How to run games for DOS
is a free and open-source emulator of an Intel x86 personal computer designed for the purpose of running software created for disk operating systems on IBM PC compatibles, primarily DOS video games.
you can launch programs and gameboxes straight from Finder, search your collection in Spotlight, add extra drives in DOS just by drag-and-drop.
How to run games for Windows
dgVoodoo 2 is set of old graphics API's for Windows Vista/7/8/10.
is a 3Dfx Voodoo Glide wrapper. It allows you to play games designed for 3Dfx Glide API without the need for having 3Dfx Voodoo graphics card.
is a windows hooker - intercepts system calls to make win32 programs running in a window, to support a better compatibility, to enhance video modes, to stretch timing and emulate CD disk data and audio tracks. It is tipically very useful to run old windows games.
is a .dll file designed to wrap DirectX files to fix compatibility issues in older games.
is a DirectX 1-11 to OpenGL wrapper based on WineD3D, which is an almost full implementation of DirectX used in Wine.
old Windows programs (including installation programs) can run in 64-bit Windows as if they were ordinary modern Windows programs. More info here
is a compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications on several POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as Linux, macOS, & BSD.