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i am slightly confused so can someone please clear this up for me?


is this sim a add on to F4?

or a stand alone sim?


will it require F4?

if so will it work with F4:AF?


im so confused please clear this up for me!


many thanks



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Naturaly you are confused, because you only read the title.


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Looks realy interesting. The scenario looks great and I would love to fly those old MiGs, Mirages and Buccaneers. Especialy the Mirage F1. I wonder thou how well they manage to model individual avionics.


But 2D cockpits is a big letdown. After beeing addicted to TrackIR since years, there is no way I can fly without the superior situation awareness of a 3D pit.

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I downloaded the first video and was not very impressed. Nevertheless, I salute their attempt and effort in making this simulation.

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