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And so it it begins there goes the bank account 🙂

 

 

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Hmmmmmmm.....

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Please...I can't take their MS based offerings seriously anymore. Their flying characteristics were vastly improved on their XP counterparts (mostly by accident because XP just has a different physics engine than MS which is clearly biased to smaller GA style planes) but as I recall their MS offerings were were always about tweaking tweaking tweaking then giving up on it.

...and now since they parted ways with their XP developer (Dan) I haven't bought anything from them in a pretty long time now.

At this point they're just too far over to the casual side for my sort of entertainment. Gotta love their artwork, however, no matter which side of the fence you're on, as their stuff is always a visual treat!

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I don't disagree though I do predict, they will make a killing!

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Seems like many DEV's are busting their butts to get an add on Plane out for the new MSFS sim. Here we see that Carenado has not one but 8 products ready to go. LOL where have we seen this before!! Just Priceless...


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2 minutes ago, shivers9 said:

LOL where have we seen this before!! Just Priceless...

So true, so true...personally I learned not to touch anything that releases within the first 6 months, if not 1 year really.

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"Updated to work with MSFS".....Point current installer to MSFS. 🙂

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They won't be getting anything from my bank account. I've just carried out a Stalin-type purge of aircraft my FSX/P3Dv4 installations and liquidated every except A2A, Realair/Vertx, Majestic, and PMDG plus a couple of other specific products e.g. Aerosoft Twotter and Catalina, Flight1 King Air.  Every thing by Just Flight and Carenado has been culled, and also all freeware, although I'll be reinstalling Manfred Jahn's DC-3.

My intention with MSFS, assuming I buy it, will be to fly the default aircraft first and discover the edges of their quality envelopes before looking at third party stuff and even then only buying the best. That doesn't leave room for any for the (admittedly gorgeous-looking) offerings cranked out from the Carenado sausage machine.

 

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10 minutes ago, shivers9 said:

Seems like many DEV's are busting their butts to get an add on Plane out for the new MSFS sim. Here we see that Carenado has not one but 8 products ready to go. LOL where have we seen this before!! Just Priceless...

nevermindquality8.jpg


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50 minutes ago, Richard Sennett said:

And so it it begins there goes the bank account 🙂

 

 

I feel sorry for you. 

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29 minutes ago, shivers9 said:

Here we see that Carenado has not one but 8 products ready to go.

"Currently, they are working on 2 aircraft"


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'Aircrafts'? 'Carendoh'? Who are they, a new developer?🤣

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7 minutes ago, vc10man said:

'Aircrafts'? 'Carendoh'? Who are they, a new developer?🤣

I noticed both of those too. I do find a lot of people for whom English is not their first language often say aircrafts, so I just try to ignore that.

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Well they've at least got my attention with an analogue Mooney.  There's so much glass in the new sim.

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