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P51 Mustang Flight Simulator

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p51mustang_2_90.zip (291.79 KB)
For System 6.x - System 7.0 - 7.6
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p51mustangdocs.zip
Emulation
This game works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

"P51 Mustang Flight Simulator is set in the European Theatre of WWII, during the summer of 1944. You'll be flying out of Leiston field, piloting the most successful fighter of that era, the P51 'Mustang.' This simulation has very realistic flight characteristics and an unparalleled 'feeling' of flight. Shoot Touch 'n' Goes with another Mustang, strafe ground targets, buzz the Eiffel Tower, and dogfight with Germany's formidable Me109. Complete replay feature allows previous few minutes of action to be viewed from any of 13 camera angles. You can also connect two Mac's via cable and battle a friend. Fly the best. $69.95" --advertisement from Bullseye Software

This is version 2.90 from the "Simulator CD Pack" published in 1994. The documentation for that disc must have been on paper; there are no online docs provided. However, docs from the floppy version (same version number) have been found, scanned, and uploaded as the "manual" download.

Read more about this developer's passing.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Runs in monochrome or 16 colors only.

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soudesune's picture
by soudesune - 2015, November 4 - 2:23pm

Review from contemporary magazine (MacFormat — August 1994) added.

iPadCaryMG's picture
by iPadCaryMG - 2013, March 12 - 4:45pm
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Holy Mother McCree ....

Both Don Hill & Eric Parker are the KINGS of boxmac World War II flight simulators!

Do you know how LONG I've been looking for this?!?

Mac Treasures didn't even have it.

I even went to Donald's website.

Unfortunately, he left us a few years ago, so all apps have been closed.

Yay Macintosh Garden!

hunter13's picture
by hunter13 - 2011, May 9 - 11:56pm

Thanks a lot! I never really used .dsk files.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2011, May 8 - 11:25pm

@hunter13: If you drag this .dsk onto a Disk Copy 6.3 icon it will launch and mount the .dsk on your desktop. You can then drag the mounted disk to any location on your hard drive and its installed. If using emulators such as Mini vMac, you can also drag the .dsk into an emulators window to mount it as a separate drive (works with Mini vMac, not sure about the others) and run the game from the mounted drive.

hunter13's picture
by hunter13 - 2011, May 8 - 9:26pm

I have no clue how to use the .dsk. I really want to check it out though.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2011, May 8 - 3:57am

Was able to get a couple of color screenshots on my trusty old Centris 660av, set to display 4 bit (16 colors), the only setting it accepts to display the game in color, it seems.

MCP's picture
by MCP - 2011, May 7 - 7:27am

I know this supports at least 16 colors, but I can't seem to get a screenshot of it on my PB 540c. Hopefully someone with an emulator can take one and upload it.