We’re now accepting voice messages!

Hey hello!

We've decided to accept voice messages from listeners for all future episodes. Our show is all about discussions and we try to invite people who seemed to be interested in our month's game to the show, but we figured, maybe some people don't want to be present for the whole recording, but still have something to contribute.

So, if you want to share your opinion, experience or trivia about the game we're going to cover in an upcoming episode, we're now accepting voice messages.

Simply record your message and e-mail it to us. Our address is: DGC mail address.

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Hey hey!

Seems like we're still behind schedule, but at least it's not getting worse, as proven by this new episode. Also, we're going to record the next episode in just a few days which will mean we're back on track.

Anyway, this time we discussed our April game: Blizzard's classic platformer BlackThorne (or BlackHawk in some regions of the world).

Martijn ("Tijn") and Florian ("rnlf") were accompanied by returning guests Oddvar ("dollarone") and Jozef ("yozy").


[ download mp3 ] (89 mins, 71 MB)


* Download BlackThorne for free from battle.net - it seems the download is not available for all regions, but for some people this link might work

* Download the 2013 freeware edition of Blackthorne from archive.org - if the Blizzard link doesn't let you download the game, you can get it here

* DOS Game Club member Richard ("pix") scanned some UK magazine reviews of BlackThorne


Yo yo yo,

Oh my, we're running late a bit ­čś« But the good news is: we've got a new podcast episode for you all! In March we like to play big first person shooters and for this year we played Blood, the 1997 cultist shooter by Monolith Productions.

To discuss this game, your regular hosts Martijn ("Tijn") and Florian ("rnlf") sat down with DOS Game Club member Tim ("spacefarer") and DOS Nostalgic Anatoly. Blood is one of Anatoly's favourite games, so he could tell us all about what makes this game so great.


[ download mp3 ] (100 mins, 80 MB)


* DOS Game Club member Richard ("pix") scanned some UK magazine reviews of Blood

* Anatoly made a video in which he opens his physical copies of Blood

* Since we recorded this podcast, a new version of Blood was released, called Blood: Fresh Supply. We talk a little bit about it in the episode. You can find it on Steam and GOG

* We also talk about some other source ports you can use to play Blood on modern systems. The most notable ones are BuildGDX and NBlood

22 May 2019 // 1 Comment >

Revision Party 2019

Guten Tag!

This is a DOS Game Club Extra Special Episode. You see, recently we held our first DOS Game Club Meetup, as we went to the Revision Party 2019 in Saarbr├╝cken, Germany. Exciting!

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Upcoming games (aka “what happened to Planet X3?”)

Hello fellow DOS fans!

We want to let you know what's going on with the upcoming games for DOS Game Club. As you know we pick a game every month for us all to play, mainly through the suggestion forum.

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Life and Death

Hey WeirDOS!

Time for another DGC episode! In February we played Life and Death, the hyper-realistic, hyper-difficult surgery simulator by The Software Toolworks, published in 1988.

Florian ("rnlf") is back hosting this episode, but didn't play the game at all, so he's just posing lots of uninformed questions to the other participants in this show: our regular host Martijn ("Tijn") and recurring guests Richard ("Pix") and David ("DavidN").

[ download mp3 ] (62 mins, 50 MB)


* An evaluation of the game's realism by soon-to-be medical doctor and DOS Game Club member kdrnic, who also suggested this game

* Richard's scans of PC Plus Magazine, reviewing Life & Death

* Backstory of Doctor Myo Thant, the designer of the game

* Foone's Death Generator for Life and Death

* Walkthrough of the game - probably the only way to play it and staying sane.

04 Apr 2019 // 1 Comment >