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DOS - 1995

Alt names
AIV Network$: Zug um Zug zum Erfolg, AIV Network$, A4 Networks
Released in
United States
Managerial, Train
I•Motion, Inc.
Artdink Corporation, ERE Informatique
4 / 5 - 11 votes

Description of C.E.O.

In 1995, I•Motion, Inc. publishes C.E.O. (also known as AIV Network$: Zug um Zug zum Erfolg, AIV Network$, A4 Networks), a managerial, train game for the DOS system. Offering simulation genre, it is now an abandonware.

Comments and reviews

TyJr 2017-01-02 0 point

Tried 3 different computer with DosBox and DosBlaster and can't make it work... If I am running Windows 64bit I assume there is no way to make it work.

hohoteam 2016-08-26 0 point

1. use Dosbox
2. press skip installation
3. run game (a4.bat)
4. press ESC in title to start playing game.
5. have fun

imsporticus 2015-08-02 0 point DOS version

works with dosbox for me need to launch as c: a4 /c

LCC 2015-04-25 0 point DOS version

It works fine with Dosbox 0.74 .
Set cycles=30000 in "dosbox-0.74.conf" .
Or press Ctrl+F12 to increase game speed after start the game. Type A4.bat to start the game.

jlc 2014-07-16 0 point DOS version

I've noticed a lot of probs with dosbox alone try using with dosblaster. Dosblast is very simple and uses dosbox to actually play. i've seen nothing but probs with just doesbox alone. telling me no drive mounted even after I checked all steps. Found dosblaster as awork around though somegames still will not work properly or ask for a cd/ code/etc..
Once open dosblaster goto file menu and select inport game folder. Select the actual game folder holding the exe or even bat file(s). Might have to do a manual search before using dosblast inorder to find actual folder location Once you make folder selection and wait about 30 sec for import a joystick icon appears sometimes with a name sometimes withou. Select the one you want either by doubleclicking or selecting game menu and open. A window opend select the exe or bat file 9/10 (this will open the game in dosbox. Dosblaster is pretty straight forward and I'm not to pc literate but find easier was. Always willing to lend a hand if needed to find answers and get desired results.

Drew220 2014-01-04 0 point DOS version

I can't get this to work even after changing the crack.exe. :(

heh 2013-06-11 1 point DOS version

Incompatability with 64 bit version of windows.

Earlier it said it didnt find a dinstall.exe so I changed crack.exe into dinstall.exe and it seemed to work other than not working with 64 bit version of windows.

heh 2013-06-11 0 point DOS version

need a dinstall.exe file that isnt there. The install.bat runs and says enter any key and then it says dinstall.exe not found and aborts.

bah 2013-04-29 0 point DOS version

downloaded this over an hour ago and still not got it to work :(
using dosbox, but to install game it wants me to mount 'a' drive as no disk found.

well, this was originally a cd, I looked for a .img type file etc and cant figure out how to get it to load! :(

Bloody good game, sadly missed :(

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