AeroflyFS Crash testing

Hopefully, by now, most of the people who have been even slightly interested in AeroflyFS will have visited the site, read the information and review(s), weighed up the pros and cons and decided whether it’s for them or not. Whether you’re in that group or not, here’s a little something to either add to the information, or just for a bit of fun.

“TUCKIE10” has posted a video on YouTube of his crash testing attempts in the sim. You can very much see its RC model roots, most certainly, but by the same token you can also see some of the things the sim does well… Just look at those mountains in the background – as a wing comes off, naturally.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012 08:42

Yes it looks very good for an early stage sim- but I tried ordering it for $40 but they added another $40 for shipping! Download to come evennntuuuaaallllyyy

Eric Bakker
Sunday, January 8, 2012 21:41

On this page (click next for the second page) it is available with english booklet, international sales:

I did not try it yet…

Eric Bakker
Sunday, January 8, 2012 21:43
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Edit: you need to click on the picture of the box to get to the page.

Sunday, January 8, 2012 15:41

I’m with Bill, the site is rather confusing. I think I read somewhere that Aerosoft were becoming interested in it. I wonder if they will act as distributors? I have to pick this up, somehow, it looks like a lot of fun. I think on their forum it said it will be in the US shop in February not sure about whe it will arrive for the British shop though. Hopefully some time soon.

Sunday, January 8, 2012 04:49

I might have to pick this up.

Ian P
Saturday, January 7, 2012 22:33

I’m told that the sim is in both English and German and, from the shop, the manual is available in either.