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X-Mas Demo '90. by Cascada

xmasdemo.zip

11277 of 11,896 files  
19 items
  • X-MAS.000
  • X-MAS.001
  • X-MAS.002
  • X-MAS.003
  • X-MAS.004
  • X-MAS.005
  • X-MAS.006
  • X-MAS.007
  • X-MAS.008
  • X-MAS.009
  • X-MAS.00A
  • X-MAS.00B
  • X-MAS.00C
  • X-MAS.00D
  • X-MAS.00E
  • X-MAS.00F
  • X-MAS.010
  • X-MAS.EXE
  • X-MAS.TXT

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Emulating X-MAS.EXE in DOSee.

When prompted type in 378 and press Enter for your outport(in hex)

If the emulation is taking too long to load, you can turn it off.

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Applying changes will reload the page and reboot the emulator
DOSBox Machine wiki. DosBOX Sound wiki.
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DOS programs need a keyboard for user input

Enter to select or continue ESC to go navigate back or exit are often used to navigate menus


Emulation running too slow?
Set the emulator to use maximum CPU speed
Emulation running too fast?
Set the emulator to use the 8086 CPU configuration
Need to turn off the audio?
Disable all sound card support

Have no audio?
  1. Try SoundBlaster 1.0 hardware
  2. The song or audio file maybe missing from the program
  3. Audio may not be supported
    Unlike other systems of the era, audio for DOS was unfortunately complicated for both programmers and end users alike. A lot of early scene software didn't bother including it. While those that did often didn't test it on all the hardware they supposedly supported.


Want to hack around in the DOS prompt?
  1. Mount the DOS tools drive with automatic run program turned off
  2. Then dir u:\ to list the utilities, some included programs 4dos cp acidview pictview
  3. Use mount to list the emulated drives
  4. Learn the DOSBox commands

DOSee pronounced dos/see is our emulator used to run MS-DOS based software in your web browser.

MS-DOS (Microsoft DOS) was the main operating system used by PCs during the 1980s to the early 1990s and is the precursor to Microsoft Windows.


DOSee is a slimmed downed, partly modified port of The Emularity.

The Emularity is a multi-platform JavaScript emulator that supports the running of software for legacy computer platforms in a web browser that's used on the Internet Archive.

EM-DOSBox is a high-performance JavaScript port of DOSBox that is used by The Emularity for its emulation of the MS-DOS platform.

DOSee uses BrowserFS's ZipFS and ZipFS Extras to simulate zip file archives as hard disks within EM-DOSBox.

DOSBox is the most popular MS-DOS emulator in use today and is frequently used by commercial game publishers to run games from their back-catalogues on modern computers.


DOSee, built on The Emularity, EM-DOSBox and DOSBox. Capture screenshot and save function built on canvas-toBlob.js.

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