(Just curious, is that my Lufthansa logo there on the tail?)
@randomusername but you could hide 10 parts in the fuselage and nothing more and by pass the whole thing
I’ll make as many egg planes as I want when I want!
Also did you know that there are more planes in the ocean than submarines in the sky?
40 upvotes??? That’s a lot, do most players even have 40 planes to upvote? And if so that’s going to take a really long time to do lol
Well to be fair it says “over” 50,000
PO-2 because 2-OP
Total overkill is the way to go with cockpits lol
Dark age? Who said that? Was it from one of those rather pointless false posts claiming SP is dead?
Here is what I think of the F35
So far in my tests the only thing I have is the zoom while in the flying portion is rather sensitive and it may just be my poorly made panels but it appears that when you are a certain distance or angle from say a wing it looks like there is a slight gap leaving a small black line across the parts edge like this (They are hard to spot in the picture but it’s on both wings going out from the fuselage to the wing tips) which I don’t see in 1.7
(Other than those really small things I have zero issues, and I seam to get roughly 5-10 more FPS in the new version)
With those lines on the parts:
(Again small black lines on the edges of the part that are hard to spot in the picture running the length of the wing and it does appear on other builds)
We aren’t in any dark age of SP it’s still as great as it was 2+ years ago
Once you reach 70,000,000,000 points you get a free Gulfstream IV or Cessna Citation X
The newest and hottest plane page in a nutshell
New airports would be great too
What about Stalinwood? And or Stalinium?
When you look a real vehicle and go "holly crap that looks very realistic and is very detailed!"
4 years old? You know you are supposed to be 13 or older to be here? Reported for being underaged
Step 8, dont bring a 28.9 million part build into MP and don’t troll
Speaking of rules, doesn’t this fall under the rule about not calling another user out?
Because I’m pretty sure there is a rule on that
This reminds me, I once saw one guy with the license plate of “TicketMe”
And yes he was doing 90mph+ through a 70mph zone lol
That could be worth doing on that car
”If its 1.5 blocks below why not just nudge it down by 1.5 blocks fixing this issue?” 🤔
Sigh, it’s not dead, this fact has been proven 1000000 times before that it isn’t dead :/
What about more smaller airports? ;-;
SP is still very much alive
(Ford F-150 is still better btw insert troll face here)
Also this looks amazing btw
Dang it! Almost first
Nope! It’s 100% dead, totally no planes being uploaded every 10-20min
(Still very much alive)
Was sent to le gulag, uh honestly idk lol
Well 7700 is for general emergencies, so stuff involving airframe issues and I believe passengers are covered under that also. 7600 is for radio failure, or lost communications, and there are a “few” complex procedures to follow with radio failure. And finally, 7500 is for hijacking and hijacking only.
I could go in depth more on those, so that’s just a basic summary of them
The reason why I called it Bent Prop is kinda self explanatory, usually only Cessnas and sorts can fit up there, and most of the time anyone lands there, they hit their prop on the ground and break it, hence Bent Prop
(In case anyone wanted to know the reason behind the name)
When you are working on a model aircraft in real life and think painting it will just be a few extra parts and will be easy while only taking 10 minutes to do then realize you actually have to paint it by hand with a brush
When you again are working on a model aircraft in real life and when you stop for the day you try to find the save button to save what you did on the model that day and sit there for 5 minutes looking for the save button
When you look at a real A320 gear doors close and wonder how did they get the rotors to be timed like that
Or when you are making a plastic model kit and when you stop for the day you frantically look around for the save button
@CruzerBlade @TheFantasticTyphoon not true, the media portrays it as such and that’s just not right, the real issue that should be talked about but isn’t is crew training and hour requirements in other countries, 240 hours is all you need in other countries, in the US its 1,500 hours, I could go on forever about all the other things on this
I have a few actually
And I would also throw in the Lake Renegade (Lake La-4-250) in this list too
I thought Boeing made the B-29
@Dllama4 no problem!
16,000? 16,000 parts? On a iPad? If that’s the case I highly doubt that
Judging by the last two post of the same picture and description of “with no further context. (Other post removed)” this is still trying to break the upvote record which btw is still against the rules to try and get people to upvote your post like that
If you really want to break the upvote record, here is how to do it:
Step 1, not beg for upvotes
Step 2, actually spend more than 2min on a 3 part build and build super detailed awesome build worthy of said record
Step 4, upload super detailed and awesome looking and flying build with a great description and name instead of just “egg”
Step 5, don’t again beg for upvotes to break said record
(Side note, aren’t you supposed to play the game for fun and not solely for points that mean absolutely nothing?)
@DerpyCookie17 @PlanemcPlane actually the plane was named after this small mouse thingy called a Pika that I believe is native to my home state of Montana, that live in rocks in the mountains, that I thought it was a fitting thing for this