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  1. 1943: One Year After

    1986, the year '43 - One Year After was released on Commodore 64. Made by Greve Graphics and published by American Action AB, this action game is available for free on this page.
     

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  2. 3-D Skramble

    If you haven't played 3-D Skramble or want to try this action video game, download it now for free!  Published in 1984 by LiveWire Software UK, 3-D Skramble was an above-average shooter title in its time.
     

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  3. 7Zip v16.02

    Latest version of 7Zip for Windows 98. It isn't an installer version. Install v9.20 then extract this over the files in that directory.

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  4. 7Zip v9.20

    Last version of this fine compression program that work with Windows 98se.

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  5. A.L.C.O.N. (Slap Fight)

    Here is the video game “A.L.C.O.N.”!  Released in 1987 on Commodore 64, it's still available and playable with some tinkering.  It's an action game, set in an arcade, sci-fi / futuristic, shooter and shmup themes and it was released on Amstrad CPC and Atari ST as well.
     

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  6. Abyss X1 Web Server v1.2.3.0

    One of the best Windows 98 web servers.

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  7. Adobe Reader v6.0.1

    A great PDF reader back in the day.

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  8. Another World

    Another World is a side-scrolling run 'n' gun game for the Commodore 64 by X-Ample.  This version has been EasyFlash converted by Master.

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  9. Apache2Triad 1.2.3

    Basically a LAMP Stack for Windows 98.

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  10. ASPI Drivers

    Adaptec ASPI Drivers 4.71 (Needed for CDex).

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  11. ATI Catalyst Suite 6.2

    Display Driver and Catalyst Control Center (Feb. 9, 2005) - Works with pretty much all ATI Cards up to the Radeon 9800 Pro/XT.

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  12. Aurorablast

    Aurorablast is a Touhou inspired five stage doujin shooter.

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  13. Battlestorm

    1991, the year Battlestorm was released on DOS, as well as Amiga.  Made by Titus France SA and published by Titus Software Corporation, this action game is available for free on this page.
     

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  14. Blood Money

    To cut it short: Everything that made the Amiga version of Blood Money one of the most enjoyable shoot'em ups ever is missing is this PC conversion.
    So what's left is a mediocre game-- the great soundtrack, graphics, and even fluid gameplay of the Amiga version is nowhere to be found here. What a pity. (You expected me to trash this, right?) Still, some might consider this a nice game if you love classic side-scrolling shooters in general.
    Everyone should download the Amiga ROM from some Amiga site and play it on an emulator, though, to see how good this game can get. Disappointing.
    Review By HOTUD
     

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  15. Blue Wish Resurrection Plus


    Excellent freeware danmaku shoot'em up by X.X

    Controls are: Move: Arrow Keys Shoot: Tap Z / Hold C Power Shot / Slow: Hold Z Bomb: Tap X   

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  16. Boom

    Boom is a decent horizontal shooter for the Commodore 64 by Brainstorm Software.
    This release has been cracked and packed to an EasyFlash cartridge image by The Master.

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  17. Box Ranger: Fox Ranger - The Other Story

    Here is the video game “Box Ranger”! Released in 1992 on DOS, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an action game, set in an arcade, shooter and shmup themes.
     

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  18. Bulk Rename Utility v2.7.02

    Version 2.7.02 (Last Win98 version).  Great for file renaming.

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  19. CacheMan v5.5.0

    Cache Manger for Windows 98.

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  20. Cash Invaders

    Review By HOTUD:
    In the crowded arena of Space Invaders clones (there must be hundreds of them floating around the WWW), Cash Invaders stands out from the rest with sheer size and playability.
    Inspired not only by Space Invaders but also by Psygnosis' Blood Money and other space shooters, * Cash Invaders* features a staggering amount of levels - 100 in all, plus 10 bonus levels. You shoot aliens to earn money, which you can use at the end of each level to buy power-ups. There is a large arsenal of weaponry, power-ups, and types of aliens, which means the game will sustain your interest for much longer than a typical Space Invaders clone. Smoothly animated ray-traced graphics and nice ship/alien design rounds off this fun underdog that you will come back now and again for some mindless fun. Highly recommended!
     

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  21. CDex v1.51

    Rip music to MP3 - needs UNICOWS and ASPI Drivers.

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  22. CGterm v1.7b2

    Best color graphics telnet terminal program for calling Commodore 64 telnet BBSes.

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  23. CheckWeb v1.2

    Check HTML Links - run from DOS prompt with format - "checkweb http://someurl.com".

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  24. Cho Ren Sha 68K (超連射68K)

    Cho Ren Sha 68K

    Cho Ren Sha 68K is a vertical scrolling shoot 'em up in which the player takes control of an unnamed spaceship to fight against a horde of enemy spacecraft on a giant and seemingly endless ring-shaped space station. The game features a loop system whereby after defeating the last boss of stage 0 in loops 1, 3, 5 and 7 the player starts at the beginning of stage 1 with an increase on the game’s difficulty level. The game features a total of seven stages and eight loops in total.
    One of the most notable aspects of Cho Ren Sha 68K is the power-up system. The game only features 3 types of items: Power-up! (which increases the ship's firepower up to four times), Bomber (which grants the player another screen-clearing bomb and can be stocked for a total of five bombs) and Shield, which gives the player an extra hit and if the ship gets hit by an enemy bullet, it emits a small shockwave that clears the screen of enemy bullets and weak enemies. Power-ups are carried by enemy carriers, distinguished by their red cockpit on the center and when destroyed, the power-up icons will appear in a small and harmless electrified ring and if the players takes one of the three, the other two will disappear. However, if the player manages to stay on the center of the ring for a very bried period of time, he will get all 3 at the same time. The power-up system of the game is said to be the basis of similar mechanics found in other dōjin titles such as Crimzon Clover and Fraxy.
    Another notable aspect of Cho Ren Sha 68K is the scoring system. Based on how close the player is to the enemy, the player will either get more or less points for doing so. After the ship is fully powered up, the power-up icons will grant only points until the player's ship gets destroyed, with the highest value being 25600 points. Depending on the number of lives, bombs and having an active shield, the player receives a determined score at the end of each stage. Staying in the electrified ring and getting all 3 power-up icons is an important maneuver for reaching high-score across multiple gameplay sessions.
    When the player reaches one million points, the shield power-up is replaced by a 1UP icon. The player has the option of either grabbing just the 1up or risk to stay within the electrified ring to grab all three items at the same time. Losing the 1up means that it will not appear again unless the player reaches another one million points in order to get another opportunity.
    Cho Ren Sha 68K has multiple settings on the configuration menu, however, by holding up for a few seconds, the player has access to a hidden configuration menu that are not available on the first menu.

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  25. ClamWin v0.99

    Up to date antivirus for Win9x and others.

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