Playing MS-DOS Games on a … PSP!

Did you ever dreamt about having your favorite MS-DOS games with you all the time? Imagine that you are on holiday in France enjoying the Provence sun, your wife is sunbathing beside you, your kids are playing in the pool in front of you and in a glimpse of a moment you have a nostalgic…

IPX Networking

In the early nineties, a new way of playing games was introduced: network play. It was something I have never heard of before, because at that time I was just a teenager with only my game computer in my room without any connection to the outside world. It was unthinkable to me that computers could…

Taking the Admiral PC to the next level

Hi retro addicts! Remember one of the first posts I made for this blog? It was about a little – well, pretty big – gem I got from AuronnBE, the infamous Admiral PC which came back to life again after a difficult rebirth. I didn’t want the story to end there and decided to upgrade…

Abandonware Gaming

You have to admit that one of the biggest advantages PC-software has, as opposed to console games on cartridges & protected discs, is the fact that you can copy it more easily. I don’t want to start a PC vs console kind of thing, but it’s just the way it is. It was around the…

DOS meets LAN

So now you have your precious DOS Retromachine installed with all its necessary components to begin playing the games you always wanted to; and having a lot of original Big Box Games is a plus because you can install them directly from the CD-ROM or floppy. But what about the ones you download from one…