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FSBreak 94: Infinite Flight for Windows Phone 7

Hosted by Eric McClintock, Chris Palmer, and Nick Collett, special guests Matt and Philippe. News collected by Tom!

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Interview with Infinite Flight Devlopers

Learn more about Infinate Flight here, and check out Flying Developments Studio here!


NEW VATSIM Hamburger Fly-In Event!

Save this date, and E-Mail us if you can make it!

  • ZLA's Bravos by the Beach
  • Sunday July 31st
  • 2100-0100z

We are still working out the details, but tentatively planned for VNY (Van Nuys) to SBA (Santa Barbara), and then SBA to SBP (San Luis County)

Flight Webisode 4

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Take on Helicopters Community Preview

As the Take On Helicopters development moves through beta, we're ready to start letting players take a sneaky peek under the hood. To begin with, we're set to offer a limited amount of work-in-progress content to the community, including one of our helicopters, its associated flight-model and the new interactive functionality.

Below, we'll set out in a little more detail what the requirements will be to participate, specify what the content is exactly, and point out some of the particulars that we're looking for in terms of feedback!

To participate, you'll need to own and have installed a retail copy of Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead and, ideally, a burgeoning passion for helicopter gameplay!

More Info Here!

Orbx Diamond Point and Olympic Field Video

Orbx Cancels KSEA and PPDX (Seattle and Portland Intl)

We decided to not do larger international airports anymore, a while back. They take far too long to make, cost us far too much, and are just not fun to make for the developers anymore. We also won't dumb them down and compromise on our design and authentic detail, that's just not what we do.

So no KSEA or KPDX, and I doubt other developers will tackle them either given the baseline performance of those two cities.

I should have updated the roadmap page sooner, sorry about that.

Perhaps poll FlyTampa to port their FS9 KSEA using a low-geometry approach? We still plan to revamp downtown Seattle with new building models, and that is a necessary precursor to any large airports going into the area.

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