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esports for engineers contains 3 classic simulation games: Mig Alley, Grand Prix Legends (free demo version) and Falcon 4. Wikipedia entries and reviews for these games are below:

For Mig Alley, named the best simulation of 1999 by Computer Gaming World, PC Gamer US, CNET Gamecenter, Computer Games Strategy Plus and GameSpot:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MiG_Alley_ (video_game)

https://www.combatsim.com/review.php?id=351

https://www.combatsim.com/htm/nov99/mig-rev2.htm

For Grand Prix Legends, Computer Games Strategy Plus's 1998 "Sports Game of the Year":

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Prix_Legends

A recent review of Grand Prix Legends, complete with dozens of freeware add-ons, is here:
https://www.onlineracedriver.com/2020/01/07/new-grand-prix-legends-2020-demo-released/

The esports for engineers' version of Grand Prix Legends includes the mods and updates described in the review; in addition to that the esports for engineers' version provides 80 racecars and 30 racetracks.

Another recent review is here:
https://www.pcgamer.com/why-i-loved-hardcore-racing-sim-grand-prix-legends/

Falcon 4 won Macworld's 1999 "Best Flight Simulation" award and PC Gamer US likewise named Falcon 4.0 the best simulation of 1998.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falcon_4

Some reviews are here:

https://levelskip.com/simulation/Freefalcon-6-Combat-Flight-Simulator-Review-for-PC

https://www.simhq.com/_air14/air_507a.html

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