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On 2017-6-5 at 11:21 PM, HorstDerrick said:

 

..Ho Chi Minh City, Catiglan Boracay, Pnom Penh, Fukuoka....to stay in aisa....

 

 

and please animate the ships laying in the sea, seen on final approach..that view is soo stunning

 

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I agree, maybe a few extra ships added to the scenery would be good.  With the addition of Henrik Nielsen's global shipping traffic there should be plenty to see.

 

Here is a view from another scenery in P3D (Manila)

 

 

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Looking forward to a new Singapore scenery!

 

Cheers,

 

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Mega Airport Singapore X (by Antti Haka), It's still some way off but we thought it would be nice to share some first images!

Another Aerosoft decision i can not understand. There are many great airports which were never made in FS. For Singapore there is a high quality payware coming up soon.   If you need inspira

We'll also make sure this works on P3d V4. The only decision that has not yet been made (because there is no release version) is if the new options will be used. But making scenery work might be as si

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How's the development so far? Also, I was thinking of maybe adding SODE and high detail textures as we now have P3D V4 (64 bit), also. Maybe the terminal glass would be a see through, and that maybe Singapore surroundings would be made and add 3D grass? :)
I am more than hyped for this project! 
Thanks! <3 

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4 minutes ago, Captain Murad said:

I've literally been checking up on this for the last months and got zero news.. 
I'm so hyped for it, but it's unfortunate that we aren't getting updated.. :( 

 

Please keep Mathijs' first statement in this topic in mind:

 

On 5/19/2017 at 11:56 AM, Mathijs Kok said:

Mega Airport Singapore X (by Antti Haka), It's still some way off but we thought it would be nice to share some first images!

 

For me this says that there is still lot's of work to be done before it's getting close to release.

 

Updates will be given automatically in the preview topics when new information becomes available. When there are no updates there simply wasn't anything that AS sees fit to be published. That's nothing to worry about.

 

Good things need time. so please be patient all.

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17 minutes ago, Tom A320 said:

 

Please keep Mathijs' first statement in this topic in mind:

 

 

For me this says that there is still lot's of work to be done before it's getting close to release.

 

Updates will be given automatically in the preview topics when new information becomes available. When there are no updates there simply wasn't anything that AS sees fit to be published. That's nothing to worry about.

 

Good things need time. so please be patient all.

You are right, patience is key! 

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4 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

Mmm, indeed, I als have no news on this, will ask the project manager.

 

When designers sign Aerosoft up to be their publisher, or even for internal projects, do they not have predetermined deadlines by which they have to deliver the project?  Some of these scenery projects float around for years.

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2 hours ago, ErichB said:

 

When designers sign Aerosoft up to be their publisher, or even for internal projects, do they not have predetermined deadlines by which they have to deliver the project?  Some of these scenery projects float around for years.

 

As far as I know, no. Deadlines only lead to rushwork and rushwork leads to bugs and low quality, so it's understandable Aerosoft doesn't have any deadlines.

 

There is indeed a lot of difference in development speed. That's because some developers are working on their projects full-time, it's their job. Others do it next to their existing jobs and can therefor spend much less time developing.

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2 hours ago, ErichB said:

 

When designers sign Aerosoft up to be their publisher, or even for internal projects, do they not have predetermined deadlines by which they have to deliver the project?  Some of these scenery projects float around for years.

 

Indeed they do and yes we do have deadlines and schedules. But they often change for many different reasons. For example the release and fast adaptation of P3D V4 changed a lot of schedules. But also professional projects (that always have priority) could play a role.

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On 11/29/2017 at 8:43 AM, Irizar said:

Well... you're right I guess, cause most of airports have wingflex ;)

It was a prod at the people pestering Mathijs (can never seem to spell his name right) about wingflex on the Airbus family, in case you missed the reference!

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On 1/4/2018 at 4:15 PM, ydelta said:

Any progress on this scenery?

Does it stand a chance to get out in Q1 2018? 

There for sure is. If what Imaginesim has been saying regarding their screenshots of WSSS, that they won’t share any due to being in competition with Aerosoft’s version, then that could very well be the case here. But let’s be honest here, we all know it’ll be worth the wait and perfection takes time!

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On 1/13/2018 at 4:24 AM, aayyppxx said:

Imaginesim has also said that they are working on the project, and release is still a couple of months away. There has been absolutely no word on the status of this project for months.

Based on their new screenshots, theirs doesn’t look to be too far from release. Really interested in any news on this project as well.

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