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A2-FS1 Flight Simulator

A2-FS1 Flight Simulator

Apple II - Released - 1979

SubLogic Flight Simulator was the first realistic flight simulation game ever produced, and the first of a series. This is the game that would eventually become what we know today as the MicroSoft Flight Simulator series.

Flight Assignment: Airline Transport Pilot

Flight Assignment: Airline Transport Pilot

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Airline Transport Pilot is an advanced simulator from subLOGIC, that allows you to fly airliners, such as Boeing 737, 747, 767 or Airbus A320. The graphics engine was improved, with two dozen different airports across the entire continental US, some buildings in major cities, and radio beacons all across the country. And for the first time in flight sim history, Air Traffic Control. The AI ATC will actually give you directions!

Flight Light Plus

Flight Light Plus

MS-DOS - Released - February 1, 1996

After the split-up with Microsoft, subLOGIC proceeded to create their own concept of what a simple flight simulator should be like. Taking cues from both Microsoft Flight Simulator 3 and Flight Assignment: ATP, Flight offers both free flight and over 200 "flight assignments" for beginner pilot training. Five small aircraft are included: Cessna CitationJet, Beachcraft Bonanza, Cessna 172, Piper Cherokee, and Mooney 201. Scenery includes airports across the entire United States, including four metropolitan regions in detail, plus Montreal and Toronto, Canada. Owners of subLOGIC's Great...

Flight Simulator II

Flight Simulator II

Apple II - Released - 1984

This flight simulator simulates a real aircraft, the Piper PA-28-181 Archer II. For those with the knowledge, it offers practice with the variables of flight, including the avionics. The Atari ST and Amiga releases instead simulate the Cessna 182RG single engine propeller aircraft and the Gates Learjet 25G twin engine jet. The game has more features than first generation flight simulators. Pilots are expected to pay attention to small details. SubLOGIC encouraged the players to go to flight stores and purchase flight-training manuals and aeronautical charts to help them understand the...

Flight Simulator II

Flight Simulator II

Atari XEGS - Released - 1987

This flight simulator simulates a real aircraft, the Piper PA-28-181 Archer II. For those with the knowledge, it offers practice with the variables of flight, including the avionics. The Atari ST and Amiga releases instead simulate the Cessna 182RG single engine propeller aircraft and the Gates Learjet 25G twin engine jet. The game has more features than first generation flight simulators. Pilots are expected to pay attention to small details. SubLOGIC encouraged the players to go to flight stores and purchase flight-training manuals and aeronautical charts to help them understand the...

Flight Simulator II

Flight Simulator II

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1986

This flight simulator simulates a real aircraft, the Cessna 182RG single engine propeller aircraft and the Gates Learjet 25G twin engine jet. The game has more features than first generation flight simulators. Pilots are expected to pay attention to small details. SubLOGIC encouraged the players to go to flight stores and purchase flight-training manuals and aeronautical charts to help them understand the variables within the program. The game is oriented toward pilots-in-training, but there are options for laymen too: an easy mode, and a slightly more detailed reality mode. These modes do...

Flight Simulator II

Flight Simulator II

Atari ST - Released - 1986

This flight simulator simulates a real aircraft, the Piper PA-28-181 Archer II. For those with the knowledge, it offers practice with the variables of flight, including the avionics. The Atari ST and Amiga releases instead simulate the Cessna 182RG single engine propeller aircraft and the Gates Learjet 25G twin engine jet. The game has more features than first generation flight simulators. Pilots are expected to pay attention to small details. SubLOGIC encouraged the players to go to flight stores and purchase flight-training manuals and aeronautical charts to help them understand the...

Flight Simulator II

Flight Simulator II

Atari 800 - Released - 1984

This flight simulator simulates a real aircraft, the Piper PA-28-181 Archer II. For those with the knowledge, it offers practice with the variables of flight, including the avionics. The Atari ST and Amiga releases instead simulate the Cessna 182RG single engine propeller aircraft and the Gates Learjet 25G twin engine jet. The game has more features than first generation flight simulators. Pilots are expected to pay attention to small details. SubLOGIC encouraged the players to go to flight stores and purchase flight-training manuals and aeronautical charts to help them understand the...

Flight Simulator with Torpedo Attack

Flight Simulator with Torpedo Attack

NEC PC-8801 - Released - 1988

A spin-off from the subLOGIC's Flight Simulators (which also included a combat mode), Flight Simulator with Torpedo Attack puts the player at the controls of a Nakajima B6N Tenzan ("Jill"), a Japanese World War 2 torpedo bomber, with the task to complete 10 missions, featuring torpedo runs against ships, bombing enemy airbase, dogfight with hostile aircraft. The 3D wireframe world features few islands with airfields. Instrument panel displays simplified digital readouts.

Flight Simulator with Torpedo Attack

Flight Simulator with Torpedo Attack

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1988

Climb into the pilot's seat of your Nakajima Tenzan torpedo/bomber airplane and head for the skies! You are assigned to fly front-line air support over enemy territory in preparation for a major assault by your forces. Your mission: torpedo the enemy's ships, bomb his airbases, and use your machine guns to shoot down enemy aircraft. Complete ten different combat missions and you will be awarded the Silver Star medal for outstanding heroism under fire!

Jet

Jet

Commodore Amiga - 1988

Based on subLOGIC's classic Flight Simulator. Choose either an F-16 Fighting Falcon for land missions or an F-18 Hornet for missions starting at sea from an aircraft carrier. You can practice flying and aerobatics in "free flight" mode, dogfight against Soviet MiGs, launch strikes against land or sea based targets, watch a demo, or load a subLOGIC scenery disk. For either combat mode, you get to select which missiles and bombs your plane will have. Most of the indicators a real jet fighter would have are present: altimeter, heading, frame loading, gear status, brake status, fuel level,...

Jet

Jet

MS-DOS - Released - 1985

Based on subLOGIC's classic Flight Simulator. Choose either an F-16 Fighting Falcon for land missions or an F-18 Hornet for missions starting at sea from an aircraft carrier. You can practice flying and aerobatics in "free flight" mode, dogfight against Soviet MiGs, launch strikes against land or sea based targets, watch a demo, or load a subLOGIC scenery disk. For either combat mode, you get to select which missiles and bombs your plane will have. Most of the indicators a real jet fighter would have are present: altimeter, heading, frame loading, gear status, brake status, fuel level,...

Jet

Jet

Atari ST - Released - 1988

Based on subLOGIC's classic Flight Simulator. Choose either an F-16 Fighting Falcon for land missions or an F-18 Hornet for missions starting at sea from an aircraft carrier. You can practice flying and aerobatics in "free flight" mode, dogfight against Soviet MiGs, launch strikes against land or sea based targets, watch a demo, or load a subLOGIC scenery disk. For either combat mode, you get to select which missiles and bombs your plane will have. Most of the indicators a real jet fighter would have are present: altimeter, heading, frame loading, gear status, brake status, fuel level,...

Jet 2.0

Jet 2.0

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

The game is a very improved version of SubLOGIC's Jet. Improvements is made for overall speed, flight characteristics, higher precision calculations, smooth zooming, game menu, video modes support, and system functions. Mouse control and landing gear was added. This time, game may be loaded via scenery files (no longer only scenery disks). Scenery disks of previous versions of the game may be converted to the files of new format also. New 10-minute demonstration includes sample aerobatics, target strike simulation, parachute ejection, positioned text messages as demo progresses, and...

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1986

Flight Simulator for the Apple Macintosh became the third port of FS to a Motorola 68000 platform, following the Amiga and Atari ST. However, Microsoft, rather than subLOGIC, published the Mac version. While the first Mac release was dubbed "Version 1.0", it was in fact released four years after Version 1.0 for the PC, and thus was much different in nature. The graphics engine was much closer to Flight Simulator II for the Amiga and Atari ST. Naturally, the Mac edition was monochrome only, but at a higher resolution. The mouse was used for the throttle, yoke, and brakes, while the keyboard...

Microsoft Flight Simulator (v1.0)

Microsoft Flight Simulator (v1.0)

MS-DOS - Released - 1982

Even back in 1982, Microsoft's first release of Flight Simulator was advanced enough to meet FAA regulations, giving players full control of the instrument panel. The sim is loaded with features, configurable for any experience level, and includes more than 20 airports with varied terrain.

Microsoft Flight Simulator (v2.0)

Microsoft Flight Simulator (v2.0)

MS-DOS - Released - May 1, 1994

The second version of Microsoft's flight simulator. Just like the ones that came after, it was a very sophisticated simulator for its time. Major added features included more hardware support, more simulation variables, and many overall tweaks.

Microsoft Flight Simulator (v3.0)

Microsoft Flight Simulator (v3.0)

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

A flight simulator featuring three different planes, over 100 different airports and maps for major U.S. cities. Microsoft Flight Simulator also includes formation flying, a NAV system and a few other bells and whistles.

Night Mission Pinball

Night Mission Pinball

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Night Mission Pinball is a pinball game simulation. You can change many physical parameters of the machine to suit your playing style or your whim such as the number of balls, ball speed, the incline of the machine, the kick off the bumpers, etc. It supports 1-4 players and is controlled by the keyboard or joystick.

Night Mission Pinball (v3.0)

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

Updated version of the original classic computer pinball game. Night Mission Pinball is a pinball game simulation. You can change many physical parameters of the machine to suit your playing style or your whim such as the number of balls, ball speed, the incline of the machine, the kick off the bumpers, etc. It supports 1-4 players and is controlled by the keyboard or joystick.

Scenery Disk 7

Scenery Disk 7

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Scenery Disk 7 is a scenery add-on for subLOGIC's Flight Simulator II, Flight Assignment: Airline Transport Pilot, UFO, Jet, Thunderchopper, Stealth Mission, it can also be used with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.x. It covers the areas of Washington, Charlotte, Jacksonville and Miami, adding airports, landmarks, visual detail and navigational aids.

Space Vikings

Space Vikings

Apple II - Released - 1982

In Space Vikings the player flies a space craft with the ability to shoot at other ships. The goal of the game is to take over a planet so you can loot it to get things to sell for credits which can be used to buy troops, tanks, missiles, transports, and fighters.

STAR Scenery Disk: San Francisco & The Bay Area

STAR Scenery Disk: San Francisco & The Bay Area

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

STAR Scenery Disk: San Francisco Area is a scenery add-on for subLOGIC Flight Simulator II, Microsoft Flight Simulator 1.0 and 2.x. It covers the area of San Francisco in great detail through providing a higher amount of buildings, landmarks and more detailed display of airport layouts. Additionally, an optional fog layer can be turned on, which is not available in other Scenery Disks or in the standard Flight Simulator software. STAR Scenery Disks such as this one allow the pilot to experience an enhancement of the flying environment through added airports, landmarks, visual details and...

Sublogic Scenery Disk: Japan Scenery Disk

Sublogic Scenery Disk: Japan Scenery Disk

Atari ST - DLC - 1987

Japan Scenery Disk is a scenery add-on for subLOGIC's Flight Simulator II, Microsoft Flight Simulator 1.0 and 2.x. It can also be used for UFO, Jet and Stealth Mission. It covers Tokyo to Osaka area in great details. Highlights of this scenery are: downtown Tokyo, Palace grounds, Mt Fuji, Shin Kansen bullet train network and Osakajo castle. Furthermore the airports are highly detailed and include towers. This will provide scenery for VFR flights, while the provided navaids will allow for IFR flights. Scenery Disks such as this one allow the pilot to experience an enhancement of the...

Sublogic Scenery Disk: Western European Tour Scenery Disk

Sublogic Scenery Disk: Western European Tour Scenery Disk

Atari ST - DLC - 1988

Scenery Disk "Western European Tour" is a scenery add-on for subLOGIC Flight Simulator II, Microsoft Flight Simulator 1.0 and 2.x. It covers the following areas of Western Europe: - Southern UK - details of London, Stonehenge, Chalk Figures. - Northern France - Paris, Eiffel Tower, Tour Montparnasse, Sacre Coeur Cathedral - Southern West Germany - Detailed cities of Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Nurnberg. - Bonus cities: Helsinki and Moscow (Red Square). Scenery Disks such as this one allow the pilot to experience an enhancement of the flying environment through added airports,...

Thunderchopper

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

Thunderchopper puts you in a Hughes 530 MG Defender helicopter, and offers several modes of play. First is training, intended to simulate the movement and physics of the real chopper. Next are rescue and combat missions, which test your perception, precision, and reflexes. For further challenges, there are finally sea rescue and armed escort missions. Each mode has three levels of difficulty. You have a limited selection of guns and missiles for combat, and an onboard computer guides you through missions. If you get bored with the game scenery, you can load scenery disks from subLOGIC's...

UFO

UFO

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

Using the 3D terrain modeling system designed for Bruce Artwick's famous Flight Simulator series, subLogic created a whole new flight simulator - UFO. You control a UFO (with controls unlike those in any earthly vehicle), careening and skidding around the earth under the power of standard thrusters or a gluon disruptor propulsion system, avoiding detection by humans (you can use your translucer to become radar-invisible), in a search for fuel for your species' galactic ships. You can return to your mother ship and trade your scavenged fuel for additional supplies. (Your mother-ship docking...

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