FS-Design Berlin Cessna 337 Super Skymaster

PreviewWith FS Design Studio Version 2.24 complete reworked and improved model. Features full animated moving-parts. Little improvements: simple Virtual Cockpit, shiny effects, new lights, better transparent prop disks, second spinner, smoothed surface and so on... A very nicely done powerful medium siz...

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With FS Design Studio Version 2.24 complete reworked and improved model. Features full animated moving-parts. Little improvements: simple Virtual Cockpit, shiny effects, new lights, better transparent prop disks, second spinner, smoothed surface and so on... A very nicely done powerful medium sized GA Push-Pull Twin prop aircraft. Uploaded unaltered by Jimmy Richards in compliance with the Authors Readme.

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Cessna 337 FS0404.20.040 B
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air-inlet.bmp03.06.0365.05 kB
Aircraft.cfg04.24.0411.04 kB
C337_ref.txt04.17.041.89 kB
model04.20.040 B
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Cessna FSDS2.mdl04.19.04624.89 kB
gauges.zip09.29.02488.24 kB
docs-panel04.20.040 B
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The old Cessna 337 Super Skymaster is a plane that I have always had a lot of love for, and when I see that the great FS Design Studio had a new version of it out there on the market I just knew that I had to get in and try it out. Their attention to detail matched perfectly with the demanding and expert nature of the aircraft they were working with, and this made a massive difference to the level of control of the entire project in general.

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In this edition of the release, Version 2.24, we’ve been treated to a new and improved model. Well, I have to say that it looks absolutely brilliant; when I first fired it up I just spent a good period of time looking at the overall quality of the aircraft and took my time to really get her going. I just wanted to enjoy the detail and depth that they provided in the model itself, ensuring that I could really get to grips with her as soon as I possibly could.

Additionally, this adds a whole new range of animations. If you are like me and prefer the presentation to be spot on then this will make a big difference to your system – the whole design and outlook of the program is designed to ensure that it captures and follows this system as closely as possible.

The new animations match up with the way that the real thing moves, which makes the model look even better than before.

Something else which really impressed me, though, was the fact that it had so many smaller improvements inside as well. It flies a massively impressively and does everything that it can to bring together those small improvements as well as the virtual cockpit adding another layer of realism and feasibility. In total, the whole project feels really easy to use and simple to have fun with; it’s just a great solution for anyone who wishes to see how this kind of aircraft can be taken care of when the right people handle it.

So, it flies spot on and it has those extra little touches that makes even the most challenged of aircraft stand out from the crowd. This medium size aircraft is easy to fly around in and it’s made this way to match the gliding qualities of its real-life counterpart. The design additions and extras that are put in here look brilliant and make it really easy for people to get to grips with the system of the aircraft.

After a few days of teething pains I was flying this thing around without a care in the world – it was just so much fun to be involved with! I would recommend that anyone who has a love of the Berlin Cessna 337 Super SkyMaster considers picking this up. It’s attentive, authentic, and easy to work with and extremely simple in terms of offering a straight up solution that people will love using.

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files. Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. Adam also like to fly real-world aircraft in his spare time and is training for his PPL.

Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at adam@flyawaysimulation.com.

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2491jpTue, 17 Jul 2007 17:15:23 GMT
What is going on with that cockpit?
rajukoSat, 14 Jul 2007 05:35:35 GMT
It's 1965 and you want to fly to Key West...power back some..she's powerfull.
lambybambySun, 25 Mar 2007 17:41:34 GMT
Some of the gauges are missing
KingArthurTue, 24 Oct 2006 23:52:31 GMT
A really nice plane. fast but not too fast perfect handling.10/10 no doubt.

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