Relive The Early Days Of PC Gaming With This Archive Of Windows 3.1 Apps

Relive The Early Days Of PC Gaming With This Archive Of Windows 3.1 Apps
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Archive.org is quickly becoming the place to visit whenever ’90s internet nostalgia strikes. Last week, we reported on an amazing collection of MS-DOS malware in the Malware Museum. Now, the site has launched a collection old games from Windows 3.1.

The new archive includes popular games like Brickbuster, Chessnet and the classic SkiFree These and and 46 others (as of this writing) make up the Windows 3.x Showcase. This isn’t just a window into computing’s past, either. It’s more like an interactive sandbox. Archive.org uses an emulator that lets you actually play these horrible-yet-wonderful titles.

Apologies in advance if you actually needed to get things done today.

[Archive.org via The Next Web]