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From the back of the box:
    Climb into the cockpit of a Cessna 182 and get ready for almost anything in a flight simulation so realistic that even licensed pilots have their hands full with it.

    With Microsoft Flight Simulator you can create up to 30 flight modes. Take off and land at more than 80 airports. Alter the time of day, weather, or season to simulate the same conditions pilots face. And when you can take off in color on RGB, color-composite, or TV monitors, it really seems like you're flying.

    There's also support for optional joysticks and the Microsoft Mouse. Both provide better control of your instruments than the keyboard. And when you're facing everything from carburetor icing to enemy aircraft, you'll need it.

    Flight Simulator for the IBM PC was developed for Microsoft by Bruce A. Artwick of Sublogic.

    Contributed by Belboz (6577) on Aug 18, 2001.