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Jet

Jet
Jet

SystemDOS

subLOGIC

DOS

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Release Date: 1/1/1985
Manufacturer: subLOGIC
 
Jet is a flight simulator originally published in 1985 by subLOGIC. The game was based on subLOGIC's classic Flight Simulator. The player may choose either an F-16 Fighting Falcon for land missions or an F-18 Hornet for missions starting at sea from an aircraft carrier. The player can also practice flying and aerobatics in "free flight" mode, dogfight against Soviet MiGs, launch strikes against land or sea based targets, watch a demo, or load a subLOGIC scenery disk. For either combat mode, the player can to select which missiles and bombs the plane will have.

Most of the indicators on a real jet fighter are present in Jet: altimeter, heading, frame loading, gear status, brake status, fuel level, radar, attitude, and range. The player can turn a few of these on and off. The controls consist of either the joystick or numeric keypad for steering and other keys to handle the chosen optional indicators, landing gear, weapons, and a eject button. Different perspectives can be chosen - a view from the control tower instead of the jet's cockpit.

An updated version called Jet 2.0 was released for DOS in 1987.

The game was released in 1985 for DOS and the Commodore 64, 1986 for the Apple II, 1988 for the Atari ST and Amiga, and 1989 for the Macintosh and NEC PC-9801.

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