Good point. Although, there are MS Dos emulaters like Dosbox out
there, but they are a pain in the butt to use.  Still if you want to
play Dos specific games that is the best way to go short of  digging
up an old 386 or 486 with MS Dos 6.2 on it.

On 6/3/10, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> All the gamebooks and materials on chronicles of arborell are just web
> pages.
> All you need therefore is whatever net brouser you wish, a dice program (I
> use gma dice), and something to record your character details in.
> This does take more time and setup, but is well worth it sinse the writing,
> history, descriptions and world are some of the finest I've seen!
> As for old text adventure games, if they actually run in dos you may be out
> of luck in vista. However, if they are zcode games, ---- such as the infocom
> games like zork, you can run them with any zcode interpreter such as win
> frotz or win frotz tts.
> hth.
> Beware the grue!
> Dark.

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