Love old school games but too scared of the virus an emulator might unpack in PC or device? You’ll be glad to know that 2,400 MS-DOS games and programs are now accessible on the Internet Archive. This actually means you can play retro games and cult classics like Total Carnage or Tongue of the Fatman in your browser. Before you jump in to relive some of your childhood memories, the guy in charge of the project Jason Scott warns that you can’t save your progress on the web. Clicking on the controller icon says “coming soon,” I guess this will add more fun to it. Head to the source link below and give them all a try if you can.

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