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A2A Development Update 11/25/11 (Hydraulics)
We have some amazing works in the A2A hangers and we thought it about time to show you a couple of snippets of the projects getting closer for you guys to enjoy. We are very proud of some of the all new features we are including in these aircraft. Once again with access to flyable aircraft today, original pilots manuals, training videos and more we have really tried to push our technology further and deeper than ever,...
Achieveing a depth of simulation never seen before in MSFS we have found ourselves rediscovering these beautiful aircraft and really want to give our customers the same experience. Did you know for example just how much of a handful the P-40 was to fly, and just how manual all of the systems were when compared to say the Mustang?
A2A Warbirds In Development 09/12/11 (P-51D Mustang)
Its update time at A2A Simulations. The team are busy as you know with a whole bunch of projects and so many are now really coming to the front of the queue. This update focuses on our warbirds in development and in particular, the highly anticipated Accu-Sim P-51D 'Mustang'. We also have some nice peaks of our P-40 Warhawk and Spitfire V.
I wont say too much more as I want the video to really do the talking for whats going on. I hope you enjoy the video presentation as much as we enjoyed creating it, Michal is so proud of that pilot, he wont stop skyping me about it
We are working full tilt to get the stang, the spits the hawks and others out to you the customer as soon as possible whilst maintaining our quality control and working towards pushing the envelope of FSX once again.
Scott and I were discussing a while back how one could best describe what Accu-Sim is and why it has made such an impact on the flight simulation community. We then thought, “why not ask the community?”
This video is mostly geared for those folks who are not yet familiar with Accu-Sim and will hopefully give them some insight. In this video, you will hear career pilots, respected industry professionals, and A2A customers describe what Accu-Sim is, in their own unscripted words.
We want to thank everyone who participated in this endeavor for taking the time to speak with us. I also would to thank A2A for choosing Jaggyroad Films yet again. It has always been an honor to work with you guys.
I know many of you are on the edge of your seats waiting and I just want to assure you we are working as hard as humanly possible and beyond to make this newest Accu-Sim release the best it can be.
Everything through development has been checked and re-checked by not only us and our great Beta team but also such noteworthy experts as Dudley, Mitchell and others. Even at this late stage we are going through things with them to make sure the manuals are good, the videos are good and putting that extra polish on the aircraft.
We have again worked to include all new features in the Spitfire, features never before seen in Flight Simulation, let alone MS flight sim alone. Its a big statement to make of course, but we've made this video to help our new Spitfire pilots better familiarize themselves with the different propellers that are available in the maintenance hanger and how they work.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am Very proud to present to you, a true propeller simulation;
Joined: Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:24 pm Posts: 1970 Location: California, United States of America
I enjoyed all of these Scott. I got an HDMI adapter for my iPad, and streamed the Accusim Revolution video on our 60-in high-definiton screen, with 5.1 surround sound, and it was just perfect! Thanks for giving us more depth during development than most developers. The only thing I'm hoping for now is that my persistence will pay off
Hi i am a new user, I know the last thing you want is a Request but I would be really appreciative if you at least consider making a De' Havilland Mosquito or DH.98 Mk VI, It was a really neat aircraft, love to see a great plane's legacy continue. But any way if you don't I understand you guys are busy as building new planes, keep up the great work.
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