Sunday, September 29, 2013

Iris Pilatus PC-9/A. I'll take one please!

FSX. Iris Simulations should be nearing release or at least beta on their Jabiru project. And it seems the next project afterward is the already in development Pilatus PC-9/A. No other developer makes a better Pilatus or has more experience developing Pilatus aircraft than Iris. This is sure to be a top quality product! But the Pilatus I would really like to see is without a doubt the PC-12!
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Unknown said...

Iris are thiefs and everyone should know about how they steal other developer's work, including that of Milviz and Metal2Mesh:

I encourage everyone to share this information, as the community is too small to have one developer ripping off other developers' hard work!

Unknown said...

Although it does look absolutely stunning-as does all aircraft by Iris Simulations, I couldn't agree more about the PC-12. There isn't a doubt in my mind that with the way they put such hard work into detail and realism that it'd be one fantastic aircraft.. Isn't there a company (Razbam or someone else, I can't quite remember) that plans on working on creating a PC-12 for FSX after their other aircraft in line are made?

Speaking of uncertainly hoping for aircraft in the makes , I really wish Vertigo Studios would give us an update on their C-2A Greyhound. Rest assured I'm sure they're hard at work though, so I won't bug them.

Anyways, thanks for the awesome updates in simulator news as always guys, you can't believe (or maybe you can) how appreciative I am that you guys put your time into such a great site. Keep up the good work!

Unknown said...

I heard about this as well and was quite shocked. There was also a link to this page:

Unknown said...

I wonder how long it will take before they alienate this developer? The guy who did their PC-21 (Jose) has also left. It's sad that Iris does this sort of behavior.

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