Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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What's new at the Flight Sim Museum
August 20th, 2005

Lock On Modern Air Combat

Lock On Modern Air Combat

Added scenes from a couple of A-10 Warthog missions and a MiG-29 Fulcrum campaign that I'm adding the final touches too. For those who haven't seen it in action, the pictures give some idea of the incredible detail and potential for scripting good stories in this combat sim - Lock On Modern Air Combat

Add it Pro

Add it Pro Add it Pro Add it Pro

This program, which I find indispensible, enables you to work with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004enabling you to:
  • Install an add-on
  • Remove an add-on
  • Import add-ons
  • Customise Addit! Pro itself - handy !
  • Work with add-ons
  • Edit aircraft
  • Edit Panels
  • Edit Sounds
  • and Edit Scenery
- in a windows based point and click interface, and without getting too involved in the directory structure of the host sim. In June 2005 ByteForge released a free upgrade for registered owners - Version 6.3.1 released.

This is excellent product support and it reinforces the image of this publisher as having a long term commitment to the product. Look at the ByteForge product history to see how long they have been supporting the Microsoft flight sims - Add it Pro

Contributors

I created a listing of all the Contributors- to the Flight Sim Museum.
Thanks people ! Let me know if I've missed anybody.

EF 2000

EF 2000 - Eurofighter.

EF 2000- Added a scan of the DVD reissue- still in the shrink wrap - and updated the whole exhibit!.

Search

Added a dedicated search page to help you quickly locate specific material or references.

Site Map

Added a Site Map - (see main index), because apparently people like that sort of thing!








"As well as the exhibits, there are a host of combat flying tips,links and resources - and don't forgot to sign the visitors book. The team at MiGMan's Combat diary have done a fantastic job cataloging the history of desktop flight simulations. We owe them a great many thanks for all their combined efforts, helping us to remember the heritage of this ever-expanding hobby."
Kenji Takeda - PC Gaming World Feb, 2000.