In 1984, Microsoft released their version 2 of Microsoft Flight Simulator for IBM PCs. This version made small improvements to MSFS1, including the graphics and a more precise simulation in general. It added joystick and mouse input, as well as support for RGB monitors (4-color CGA graphics), the IBM PCjr, and in later versions, Hercules graphics, and LCD displays for laptops. The new simulator expanded the scenery coverage to include a model of the entire United States, although the airports were limited to the same areas as in MSFS1. Over the next year or two, compatibility with subLOGIC Scenery Disks was provided, gradually covering the whole USA, Hawaii, Japan, and part of Europe.
Download Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.0
We might have the game available for more than one platform. Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.0 is currently available on these platforms:
IBM PC (1984)
How to play on Windows
- Download and Extract Flight_Simulator_in_DOSBox.zip
- Open the “Game Files” folder and run “DFend.exe”
- Choose Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.0 in the menu which shows up
- Play the game
- Credit goes to http://josef.havlik.sweb.cz/fshistoryenglish.htm for putting together this useful package.
Additional files, patches and fixes
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2.0 Screenshots