Friday, April 19, 2013

Haikou Meilan. Very nice!!

FS9/FSX. SkySoft Simulation is one of the many independent developers that we have really been keeping a very close eye on. He has a very good development technique and his sceneries are very easy on frames (I own a few myself) With each release, which are often, his quality methods get better and better. As I have said before, the only thing lacking in all of his products is the absence of AES. Either Oliver Pabst is clearly not interested, or the developer simply doesn't care for it. But I did get a tip that the developer did contact Oliver. As to what transpired after, I don't know... But the latest development looks great!






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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is this a new scenery? What about Shenzen?

Anonymous said...

what about ZBAA?

Søren Veje said...

I guess this and ZGSZ will be released at the same time, so you'll have two good chinese quality airports to choose between - they look great so far...and from a HQ developer like SKYSOFT, it can't go wrong ;-)

There's already a very very light freeware scenery/AFCAD for ZGSZ for FSX.

...and i never found out, what happened to this ZBAA scenery?...i was looking forward to it...but i guess the developer gave up or something...last reply was in 2010...

http://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?t=75831

Anonymous said...

IMO Skysoft should do the main Chinese hubs first before doing the regional airports, as people like to connect their flights between their payware airports, and Haikou only serves regional flights.

With the big hubs I don't mind a lower quality version as long as it's good value for money (i.e. low price) and perhaps they can update it later on with a 'reboot'. This should help small developers from being trapped in large, time consuming projects.

Anonymous said...

Are they going to finally come out of the dinosaur age, and develop for FSX?

Otherwise, common logic dictates they will not survive, financially.

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