DOS - 1995
Description of WipEout
Here is the video game “WipEout”! Released in 1995 on DOS, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an action and racing / driving game, set in a sci-fi / futuristic, hovercraft, track racing and combat vehicules themes.
How to play WipEout
CD version, add a new drive using the .cue file, you will be able to play instantly.
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Comments and reviews
Nikbawker 2020-09-01 0 point
I wonder where the Windows 95? PC version of this game is, I swear I remember it on the ole Sony Vaio computer I don't believe that it was the newer game I think it was the original wipEout on windows with slightly improved graphics over the way DOS rendered stuff.
Qwerts. 2018-08-11 1 point
Yup, that works J-C L, but you still have to mount a c drive to save. Thanks tho.
J-C L 2018-08-10 3 points
EVERYONE!!!! I HAVE FIGURED IT OUT!!!!!! first, the cd version is named incorrectly. Rename the wipeout-1995.bin and wipeout-1995.cue to WipeO.bin and WipeO.cue respectively. Then, in dosbox, it needs to be mounted as drive D:...
imgmount d C:/WipeO.cue -t cdrom
it should play the intro and run!!!
Keew 2017-10-31 1 point
Just download both of them.
Mount the full image and copy all files to a folder on your hard disc.
Copy the wipegame.exe from the fr version to the same folder overwriting the exising one.
Rename the full image to WipeO.bin.
In DosBox mount the folder as C: and the .cue from the full image as D: with the string -t cdrom.
Here you go full game with cd music.
difficultoldstuff 2016-04-21 0 point
Yeah, no. Sadly, there's a copy protection thingy right after the movies for the CD version. Couldn't get through it.
ZurkinWood497 2016-02-23 0 point
The CD version needs a patch to get past the piracy protection, I've tried everything I can think of, still can't get it to work.
The 15MB version works fine when you put it in "C:/WIPEOUT" (Fixes the "Not enough memory for sound" error) so I'd say use that version instead.
DoddoThePCgamer 2015-05-11 -1 point DOS version
After I have worked my ass off on that CD mounting B.S. the S.O.B. has let me watch the video and than gave me the middle finger by bombing out that Piracy is theft (No shit) and I couldn't do jacksquat
nocd 2014-09-02 0 point DOS version
Hi all, how did you get past the CD protection? is the a no-CD patch?
indstr 2014-02-12 0 point DOS version
I think this was one of the first games which supported 3d acceleration, along with Screamer.
Player 2013-12-02 0 point DOS version
Try copying the cd content into a c:\WIPEOUT folder and run the game again, it solved the "not enouth memory for sound message" for my 15mb version but the 3rd track have bugs and crash my session often.
admin 2013-05-02 0 point DOS version
Can't get the 10-15 MB version to work too, so I uploaded the CD version. Enjoy.
Nick 2013-05-02 -1 point DOS version
"not enough memory for sound" is an error I get too. However, I've played with the memory allocations in the DosBox config to no avail. I do not think the error is actually related to sound necessarily. There are also 3 files that DosBox cannot open:
I just said screw it - I'm downloading the Playstation 1 version and a Playstation 1 emulator.
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