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Heres the link of freeness:

http://members.quicknet.nl/blankendaalr/dbgl/#download

P.S. U still got to download dbgl to play them
Post edited December 01, 2011 by Kaliosmasteris
Yep, DBGL is easily the best DOSBox frontend.
its still a pain in all those frontends to manual enter each one if you have alot of games.
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lugum: its still a pain in all those frontends to manual enter each one if you have alot of games.
It's still better then setting up the games by ur self
Post edited December 01, 2011 by Kaliosmasteris
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lugum: its still a pain in all those frontends to manual enter each one if you have alot of games.
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Kaliosmasteris: It's still better then setting up the games by ur self
well there was 1 frontend supposedly coming that could scan a whole bunch of dosgames. but that progress kinda halted cause the developer was busy.
and there are still alternaties like gog, and scummvm collection.
but still should be easy to program i'd say. if people can complete their music collections with correct tags, covers etc. this should be doable too.
Could you fix the link, please?
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Telnet: Could you fix the link, please?
nothing wrong with the link, opening in new tab just dont work
copy and paste
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Telnet: Could you fix the link, please?
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lugum: nothing wrong with the link, opening in new tab just dont work
copy and paste
Clicking on the link takes the user to this page and not the intended destination. Not a big deal though.
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lugum: nothing wrong with the link, opening in new tab just dont work
copy and paste
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Telnet: Clicking on the link takes the user to this page and not the intended destination. Not a big deal though.
it wasn't like that when posted this
Post edited December 01, 2011 by Kaliosmasteris
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Telnet: Clicking on the link takes the user to this page and not the intended destination. Not a big deal though.
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Kaliosmasteris: it wasn't like that when posted this
That's weird, it's working again. I wonder if there's some funkiness with the routing. A few moments ago it wouldn't load and now it will.
You've got a blank in the tag - [url=].
The link sends me to this very thread. Time paradox!
Hey, there's a version for Linux. Many thanks!