Abandonware DOS title

Microsoft Space Simulator

Microsoft Space Simulator is an abandoned vehicle simulation game developed by The Bruce Artwick Organization and released by Microsoft in 1994. Microsoft Space Simulator runs on DOS.
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Microsoft Space Simulator review

Electronic Games (1995): "Microsoft Space Simulator is hard to recommend to traditional game players as it is slow-paced, non-narrative and nothing dies at the player’s hands. Weak spots include a limited number of pre-constructed missions and a unimaginative use of sound and music.
Nonetheless, this is a game which sticks to its own guns, and serves up hours of enlightened interaction instead of adrenaline and anxiety. This isn’t a kid’s edutainment title precisely, but there’s plenty that is educational about it. Parents would do well to sit and play MSS with their kids, and everyone involved could learn a thing or two. MSS offers up interactivity which challenges the mind, and those with patience will be well rewarded."

Additional info about Microsoft Space Simulator

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick, thrustmaster
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom
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