The Internet Archive just dumped nearly 2,400 old MS-DOS video games into an easy-to-navigate repository. Every single one of the games is free to play in your browser. Some of the games are classics. Some of them are hilariously obscure. And some of them are porn—which is something you probably didn't realize existed on MS-DOS.
The first thing you'll notice when you dive into the new MS-DOS game library is just how impossibly large it seems. It's got everything! Street Fighter II? Yup. Sim City? Uh huh. Duke Nukem 3D? Of course! The new additions build on previous Internet Archive projects that brought hundreds of arcade games and loads of free software to the web.
For the sake of your busy schedule, we've selected some of our favorites from the new archive—which also pulls from existing archives like Moby Games. Again, all of them are free to play in your browser. And again, some of them are porn. [Washington Post]
No idea how fun this one is, but Harrison Ford's face is staring at you for the majority of the game. [Play here]
It hasn't changed a bit since it came out in 1992. [Play here]
It's a bummer that Part II's not available but this will do. [Play here]
They couldn't not have Oregon Trail, am I right? [Play here]
This one is also just as classic now as it was when you were in school. [Play here]
This descriptively titled game is text-based, so you'll need to have a good imagination. [Play here]
This descriptively titled game is definitely not text-based, so NSFW. [Play here]