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    Tirpitz scenery question

    Ok, anyone know if there is a scenery
    of the Tirpitz in Norwegian fjord for
    Fs2004?

    I seem to recall there was a CFS2
    scenery, but can't find it in usual places?

    Thanks

    Ttfn

    Pete

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    Motormouse,

    Shessi did the Bismarck, not the Tirpitz. 😉
    "Rami"

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    Pete,

    At Flightsim.com there is a German battleship package by Erwin Welker available which includes a pilotable and an AI version of the Bismark and the Tirpitz (file name: package_germanbattleships.zip). With the AI carriers2 tool you should be able to drop the Tipitz somewhere in a fjord.

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    Huub, aicarriers is for FSX, and, as far as I know, cannot be used in FS2004.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zswobbie1 View Post
    Huub, aicarriers is for FSX, and, as far as I know, cannot be used in FS2004.
    Argghh . You are right of course.

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    Such a pity that we do not have something similar in FS2004

    But, the package_germanbattleships.zip will give you drivable WWII Battleships Bismarck And Tirpitz , as well as AI versions.

    So all is not lost.

    FS2004 (ACOF) - FS2004 Other AircraftFS2004/FSX German WWII Battleships Bismarck And Tirpitz
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    Name: package_germanbattleships.zip
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    FS2004/FSX German WWII Battleships Bismarck And Tirpitz as pilotable and AI versions. The pilotable versions have many amazing animations. Tirpitz has thirty moving parts, including torpedo shoots and two animated Arado-196 floatplanes, one with folded wings, the other one performes a catapult launch. The addon provides a 2D navigation bridge and many virtual deck views. Thirty-four FSX camera views let you explore the huge ship. In FS2004 there are eighteen look-around views. Of course there are many effects included. Both ships are also have AI versions included

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    Off the subject, slightly, thanks for Huub planting an idea, I've downloaded most of Erwin Welker's ships & vehicles (as well as other ships, HMS Bounty & others), & I'm going to stick them into a separate FS2004 install, with suitable scenery. I'll also put in a small range of appropriate aircraft as well.

    Nobody said that FS2004 must be only for flying!

    As the late Garry Smith said: Simming is all about Fun, Facts & Fiction!

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    Hi Z,
    After the initial post, I started playing around with Erwin's FSX Tirpitz. But if you want to carry on, I'll stop what I'm doing. Be nice to have the whole scenery.

    Cheers

    Shessi
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Tirpitz 1.jpg   Tirpitz 2.jpg   Tirpitz 3.jpg  

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    Shessi, looks great, how do you find the time to do all this!!

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    Im sure it would be really easy to turn it into a scenery object and could be place'd with pretty much all the regular scenery tools for FS9 and FSX

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian elliot View Post
    Im sure it would be really easy to turn it into a scenery object and could be place'd with pretty much all the regular scenery tools for FS9 and FSX
    Ian, see pics....

    Z, I'm lucky I have a zen life dedicated to flight sim modding...ha ha! You're more than welcome to the bgl if you want to build up the whole scenery or I can just upload as is, maybe with some anti-torpedo boom netting and a few small boats.

    Cheers

    Shessi

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