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Name: Floppy Frenzy (1982)
License: Freeware
Author: Windmill Software
Category: Classic

Description: Like all other Windmill games, Floppy Frenzy is simple, intuitive, and fun. Your objcetive: guide the floppy disk (5.25", of course—look at the game’s date [EG]) through a maze, avoiding dust and magnets on the way. Fast, simple, and highly replayable.

Install command:
$> sudo pacman -S dosbox-floppy-frenzy

Name: Pac-Man (1983)
License: Freeware
Author: Namco Limited
Category: Classic

Description: Pac-Man is a maze chase video game; the player controls the eponymous character through an enclosed maze. The objective of the game is to eat all of the dots placed in the maze while avoiding four colored ghosts — Blinky (red), Pinky (pink), Inky (cyan), and Clyde (orange) — that pursue him. When all of the dots are eaten, the player advances to the next level.

Install command:
$> sudo pacman -S dosbox-pacman

Name: PC-Man (1980)
License: Abandonware
Author: Orion Software, Inc.
Category: Classic

Description: The player needs to save themselves from the ghosts who are constantly on the run to eat you up and make you their dinner. The element of ghost added to series have only notched up the excitement of the game. The player needs to keep collecting points by eating away the Items. On the way the player will be attacked by enemies in the form of ghosts, each having a different knack for killing you. In order to safeguard oneself and get a pro over the enemies, the game also presents the player with items which can boost their energy, give them extra life as well as help them create a shield over the enemies.

Install command:
$> sudo pacman -S dosbox-pcman

Name: Antix (1985)
License: Freeware
Author: Dmitry Pavlovsky
Category: Classic

Description: This game was created by Russian computer programmer Dmitry Pavlovsky, first for the Soviet computer Elektronika 60 and then ported to MS-DOS. It is easy to guess from the name that Antix (Antixonix) is related to the famous Xonix.

Install command:
$> sudo pacman -S dosbox-antix