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chino
Chino (the "Optics Dude")

Software

Chino reported:

On the hard drive... in order of recent activity:

1. FLY! - (the Fly2K version plus TerraScene 2 to generate new scenery)
2. Microsoft Combat Flight Sim 2
3. X-plane 5.42
4. European Air War
5. Total Air War
6. Flight Unlimited 3
7. F/A-18 by Janes
8. Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc
9. MiG Alley
10. Falcon 4.0
11. Jane's Fleet Command

On deck: B-17 Flying Fortress: The Mighty Eighth, and don't forget Jeppesen Private Flite School, multimedia training software to help me prepare for the FAA private pilot written exam.

I have a few "classics" I install and play every once in a while -- F-15 by Janes Combat Simulations and EF 2000 by Digital Image Design especially, but also Jane's 688i (sub sim) and Harpoon 97 (naval war game, played mostly on my notebook computer on long business trips). Of course with a DVD drive in my newest notebook, movies may displace some of this naval wargaming on the road.

European Air War recreated the air battles over Europe during World War 2.

EF 2000 - Eurofighter.

MiG Alley - 1999