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29Palms Has Released 1930 Era Scenery of Phenick Field in Ohio

Last updated Fri, 14 Jun 2019 09:38:56 GMT
Originally posted on Sun, 03 Jun 2012 06:00:00 GMT

29Palms has a new product – Phenick Field 1930s for FSX and FS2004, a scenery of Phenick Field in Ohio depicting the 1930s era.

The scenery features a highly detailed representation of Phenick Field, which was located in Newark, Ohio. Phenick Field no longer exists, but the scenery add-on enables simulation fans to go back in time and enjoy the environment for flying during the 1930’s.

Phenick Field scenery for FSX.

Phenick Field scenery for FSX.

Golden Age Simulations started this project, and sought to collaborate with 29Palms, a highly experienced design team. Golden Age Simulations recreated Bill Lyon’s classic Phenick Field. They added many features from that era.


  • Top quality resolution textures
  • Baked textures on many objects
  • Realistic vegetation
  • Detailed ground polygon
  • Numerous animations
  • Sounds of the surrounding environment
  • Animated flag and windsocks
  • Best possible texture blending
  • Textures for all seasons
  • Highly detailed static aircraft and many details in the surrounding area

The package features a "Phenick Field Manager" program that enables users to match the level of detail of the scenery to their system's performance. The package also comes with an installation program.

Demonstration Video

The video below demonstrates the scenery package.

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