Title - Flight Simulator 1
Apple II version
Bill Sherwood reports:
This is the entire world that was simulated. Pretty basic, huh? : ) You could fly as far away as you liked, and nothing else appeared.
Tom Piercy responds:
"Not quite so, as I remember it. As you flew off into the barren wilderness (shades of Desert Storm) you actually came to another "world", identical to the first one, and so on ad infinitum (well, my stamina wasn't *that* great, but I did keep going for a long time) and every 15 minutes or so another "world" would slowly appear. You had to fly parallel to the "edges" of the "world" to come across them.
If you were in "war" mode the fighters would come up and attack you if you got near them. Pesky little devils they were, too; never did find out how to survive an attack by them. "
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