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Flight Simulator (1986)
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Take to the air...without leaving home.

The most popular recreation program ever made for personal computer now brings the thrill of flying to your Macintosh.

Developed especially for Microsoft by Bruce A. Artwick of Sublogic, Flight Simulator takes full advantage of the Macintosh's advanced features to heighen realism and excitement. The high-resolution monochrome display gives you crisp three-dimensional landscapes. Multiple windows improve your perspective because you can view your plane from a control tower or chase plane while still looking out of the cockpit. Or check your progress on aerial map without taking your eyes off the control panel.

When you're ready to take to the air, you can choose from three aircraft options: a high-performance, single-engine plane; a fast, responsive business jet; or a World War 1 Ace fighter. Flight Simulator's authentic instrumentation and the ability to set your own conditions (including weather and aircraft reliability) guarantee you'll have a totally realistic flight.

Microsoft® Flight Simulator: it's great recreation for seasoned pilots, an enthralling introduction for newcomers - and just plain fun for everyone.

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Platforms: Macintosh (680x0)
Media: 1x 3.5" Single-Sided Floppy (400K)
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