And yes, my body is in L.A., but Hungary is where my FS heart is at the moment. Now as I mentioned earlier, I am new to Hungary, but not entirely. I have enjoied the Aerosoft Budapest for years. In fact, it was my favoriate Eastern European airport. What I admired about it was the fact that not only was it a very high quality scenery for it's time, but it also included a huge photoreal terrain area, the cities of Buda and Pest, and a few detailed airfields. Sadly however, my journey into and out of this country always began and ended here.
But with the advent of LHSimulations, who is making my summer here so lovely, I am exploring more of this beautiful countryside. After Pecs Pogany, I really wanted more and continued to bite my nails till Bony was released. But still, I wanted more and after little digging, I found what appears to be... well.... another Hungarian development team that released a lovely up to date LHGY scenery earlier this year.
This is a little spotlight on some freeware projects you may not know about and why if you love LHSim, you will want these too!
Now the first of which is the lovely Pipis-Hegy scenery by Tamas & Peter Szabo. The initial release was last year but they rolled out V2 just a few months ago. In fact, it's so good it needs both the Library and Landmark base packs by LHSimulations. This is a terrific scenery to accompany your growing Hungarian library of sceneries. Here is the download link to get it: http://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/content.php?108-Copyright&fid=166128
These guys are responsible for about 16 other VFR sceneries across Poland that I am still in the process of downloading.. Just do a search of Tamas Szabo on FlightSim.com
The next scenery I want to bring to attention is a photoreal scenery by Varju Laszlo that not only comes complete with towns, countrysides, and forests covered with autogen, it also covers the entire country. This successfully pacified my wish for LH airports equipped with photoreal terrain to be larger.
The below photo shows the terrain beyond Pecs.
I really hope to see more detailed airports from Tamas and Peter in the future.
Hopefully you will find this stuff useful.
Ok, back to enjoying my summer!
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