Saturday, March 9, 2013

Exclusives.. from Enigma Sim !

FSX. Jordi has just sent us four [Exclu] screenshots from the B-737-300/400/500 Classic project. Attention. These ones are still very early pictures.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
The Enigma B-737 Classic project : more explanations :
 
 
 

 
 

 
 
 
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20 comments:

fridberg said...

Just WOW! Finally a good B737 Classic. This sure will complete the B737 collection for some simmers.

Anonymous said...

this is the one i've been dreaming about forever! caaaant waiiit to get it!!!!

Anonymous said...

Im hoping this blows the Wilco one out of the water....question is when!!? Is it me or are we waiting sooooo long for the 777 and this 737??? I know its best they get it right first time but seriously it just seems like "still early stages" all the time

Anonymous said...

The "Still early stages" is more a of a disclaimer for developers then anything. If you don't put that, people like to whine about the smallest details which will obviously be fixed before release.

Anonymous said...

I hope they haven't finished the external 3d modelling because the pilots are missing. All the best for Enigmasim and this project because I really want a good 737 Classic and I'm willing to pay good $$$ for one.

Enigmasim said...

Don't worry, there's still so much to be added.

Anonymous said...

I would also love to see a 767/300 ER or a 757 from them as it looks like that Level D did not continue the project.

Anonymous said...

Everyone having bought the NGX will love this. The NG is an amazing aircraft, and I think a lot of people will appreciate it's predecessor. I'm sure buying this beatiful bird :D

Anonymous said...

oh woww this is sweet that awesome i will sure keep my eye on this one

Anonymous said...

Cool! They got the shape of the nose right. Looks great.
One request... the front windows in the flight deck look very slim when you are sitting in the pilot's seat. PMDG made theirs too large. Hopefully this will be better emulated here.

Safir said...

It's looks wonderful, you've done an impressive job here. I hope the aerodynamics, performances and systems are as nicely detailed as the visual aspect. If it really is i would pay the price whithout any hesitation. We professionals really need a good classic since there's no other one ''Well'' designed for fs. We need something that could also be an aid for typerating. Something close to reality !

Jordi | Enigmasim said...

I know what you're talking about, and it will certainly be the case. :)

Jordi | Enigmasim said...

We have several real-world 737 Classic pilots on our team, I'm big on aircraft flying exactly like real thing, so hopefully it can live up to expectations.

Anonymous said...

The model looks great. As we all have our opinions about aircraft, it would not bother me if the exterior was a picture of a COKE can with toothpicks stuck in each side for wings. I do in the simulator like I do in the real world, fly looking out the windscreens. (By the way the exterior model looks great) After seeing your panel and gauge modelling, I am looking forward to this aircraft. My best guess is the FDE will be as close to the real thing as possible.

Mason Dominique said...

Big hello to Safir from Dom ;)
Dom
ADX

Safir said...

I'm glad to hear that. I can't wait for it.
Continue the good work !

Big hello to you Dom :)

Anonymous said...

And how do you know that? Just because I like NG doesn't mean I like the Classic! PMDG is solid as iron on quality....Enigma who are they?

jonny petrovic said...

superb work. Just make the front windows on flight deck in proportion to the cockpit. On NGX that is the big fault and almost makes me unreal to fly it regarding the fact that I fly NGX as f/o in RL as well. Looking forward to this bird .

jonny petrovic said...

Great work. I just hope that front windows are smaler that NGX, becose viev from flight deck is not that wide as in real bird. Other than that,o far looks perfect.

Ashley Jones said...

I have been waiting for ages for a good 737 classic series

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