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The DOS Spirit presents the 10th and final annual Christmas Calendar!

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30.11.2014 By Coreus

It's -that- time of the year again; Christmas! Ten (!!) years ago we here at The DOS Spirit started something that no other site did so visibly - providing one game every day in the month of December from the 1st to the 24th in the style of a traditional Christmas Calendar.

That grew quite in popularity so we did one the year after and so on. The sheer amount of interest made us keep doing what we did and since we've kept going. Therefore, this year is no different. From the 1st of December we're launching our Christmas Calendar again with great bravour for the seventh year in a row! Expect all kinds of titles from the 1st to the 25th of December also this year! We've also added other platforms besides DOS to the mix, so SNES, NES, SEGA and titles from other platforms may show up!

Stay up to date on every day's new game in the Christmas Calendar here!

In conjunction with the holidays, the site will also change a bit, but you'll have to wait and see what's in store! See you the first of December this year!

Also note, this will be the last year we're doing an annual Christmas Calendar. Enjoy!

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