DOS (/dɒs/, /dɔːs/) is a platform-independent acronym for Disk Operating System which later became a common shorthand for disk-based operating systems on IBM PC compatibles. DOS primarily consists of Microsoft's MS-DOS and a rebranded IBM version under the name PC DOS, both of which were introduced in 1981. Later compatible systems from other manufacturers are DR DOS (1988), ROM-DOS (1989), PTS-DOS (1993), and FreeDOS (1998). MS-DOS dominated the IBM PC compatible market between 1981 and 1995.
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Definitions of "abandoned" vary; generally, it refers to software no longer available for legal purchase, or of a certain age.
Software companies may change their names, go bankrupt, enter into mergers, or cease to exist for a variety of reasons. When this happens, product rights are usually transferred to another company that may not sell or support the software acquired.
Spillet fortsetter samme tråd som forgjengeren, men denne gangen befinner vi oss i oldtidens Hellas. Du, som en sønn av Zeus, mener du fortjener en plass blant de udødelige. For å bevise det må du nedkjempe 32 av Zeus' sterkeste venner før du møter sjefen selv. Spillet har et utvidet reportoar av magi og effekter, og lar deg opprette din egen karakter og hvilke spesialiteter han har.
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