Nice price too!
Nice price too!
That's a fine looking Beech. And I thought it was for FS9 only, but now I see that it will work in FSX. I'll buy it.
anyone who has gotten it do you know if it works fine for SP2/accel? If this is a quality FSX bird might want to make this a sticky.
"The knack of flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." - Douglas Adams
Where are there screenshots?
EDIT: NVM, found them. It helps to scroll down...
My portover senses are tingling.
Last edited by Kiwikat; March 19th, 2010 at 14:40. Reason: Doh!
It looks exactly like it did in FS9.
Who did the flight dynamics???
Just an addition to above: yeah, the price is frikkin awesome..
is it compatible with DX10 or not ?
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Now i make a little gift (7,50) to CR1-sofware,but i don`t use this Beech 18, that's why it`s not compatible with DX10.
Yes, I developed the Flight Dynamics. Most of the flight development work was done in FSX Accel. MS did not do developers any favors by having essentially four versions of FSX. SP2 often behaves differently than Accel. An issue when I was doing some F4U development work in Accel was with the prop wanting to continue to turn with the engine off in SP2 and jumpy contact points. All from a perfectly well behaved plane in Accel. Of course any Naval Aircraft should use Accel to take advantage of the carriers.
I unfortunatly have not flown the B-18, but have a number of my First Officers who have a lot of time in them. Over the years I have worked on a number of projects with Milton who has always been a great and generous resource for "the rest of us".
I hope some day that everyone will advance to Accel as the "standard" for FSX.
I don`t understand how to start the engines.
Seems to be a nicce little bird.
Very interesting when I went to that website and saw the list of aircraft, immediately I thought of Sim Tech due entirely that the aircraft lineup matched that of Sim Tech and then I noticed that back in September of 2009, Sim Tech was bought out by this CR1 operation.
I'm sure there is an interesting story to that move.
Tom, I had no idea you worked virtual flight models for FSX! Chalk it up to my ignorance and your humility to keep it low key!
It is a port, of course. Beware the installer as, at least on mine, it installed where it wanted to, not where FSX was.
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