List of supported MS-DOS Games

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  • #6003
    Larrynho
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    Add PC basket 6.0 to the list ! Win 95, very low fps on matches, okk on the rest, manager working nicely.

    Absolute works on DOS games ( 4.5 ones ), on Win 95 ones ( 6.0 ones ), its offset of where you touch.

    #6006
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Done. Thanks for the feedback! ?

    #6189
    philthethrill
    Participant

    The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Rose Tattoo works really well. It’s a very detailed Sherlock Holmes games with real actors playing all the parts.

    #6193
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Thanks, added to the list! Does it work with absolute mouse btw?

    #6393
    arcolight
    Participant

    Ascendancy(4x strategy) also works well, absolute mouse works (Galaxy Note 4, stylus very helpful 🙂 )

    #6395
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Thanks, list is updated! ?

    #8278
    jimmylips75
    Participant

    Battlecruiser 3000ad works. I had to change the CDROM path in the BC3000AD.INI file to cdrom=C:\BC3000AD\ on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus to make work.

    #8279
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Thanks, I’ve added the game to the list, along with your tweak. ?

    #9713
    VA1DER
    Participant

    Global Conquest works in absolute mouse mode, no tweaks required

    #9715
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Thank you very much! 🙂

    #9716
    VA1DER
    Participant

    Carrier Command (Rainbird Software 1988) works. Mouse is spotty in both relative and absolute mode. It seems to have some sort of acceleration built into the game’s mouse processing, I can’t seem to get absolute mode to match up with any tweak, or scaling. For those with Android 8+ (which should be almost everyone nowadays) it does work very well with mouse capture (scroll wheel down), though you would be well served to have a mouse with variable DPI because lower DPI helps with overssensitiviy. Masterpiece of a game.

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