Runs DOS games and more! This app is the best version of DOSBox for Android. It has run every game I've thrown at it. Not only that, it has support for Windows 9x. If you have a powerful device, you can run Windows 95 or 98, and run games for Windows 95 or 98. This app allows a great amount of control customization, which means that a Bluetooth controller or keyboard isn't required. That said, I highly recommend a Bluetooth keyboard, especially for complicated games.
Would Give 100 Stars If Possible This developer was very responsive and easy to work with! Fishstix worked with me for 2+ days in order to get my game running. He responded to every e-mail and request same day and if he could not provide a fix, he was working with me every step of the way to get this app running on my device. Thanks to the dev, I am playing all my PC faves-Rise of the Triad, Blake Stone, Quake, Doom, and Wolfenstein!!!! I have all of the devs apps and love every 1 of them. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!
Changed from 1 start to 4 stars. It is a great app when you can get the coding correct. There is zero support for a paid app which is not the best. even the links to how to set up are not correct. had to find some helpful youtube clips. Still don;t know how to path to the external SD card on a Samsung S6. Only works on my device storage. Also Cloud setup would be perfect 5 star app!
Needs better controller support Mostly everything is OK with it but the controller support is lacking, making it frustrating to truly enjoy this app. Left joystick doesn't work for movement, only a dpad, and the triggers on Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R don't even register at all, although a DualShock 4's triggers do for some reason. I would love to see these issues addressed and use this app at its best. Playing old DOS shooters like Blood is awesome on my phone. Just needs better quality controller support.
Excellent performance I'm having a really excellent time with this via my Nvidia Shield. It's letting me play some clunkier older games with more comfortable controls. The only things I feel are missing is the ability to adjust the Button overlay's opacity, and a way to have the analog sticks register as, say, a different button in each direction. I've gotten around some of the input mapper's limitations via clever use of the Nvidia Shield's built-in functions, but it's still not perfect.
No doubt the best. EDIT: keep getting license check fail, WTF??? Without a doubt the best dosbox app for android. Great tech support by the developer and constantly getting updates. If you want to play old dos games on an android device this app is a must have. The manager program is just icing on the cake. Thanks for such a wonderful app!
* Sync to SVN r3830 release
* Numerous compatibility fixes for Android 2.x - 4.x
* Improve sliding "QuickMenu" & add new preference options
* Fix soft-keyboard 'alt' issue on some soft-keyboards
* Numerous other bug fixes.