Simulation 30 March 2017
Another edition of one of the most advanced flight simulation games in development since the 90s by Laminar Research, a studio connected to NASA. X-Plane 11 does not deviate from the standards of the series in any way and offers its players the possibility of piloting a wide variety of civilian and military aircraft — starting from light planes, through giant passenger planes, and ending with helicopters. Traditionally, the game is characterized by impressive realism both in terms of the accurate recreation of available machines and flight physics. Compared to its predecessors, the production offers a revamped user interface, enhanced avionics, and even more detailed, fully functional 3D cockpits. Moreover, the title features new buildings and roads that better recreate the characteristics of Europe as well as airports that teem with life. There, we can see all kinds of vehicles, including maintenance and other AI-controlled machines.
Simulation 07 December 2011
The next installment of the series of extremely realistic flight simulators. In 10.0 version, the most improved graphics, enriching the game primarily with a three-dimensional substrate and full support for multi-core processors. Other modifications include changes in the operation of air traffic control towers and improvements in the performance of certain airborne aircraft systems.
Simulation 30 October 1999
X-Plane 5 is the fifth installment of a series of realistic flight simulations, developed by Laminar Research since the mid-1990s. Players have the opportunity to sit in the cockpit of many modern military and civil aircraft, but also gliders, helicopters and even space shuttles. The creators took care of realistic impressions related to the physics of flight and the influence of atmospheric conditions.