How 'old' games, files with the extension *.gam

How 'old' games, files with the extension *.gam?

I am trying to find and run style old text adventure games.  I downloaded "ccr.gam" but it has nothing related to this extension and I can't find what I need.  HELP please.



Depending on the platform, so that the game was up, there may be an available emulator that will allow you to run them. Looking for the name of the platform and "emulator" can give results. If they are DOS based games, DOSBox is an emulator like this.

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