App description: Play original dos games on your iPhone/iPad!

Features:

- PC compatible soft keyboard
- Mouse/Virtual Gamepad&Joystick
- Screen mode: Portrait/Landscape(Fullscreen)
- You can force 4:3 screen aspect ratio
- Customizable floating gamepad for fullscreen mode.

Freewares included in this version: Wolf3d, Duke I/II, Major Striker, SuperNova, Kingdom of Kroz II, which are owned by 3D Realms(Apogee Software, Ltd.)

This app requires iphone 3GS or above to run smoothly.

Note:
- Please don't enter "exit" in command line
- Tap the left top corner when you're in DOS to go back to collection

litchie's comments:
iDOS, previously known as DOSPAD, finally enters App Store. It is universal. iPad version has better performance and user interface. Enjoy your old memories:-)

This is a DOS emulator based on dosbox.

Features:

- PC compatible soft keyboard
- Mouse support
- Screen mode: Portrait/Landscape/Fullscreen
- You can force 4:3 screen aspect ratio
- Customizable floating keypad for iPhone, and iPad fullscreen mode.


10-26-2010, 06:12 AM
#31
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Awesome, hope this is still available when I get home!

Stupid question - but were the old Sierra games mostly DOS based?

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10-26-2010, 06:21 AM
#32
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Originally Posted by Stirolak26 View Post
Also, if you didn't grow up using does, how do you actually start the games? I know on dosbox u just drag them.
It has a command-line interface - just like all DOSBOX ports. Also, you can edit the config file to auto-start titles on bootup if you prefer.

10-26-2010, 06:21 AM
#33
Quote:
Originally Posted by MicroByte View Post
Awesome, hope this is still available when I get home!

Stupid question - but were the old Sierra games mostly DOS based?
Up until approximately 1995, all of them. I've tested most of them under the WinMo version of DOSBOX ports; they all worked.
10-26-2010, 06:22 AM
#34
cd games
cd <gamename>
<gamename>

Assuming you have got your games in the games folder. To be fair, if you dont know DOS, why even bother to try and play DOS games.
10-26-2010, 06:35 AM
#35
Has anyone tried the rts game Anacreon?

http://trollitc.com/2009/03/anacreon...deo-game-ever/
10-26-2010, 06:36 AM
#36
Quote:
Originally Posted by halljames View Post
cd games
cd <gamename>
<gamename>

Assuming you have got your games in the games folder. To be fair, if you dont know DOS, why even bother to try and play DOS games.
Because old school games rock, screw the interface to get them started though.
10-26-2010, 06:37 AM
#37
Son of a Gun! Ultima 7! Jagged Alliance! 1942 Pacific Air War (Someone beats me to F14FD)! X-Com! Anything based on SCUMM! (Well, I am not surprised now if they port the SCUMMVM any time soon)

Digging out my old stuff...

Wait, gotta buy app first, before anything happens...

Dang! How could I miss the Falcon 3?! (You could guess my age now...)

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10-26-2010, 06:57 AM
#38
So did anyone get X-COM:TFTD running here? I'm at work or I would try myself. MOO 1 or 2??? MoM working is pretty sweet. Long shot, but anyone try Sword of Aragon yet?
10-26-2010, 07:00 AM
#39
Quote:
Originally Posted by currymutton View Post
Son of a Gun! Ultima 7! Jagged Alliance! 1942 Pacific Air War (Someone beats me to F14FD)! X-Com! Anything based on SCUMM! (Well, I am not surprised now if they port the SCUMMVM any time soon)
Very good point, if you can now have DOSBOX, why not SCUMMVM. That would be amazing. Full throttle on the iPad, dreamy
10-26-2010, 07:13 AM
#40
Quote:
Originally Posted by halljames View Post
cd games
cd <gamename>
<gamename>

Assuming you have got your games in the games folder. To be fair, if you dont know DOS, why even bother to try and play DOS games.
How do I put them in the games folder? I am using a Mac and iTunes and have my iPad connected but after I downloaded a game I tried to drag the entire folder to the games folder on ids and it wouldn't let me or highlight only individual files would drag and they would drag to the same directory or folder as the games folder but not inside it. I also couldn't transfer entire folders but only individual files like I mentioned.

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