In December 1992, Computer Gaming World reported that DOS accounted for 82% of computer-game sales in 1991, compared to Macintosh's 8% and Amiga's 5%. In response to a reader's challenge to find a DOS game that played better than the Amiga version the magazine cited Wing Commander and Civilization , and added that "The heavy MS-DOS emphasis in CGW merely reflects the realities of the market".  A self-reported Computer Gaming World survey in April 1993 similarly found that 91% of readers primarily used IBM PCs and compatibles for gaming, compared to 6% for Amiga, 3% for Macintosh, and 1% for Atari ST,  while a Software Publishing Association study found that 74% of personal computers were IBMs or compatible, 10% Macintosh, 7% Apple II, and 8% other. 51% of IBM or compatible had 386 or faster CPUs.  By 1992 DOS games such as Links 386 Pro supported Super VGA graphics.  While leading Sega and Nintendo console systems kept their CPU speed at 3–7 MHz , the 486 PC processor ran much faster, allowing it to perform many more calculations per second. The 1993 release of Doom on the PC was a breakthrough in 3D graphics, and was soon ported to various game consoles in a general shift toward greater realism. 
Holidays at PrimaryGames
PrimaryGames has a large collection of holiday games, crafts, coloring pages, postcards and stationery for the following holidays: Christmas , Halloween , Easter , Valentine's Day , St. Patrick's Day , Thanksgiving , Presidents' Day , Hanukkah , New Year's Eve and more. Every day is a day to celebrate!
Learning at PrimaryGames
Calling all Teachers! Visit our Curriculum Guide to find games and activities to meet your classroom's curriculum needs for Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies. This quick guide contains content descriptions and grade level suggestions for all of the educational activities on PrimaryGames.