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Chuck Yeager's Flight Simulator (1990-91)

Posted on 1997-11-09
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I have been trying to find a copy of an old game I think is run under DOS. It is a sort of simple flight simulator and I think it was called Chuck Yeager's Flight Simulator. Does anybody know where I could get a copy of this program? I played it years ago and really liked it. Also, if you know of any other older flight sim games, I wouldn't mind that either. Hope to get an answer soon.
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by:busuka
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This is one of links:
http://cd-rom-guide.com/cdprod1/cdhrec/002/491.shtml

(unless you search for WAREZ version :)

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by:saheb
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the program I am looking for is not a combat game. it is an old flight simulator that ran on a 386 that had win 3.0. so I am assuming the program was probably a DOS program. It was called "Chuck Yeager's Flight Simulator" (I think)
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I have a copy of Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer. This could be what you are looking for. It is a pretty old game that I have had for a long time. I believe it would run on an 8088. It has refrences to Tandy 1000SX in it and I believe that was an 8088 processor so it would run on a 386. This is a DOS based game. I also have a copy of Airplane Factory whiich allowed you to creat more planes for use in Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer. Please contact me with questions or if you want to buy or trade.
-david
madman@centuryinter.net
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i think that Chuck Yeager FLight Trainer fails to run on a pentium tho... Atleast my Chuck Yeager Air combat doesnt run on my Pentium / Pentium Pro machines
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