Abandonware DOS title

Flight simulations

The most common kind of vehicle simulation is without doubt flight simulation involving planes or helicopters of any kind. There are two distinct types of flight simulation games: the ones focused on aerial combat (often involving historical scenarios, missions, etc.) and the ones based on civilian flight.

Most popular flight simulation games

Extreme Assault
vehicle simulationDOS
B-17 Flying Fortress
vehicle simulationDOS
Microsoft Flight Simulator 4.0
vehicle simulationDOS, Mac

Flight simulation games

  • gforce-flight-02
    DOS19893.9/5 Simbiosis Interactive
  • f117a-2
    DOS1991protected4.1/5 MicroProse Software
  • overlord-05
    DOS19943.6/5 Rowan Software
  • red-baron-05
    DOS1990protected4/5 Dynamix
  • secret-weapons-of-the-luftwaffe-04
    DOS19914.1/5 LucasArts
  • simcopter-08
    Windows XP/98/9519964/5 Maxis
  • soloflight-4
    DOS19853.6/5 MicroProse Software

    Not many people know that the first games created by Sid Meier were flight simulations. Solo Flight was published by MicroProse in 1983 for Commodore 64, Apple II, Atari, and a year later, in 1984, for PC. The game takes place in the United States. As a fliying mailmain, the goal of the game is to deliver mail across the U.S.A.

  • strike-commander-04
    DOS1993protected4.1/5 Origin Systems

    Strike Commander is combat flight simulation game created by Chris Roberts (the designer behind Wing Commander) and Jeff George. Strike Commander was developed by Origin Systems and released by Electronic Arts in 1993 for DOS.

  • stunt-island-05
    DOS1992protected4.2/5 The Assembly Line
  • super-huey-2-1
    DOS1988protected3.6/5 Cosmi Corporation
  • super-huey-1
    DOS1985protected4/5 Cosmi Corporation
  • dambusters-1
    DOS19854/5 Sydney Development
  • battle-of-britain-05
    DOS19894.1/5 LucasArts

    Their Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain is an abandoned historical combat flight simulation game set in Great Britain (obviously) during World War 2. Their Finest Hour was designed by Lawrence Holland, developed and released by LucasArts in 1989 for DOS, Amiga, Atari ST.

  • thud-ridge-05
    DOS19882.8/5 ACME Interactive
  • thunderhawk-4
    DOS19924.1/5 Core Design
  • tomahawk-1
    DOS19873.7/5 Digital Integration
  • topgun-3
    DOS19873.5/5 Ocean Software

    Top Gun is an abandoned flight combat simulation game developed by Ocean Software and released by Thunder Mountain in 1987 for DOS and a number of other 8 bit platforms. As the title suggests, Top Gun is based on the movie of the same name starring Tom Cruise.

  • tornado-desert-storm-03
    DOS1993protected4.2/5 Digital Integration
  • tracon-for-win-01
    Windows 3.x19934.1/5 Wesson International