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Orbx Simulation Systems releases FTX NA BLUE - USA Canada Pacific Northwest

Monday, March 01, 2010 (19:17:42)
Orbx Simulation Systems releases FTX NA BLUE - USA Canada Pacific Northwest

Welcome to North America, and Orbx's most ambitious project to date. Over fourteen months in the making and led by veteran developers Holger Sandmann and Matt Tomkins, the FTX Pacific Northwest region is truly a stunning achievement which combines all the elements of the much celebrated FTX AU region series, but goes much further. With PNW, Orbx has amped the quality of the ground textures to the next level, and sourced them from pristine imagery to create beautifully crisp terrain even at ground level. There is over 2.5GB of fully seasonal and annotated photoreal for landmark mountain and wilderness areas above the tree line, glaciers, lava flows, as well as including photoreal Seattle CBD, the ports of Tacoma and Olympia, KPAE, Bonneville Dam and many other points of interest. Additionally Orbx has created brand new autogen textures, hand-crafted every square mile of landclass, added full moving traffic, 3D night lighting and much more! Finally, over 450 default airports in the region have been upgraded with custom buildings and objects, elevation corrections and other details. FTX Pacfic Northwest is available now as an instant download addon and soon on DVD from resellers worldwide. More information at http://fullterrain.com

The "Uiver" Team releases the Douglas DC2 for fsX

Friday, November 06, 2009 (09:46:10)
The "Uiver" Team releases the Douglas DC2 for fsX


This is a complete rework as a TRUE native FSX product, with improved 3D modelling, complete new textures, mapping, bumpmaps, specular maps, FSX animations, new gauge programming etc.

The full revenue from the sales will be donated to the Aviodrome, the Dutch National Aviation Theme Park and Museum.

The Aviodrome has one of the worlds last two airworthy Douglas DC-2's in their collection.

The real plane is maintained by volunteers and with the money raised from individual and corporate donations.

By selling the DC-2 package we hope to contribute to keeping this unique, priceless and historic aircraft in flying condition.

For complete information on the features of this package and a link to download the Douglas DC2 for FSX please visit the DC2 UIVER site

The "UIVER" Team hopes you will enjoy flying this unique, hands-on classic airplane!

FTX AU RED Released !

Wednesday, January 07, 2009 (22:16:17)
January 8th, 2009 - For immediate release

Orbx is proud to finally complete the FTX series for Australia, with its final FTXAU RED region. If you've ever flown from one of the eastern Australian cities and overland to Asia, from your window seat you may have thought that you were on a mission over Mars. The outback is a vast, red place and certainly the least boring of all the places to visit in Australia. With a sometimes alien landscape and stunning vistas, there is so much to find in this massive inland region. Huge craggy mountain ranges, salt lakes, millions of miles of sand ridges and dunes and a rich pallette of colors that can change overnight during the wet season, the outback is what makes Australia one of the most diverse and unique places on earth. Visit Uluru, Alice Springs, Kings Canyon, the Olgas, and the Indian Ocean coast at Shark Bay. FTXAU RED includes all roads, traffic, vertical obstructions, major towns and cities, 55,000 windmills and pumps and even includes roo fences for hundreds of thousands of miles. FTXAU RED is now available from http://fullterrain.com

YSCH Coffs Harbour Released

Friday, November 07, 2008 (18:31:33)
Orbx is pleased to announce the immediate availability of YSCH Coffs Harbour Airport, the first payware GA airport the company has released.
Coff's Harbour is a beautiful coastal city on the northern NSW coast, with a major regional airport nestled beside the beach, and the picturesque township, harbour and marina is surrounded by beautiful ranges and rural pastures.
The Orbx rendition of YSCH has been made using 22cm/pixel aerial photos taken in 2008 and licensed from Coffs Harbour City Council to produce a regional airport with superb ground clarity.
Orbx also includes a 5m custom terrain mesh for the entire area. Additionally, lead developer John Ross has paid many visits to the airport to take photos of all the buildings, terminals and hangars within the airport precinct.
The result is truly a stunning airport which is as real as being there!
YSCH is designed to be seamlessly blended into Orbx's AU GOLD region.
you can purchase at: The Flight Sim Store

Microsoft Flight Sim X SP2 Update is available

Saturday, December 15, 2007 (05:43:30)
FSX Service Pack 2 (SP2) Update is now available

The second performance update / service patch for Microsoft Flight Simulator X is now available for download. This is the same update that was included as part of the "Accelleration" Add-On. Like SP1, this is a free self-installing download that offers performance gains as well as a "DX10 preview" mode for users who have both Vista and DX10-compatible video cards (most notably the NVidia 8800 series).

To read more about it as well as some pro's and con's, see the forum post HERE