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Old 11-10-2019, 01:14 PM
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I've still got the old pre-Deluxe or pre-anything else version of AeroFly Pro. Surprisingly, it still works on newer operating systems. Now I realize that graphics have come a long way since then, but what about physics? Have the physics really changed since the old days?
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Our latest RC flight simulator is the aerofly RC8 and you can find more details here https://www.ikarus.net/en/rc8-features/
There's significant advancement overall.
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Thanks. Yeah, the newer versions are clearly nicer to look at, but I wouldn't be able to assess whether there are any improvements in physics realism without actually trying them. There are all kinds of bells and whistles that I wouldn't really need from a learning perspective. I suppose it does break up the monotony if you can get a change of scenery every now and then.
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