Freely downloadable games. Striker, by Derek Williams, 1985, is a classic 2-D game that shows off the ability of Mo'Slo 4BIZ version 3.3 to run old IBM-PC games in Windows 2000 and XP. Use the default slowdown method (/m3) with a speed argument of /s500.
Darren Hewer's treasure trove of old games, some of which need Mo'Slo on today's systems.
A finely-crafted website "...dedicated to the preservation and promotion of underrated PC games..." Answers in the FAQ are applicable to many old games run on newer systems.
At last count there were over 400 DOS games freely downloadable here, including the increasingly-hard-to-find classic Apogee shareware games that Mo'Slo makes playable. "Only the best games make it to this site."
Here you will find descriptions for hundreds of games for the PC, with downloads where copyright allows. To find games on the site, select search parameters at the top of the page.
If you're having problems with X-COM UFO Defense, check out the bug FAQ here. The site is expanding to include Terror from the Deep and Apocalypse also.
Utilities and advice for playing Ultima 7 & 8 in Windows.
Richard Muth's great site for players of LucasArts' Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe and Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain. Information, missions, aircraft, mods, patches, and utilities. Check out the SWOTL FAQ page for info about finding the correct slowdown speed.
for Monitor, the Capitol PC Users Group magazine. Gene uses Mo'Slo to play LucasArts' Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain.
Support site for programmers of Motorola two-way radios.
An RSS-specific subset of The Repeater Builder's Technical Information Page. Don't miss the overview of the Motorola Radio Service Software (RSS) and the Radio Interface Box (RIB).
Advice on running Word Perfect DOS with abbreviation expanders and pop-up dictionaries widely used by medical transcriptionists. Includes tips for using Mo'Slo 4BIZ to load WP.
Back to the microcomputer's genesis, when a programmer was baptized in the bitstream and a good program was a revelation. What better chronicler of this exciting era than Trixter, a man who gets sweaty palms while thinking about a vintage IBM Music Feature adapter? A wee-hour nod to Jim Leonard, keeper of the lore.
Wayne's resources for anti-virus, hoax identification, system penetration testing, Win NT & 2000 tips, web tools, etc.
Mic Healy hosts a resource site for Virtual Reality Studio, a classic 3D game construction kit. Mo'Slo allows VRS to be used on newer computers.
Dr.David also does graphic design, production, and photo-retouch for print and web.
David's the guy to talk to if you're looking for a home on the Central Coast of California.
One of the few things I miss about the San Fernando Valley is the woman who made my hair look great for many years. (You can also find her on Facebook.)
Fabulous hand-made greeting cards by Michele Norwood.
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