Now you can play your favorite Microsoft Flight Simulator game in your browser. Microsoft Flight Simulator is one of the most popular and beloved games, but only for those with the highest end PC hardware, high bandwidth and storage. Thanks to software engineer and blogger Sebastian Macke, every fan can now enjoy the game directly in the web browser.
Play Microsoft Flight Simulator game in browser
Macke has created a Github.com page that lets you play older versions of the game, all in your browser using your keyboard as controls. He named him FSH history where you can play and enjoy Microsoft Flight Simulator versions 1982, 1984, 1988 and 1989.
All four versions are compatible with popular web browsers and you can use keyboard and mouse to control flights. The best part is that you can also run them on your mobile browser, however a PC keyboard will give you a better experience. If you’ve played the newer versions of Flight Simulator, you might not really like the graphics here, but again, you can play them right in your browser.
The commands with the keyboard are quite simple where the arrows work as direction, F1 and F4 are for thrust, and F5 and F8 are for flaps. For gear, sight, and options, you can use the G, S, and A, B, C keys. There are four separate tabs to select which version of the game you want to play.
Although the graphics have undoubtedly evolved a lot over the period, the previous versions were just as enjoyable. Not to mention that MS Flight Simulator is best known for its best graphics and realistic flight experience. The game offers to travel the world in amazing detail with over 2 million cities, 37,000 airports, real mountains, trees, roads, rivers, traffic, animals and much more.
Microsoft released the latest version Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020” recently and the fans went crazy. There couldn’t have been a better time to post it when Covid-19 put a damper on real-life travel. Fans can now travel with the game without worrying about any pandemic, no matter where they want to go and how far they want to fly.
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Well, not the latest version, but FSHistory will at least allow you to experience the game’s history. It is an open source program written by Macke in C language and it allows you to play the first four versions of the game directly in your browser. If this interests you, go to Github page and start flying.