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Flight Simulator II

Flight Simulator II
Flight Simulator II

SystemCommodore 64
Floppy (5.25")1

subLOGIC

Commodore 64

0  34161  00094  4

Release Date: 1/1/1983
Manufacturer: subLOGIC
 
"Put yourself in the pilot's seat of a piper 181 Cherokee Archer and head for the skies! High-speed color 3D graphics provide a spectacular panoramic view as you practice takeoffs, landings, and aerobatics. Complete documentation gets you airborne quickly even if you've never flown before. And when you think you're ready, you can test your flying skills with the "World War I Ace" aerial battle game."

Includes;
- Over 80 airports in four scenery areas; New York, Chicago, Seattle, and Los Angeles
- Day, dusk and night flying modes
- user-variable weather from clear blue skies to grey cloudy conditions
- Full flight instrumentation
- VOR, ILS, ADF and DME avionics
- Navigation facilities and course plotting
- Flight handbook and information manual

5.25 floppy disk, Pilots operating handbook, Flight physics and aircraft control manual, reference card, overlay, all in original box.

Flight Simulator II Floppy (5.25")

User Comments
Wammy on Saturday, December 27, 2008
I remember this title was the one I'd get out to impress adults that weren't computer savvy. Space games and adventure games wouldn't impress but get out Flight Sim II and suddenly the Boomers were interested. Frankly I didn't quite have the patience that was required to learn all the features of every key but I did manage to keep aloft long enough to fly through the twin towers in New York! That seems so strange now, considering all that's happened. Great simulator... impressive even for an 8 bit.
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