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ESRB Rating: Everyone
As Real As It Gets
For over 17 years, the Microsoft Flight Simulator series has defined unsurpassed quality and realism. And now, representing the largest leap forward in the history of the Flight Simulator franchise, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000 presents breathtaking 3D landscapes and a larger fleet with two new aircraft to fly. Plus, with over 20,000 airports, you can land just about anywhere in the world. Get ready to soar.
Additional Features Include:
Flight Planner, GPS, and moving map - track your position and ground speed along the route you've planned.
Navigation and airport information from the worldwide Jeppesen NavData database.
Detailed printed manual and reference guide featuring flight lessons from well-known aviation author and lecturer Rod Machado, plus articles from AOPA, the world's leading pilot organization.
Six High-Resolution Destinations:
Multimedia PC with a Pentium 166 MHz or faster microprocessor, Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows 98 operating system or Windows NT Workstation operating system version 4.0 with Service Pack 3, 32MB of RAM (64MB for NT), 350 MB of available hard disk space (430MB recommended), 50MB of available hard disk space for swap file, quad speed or higher CD-ROM drive, Super VGA, 16 bit color monitor, Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device, joystick or flight yoke, Microsoft DirectSound 7.0 API compatible sound card with speakers or headphones for audio.
Optional: 3D graphics accelerator card or chip with 4MB memory, compatible with Microsoft Direct3D version 7.0 API, SSE or 3DNow instruction set microprocessor, Force Feedback peripherals compatible with Microsoft DirectX 7.0 API. Internet features require Internet access.
Tested OK on Windows XP.
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