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For all other uses, see Flight simulator (disambiguation).
Microsoft Flight Simulator (often abbreviated as MSFS or FS) is a series of flight simulator programs, marketed as video games, for the Microsoft Windows, and earlier, the MS-DOS and Macintosh, operating systems.
In 1982, Artwick's company licensed a version of Flight Simulator for the IBM PC to Microsoft, which marketed it as Microsoft Flight Simulator 1.00.
In 2009 Microsoft closed down Aces Game Studio, which was the department responsible for creating and maintaining the flight simulator series.
The 2004 release (version 9) marked the celebration of one hundred years of powered flight and had only one edition.
sub LOGIC continued to develop for other platforms and ported Flight Simulator II to the Apple II in 1983, the Commodore 64, MSX and Atari 800 in 1984, and to the Amiga and Atari ST in 1986.Microsoft Flight Simulator began as a set of articles written by Bruce Artwick in 1976 about a 3D computer graphics program.When the magazine editor said that subscribers wanted to buy the program, Bruce Artwick set to work to create it and incorporated a company called sub LOGIC Corporation in 1977.It is one of the longest-running, best-known and most comprehensive home flight simulator programs on the market.It was an early product in the Microsoft application portfolio and differed significantly from Microsoft's other software, which was largely business-oriented.
Meanwhile, Bruce Artwick left sub LOGIC and founded The Bruce Artwick Organization to continue his work on subsequent Microsoft releases, beginning with Microsoft Flight Simulator 3.0 in 1988.