18th June, 2005
PRESS RELEASEDated :18th June, 2005
As of June 18th, 2005, access to the Flight Sim Museum at www.migman.com is ...
FREE OF CHARGE.
Yes, you get free access to this enormous resource which documents in loving detail the
history and passion of this uniquely "computer age" area of human activity.
Start your exploration by getting an overview from About MiGMan's Flight Sim Museum, or dive straight into the main Flight Sim Museum galleries :
- 1980s - Combat flight sims
- Combat flight sims
- 2000s - Combat flight sims
- 1980s - Civil flight sims
- 1990s - Civil flight sims
- 2000s - Civil flight sims
Contact MiGMan with your experiences regarding this sim.
Added videos of the entire process from selecting a campaign, through the video briefings, mission planning and arming the F-14 as you prepare to rescue Boris Yeltin !
Do not, repeat, DO NOT fire on any Russian aircraft...
Commander Air Group -
US Navy Fighters
NEW MUSEUM EXHIBIT
Title - MegaScenery Volume 02 - New York
Host sim - Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Release Date - December 2003
Developer - Aerosoft Australia
Publisher - PC Aviator
Comments - MegaScenery 02 - New York is a VFR pilot's dream. The clarity of the scenery adds subtle depth to the flight. As well as the urban terrain there is enough surrounding countryside to keep you entertained. The documentation alone makes this product an exception to current publishing practice. Every aid necessary, in terms of maps, Approach Plates and Airport Diagrams, is given to encourage you to explore this product the way it is meant to be used.
Flight Sim Control Hardware
Voice Buddy 3.0
This consistent, fast and reliable Voice Tracking software adds new depths of accessibility to combat and civil Flight Sims. With Voice Command, HOTAS and Head Tracking we are set these days for fantastic, immersive sim - experiences.
Check out my intial experiences with the Voice Buddy here - Voice Buddy.
NEW GALLERY - SPACE SIMSI have laid the foundations for 3 new galleries :
Orbiter is a amazing free 3D Space Simulator written by Dr. Martin Schweiger, Ph.D. It contains accurate math and orbital physics, and has an extensive community support base.