Flightsim News… at last…

Hmmmm, my daily blog posts have become less-than-daily recently. Too many things going on once again. What else is new, eh?

The good news for the Flightsim Fans is that I am now working on three separate FS projects simultaneously…. and MORE than me the main authors of course. We have a gauge designer for the Lizzie !!! That’s the good news I want to share first and foremost! It is Scott Thomas, whom I know from Milton Shupe’s projects. Needless to say we are VERY happy having things move forward again!
We’re still waiting for news from Rob Young who seems to have private problems and has once again disappeared from our view…. more on that later I hope.

The second project is Simon Smeiman’s nice little Cessna Bobcat T-50, a twin-engine aircraft from way back when. We are hearing rumors that we can’t use the word ‘Cessna’ anymore anywhere without getting invoiced or sued…. oh well, decent people seem to be the ‘last of the Mohicans’ these days. It doesn’t make Simon’s plane any less interesting!

And thirdly we have AJ Weber working on his LHA, Landing Ship, Helicopter, Amphibious. A naval ship aka helicopter carrier, used for amphibious landings. I’ll be putting up screenshots of these new projects soon. We’re now starting the Beta Process for them!

Oh,and last but certainly not least, Bill Womack reckons he needs 2 more weeks to get his part of Tongass ready before we can put that in Beta too….. we may need to expand our beta Team soon if things continue like this ! 😉

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