History of Microsoft Flight Simulator
A history of Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS), a very well-known and popular software package for flight simulation, it became a long-running series of updated versions of the title in the following years and is still popular today.
Flight simulator’s development began in 1977 by Bruce Artwick and his company subLOGIC. Microsoft Flight Simulator was designed as a software package for desktop computers. It allows the user to fly most categories of aircraft anywhere in the world. It is often called a game, but many would argue it is more accurately a simulation. Read More
Microsoft Flight Simulator X – Almost a Masterpiece?
Later on the 26th of January 2009, Microsoft confirmed the closure of the ACES studio via a post on the official FSInsider Web site, citing various difficulties within Microsoft which resulted in the entire Microsoft Flight Simulator team to be laid off.
It was devasting news for all flight-sim enthusiasts at the time, and it is amazing to stop and consider all of the events that have occurred since, and reflect upon the fact that the title has been reincarnated and continues to live on, albeit in a couple of different forms.To truly appreciate FSX, one needs to revisit the original version (Version 1.0) so that a full appreciation of the final product can be realized. Read More
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Pete Markovic – Publisher of Flight-Simmer.com