Back in the days before Windows 95, there was a set of games that are now long since forgotten. Games like Jazz Jackrabbit, Commander Keen, and others. Most of these games were distributed under the then radical concept of "shareware". Well, you can relive the heady days of shareware DOS games with DOSgames.com. They have a lot of the classic games, as well as some games you may never have heard of. What's that? You don't want to wrestle with DOS and it's piss-poor driver and memory management quirks? (You DO remember DOS. :) ) You don't even HAVE DOS? No worries. Check out dosbox, which is an excellent emulator for DOS and DOS games. Plus, there's no fiddling with QEMU for hours on end to try to squeeze out another 32K of memory.