Valve and id Software have added DOSBox GPL (General Public Licence) documentation to the Steam games that use it to run on modern operating systems after users reported its absence from the original releases.

That absence was apparently an oversight, which was corrected as soon as the parties involved became aware.

That minor tweak follows news that all of id Software's glorious back catalogue is now available to download from Steam.

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