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  1. Hi. Anyone have any views on flying a twin otter with MCP PRO AUTOPILOT? or any non default aircraft? Thanks. Tony Plymouth
  2. According to the MS Flight, the C46 was a basic aircraft that had been ‘finished' but was still in the release process. MS loki says: "I don't want to bog people down with details, but let's just say releasing content is a little more involved than flipping a switch. As we were unsure about completed features, certification and a bunch of other aspects of said plane we simply did not know if it was something that would ever see the light of day. It was frustrating seeing something in a form of stasis, so we worked on figuring out what hurdles we needed to overcome in order to get t
  3. Hello Fellow Sim'rs Relocation is requiring that I lighten my 'gadget load', and I'm selling my sim setup as a single package. Included: - Cyberpower Gaming PC * Intel Dual Core Processor 2.4 GHz (32-bit) * 4 GB of DDRAM * ATI Radeon HD 5750 Dual Monitor Graphics card - 1 GB - GDDR5 SDRAM * Windows 7 - Two 20-inch HPLP2065 LCD monitors * Large 20.1-inch (51 cm) viewable area display; 1600 × 1200 resolution * DVI cables included - Saitek X52 Pro Stick and Throttle (and software) *Joystick Precision centering mechanism, non-contact technology on X and Y axes and constant spring f
  4. Well - who'd have thought it? Look no further - Microsoft have opened the flood-gates! Here's the http://www.fspilotshop.com/product_info.php?products_id=3698]link[/url] How's about that then, Guys and Gals?!? Next we'll have 2-D Panels! Cheers - Dai.
  5. Download the Flight Manual for your full electronic handbook on Flight - everything from flight controls and aircraft specifications to installation instructions and a quick play guide. Here https://microsoftflight.com/en-us/handbook/ Also, should you need it, the support page is here https://microsoftflight.com/en-us/support/ /End of
  6. You have to get it from Windows Market place. Here is the link GB http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-GB/Product/Microsoft-Flight/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d8044d5308d2 US http://marketplace.x...15-d8044d5308d2 Alternatively go here http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/ Cheers, Joe
  7. You really have to admire some peoples creativity, I really enjoyed this small production!
  8. http://forum.avsim.n...t-flight-forum/ So whatever you do, don't criticise MS Flight! At this point of time I am speechless but I am sure you guys have something to say?!
  9. Prepare for takeoff! On the heels of a successful beta, we’re excited to announce that “Microsoft Flight” will be available to download worldwide for free starting February 29, 2012, right here at www.microsoftflight.com. In addition, the Hawaiian Adventure Pack – which includes the remaining Hawaiian Islands, a new plane and 20 new missions – will be available to purchase the same day through Games for Windows—LIVE. Microsoft Flight lets players jump into the fun, freedom, and adventure of flight with no special hardware or past experience. If you have a mouse and a PC, you can fly! In addi
  10. So much for NDA's some people just don't care. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVgUuDY1UjM&hd=1
  11. The announcement really did not go down well. https://www.facebook.com/msflight The general feeling is that pilots do not want to be restricted to Hawaii, be a gamer, or limited to Microsoft's rules. No SDK (yet?) could mean lack of third party, independent add-ons that we have relied on to take FS9 and FSX to another level, where's my sword?! So I can only see this being a XBox type game, even if it can be accessed from your PC. A sad day for genuine aviation enthusiasts both virtual and real-world.
  12. December 22nd, 2011 - Happy Holidays from the Microsoft Flight Team We’re pleased to announce that we will be showing off Microsoft Flight at the International Consumer Electronics Show from January 10th to 13th, 2012. If you’re attending the show, make sure to swing by our CES booth. We hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and we look forward to sharing more frequent updates about Microsoft Flight in early 2012. The Microsoft Flight Team
  13. More insights into the development process, this time sound recordings from the sim on different types of landing in a Maule. More here
  14. "Like" FLIGHT - Goto Facebook page by clicking here
  15. More here! http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/#news-beta_program_accepting_applications
  16. See home page for new shots http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/
  17. A short article about performance http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/#news-performance_hardware
  18. As game designers, we are tasked with creating a fun flying game that will appeal to a wide variety of players. In this article, we look at that problem and some of the mechanics we are employing to reach our goals. Ultimately, you will be the judge of how successful we have been, and you can, in turn, influence where we take the game in the future. Most games are very direct in establishing what the player is expected to do in order to succeed. Whether these are tasks, activities, challenges, missions, or whatever, the player is drawn through the game in a carefully designed sequence. This s
  19. The Microsoft Flight team is looking for a community and website manager. If you find the job description below appealing and meet the requirements, we want to hear from you! Please e-mail us your resume at msflightjobs@microsoft.com Community & Website Manager Position for Flight JOB DESCRIPTION: Are you a passionate gamer with a deep understanding of social media and online communities? Microsoft Studios is looking for a web-savvy community manager with editorial and PR experience to drive engaging and innovative end-to-end user experiences for Microsoft Flight. As a web and community
  20. The site has been updated with some more shots http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/
  21. Keep checking back here for updates http://www.microsoft.com/games/flight/
  22. Are here Can't say I am that impressed yet.
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