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AlphaSim Releases Dassault Mirage IV

Last updated Thu, 28 Jan 2016 15:06:37 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 14 Aug 2004 20:04:21 GMT

The latest aircraft release from AlphaSim is the Dassault Mirage IV. Included are three model variants with afterburner and RATO effects, working VC (in FS2004), detailed panel and more. For details, click on Read More.

Features:

 

  • 3 model variations included :
    • Mirage IVA Nuclear Strike
    • Mirage IVP Stand-Off Nuclear Strike
    • Mirage IVP/R Reconnaissance
  • Automatic afterburner effects
  • Stunning RATO effect with flames & smoke ('arm' first with panel switch)
  • RATO bottles auto-jettison after take-off
  • Clickable V-C (FS2004 only)
  • Very detailed 'virtual cockpit' with animated throttles, pedals and control column
  • Highly authentic 2D panel and gauges
  • Reflective bare-metal texturing on IVA
  • Specular Reflectivity ('dynamic shine')
  • Animated jetpipe nozzles on throttle function
  • Brake parachute deploys on spoiler key (mainwheels on ground)
  • Brake parachute 'wobbles' in slipstream and is auto-jettisoned
  • Animated crew canopies
  • Detailed, animated pilot/RSO figures
  • Fine-tuned flight characteristics (unique flight model for FS2002 and FS2004)

Price US $20.00.

More information over at SimShack.

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