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Does anyone have simulators at home?

mad dog

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pilot
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#17
Here's my home simulator...it's a good one [imho]...original Nintendo Game Boy [1989] w/ Tetris. During deployment, no Blackshoe [or Brownshoe] could ever beat me in Tetris. Tetris rocks.

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mad dog

*** liters of dunkin’ ***
pilot
Contributor
#19
Here's my other home simulator...it's made of paper...BUT it was FREE! I was flying it today...it's sort of hard to fly since many of the buttons/switches/levers are in different locations than what I'm accustomed to...BUT I'm happy to report that I found the phone [see last pic].

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Griz882

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Griz882

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pilot
#21
Ill be giving the pubs their due diligence, and will spend the time in the cockpit trainers to get my EPs and checklists down, but I still think a simulator would be a lot of fun and maybe really useful if I can load it on 3D google earth (corse rules).

Check out this video! From the looks of it, the equipment/software probably ran him 1.5k or so.

Blow a few grand on this kind of thing and you will certainly avoid the woman trap that everyone warms you about. Maybe permenently! :oops:
 

Renegade One

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#22
Not since I upgraded to Windows 10...which isn't backwards compatible with ANY of my WWII combat flight sims, even the ones by Microsoft. Bummer desu.
 

Hopeful Hoya

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#23
Not since I upgraded to Windows 10...which isn't backwards compatible with ANY of my WWII combat flight sims, even the ones by Microsoft. Bummer desu.
You should check out DCS. While not a WWII-specific sim, they are close to releasing a Normandy 1944 map and have a growing stable of period aircraft, including the P-51 and BF-109.
 
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