I joined 6 days ago after reading the interview on the DOSBox
website. I currently live in Memphis, Tennessee. I'm a professional software engineer and have been programming for 20 years now. I started PC gaming in the late 80s, early 90s and still have almost my entire collection of games from the time. Hell, gaming is what got me started programming.
I haven't written many games during my career thus far, but I do run a site called Classic Gaming Arena
which is dedicated to old school DOS network gaming using DOSBOx and the client I wrote. I also wrote a dedicated server based on the server code within DOSBox so players can host their own servers and have them registered on the site for all to use. I currently have 54 games supported and have updated the site and client to handle games from GOG.com. Check out my GOGMix "Games Compatible with CGA (Classic Gaming Arena)
" for the games I have already configured and tested. I'll be adding more as time goes on, but if your game is not in the GOG.com list they can be configured manually until then.
So, I'm glad to be here and look forward to being part of the GOG.com community. I also hope to see some of you around the CGA site as well. It's not officially live yet, but is functional. I'll also be working on an updated version of the client and server here soon which is going to have integrated audio chat using TeamSpeak.