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Here Goes Over 2300 MS-DOS Games To Play On Your Web Browser

Most of us are just getting back into the swing of things after a relaxing holidays away from the workplace or school. You’re probably thinking “I’m going to start off 2015 with a bang and be very productive” to yourself, and are making all the necessary preparations to begin the year with lots of momentum. Well, unfortunately for you, that momentum is getting ready to come to a screeching halt, thanks to our pals at The Internet Archive.

It was only last November that they slaughtered the productivity of workplaces around the world, and graced us with over 900 arcade classics, all playable through our web browsers. Now they’ve offered us yet another means of wasting our office days away: a library of over 2300 classic MS-DOS games. I’m talking the works here ladies and gentlemen– everything from Frogger, to Metal Gear, to Duke Nukem 3D. Go ahead, give a game or two a shot for yourself by clicking right here.

 

 

 

Oh! I was totally suppose to finish this article, but I got sidetracked in a session of Bust-A-Move when I shared that link with you guys. Damn you nostalgic, addictive, easily consumable, fun, browser-based video game content. For you have obstructed my productivity once again, and for this reason, may the devil leave your soul.

[HT: Internet Archive]

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Comments

  1. Lisa says:

    So far anything I want to play is still stream only. But still neat though.