Sunday, September 29, 2013

Richer Grenada released!

FSX. Richer Simulations has just released their Grenada project the Spice Isle, and its main port of entry, Maurice Bishop International Airport. Fly across from Europe, North America or South America via any one of the major airlines which utilize its 8966 foot runway, one of the longest in the Eastern Caribbean. You could also cruise, low and slow, from the Grenadines by FlyTampa, Tobago by LatinVFR, and TVSV & TLPC by Taxi2Gate! Get your copy now on Simmarket.


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7 comments:

Mason Dominique said...

No details, and absolutely zero screenshots of the terminal. This doesn't feel very good...
Dom Mason

David Macpherson said...

Will you be giving us a closer look at this scenery in a review D'Andre? Please do if you can :-)

Jerome Zimmermann said...

I like the atmosphere in some of the screenshots, looking forward to a more detailed look.

DAndre Newman said...

They did send over a copy. I'll try to put together the ADX FirstLook later today.

Richer Simulations said...

Photos of the entire airport and surroundings can be found on the product page.
Additional photos can be found on the facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/richersimulations

Richer Simulations said...

Photos of the entire airport and surroundings can be found on the product page.
Additional photos can be found on the facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/richersimulations

Matthias Brigowski said...

On my system the grass shimmers non-stop and the configuration tool produces some errors.

Overall I find that the scenery should be much more green, it doesn't feel or look like Grenada, but more like Nevada, the ground looks so very dry :P

I can see that they are strong in 3D object creation, the ground imagery needs a lot more work to appear less dry and needs to be corrected to give that Caribbean green island feeling.

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