Boxer is a classic game emulator lets you play MS-DOS games on Mac. If you are tired of those brilliant 3D games, and want to find those classic childhood memories. Then Boxer emulator is a great choice allows you to play some of the best games ever made.
So the below is a simple tutorial guides you how to play any MS-DOS games on Macbook, iMac and Mac mini, such as those classic games: Dangerous Dave, Prince of Persia, X-Com, Quake, original GTA, Contra, Mortal Combat and many more.
How to Download Boxer and Play MS-DOS Games Through it
Step#1Download Boxer 1.4.0
News in this version
- This is a security update to fix a vulnerability in Sparkle, Boxer’s automatic updater.
- This version requires OS X 10.6 or greater.
Step#2 Once you download it on your Mac, just tap it to unzip the file for running.
Step#3 Now you can drop a cd-rom, game folder or disc image and Boxer will import it into a new gamebox. If you don’t have one, simply search for it on Google and download on your computer.
Step#4 Now click the game ‘.exe’ file listed in Boxer folder and drag it onto ‘Open a DOS Prompt’ icon inside the app to start playing.