Let's Sim Store closure

His reasons are perfectly valid. When you get to a point where you are losing money, you sometimes need to stop the bleed. On some projects, you can go on. On other projects – especially ones where more than one person is involved – that’s harder. Usually impossible.

Dave came up with a way to protect the authors’ work and brought some very interesting features such as their 360 preview. That was something that really impressed me but, at the same time, it was nothing that I wasn’t expecting from Dave. He’s just like that: always wanting to push things forth and making it all better.

I am deeply sorry to see Let’s Sim disappear. It was a shock to me and I am sure it wasn’t an easy decision for Dave. Not easy at all.

It’s a huge loss to the community and I just hope we don’t lose more. We are a community, moved by a passion that we all share and cherish. I hope we keep on, united.

To Dave: hang in there, buddy. You know how to reach me if needed.

You’ve shown us that there are other ways, cooler ways, to do things and that we should not settle with how things have always been done.

Thank you. For everything.

Read their announcement here.

Note: this post was made together with FlightDeckX and FSElite in solidarity with Dave and the Let's Sim Team. A community should stick together. Always. That's what we defend.