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 martin[flytampa] (Wed Nov 07, 2012 4:14 am)

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A few FSX Previews of Dubai-Rebooted (FS9, FSX and Prepar3D)

Enjoy.
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 heliosair (Wed Nov 07, 2012 6:30 am)

Posts: 9
that is just simply stunning.. and behind the curtain work.. not a single screenshot from before.. hope will be released this week as i still have money on my credit card :D he he
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 bradley27 (Wed Nov 07, 2012 6:50 am)

Posts: 113 | Location: London, UK
OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!! Flytampa, need i write again just how much i love the work you produce, and worth every last penny!! Excellent stuff, cant bloody wait! Thankyou from me and from all the FS universe im sure! Please dont stop this quality of work, you have again raised that bar beyond all the rest! Still NUMBER 1!!!! :D
Bradley - P3Dv3 (AIG & FAIB)
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 mozart (Wed Nov 07, 2012 6:58 am)

Posts: 26
I do not belong to the people who will go into using zillions of exclamation marks and smileys and whatever (not that I disapprove of it, just not my style), but I really have to compliment the developers of this scenery.

I go to Dubai every week, I have my second residence there, in Dubai Marina. The screenshots show an absolutely impressive level of detail and accuracy. The little canals of the Al Qasr resort just by the Burj Al Arab, the shape of the pools at the Royal Mirage, the facades of the skycrapers in Marina - superb.

Bravo for this, please continue to work at this level of excellence.
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 Rafal (Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:03 am)

Posts: 59 | Location: Poland
It looks awesome!
The typical FlyTampa superquality.

Thank you very much for recreating Dubai, guys.
And even more thanks for keeping our FS9 alive. Image
My credit card will thank you directly this week, of course.

All the best to Martin and George,
Rafal
best regards,
Rafal
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 alehead (Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:15 am)

Posts: 23
Wow...

Amazing, roll on the PMDG 777 for this!

I would be interested to know how the scenery performs in comarison to say LGAV...

One for the "must-have" list.

Andrew
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 waleed (Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:15 am)

Posts: 30 | Location: Dubai
:D :shock: :D
Fantastic.
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 nevetrek (Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:16 am)

Posts: 17
Whawww , at last ...Fly Tampa wake-up ... and go out of silence about Dubai 8)
I'am very afraid when I read " Release scheduled for Summer 2014 " :o
Great job, I very happy come back to Dubay with FSX .... Great and thank you.

Manuel
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 george[flytampa] (Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:32 am)

Site Admin | Posts: 2874 | Location: Southampton, UK
alehead wrote:Wow...

Amazing, roll on the PMDG 777 for this!

I would be interested to know how the scenery performs in comarison to say LGAV...

One for the "must-have" list.

Andrew


It depends on your AI planes, but the frame rate is exceptionally good. As good as ATH.
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 waleed (Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:57 am)

Posts: 30 | Location: Dubai
Second look is worse than the first one for me as there is so much more than I had hoped for.
This is fantastic work.
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 timflightx (Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:00 am)

Posts: 9
Looks amazing Martin! I love the city and of course the airport itself. Great work!
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 Bakern (Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:09 am)

Posts: 22 | Location: Hamar, Norway
WOOOOW. :o

Aplause to George and his team.


Brgds
Stein-Ove
Hamar
Norway
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 Joker767 (Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:31 am)

Posts: 16 | Location: Vienna
Nice!! :) Was waiting long for this, thank you! :)
Best regards
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 keino333 (Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:32 am)

Posts: 44
george[flytampa] wrote:
alehead wrote:Wow...

Amazing, roll on the PMDG 777 for this!

I would be interested to know how the scenery performs in comarison to say LGAV...

One for the "must-have" list.

Andrew


It depends on your AI planes, but the frame rate is exceptionally good. As good as ATH.


Ready to slam the Credit Card....but before doing so the aforementioned is a big statement Martin, As such I must ask
1. Elaborate on the AI usage
2. Please advise the AI that was used when testing/in these screenshots
or
if not suggest native FSX AI or otherwise
thanks.
I currently use Woai for both FS9 and FSX..but using mostly FSX these days i see an impact on frames. Please note that I just want the focus to remain on the best /recommended AI for this scenery and I will determine how I proceed from there.

Once again Martin /George - FlyTampa I am extremely appreciative of your work..
Cheers
Keino