FScene releases Summer Textures for another three Continents.
Glad to inform you the Summer Textures for the following 3 Continents have been released:
- FScene2004 Africa
- FScene2004 South-America
- FScene2004 Australia&NwZealand
FScene gets PC-Pilot's "Classic Flightsimulation Product" AwardTony Radmilovich of PC-Pilot gives the MAXIMUM review score of 5 (star)planes to the FScene2004 Winter Textures - Go get PC-Pilots issue Nr.27 March/April 2004 in the shop
New special offer FScene2004-Europe complete - EUR 21.00 off!When ordering all four Seasons of FScene2004-Europe, you'll find a rebate of EUR 21.00 on your invoice.
The following FScene2004 Files are available at SimMarket
- FScene2004 Europe Summer Season
- FScene2004 Europe Fall Season
- FScene2004 Europe Winter Season
- FScene2004 Europe Spring Season
- FScene2004 USA&Canada Summer Season
- FScene2004 USA&Canada Fall Season
- FScene2004 USA&Canada Winter Season
- FScene2004 Africa Summer Season
- FScene2004 South-America Summer Season
- FScene2004 Australia&NwZealand Summer Season
Special offer for owners of FScene2002 ends per 31 March 2004.Please look for the conditions at the website www.fscene.com
About FScene2004Fscene is well known for its outstanding ground texture replacement files for Microsoft's Flight Simulator. The differences between FScene2002 and FScene2004 are quite surprising. Almost all known 'old' textures have been repainted to make the overall effect 'next to reality' and they have a better adaption to the beautiful Autogen.
The biggest surprise comes from the woods/mountains immages, which now give you the feeling of 'being there' as never before.
Experience a culture shock when FScene2004 moves you to a completely new environment in Flightsimming.
For plenty FScene2004 screenshots visit the website ww.fscene.com
You will see that special attention has been paid to the realistic textures of woods, giving the new FScene its 'next to reality' character. Also the adaption of the Autogen items has been improved considerably. Have Fun with the Flightsimulator, especially when flying low and slow!
All the best, Ruud Faber.
FScene Info: www.fscene.com