Pick A Platform, Any PlatformNeil Gross
On Oct. 31, the worlds of computer simulation and real life will collide. More than 100 ace players of flight-simulation games will converge in Orlando. They'll plug in their PCs, load a game called Air Warrior II, choose vintage fighter planes from World Wars I, II, and the Korean War, and do battle in what players are calling the "unfriendly skies" of cyberspace. And when the "sim" fights are over, they'll get to fly in real B-25s and biplanes.
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