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Offline AKA_Clutter

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X-Plane 11
« on: June 20, 2018, 07:20:24 am »
Does anyone have this and do you fly it much.

If so, what planes/helicopters do you like?


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Re: X-Plane 11
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2018, 08:36:28 pm »
Clutter, I have dabbled with this game some with the Demo.  I  have so much time tied up in the old FSX and have so many add on for FSX it's hard for me to go to another flight sim. The graphics are a little better in X planes and the interface better.  I really have not spent much time with it to give you and honest opinion.

Have you looked into perpare 3D. Is basically FSX but dazzeld up by Lockheed.

I was really big into FSX for a long time and if you like complex simulation, check out A2A Simulation. They have some really good stuff and their Accu feel is second to none. They are the main reason I have not bought X planes as they do not support it. I have the Accu Feel B-17 and B377. They just released the Super Connie Accu Feel and that is something I really would like to get. You really need to check out the Accu feel stuff. Even the AT-6 looks cool as hell.
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