Microsoft Flight sim.

  six-h 16:07 23 Feb 06
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My pc runs xp service pack 1, I found moviemaker by accident, am I likely to find flight sim, or is it a stand alone pice of software, if so is it a free or paid for download?? any one know?

  Totally-braindead 16:46 23 Feb 06

Windows Moviemaker is part of Windows whereas a flight sim has to be bought seperately. Is that what you were asking cos I'm not sure what you mean.

  Diemmess 16:47 23 Feb 06

MS Flight Simulator is very definitely a separate application with a price tag.
ebay may be your best bargain, particularly if you settle for a superceded version.

  Totally-braindead 16:49 23 Feb 06

MS flight sim 98 is on budget for less than a fiver I think.

  Diemmess 16:51 23 Feb 06
  Genius1 17:04 23 Feb 06

six-h, if you don't mind waiting and really want flight sim, Flight Sim X is set to be released this Christmas (although with Microsoft who can tell?!).

  six-h 14:18 28 Feb 06

Thanks everyone, you have answered my query and given me some ideas on where to buy flightsim. Don't think I can wait till xmas 06 so I may head for e-bay !!

  rmcqua 14:24 28 Feb 06

six-h
Try to get the 2004 version. It's much better than its predecessors. You should be able to find it for Stg.25 or less.

  keef66 14:47 28 Feb 06

saw it in Tescos the other day for next to nowt. No idea which version though.
Wife wouldn't let me buy the 15000 sudoku puzzle disk either!

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