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Garry J. Smith

Scenery Testers Requested (FS2004)

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Hi Good People,

 

We (the Ford Project Team) have finished off a Scenery Expansion Pack of airfields for the Ford Tri-Motor Project.  It is a package of 4 historical (1930's era) airfields within the Indo-China area known as Manchukuo. 

 

Additionally there is a 5th airfield, a French Colony area known as Fort Bayard which is a link between the Manchukuo group of airfield to the existing Ford-India-Project (see http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/ford-india-project.htm)

 

These airfield are all works of fiction but try to capture the look and feel of China in the 1930's

 

See image1 http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/work-area-edward/FM-Advert1.jpg

See image2 http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/work-area-edward/FM-Advert2.jpg

 

There is well over 100 special scenery 3D models (using over 800 images) that have been created for this project and there is a mixture from lightly populated to rather heavily populated airfields within this package of 5 airfields.

 

The package is 35mb in zip format.  The package is totally self contained - no need for any other Ford Project Scenery to be pre installed.

 

Because of the size and complexities of some of these airfields and the massive amount of unique models being used both Edward and I thought it would be advantagious to get some testing done of the package before we release it to the masses. :-)

 

Therefore, I am seeking some volunteers to contact me for an advanced copy of this scenery pack who will give the 5 airfield a bit of a hammering within their FS2004 environment and let me know if it all runs smoothly with minimum Frame Rate impacts etc.  Also for their recommendations on anything that they may notice.  

 

You can contact me via a Personal Message through this forum or by e-mail to garry@gjsmith.net 

 

 

Regards

 

Garry and Edward

Your Ford Project Team

 

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