Windows 95 DOS games were the best! In the wonderful days of 1995, my dad bought Windows 95 when I was three years old. I recall how I used to explore everything on it and especially all the games. I forgot the name of that one game that came pre-installed on Windows. It used to have that dog with a round black spot on one of its eye. When the game starts he barks and goes somewhere. There was some kind of castle or a fancy house. I don’t remember what happens when you press on the castle to come in; however, the only thing I remember was that you can record your voice and there were dinosaurs in the background. However, I accidentally put a password on the game by typing in characters since I was too young to know what a password was. I’ve always wanted to know what that game was called.
The following games came with Windows 95 on a CD:
- Pitfall The Mayan Adventures- I never made it through the first level. I was too young to play this game. My little sister broke the Cd.
- The Adventures of Hyperman- I used to play it over and over again. Unfortunately, I didn’t know what save and load were.
- Dinosaur Adventures-
- Magic Theatre- I enjoyed making animations on that program.
- Endor Fun- Are there still games like that today?
- Undersea Adventures-
The following games were Pre-installed on Windows 95:
- Hoover I love that Capture-the-Flag game.
- Ski Free- That monster used to freak me out! It wasn’t on the first Windows 95 that came out.
- Rodent’s Revenge- I used to play it at my friend’s house.
- Fuji Golf- I had no idea how to play it.
The following games are the ones that I bought:
- The Neverhood- My uncle got it for me as a gift.
- Road Rash-
- The Lion King-
- Window’s the Puzzle Collection-
- Jazz Jackrabbit- This game used to frustrate me.
- Age of Empires I- My friend used to own this game and I absolutely loved it.
- Friendly Forest Reading Club – Today, you won’t find educational games as cool as this one.
- Worms- I used to play it with my uncle when he came back from work.