I Have this wonderful game and is still in its box and in pristine condition
I think its from the 1990s – it will ONLY run on Windows 95/98
I have tried just about everything to get it running in Windows 10 and I mean EVERYTHING !!!!
Please DO NOT confuse this with the old DOS game for the Commodore
This wonderful sim is by Aim Software and I think it is the most realistic and complete Apollo moon landing out there
It is now the 50th Anniversary of the first Apollo Moon landing and how wonderful would it be to run this amazing simulation in Windows 10
It would be so good if anyone could get this game to run in windows 10 of if anyone has found a way to run it
I have found a video of the completed Moon Mission below
Not heard of the game and looks to be a pretty in-depth simulation.
Can’t offer any solution for getting it to run on a Windows ten system, always found Window compatibility mode to be useless. I guess a duel boot system would work, but I don’t know how you set some thing like that up.
Their is a Windows 98 Virtual Machine, which is some sort of emulator, I never used it so I don’t know if you can run games in it.
the only other idea would be to get a 98 system, but it’s not an option if you just want to play one game.
I am beginning to think along those lines and get an old second hand windows 95/98 laptop to play this
The sim is amazing – it comes with a huge in depth manual copied from NASA and it has a Training disc with an actual video feed showing the various consoles in Apollo mission control – plus a 3 part difficult Astronaut test to pass.
Such a pity no one has reissued this game in windows 10 mode
I am not even sure if Aim Software are even still in business
I have sent an email to GoG but no reply
I have 2 copies of the Game manual also I have a step by step walkthrough for the sim as well
I would love for a software developer to look at the files and perhaps revamp them in a way so it can be played on modern computers
What a nice tribute that would be for the 50th Anniversary of the the Moon Landings
I saw that
One is for the old Accolade dos game and the other IS for the Aim Software Apollo 18 windows game
Perhaps along with my recent email to GoG they may try and release it?
I can only hope