You can make Microsoft Flight Simulator X run faster by reducing the graphics quality.
Yes, you can get a Concord for Microsoft Flight Simulator X from websites that make add-on aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator X.
Probably not because the main flight simulator in the world is Microsoft Flight Simulator. And unless Sony and Microsoft get together to make a flight simulator for PSP (which is highly unlikely), there basically isn't much ways for there to be a flight simulator for PSP either. There is a flight simulator for iPad made by some company but I don't think they're going to make one for PSP.
Its a flight simulator that claims to be as close to the realistic world a is possible to make at the time. Microsoft have cased making it and supporting it but there are still millions of users world wide who have access to the boxed and steam platforms
You can't make planes in Flight Simulator X.
It takes longer to load depending on a number of things. 1. addon scenery 2. more textures and planes added to the objects file 3. greater density
There is nothing to suggest that Microsoft intend to release a version of Flight Simulator 10 for the Mac. Even if they did it would not be as good as X-Plane. (See links below)
you will need a paint package like MS paint, paintshop pro Gimp etc and a piece of free software called DMTBMP
Start by using a joystick to basic flight control. Look through the Kneeboard for the keyboard controls and note the most important ones then go to the learning centre and make use of that its well worth the effort.
well you can't really make it blow up but you can make it go on fire. you need to go to failures and go to engine and check off fire for witch engine you want in flames.
There is no reason why not as long as your graphics/ ram are sufficient. You can, like win 7 make the software "compatible" in the setup options
Many available are freeware and need to be downloaded and added to the simobjects folder > Airplanes (then in to the types available ) If adding additional texture for planes in the default range you must make changes to add in to the Aircraft.cfg file
We Don't no yet as they are still trying to make the game which might be for sale in 2010 or 2011
From Jabbawockeez9Flight simulator is technically not a game but a simulation - although it can be used as a game, its primary use is to simulate actual flight, to make it as real as possible - you can use it very simply by just loading an aircraft ready to take off, push all the controls forward, take off and just have fun but the real beauty of flight simulator is you can make it almost like the real thing - you can add scenery software that looks almost like the real thing down to every road and river, custom aircraft that teams of designers spend years to develop to fly and look ultra realistically - you can do all the preflighting, checklists, etc just like the real thing - and you can add a full array of controls and real gauges, multiple monitors etc for an incredibly true to life flying experience you could also get on the net and fly with others, in virtual worlds with live airtraffic controllers.Microsoft actually makes two flight sims, the normal one called flight simulator which is a simulator for general/civilian aviation - the other is combat flight simulator which is a military simulator that simulates air combat as close to reality as possible - when "played" to simulate real air combat it is a simulator, when used with rules, to accrue points and such it becomes a game"Flight Simulator" is a PC-computer game for playing at home. This game can be purchased for any computer and has great graphics for the more advanced computer. You load the software and fly the aircraft using your mouse and the keyboard. Or you can buy hardware that simulates the control yoke of a commercial airliner or small Cessna OR the pistol grip that simulates the grip on a fighter jet or helicopter. This type of hardware will require more powerful computer to use.Flight Simulator software allows you to practice (a) the basic flying skills and aerobatics and (b) navigation skills. I believe commercial pilots can use an advanced version of Flight Simulator with select lessons to allow them to keep up with their ratings.My favorite is practicing to soar in a glider by catching thermal up-drafts. I would think that this would be good practice if you ever thought about taking Soaring lessons someday.For more info on flight simulators see related links.Hope this answered your question(s)
A flight simulator has many different aspects for FAA approval. Take a look at aeronautical systems engineering, leading Avionics Simulation design flight simulation,Flight Training Systems. Building certified FAA motion base systems www.aerosyseng.com They manufacture Full Flight Simulators 6 DOF systems that are Faa Qualified Level D They also make non motion Flight training devices aka FTD fully enclosed cockpit and they are FAA Qualified Level 6. There is another device called Advanced Aviation Training Device or AADT not enclosed cockpit buy utilizes same instruments as the Full Flight Simulator (FFS)
you cant, you can try to download them from websites such as fs-freeware.net or flyawaysimulation.com but theyre a nightmare to find and make your computer go unbelievably slow, making it crash most the time and kick you out. the most you can get is a block elephant in africa, with a few other "animals" here and there.
The Concorde was one such flight which can make out a mac no of 1..thereby defeating the speed of sound..
IN flight sim the Flight Acceleration mode is used to make the game move faster (similar to fast forward) This is ok in the normal flight mode but is NOT acceptable in the multi flight i.e. on IVAO etc
Why would you make it specifically non-violent? It's nice to have the option of running over a few peds, at least.
I play it on 64-bit Windows 7 with no problem. Check your video card, it may make a difference.
Want to know the best flight sim? It is not a new finding that there are numerous flight simulator games in the market, but most of them will leave you with a fallen face and a curse on your lips. However, you can still enjoy the best flight simulators in the market if you are careful and analytical enough. All you need to know is what quality must a good flight game possesses. You need to get a flight simulator that does not kill your dream of becoming a pilot. Horrible flight Sims can do this. Get a simulator that suits your needs. The best simulator will first of all have beautiful graphics. Some of such programs come with horrible visual abilities that do not motivate you to fly. These are graphical features that are basic for a good flight simulator. The graphics for your flight sim should be able to capture the real environmental features and sceneries. This adds the feel of real life into your game. Playing it can make it feel like it is real. Avoid games that make if feel like you are flying in a virtual world. Look for a flight simulator that: * Allows environment change without distorting its graphics * Has clear graphics to save your eyes * Incorporates beauty and attractiveness The flight simulator should allow you to improve your skills and have a taste of various equipment and abilities. The flight mechanism should, for instance, be sophisticated with a variety for you to choose from. Since the PC game is supposed to keep your heart racing, and your urge demanding for more, choose the flight simulator that provides you with many different aircrafts such as combat jets, helicopters and even passenger aircrafts. It is important for the flight sim to capture some reality for your own personal development in flight skills. For instance, the basis of the software used for controlling the equipment, and the equipment itself should capture the reality in the aviation field. Finding the best flight simulator may mean getting the one with the greatest advantage for you over the other programs in the market. Checking some features can help you a great deal in finding the best flight simulator you need. Comprehensively checking the market is very helpful for you. You should be able to check whether * The program allows for add-ons. * It will require online support. * It has real time appliances built in, and. * Whether the add-ons are chargeable. Add-ons are the updates needed to keep on improving your computer game. For the best flight sims, this is provided for. Some vendors will even allow you add-ons and online support for free. Finally, the best flight simulator come with a set of inbuilt demos and manuals. This should be able to jam-start your world of PC gaming into a whole lot of new experiences. So whatever the deal, it is important to find the best flight sims for your computer. This site, http://flightsim-review.blogspot.com/ would be a good place to start to read a review on a popular flight SIM game.
It is for sure far more realistic and has tons of add ons most of them free. Plus you can make your own.
You can start the flight simulator in Google Earth by pressing Ctrl+Alt+A or selecting enter flight simulator from the tools menu. You have the option to start flying from the current view or from an airport runway (pick one from list with airports around the world). Once you see the aircraft HUD display you can press page-up key to accelerate.
Third Party panels are those make by people other than Microsoft's ACE team. Panels are available for a range of aircraft - Some are pay to use others are freeware. Always back up existing panels before adding anything new to the configuration