Hi Imbar,

Well if I had the code for a flight sim I could try to convert it to a space 
sim.  Don't have the code for a flight sim though.  And to write one I would 
need degrees in mathematics, physics, aeronautics, geography and probably a 
couple more that I am not thinking of right now.  And heck I never even 
graduated high school.  Back then I was not yet legally blind, but I was a very 
very slow reader and reading always gave me bad headaches.  Now I could take 
Star Wars or Star Trek or Jetsons sounds and replace the sounds in my Puppy 1 
game and make that more of a space game.  But Puppy 1 is more of an arcade 
shooter game than a flight sim.  And it does not have actual mathematics, 
physics, aeronautics, and geography such as longitude, latitude, altitude and 
attitude etc.  Like the one flight sim that I played with when I had a tiny bit 
of sight.  It was the Microsoft flight sim version 5 for dos.  I was just 
playing around putting in longitude and latitude numbers and the next thing I 
knew I was flying around the statue of Liberty.  So then I tried to land on 
Ellis Island, which didn't work.  But I did fly under the Brooklyn bridge.  Was 
never able to land on it though.  And then I flew between the Twin Towers.  Umm 
occasionally crashing into them.  I wonder how many programmers with how many 
degrees it takes to write a flight sim like the Microsoft flight sim programs.



I got my degree from Briggs and Stratton.

(440) 286-6920
Chardon Ohio USA
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