On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 5:12 PM, Brandon Taylor
<donnie126_2...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> I just acquired FreeDOS via Rufus, a program that lets me create bootable
> USB drives. I’m trying to play some DOS games, such as “Lure Of The
> Temptress,” but the game won’t run – it says “Not enough memory to run the
> game.” As I have not had a lot of experience with the DOS family of
> operating systems (I was raised on Windows), I don’t know what to do, if
> there’s anything I can do, to get this game to work. It sounds like a
> typical problem with DOS’s 640KB limitation, but I don’t know how to get
> around it. Can anyone help me out here?

You might start by looking at DOSBox.  DOSBox is a specialized
emulator intended to let people play old DOS games with graphics and
sound support on things that aren't DOS PCs.  DOSBox is available for
Windows, Linux, and OS/X.  It implements an Intel x86 architecture
CPU, graphics and sound support, and enough of DOS to run games.  (I
have an Android port of DOSBox and run some non-game DOS stuff on my
7" Android tablet using it.  The tablet has an ARM Cortex 7 CPU, but
DOSBox provides a virtual x86 processor and things work as expected.)

See https://www.dosbox.com/

Lure of the Temptress is listed as supported:

You may not need full  FreeDOS if what you want is to play old DOS games.

> Brandon Taylor

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