The specialist in high definition meshes all around the world, Toposim, expands their collection with the following regions now available for purchase : Australia bundle, North America Greenland, and Oceania Pacific Islands,
With Toposim Continents, you get quality and high definition meshes for different regions of the world, or packed together in bundle. If you are interested, simMarket store has Western Europe bundle and Scandinavia bundle now available in stock.
Toposim Continents series made of high resolution meshes products for FSX/P3D have been expanded with 4 new titles in America : United States bundle, US Mountain West, US West Coast, and Brazil. Toposim’s head is no one else than Genesis founder, so you can expect high quality result in the mesh…
After a visit in Asia and Africa, Toposim new releases cover a major part of the United States. In each of their product, you’ll find a very detailed and high resolution custom mesh for FSX or P3D.
In Toposim meshes catalogue, new regions of the world have been added to expand their packages titles. Visit simMarket, and see the high resolution terrain for Eastern Europe, North Africa, Middle East, East Asia China and more.
Toposim is a new company founded by the same people of the former FSGenesis website. They have started a new collection of terrain mesh with an horizontal resolution of LOD 11 / 19m : South Asia region covers Aghanistan to Bhutan and Bengladesh, up to the Maldives islands.
Toposim Continents is a new production line beside the Airport Terrain Adjustment Packs (ATAPs) available to fix terrain anomalies that you will find at their new website and store : http://www.toposim.net/. Founded by the same developer and manager of FSGenesis, Toposim will honor Galaxy Lifetime Membership. You just need to register.
Toposim may be a new name to the flight simulation hobby and industry, but the name behind it – Justin Tyme – certainly is not. The idea behind the new company is simple – to deal with those annoying slopes, peaks and troughs that result from the “flat airport” requirement…