Flight Simulator 1 SuBLogic Bruce Artwick Exhibit Host sim Civil Flight Simulator Series year: 1981 article published: 1998 article updated: 2019-10-04 organisation: SuBLogic Flight Simulator 1 was one of the first flight sims released for personal computers. A whole generation of flight sim fans were hooked for life on the wire frame graphics and the "dogfighting" in the Sopwith Camel. The graphical splendour rested mainly in the mind of the player - but it was a beginning! This exhibit looks at the Apple ][, IBM and TRS-80 versions.
Michael Woodley reported: "At the time, there were three 6502 versions of FSII. There was one for the Apple II, one for the Commodore 64 and one for the Atari 800. When the the Atari ST and Amiga were introduced (which ran the Motorolla 68000 processor), new versions were released for those machines, for the Tandy and for the MacIntosh through Microsoft. The versions of FSII for the 6502 processor DID have solid filled graphics not just wireframe."
Flight Simulator II SuBLogic Bruce Artwick Video year: 1983 organisation: SuBLogic
Michael Woodley reported: ""In 1984, I was hired as the 4th engineer at subLOGIC Bruce Artwick, Dave Denhart, Charles Guy and myself were the entire engineering department there. I was hired specifically to develop scenery for all the Flight Simulators. | READ ON
Flight Simulator Series Microsoft SuBLogic Josef Havlik Flight Simulator Series History Video organisation: SuBLogic organisation: Microsoft
This website IS dedicated to the detailed description of the Microsoft Flight Simulator history. This in fact means, that it includes subLOGIC Flight Simulator and few relate add-ons as well. In my opinion, it is necessary to save the information for history. My website started in 2005 and I hope that it will be the most accurate and valuable source of information for you. - Josef Havlík.