Michael Jordan in Flight

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Michael Jordan in Flight
Cover art
Developer(s) Electronic Arts
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Producer(s) Jim Rushing
Designer(s) Michael Suarez
Greg Zumwalt
Michael Jordan
Composer(s) Krisjan Hatlelid
Edwin Dolinski
Alistair Hirst
Platform(s) DOS
Release 1993
Genre(s) Sports (Basketball)
Mode(s) Single-player

Michael Jordan in Flight is a 1993 computer basketball game for DOS. It was developed by and published by Electronic Arts and is endorsed by Michael Jordan although it has no NBA licensed players or teams.[1]


The game featured a three-a-side basketball match. The camera is a 3D camera, and the game includes some filmed scenes of Michael Jordan. The game is developed in a court surrounded by nothing (even with no crowd the player can hear clapping sometimes).[2]


Computer Gaming World praised the "incredible ... 3D-based graphic engine" as being "so far ahead of everyone else", but criticized Michael Jordan in Flight as being too easy because "the product is based on Michael Jordan. Jordan is too good overall". The magazine concluded that it "is the most visually realistic sports software on the market ... Now, they need to apply the technology to a game".[3]


  1. ^ Michael Jordan in Flight at Moby Games
  2. ^ Michael Jordan in Flight COMPUTE! issue 158 / november 1993 / page 144
  3. ^ Poulter, Wallace (July 1993). "Michael Jordan in Flight from Electronic Arts". Computer Gaming World. p. 12. Retrieved 12 July 2014. 

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