A2A Accusim Development News for FSX

A2A Simulations have released a video showing their exciting new developments for their Aircraft using the Accusim system.  A2A have developed Accusim to the extent that it now communicates via its own interface with FSX directly.  This means that Accusim aircraft can be “tweaked” and modified without closing FSX.  They are developing a Supermarine Spitfire which has a RR Merlin V-12 engine and by using the developed Accusim will be capable of being “dropped’ into the ‘new’ p-51 Mustang also under development.  In fact using the Accusim development it will be possible to take components from one aircraft and use them in another.  The Accusim modularisation started with the A2A B17 Flying Fortress thus creating Accusim as in independent module wrt to FSX.  A2A Aircraft are all available from simMarket so keep an eye out for the news when these new planes are released.

There is an excellent video displaying all of these exciting new developments below:

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Thursday, November 11, 2010 02:06

If they keep this up I’m going to go broke!

Can’t wait!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 00:14

They make some outstanding products. It’s a shame they haven’t explored the GA market a bit further, I’d be right in line for that.

Peter Hayes
Sunday, November 7, 2010 22:31

Me too!!

Sunday, November 7, 2010 16:37

I’ll have that spitfire wrapped up to take away please.