Running old PC games on 'DX-Demo' prototype board





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Published on Dec 20, 2009

Introducing the 'DX-Demo' legacy hardware demonstrator developed by Mace Engineering Group P/L (Australia).

This is the first video in a series of demos, to illustrate the level of 'PC-compatibility of the DX-Demo system prototype. In this video, we attempt to boot Microsoft MS-DOS 6.22 and run the following early (freeware) game titles:

Alley Cat (Synapse software)
Bruce Lee (Datasoft)
Ms PacMan (Atarisoft / Namco)
International karate (System three)
Falcon 1.0 (Spectrum holobyte)
Defender of the crown (Master designer software / Cinemaware)
Test Drive 1 (Accolade)
Zaxxon (Sega Enterprises)
Elite (Bell&Braben/Realtime games Andy onions/firebird software)
Pitstop 2 (Epyx)
Street Rod 2 (California Dreams)

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Final note: 'DX Demo' board is only intended to be a ('virtual hardware') technology demonstrator and not a commercial product - enjoy! :-)

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