run games through and Boxtron is one such tool.

The Lion King, Aladdin and The Jungle Book no longer available on Steam, some about to leave GOG too

By Liam Dawe,
Three classics are no longer available for sale on Steam, with nothing announced to say why. However, GOG at least have given a bit of warning that they're about to go.

GOG have given the DOSBox treatment to Superhero League of Hoboken

By Liam Dawe,
Superhero League of Hoboken, another classic game has been packaged up nicely by GOG with Superhero League of Hoboken.
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