A new airplane is available for free download for the Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator. A custom made add-on aircraft made by IndiaFoxtEcho: the S-211
The Cessna 172 mod was updated once again, now the doors and windows should work again. This update includes the changes made to the default Cessna 172, like the ability to grab the yoke, throttle or mixture with the mouse or VR hand controllers.
Another tools uploaded today (man I’m on a roll here)… 😀
This one let’s you move a bunch of objects from a tmd file by a a certain distance in x,y and z. You can also rotate all of them at the same time which is nice…
A small simple calculator for a rotation matrix is now available for download.
The Cessna 172 Mod has been updated once again. This time with slightly changed flight characteristics over the past version and improved engine performance.
I’m happy to announce that I just uploaded a new version of the template finder, this time for the Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator.
This small application acts as a browser or search engine for code snippets for the aircraft tmd files. Just time in the name of the class and the program will spit out a text that you can directly copy and paste to another text editor. Download is free but use at own risk.
Fortunately IPACS allowed me to re-upload the developer tools for the Aerofly 5 that can also be used for the Aerofly RC 7 and Aerofly FS 1 to develop new aircraft, scenery or repaints. A public developer license is included in the download, which can be found here.
We have been waiting for the successor of the aerofly FS and it looks like the aerofly FS 2 for desktop is finally right around the corner. For us free developers here this is big news, because we will get to play with a whole bunch of new features that are already available for the mobile version of the aerofly FS 2.
I just updated the flight model of the helicopter. Its not finished yet but already much more realistic in hover. Except that the pitch for hover is way to low and the helicopter does not pick up speed all that well.