I wish I could verify that no news mean good news. But I’ve not found any public communication towards Computer Pilot fans on their website or Facebook since the end of November.
Well, to be true, in December, we’ve seen an iPad app released. Good. But the January / February issue was due for release [...]
Copyrights and patents registration have been set to protect the creativity of authors, to ensure they earn the revenues of their creations to develop some more. Logical and balanced until the process is not hijacked.
According to thestate.com, Laminar Research – that has published X-Plane since 1994, currently in sale for PC, Mac, Linux, iPad, [...]
Known for years thanks to his wide variety of activities in the FS Community, Chief Editor here at simFlight for many years but also still running FSAddon Publishing, Silvercloud, Motormag, WhyFly.aero.. you recognized Francois A. Dumas.
Until yesterday, he had been also Managing Editor at Computer Pilot Magazine since it changed of owner earlier this [...]
The future of FSGenesis is not sure at all, and it’s more exactly negative when you read the bad news posted in their blog.
FSGenesis was created in 1998, but they’re running now into financial problems. It would be sad to see such an important and good part of the FS community go away.
We think we might be starting to get the idea about Microsoft’s next “aviation” release by now, but with thanks to Bert Groner of FSMagazin for the tip, here’s another article you might like to read.
Published by The Seattle Times columnist Brier Dudley, this article “Q&A: Microsoft Flight Boss on ‘Rebooting Franchise’” contains little [...]
Only the people selected for Beta test and a few other in cooperation with Microsoft Games Studios have been able to have their hands on Flight, and make their own mind about it.
The rest have only the official facts sheet recently published by Microsoft, and the preview videos. We found interesting to link [...]
Whether you are used to fly or not with ATC engines (FS default, or Radar Contact expansion for instance), you may be more or less surprised by the ATC system brought by the latest X-Plane 10.
On their development blog, Chris Serio explains what you cannot expect from controllers. He lists it does well for [...]
The X-Plane development blog last post details step by step how to proceed to setup your display options for best performance on your machine.
X-Plane 10 demo has been available since a few days, and if you have experienced bad performance, it may be just because options are not well adapted to your computer [...]
Bill Ortis of Lionheart Simulations is fairly well known for his concept and fictional models, in addition to modelling some very nice but very reasonably priced real world models, too.
The latest Work in Progress shots that he has uploaded to his Facebook site are of another concept model, the Avelina, and include both native [...]
British Freelance Journalist James Woodcock has uploaded Issue #31 of his Podcast via YouTube, covering many more details and indepth coverage of the now very near Train Simulator 2012 (Railworks 3) product from RailSimulator.com.
As previously reported, TS2012′s core features will be a free upgrade to existing RW2 [...]