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Known as "The Computer Flight People", subLOGIC (Sublogic Communications Corporation) was a small game company based in Champaign, Illinois. They are best known for the development of Microsoft's original Flight Simulator series in the 1980s, as well as their own flight simulators such as Jet in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

subLOGIC was bought by Sierra in 1995. The subLOGIC name is no longer used; related products are released under the Dynamix label also owned by Sierra.

Credited on 29 Games from 1980 to 1997

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Sierra Pro Pilot 98: The Complete Flight Simulator (1997 on Windows)
Flight Light Plus (1996 on DOS)
Flight Assignment: Airline Transport Pilot (1990 on DOS)
UFO (1989 on DOS)
Stealth Mission (1988 on Commodore 64)
Flight Simulator with Torpedo Attack (1988 on MSX, PC-88)
Microsoft Flight Simulator (v3.0) (1988 on DOS)
Night Mission Pinball (v3.0) (1988 on DOS)
Jet: Version 2.0 (1987 on DOS)
Microsoft Flight Simulator (1986 on Macintosh)
Football (1986 on DOS, Commodore 64)
Pure-Stat Baseball (1986 on Commodore 64, Apple II, DOS)
Thunderchopper (1986 on DOS, Commodore 64, Apple II)
Jet (1985 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)
Microsoft Flight Simulator (v2.0) (1984 on PC Booter)
Flight Simulator II (1984 on Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64...)
Ghostly Manor (1982 on Atari 8-bit)
Microsoft Flight Simulator (v1.0) (1982 on PC Booter)
Night Mission Pinball (1982 on PC Booter, Commodore 64, Apple II...)
Road Block (1982 on Apple II)

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History +


subLOGIC was purchased by Sierra


subLOGIC was created by Bruce Artwick

Trivia +

subLOGIC released a biannual newsletter called "Computer Flight Newsbriefs". Each issue was 4-6 pages long, and contained info on new/upcoming products, marketing strategy, and a list of products available for direct order.


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