Live Game CD

By now folks realise I’m into free stuff. I was looking around some of the social networking sites I frequent when I found this little gem. It’s a live CD with old DOS games for the PC. So why am I writing about it here? Simple answer… It works better on Intel Macs than it does on PCs. Well, at least it does on the machines I use. ūüėČ

The CD contains a whopping 40MB of games. Back in the day, that was a lot. Since it’s a live CD any games saved will only be saved for that session.

The system is a Linux system and emulates DOS with DOSEmu. There are about 10 public domain and freeware games including Doom and Heretic.

To find out more about the CD surf over to The only thing is a blank CD and knowledge on how to burn an ISO image.

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About the Author


Mike Pfaiffer was President of A.P.P.L.E. and also the president of Digital Civilization magazine, a monthly UNIX magaine. Mike wrote a number of articles for A.P.P.L.E. and sadly passed away 19 July 2013 at age 54.