More than 29400 old games to download for free!


DOS - 1988

Alt name PopCorn 1988
Year 1988
Platform DOS
Released in France
Genre Action
Theme Arcade, Paddle / Pong
Publisher Lacral Software
Developer Lacral Software
Dosbox support Supported on 0.60
4.46 / 5 - 22 votes

Description of Popcorn

In 1988, Lacral Software publishes Popcorn on DOS. This action game is now abandonware and is set in an arcade and paddle / pong themes.

External links

Comments and reviews

dioptryk 2023-04-19 2 points

I remember waiting for what seemed like an hour until the menu was drawn on our trusty 286.

Jorge77 2021-03-05 1 point

Hi, I would like to play it with my kids as I also have nice memories with this game. Is it possible to play it on Mac ? Thanks !

Maurer Michael 2019-12-28 0 point

Remember me my good childhood

Maurer Michael 2019-12-28 1 point

Rember it my Chuildhood the game very nice

lio 2019-11-04 0 point

perfect game. j'ai fini ce jeu en 1985, tableau 50 avec le nounours ! le top sur mon pc1640 amstrad 8086 8mhz !

misere 2019-10-18 1 point

Animation are painfully slow but game goes a lot too fast!!! I remember game worked beter on very old PC (1984 or so)...

How can this be fixed?

Pouffbloum 2018-06-06 2 points

Merci Amixem.

Damiano 2015-06-12 -1 point DOS version

Moonbug, i think the solution to your situation would be running it on say XP machine in VirtualBox, where the speed is actually hypersonic, i checked. To fix that you simply need to use popspeed.exe in the console, and set up the right slowdown interruption, where afaik the higher the number the slower the game. Good luck!

moonbug 2015-05-04 0 point DOS version

This game is great, but I can't get it to run well in dosbox. It's a catch-22 situation... On on hand the game setup is very slow: the program takes forever to draw the title screen, particle animation during menu screen is obviously much slower than it should be, and the level setup (first time you play, or after you lose a life) is very slow. Setting core=normal instead of core=auto made no difference. WIth cycles=auto, the setup stuff is very slow, but the game runs too fast. On my machine, setting cycles to 850 makes the game playable and fun, but then the setup stuff becomes even more slow, to the point that you can go make coffee or whatever every time you lose a life. Has anyone got this game running reasonably well in dosbox?

Exoide 2014-08-04 0 point DOS version

The best paddle game

spiko 2013-11-13 0 point DOS version

the best game

Write a comment

Share your gamer memories, help others to run the game or comment anything you'd like. If you have trouble to run Popcorn, read the abandonware guide first!


Download Popcorn

We may have multiple downloads for few games when different versions are available. Also, we try to upload manuals and extra documentation when possible. If you have additional files to contribute or have the game in another language, please contact us!

DOS Version

Similar games

Fellow retro gamers also downloaded these games:

Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second Scenario abandonware
Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second ScenarioDOS, C64, Apple II, FM-7, PC-88, PC-981987
Super Breakout abandonware
Super BreakoutAtari 2600, Atari 8-bit1981
Bricks abandonware
Blockage abandonware
Blockbuster abandonware
BlockbusterDOS, C64, Amiga, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, BBC Micro, Electron1988
TwinBlok abandonware

Ad Consent Terms About Contact FAQ Useful links Contribute Taking screenshots How to play

MyAbandonware utopiaweb