DOS - 1992
Description of Stunt Island
One of the most unique and underrated simulations ever, Disney's classic game lets you perform wild aerial stunts in planes that range from a biplane to a duck (yes, a duck). You can enter into stunt competition or film your own exploits. The movie-making portion is extremely well-designed-- you have complete control over camera placement, props, etc. Best of all, you can save the finished films using the enclosed program MAKEONE.
EXE and others without the game can view them. Highly recommended.
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
David D 2016-10-23 0 point
I have an original version of the program. My wife is going to throw it away. Does anybody want it?
SpaceToast 2015-05-29 0 point DOS version
- Kept me entertained (and occasionally even challenged) for many hours back then.
I loved this game (yes, even though I was an adult) when it came out. While it is true that Stunt Island expanded on the usual flight sim genre by combining business aspects with STUNT flying, I personally think the coolest thing about this game was the buit-in video recording and editing functions that allow you to place cameras around the area to "film" your stunt flying, and then combine the clips (WITH sound effects) into video footage that was extremely impressive for that time. I ran this on my first "real" PC - a Gateway 486DX-33MHz with 8MB DRAM.
Wistysboy 2015-04-21 -2 points DOS version
I remember when this came out in the UK. There was a TV show called Movies Games and Videos that reviewed new games movies and videos for rent. They ran a competition where you could send in your stunts and offered prizes for the best. However, I was rubbish at the game (I could only take off and fly around, landing was beyond me). I tried to land on the Golden Gate Bridge many times and crashed every single time. Even if I'd managed to record the stunt, I don't know how I would have got it on VHS tape to send into the show....still had fun flying around though....
JimmyBeef 2014-12-14 -1 point DOS version
I remember running this on my overclocked 486. This program was boss.
Weeha 2014-03-06 -1 point DOS version
I got this installed by putting all the files in the same folder (although only the install from disk 1 and the files labeled "disk[number]" seem to matter) and then running the install. Awesome game. It's an absolute shame I hadn't heard of this one before.
indstr 2014-02-11 -1 point DOS version
This game was mad! You could set up your own stunts. My most memorable one was jumping off the top of a huge skyscraper. Awesome...
gfdall 2013-04-02 -2 points DOS version
Can u install this without having to save onto floppy disks and then installing it as it doesn't appear to install any other way?
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