Last Updated: Mon, 16th Aug 2021 @ 13:08
Copyright: © 1985 subLOGIC (6 Titles)
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Last Played: A few days ago in United States by caofeomi
One of the earliest flight sims known to man is this Sublogic game withan awe-inspiring title G. Jet allowed you to fly an F-16 and an F/A-18,and you could fly off of a carrier. Although very primitive by today'sstandards, the game was revolutionary for its time, with as muchreal-world physics as would fit on a single 5.25" 360KB disk. TheCommodore 64 version, naturally, was superior to PC version due to a muchmore extensive color palette than 4-color CGA. Developed by Charles Guyusing Bruce Artwick's technology, Jet has the interesting feature ofbeing able to run Scenery Disks developed for Microsof'ts FlightSimulator. When the game was released, it was the be-all and end-all atthe time, with some ground-breaking elements, like remote views, guidedmissiles, etc. For those who want where flight sims come from : this istheir great-grandfather :) Note: Below, you can download a zip thatincludes a number of scenery disks from subLOGIC and Mallard. Theseinclude SD-1, SD-2, SD-3, SD-4, SD-5, SD-6, SD-7, SD-9, SD-11, SD-12,SD-HAW, MS-1 (Hawaii), MS-2 (Tahiti), and MS-4 (Japan). These scenariofiles can be used in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.12, 3.0, and 4.0, aswell as subLOGIC's JET, Flight Assignment: ATP, and Thunder Chopper.
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