The Internet Archive has released more than 1,000 Windows 3.1 applications, including games, shareware, and other tools.
The Internet Archive hosts millions of old web pages, pieces of music, videos, and other items. However, it recently made the move to include software and even old-school MS-DOS games.
Many of the Windows 3.1 applications are games, including Ski Free, WinRisk, Oregon Trail, and MacBlaster.
“I have one more drop for you,” Internet Archive software collector and historian Jason Scott told Ars Technica.
“On Thursday, we’re going to put up a bunch of Windows 3.1 software. What we did for MS-DOS, we’re doing for Windows 3.1.”