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On Wednesday 20 June 2001 22:40, Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> Interesting... Hmmm. The first Flight Simulator to run on a PC
> ran on a 4.47 MHz PC/XT. The core state-machine ran off the BIOS
> timer-tick at 18.206 ticks/second. It was written in MASM by me.
> The graphics was written by many PROGRAM EXCHANGE contributors and
> was written in Turbo Pascal. I was the "SysOp" of that BBS system
> in the days when the Internet was nothing more than a college-to
> -college experiment.
>
> It required 256k or RAM and had the flight dynamics of a real
> Cessna 150 airplane.

I could have sworn I ran it on a 64K machine.

Now, how did Bruce Artwick and Sublogic fit into this?

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Daniel
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