AFS2 bankspeninsula and others (Nz Kickstarter)

  • For those unfamiliar with the name Robin Corn, he is the gent (scenery designer) who started the successful kickstarter to create a NZ photo scenery. This is a peek at some of his progress in Aerofly, which I thought some here might be interested in taking a look at. ( Yes I contributed to the kickstarter and am eagerly following Mr Corns progress)


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  • Thanks for the plug, HiFlyer! And thanks to those who supported the Kickstarter campaign.


    Just to add some information,, what this project will eventually develop into is not yet decided, as it's still early days with FS2 development. So the videos can be viewed as experiments only at the moment. If you wish to keep track of progress here, the best way might be to follow my Facebook page -- Godzone Virtual Flight.


    I'm happy to say that progress and support from IPACS has been very positive, so FS2 is still the best-bet for an ongoing development of New Zealand scenery. (The fundraising did include exploration of other simulators, in addition to my previous sims of choice, FSX/Prepar3d.)


    I've always been a big fan of Arno's Scenproc, and this has played a big part in my previous FSX/Prepar3d releases. Having Arno supporting FS2 is a leap forward, as most have realised here. I can see a time when he will revolutionise FS2 development the same way he had done for MSFS-based sims.