Abandonware DOS title

Jet

Jet is an abandoned vehicle simulation game developed by subLOGIC and released by subLOGIC in 1985. Jet runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga, Atari ST, C64, ZX Spectrum, Apple II.
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Platforms
DOS
Rating
4.07 / 5.00 (15 votes)

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Jet review

The Games Machine (1988): "Control and speed of the jet is slightly faster than on the Amiga but the movement is not as smooth, leading to some large steps in flight movement. The combination of extremely sensitive fly-by-wire control and high rate of execution makes the plane virtually uncontrollable when it goes into a spin, pulls high-G turns or makes violent aerial manoeuvres. The uneven frame update and over-responsive controls leave the game difficult to play."

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Additional info about Jet

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard
Also published for: Amiga, Atari ST, C64, ZX Spectrum, Apple II
Abandonware DOS views: 7826
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Comments

  • AbandonwareDOS 09/02/2024 06:28
    Hey Tokakeriby, you're right! I just added jet version 1.
  • Tokakeriby 08/02/2024 14:54
    Version 1.0 www.xtcabandonware.com/game/495/jet
  • Evert 07/05/2023 11:01
    The file linked to here is version 2.12, released in 1987. I was looking for the version that was released in 1985. Also, not able to get the sound to work. :(
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