First post, by MrFlibble
These days, very many DOS games can be played online via the various browser implementations of DOSBox. But what about genuine browser versions? Recently I took interest in the subject, but found only a few example so far:
A browser version released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the game. Probably one of the more well known examples.
An official Flash version of the game by Mike Wiering. Sint Nicolaas is originally a DOS game.
Another game by Mike Wiering, similarly it was first released as a DOS title.
Jasper's Journeys' was originally a DOS shareware game, which was in 2007-2008 recreated for Windows, Mac & Linux with higher resolution graphics. A browser-based version of this new game was also made available on the official website.
Prince of Persia: Special Edition
This is not really a port but rather a new, short promotional browser game based on the original Prince of Persia mechanics and using the Mac version graphics.
If you know more examples (whether official games or not), please post them here.