Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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12th May, 2006


Title - Pacific Storm
Release Date - June 2006
Developer - Buka Entertainment
Publisher - GMX Media
Comments -


Title - Los Angeles (2006)
Host sim - Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Release Date - 04/05/2006
Developer -
Publisher - Cloud 9
Comments -


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Scenery Perth - a 1996 addon for Microsoft Flight Sim 95.
Title - Scenery Perth
Host sim - Microsoft Flight Simulator 95
Release Date - 1996
Developer - RHOV2
Publisher - PC Aviator
Comments - PC Aviator's first published addon for Microsoft Flight Simulator 5.

Back to Baghdad
Title - Back to Baghdad
Release Date - 1996
Developer - Military Simulations Inc.
Publisher -
Comments - Back to Baghdadwas an F-16 simulation set in the Gulf War (1991) . It was a DOS sim with claims to high fidelity of flight model and weapons systems modelling and was priced about 30% higher than other PC sims at the time. The publishers Military Simulations Inc. went on to specialise in military sims and released no more products for the home market. It was unique in that it supported a second monitor for the radar display - and this while running in DOS !

"As well as the exhibits, there are a host of combat flying tips,links and resources - and don't forgot to sign the visitors book. The team at MiGMan's Combat diary have done a fantastic job cataloging the history of desktop flight simulations. We owe them a great many thanks for all their combined efforts, helping us to remember the heritage of this ever-expanding hobby."
Kenji Takeda - PC Gaming World Feb, 2000.