7.44Mb (1660 downloads)
This aircraft is based on the Japanese Comic and animation "Space Battle Ship Yamato". The package features FSX compatible gauges, a new basic VC and smoke effects. Model by Kazunori Ito, updated for FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Dec 15, 2013 15:42 by Michael Pook
0.04Mb (864 downloads)
While there are plenty of *wing gun effects, If you're really looking for a First World War fighter with nose gun effects, simply download this package and read the enclosed instructions! -TheHawkerHurricaneMan
Posted Dec 13, 2013 20:19 by TheHawkerHurricaneMan
2.68Mb (588 downloads)
FSX pilotable seaplane tender Nisshin, a ship from WWII. This FS-model is a very detailed CFS2 IJN warship made by Usio no Ibuki in a high quality. My AddOn is conferted to FSX and provides a pilotable ship with 2D panel as navigation bridge and two VC-cameras. Eighteen other cameras allows you to explore the ship, including the options to set an Aichi Jake floatplane onto the catapult. Included are artillerie-, AA-gun- and general ship-effects. Bitmaps and configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted Dec 12, 2013 02:53 by Erwin Welker
2.18Mb (712 downloads)
(fixed) FSX Pilotable torpedo boat destroyer USS Cole. This fast ship was in service from 1919 until 1945. The FS-model is a very detailed CFS2-model in a high quality, made by Usio no Ibuki. Now it is converted to FSX and provides even virtual decks views. My AddOn provides a pilotable ship with 2D panel as navigation bridge and four VC-cameras. Fourteen other cameras allows you to explore the ship, including the options to swivel both of the quadruple torpedolaunchers. Included are gun-, torpdo-, depth charches- and general ship-effects. Bitmaps and configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted Dec 11, 2013 17:32 by Erwin Welker
0.00Mb (2859 downloads)
Have you ever wandered how to put that favorite Spitfire of yours into one of the FSX Missions...?
Posted Nov 18, 2013 01:56 by TheHawkerHurricaneMan
7.85Mb (666 downloads)
FSX features for the pilotable japanese WWII destroyer IJN Kagero. The ship is a detailed CFS2-ai-ship from Usio No Ibuki. My AddOn provides a pilotable ship with navigation bridge, sounds and special effects. Twelve camera views let you explore the ship on deck, at the weapons or external and you can insert a swivelable torpedo launcher. Panel and configuration by Erwin Welker.
Posted Nov 14, 2013 05:17 by Erwin Welker
13.82Mb (5674 downloads)
This is based on the movie "Batman". It is a small jet plane in the sky of Gossam City when Batman confronts it with the Joker. The package features FSX compatible gauges for the VC and 2D panel. By Kazunori Ito, converted to FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Nov 12, 2013 06:27 by Michael Pook
10.66Mb (890 downloads)
FSX features for the pilotable German WWII armed merchant cruiser Thor. The ship is a detailed CFS2-ai-ship from Usio No Ibuki. This frighter carried six hidden 15cm-guns, three AA-gun twins, two double torpedo launchers and even one Arado-196 floatplane. The ship sank after a fuel explosion in the harbour of Yokohama. My AddOn provides a pilotable ship with navigation bridge, sounds and special effects. Thirteen camera views let you explore the ship inside, on deck, at the weapons or external. You can insert a swivelable gun or torpedo launcher and you can even swivel an Arado 196 floatplane with a crane. Panel and configuration by Erwin Welker.
Posted Nov 11, 2013 05:58 by Erwin Welker
5.87Mb (2374 downloads)
FSX Pilotable container ship Maersk McKinney Moller and Marie Maersk. These 400 m ships are the largest containerships ever built and the giants can carry 18.000 containers. One FS-model carries thousends of containers and the other version is empty. The modern photorealistic navigation bridge is regarding the real one. Six cameras allows you to explore the huge ship. The ai-models with the textures are made by Henrik Nielsen. They belong to his great scenery-/ai-traffic-package "75ai_ships_and_ai_ship_traffic.zip" which brings life into empty harbours. Features for the pilotable versions with panel, cameras and effects by Erwin Welker.
Posted Oct 8, 2013 09:58 by Erwin Welker