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RealAir Spitfire for FSX Released!

RealAir Spitfire for FSXThe word is beginning to leak out across the Web… the RealAir Simulations Spitfire package for FSX has been released! If you had this beauty in FS9, then you know what a groundbreaking bit of work it was. Now just imagine it with new variants and added options, rebuilt to full FSX standards. That’s right, this is no port-over, but a true FSX bird that will work just as well in SP2 and DX10 as its predecessor did in FS9. If you’re not familiar with RealAir, run immediately to their site and check it out. Included in the purchase price is the scenery I did for them, RAF West Malling, circa 1943. Like the Spit, the scenery was also rebuilt to full FSX specs, and I’m delighted to report that on my system, it performs even better than the original. In a world of few true FSX releases, this is one not to be missed.

Silence is Golden

Sorry for not writing more lately. While I’ve been ignoring this blog, I’ve been hip-deep in work on several other projects. For bush fliers, the work continues on the Tongass Fjords X package, release date TBD. I’ll try to post some screenies soon — you’ll like what you see. Also, Emma Field X is back in the works, albeit at an early stage. And for RealAir’s upcoming FSX Spitfire, there will be an updated version of my RAF West Malling airfield.

As if that wasn’t enough, I’ve also beenĀ  spending a great deal of time on my latest novel, working title: Last Thurday. As I work through the process of noveling, ideas occur to me for short essays. I’ve begun collecting them on my new writing blog Words for Writers.

Please accept my apologies for not being a more attentive FS blogger. I’ll get back on track soon, I promise. And I’ll have lots of pics to post, too! Say tuned.