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Last Topic: 7:23:18am, 01/04/2023
Last Post: 4:57:49pm, 03/12/2023
So how do people even play really old computer games these days that aren't on services like Steam or GOG?
With an emulator or VM?
Like I know a lot of old Sim games don't work on modern PCs.
If it's pre-windows, DOSbox is an MS-DOS emulator that will let you play most things from the mid-eighties to the early nineties. For Windows 95/98/XP games, you can run a lot of them in compatibility mode. Lots of older games also have official/unofficial compatibility patches.
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