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Game #417
Flight Sim Toolkit   Collection: Open Source Games
Applications   Game creation

Rating: 8.99 (131 votes)

Flight Sim Toolkit box cover

Flight Sim Toolkit screenshot
Ever wanted to make your flight simulator? Well, this program has everything you need. You can create theatres of operations, model units, etc… There are several games built around this, the better being Tornado Squadron and WW2. Graphics can either be standard VGA or 640x480 SVGA, with sound support for Sound Blaster and compatibles. An aircraft’s characteristics are defined in an included editor, but the flight model is somewhat relaxed. This is a good program if you want to mess around with it, but more serious simmers should look for more flexible programs.

Simis planned to release FST2 by the end of 2002, but unfortunately it did not work out. As for now, X-Plane is the best you can get, and you can try it for free. There’s no combat involved, but the flight modelling is top notch and the aircraft design tool is very easy to use. And best of all: the source code has been released into the public domain by copyright holders who are now at Kuju. Download it today from the "download area" of Kuju's official website if you are a programmer who is interested in upgrading this great application to the next level :)

Reviewed by: Tiago

Designer: Jonathan Newth
Developer: Simis
Publisher: Domark
Year: 1993
Software Copyright: Simis
Theme: Design Tool
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
Where to get it:
Related Links: FST Megaweb, Flight Research Centre, Kuju.com (download source code)
Links:    
If you like this game, try: 3D Construction Kit, MiG-29 Fulcrum, Tornado

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