After the release of the Phi Phi Islands and the Poda Group Islands, Stefan a.k.a. monoblau continued the Krabi4XPlane project and released now an extensive scenery package for the mainland, called Krabi Outback Adventures. Without revealing too much, your visit of the Krabi outback will definitely be an adventure. So much things to explore, but see yourself: […]Read More Krabi Outback Mesh and Scenery
We’re in the mid of this years Antarctica season. A great opportunity for the annual update of the Antarctica4XPlane terrain meshes for X-Plane. First of all, I’m very happy that Aerosoft offered me the option to host my freeware mesh sceneries, covering the Antarctic continent. This means, that not only the download links changed, but also that the various […]Read More Annual update of Antarctica4XPlane
After the award-winning sceneries Antarctica4XPlane and Svalbard4XPlane, I’m proud to announce, that Faroes4XPlane is available now. The scenery package features a X-Plane rendition of the Faroe Islands archipelago as well as the Vágar Airport and eight helipads, which are spread over the islands. You can expect a stunning landscape (about 1.400 square kilometers of custom […]Read More Faroes4XPlane is released now!
Over the past few weeks, I continuously reported about the progress of the Faroes4XPlane development. We are now getting closer to the final phase of the project and thus the time has come for a summary: Product description Faroes4XPlane is a highly realistic recreation of the Faroe Islands, the Vágar Airport and eight helipads. The […]Read More Key Features of Faroes4XPlane
After the postings about the Vágar Airport and the Landscape, it’s time to talk about the eight helipads which will be included in the Faroes4XPlane scenery package: Froðba (EKFA), Kirkja (EKKU), Klaksvík (EKKV), Mykines (EKMS), Skúvoy (EKSY), Stóra Dímun (EKSR), Svínoy (EKSO) and Tórshavn/Bodanes (EKTB). Therewith, Faroes4XPlane features with the Vágar Airport not only a challenging runway for pilots of airliners, but is also a paradise […]Read More Faroes4XPlane – The Helipads
We’re making a good progress in developing Faroes4XPlane and the time has come to inform about a further scenery component: The Landscape. As mentioned with the announcement of the project, the scenery package will not only contain a detailed rendition of the Vágar Airport and the eight helipads, but also a custom terrain mesh. The Faroe Islands build […]Read More The Landscape of Faroes4XPlane
Since the latest posting, it isn’t a real secret anymore: Maps2XPlane is working in cooperation with Albert Ràfols on a virtual rendition of the Faroe Islands: The scenery package for X-Plane will contain: The Vágar Airport, the eight helipads on the archipelago, and of course the stunning landscape. Detailed information will follow in the upcoming weeks, today […]Read More Faroes4XPlane – Vágar Airport
After the award winning sceneries Antarctica4XPlane and Svalbard4XPlane I’m proud to announce that I’m working together with a new partner on a brand new payware scenery package for the X-Plane flight simulator. The partner I could win for this ambitious project is Albert Ràfols, the developer of the great SpainUHD scenery. What can you expect? Well, without […]Read More Sunrise over a new scenery
After the release of the Phi Phi Islands, Stefan a.k.a. monoblau continued the Krabi4XPlane project and invites us now to the Poda Group Islands. If you already liked his previous scenery package, you’ll now definitively fall in love: Stefan’s semi-fictive Poda Group Island scenery package for X-Plane including a custom terrain mesh by Maps2XPlane is available at x-plane.org.Read More Poda Group Islands Mesh and Scenery
In continuation to the two articles about the idea and goals, and the current state of the development of a new X-Plane tool to edit existing terrain meshes, here is another status report: Some of the most renowned X-Plane add-on designers could already benefit from the services, which I can offer with my new mesh edit […]Read More A tool to edit X-Plane Meshes: What’s new and next?