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

Overlord
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F-15 Strike Eagle III
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Chuck Yeager's Air Combat
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1942: The Pacific Air War

DOS1994protected4.3/5 MicroProse Software
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3-D Helicopter Simulator

DOS19873.7/5 Sierra On-Line
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A-10 Tank Killer

DOS19894.3/5 Dynamix
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A320 Airbus

DOS19934.2/5 Thalion
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ACE 2

DOS19873.4/5 Artronic Limited
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Ace of Aces

DOS19873.9/5 Artech Studios
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Aces of the Pacific

DOS19924.3/5 Dynamix
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Aces Over Europe

DOS19934.2/5 Dynamix
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Advanced Tactical Fighter 2

DOS19904.1/5 Digital Integration
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After Burner

DOS19893.6/5 Sega
After Burner is an abandoned DOS combat flight simulation game with elements of rail shooters, with similarities to earlier Sega titles like Space Harrier. After Burner was designed by Yu Suzuki and developed by Sega as a coin-op and then converted to various home computers and consoles in 1989.
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Air Strike USA

DOS19904.1/5 Digital Integration
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Air Traffic Controller

DOS19854.2/5 Cascoly Software
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Air Trax

DOS19833.4/5
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Apache Longbow

DOSWindows XP/98/951995protected4.5/5 Digital Integration
apachestrike-3

Apache strike

DOS19893.3/5 Activision
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Armour-Geddon

DOS19923.9/5 Psygnosis
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ATAC: The Secret War Against Drugs

DOS19924.3/5 Argonaut Games
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B-1 Nuclear Bomber

DOS19813.6/5 Avalon Hill
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B-17 Flying Fortress

DOS19924.2/5 MicroProse Software
B-17 Flying Fortress is a single-player historical combat flight simulation game designed by Mike Brunton, developed and released by MicroProse Software in 1992 for DOS, Amiga and Atari ST. As the title suggests, it's a simulation of the B-17 heavy bomber, set during World War II. Flight is not the only aspect of the game you are involved with: you...
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B-24 Combat Simulator

DOS1987protected3.5/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
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Battlehawks 1942

DOS19884.3/5 LucasArts
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Blue Angels: Formation Flight Simulation

DOS19894.3/5 Artech Studios
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Blue Max: Aces of the Great War

DOS1990protected4.2/5 Artech Studios
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Chuck Yeager's Air Combat

DOS19914.3/5 Electronic Arts
Chuck Yeager's Air Combat is a combat flight simulation video game released in 1991 by Electronic Arts. The game is named after and endorsed by the real-life aviation legend, Chuck Yeager, who was the first pilot to break the sound barrier. In Chuck Yeager's Air Combat players take on the role of a World War II fighter pilot, flying various ai...
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Comanche: Maximum overkill

DOS19924.2/5 NovaLogic
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Cougar Force

DOS19903.9/5 Coktel Vision
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David Wolf: Secret Agent

DOS19893/5 Dynamix
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Dawn Patrol

DOS19944.2/5 Rowan Software
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Dive Bomber

DOS19894/5