Playing some moar DOS games

I played two more DOS games today. The first one is called Scrabble and the other one is called Mah Jongg Solitaire. Here’s what they look like:

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I also made a new tile set by using a DOS program called Mah Jongg Solitaire Tile Maker, where you can create your own tile set. I replaced the original Mah Jongg tile set with road signs. Here’s a picture of it:

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Pretty good tile set too. I was working on the Namco tile set, but I got it halfway done. So anyways, everything is going well in the DOSBox universe. πŸ˜€

Testing out my new Steam games

I got my $50 Steam gift card the other day, and I did manage to get Peggle Deluxe and Atari Vault for a total of $11.23 because the Steam Summer Sale is going on.

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I tested those games out and they both worked fine. πŸ˜€ I was thinking about getting the entire Arcade Game Series pack that has Pac-Man, Galaga, Ms. Pac-Man and Dig Dug, but I decided to wait for their prices to drop down.

Going to the DOSBox universe

My sister Tomala helped me download and install DOSBox on my computer last night, and I downloaded some free DOS games from myabandonware.com:

Mortal Kombat 1

Mortal Kombat 1

Mortal Kombat 2

Mortal Kombat 2

Mortal Kombat 3

Mortal Kombat 3

Tetris

Tetris

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Anyways, I gave them a test drive and they all worked perfectly. I might find other DOS games that interest me someday. πŸ™‚

You’re not gonna believe what I saw last night.

I was in the middle of doing something on my computer when suddenly I looked up and saw a couple of mosquito hawks (mayflies) that were stuck together, partying on the ceiling:

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But Dad decided to ruin their party by giving them a smackdown. Then, I tracked one of them down and killed it while the other one was starting to get angry and started attacking me. But it was interrupted by a burial at sea (I flushed them down the toilet).

At least they had a good party. πŸ˜›