1942 The Pacific Air War Exhibit Combat year: 1994 developer: Microprose publisher: Microprose Missions were historically based -- you might be flying a CAP over Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, or defending the USS Enterprise, or dive bombing the IJN carriers at the Battle of Midway. Careers started in the planes appropriate to the year of the war (e.g. F4F in 1942) -- if you survived, you could move up to the Hellcat when it became available.
1942 The Pacific Air War Aircraft: Flyable year: 1994 publisher: Microprose Fighters: F4F Wildcat, F6F Hellcat, F4U Corsair, Japanese Zero
Dive bombers: SBD Dauntless, SB2C Helldiver, Japanese Val
Torpedo planes: Douglas Devastator, TBF Avenger
ATAC Combat year: 1992 developer: Microprose ATAC (Advanced Tactical Air Command) puts you in the position of group leader of a mixed squadron of F-22's and AH-64's deployed to Colombia by the United States. It required you to plan and fly the missions, thus adding a tactical depth rarely seen in flight sims to that time.
B-17 Flying Fortress: The Mighty Eighth Combat year: 2000 developer: Wayward Design publisher: Microprose article pub: 2000 B-17 The Mighty Eighth is a single or multiplayer simulation of the B17 Flying Fortress Bomber. You can also fly the escort fighter planes or Luftwaffe interceptors. The design, and some of the team members originate from the classic 1992 sim from Microprose "B17 Flying Fortress.
European Air War Combat year: 1999 developer: Microprose publisher: Microprose With this flight sim classic Microprose continued their tradition of creating sims which you could live in for months or even years, never getting bored. European Air War recreated the epic west European air battles which helped change the course of World History 1939 - 1945. Every aspect of this sim was superb, from the graphics and sounds to the atmospheric interfaces.
F-19 Stealth Fighter Advertising year: 1988 publisher: Microprose " Imagine Falcon - Imagine a few hundred square miles of fantasy.
Imagine F-29. Imagine a few thousand miles of fantasy.
Fly over 409,600 square miles of reality.
Fly the real thing.
Over 3,300 missions possible.
Graphical detail and depth of gameplay are claims made by others. Here they are reality.
Fly F-19 soon on your Atari ST and Commodore Amiga."