Looking for an amazing helicopter for X-Plane 11? Or perhaps you already have it but haven’t heard about the update? The DreamFoil Creations Bell 407 goes the extra mile (or 10) and Jeff Tucker (a former OH-58 pilot — the somewhat military version of the 407) took her for a spin. Read on.
If you are an X-Plane fan and the name Frank Dainese doesn’t ring a bell to you, you need to know this: you are missing out, big time. Frank’s an astonishing scenery creator and he’s ready to release his latest work: Matterhorn for X-Plane.
The Thrustmaster Warthog is one of the most sought-out joysticks in the market and there are very few simmers out there that haven’t heard of this product. But good products can become better and Rainman Simulators helped it out with the Warthog adaptor kit.
Let me alleviate any suspicions you might get later, I’m a native of the Pacific Northwest and there is certainly some bias present. Therefore, when I get an opportunity to review scenery that is so near and close to home, such as Allan & Burrows, I immediately get excited!
Good scenery is something we all look forward to and flying in big cities with a helicopter is a great experience. Most of the times we get a nice airport and parts of the city. Virtual Design 3D’s SCTB Tobalaba and Santiago City adds that and a lot more for the helicopter pilots.