FSX Mission "Oregon Ablaze"
FSX Mission "Oregon Ablaze". Fire season is upon us again and already there have been reports of several fires burning to the east. A forward command post has been established on the north shore of the Agate reservoir to better co-ordinate our fire-fighting resources. Today you will be flying the...
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 5.9 MB
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- Scanned 15 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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The archive phmisx_1.zip has 124 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|texture.FIRE EATER||11.12.06||0 B|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
I always love to try out new missions when using a flight simulator and this mission seemed to be right up my alley! Oregon Ablaze put you in the position whereby you had to get out there and help the good people of Oregon deal with the fires that break out from time to time.
With fires to the East you need to set out like the hero you are and dispose of them, keeping the good people of Oregon safe once again from the hazards of a fire. This is a truly interesting mission, and one I really would recommend to anyone to try.
The whole package is designed to ensure that you can get the details that you require before the mission starts, which is a nice touch. Lots of mission packs send you out into the mission and don’t give you a clear enough detail; this, however, is clear as day.
Now, you can just enjoy the mission instead of always worrying how you are going to get back in the first place! The entire plan of what you are dealing with in this mission, though, is to fly around from the northern short of the Agate Reservoir to deliver the help that people need. You’ll be heading to and from flash points handling the damage, and I have to say that it’s impeccably done.
The author, Phil Stokes, put a huge amount of time and effort into creating fun missions that ensure you will have more fun getting used to the flight format than ever before. Instead of just A to B journeys this requires you to get involved and work with the other groups to make sure you can get the fire dealt with.
All you need to do is fly over to the Command Post and get your next objective, so that you can then keep on moving with the mission. It can be hard enough to stop flames but when you aren’t working as a team it’s nearly impossible! However, I loved this entire approach of the system as I made it easier than ever to enjoy yourself and just have some fun as you fly. Around the globe.
The entire project that you work with has been built around realism, and I would admit that this even surprised me at how detailed it was – an absolute must for fans of fire rescue and for anyone who wants a new mission style to play that is challenging and unique yet incredibly fun.
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