Team Fusion Update – Channel Map WIP

Team Fusion Update – Channel Map WIP

MysticPuma Wrote: Well having had the great news that the Source Code had arrived other parts of our team have been steadily been decoding the current map file and seeing just where some issues currently are. ##All that follows is current Work in Progress and not guaranteed to be included in it’s current revision## Firstly, there has been the “Great Lakes” of France that came under scrutiny and with a little more tidying up the plug should have been firmly pulled very soon Before: After: Next comes a surprise for us. Inside the map were hidden features caused by some broken coding. The next  images show the difference in fixing small parts of that code. Nothing has been added in the FMB or...

Spitfire general handling notes

I found these lurking around and thought that they were quite a concise summary. Here they are for your reading enjoyment: HOW TO – TAKE OFF AND LAND A ‘SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE’ Mk1, Mk11, and MkV. In the early years of WW2. INTRODUCTION The following notes put together from many wartime sources, have since been checked over by a WW2 Spitfire Pilot. The record should only be regarded as an averaged guideline, acting as an aid towards further understanding and appreciation of R.A.F. Fighter Pilots experiences during WW2. It is acknowledged that much of the procedures and checks that have been outlined below would not have had time to have been carried out under war conditions. Only a few essentials, using a memory guide cockpit drill, like...

A Few New Things………..

A Few New Things………..

A pipeline preview………. ...

Put your C.U.P away and go and get your B.A.T. !!!

Put your C.U.P away and go and get your B.A.T. !!!

Over the New Year holiday IL2 C.U.P. has mutated into B.A.T. This change simplifies the installation of C.U.P. immensely and now by way of B.A.T. it becomes a feasible super mod for the online community. Read the full details here: http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,53512.0.html  

Breaking News!

Breaking News!

Statement from Team Fusion First of all, Team Fusion would like to thank 1C ONLINE GAMES and in particular Nikolay Baryshnikov and Jason Williams for their generosity in signing off on this preliminary Agreement in Principle. The agreement will to allow Team Fusion the opportunity to gain access to the Source Code and partner with 1C. The goal is to develop and refine the original IL-2 STURMOVIK CLIFFS OF DOVER and then to take it further, towards new Map Theaters and Aircraft sets. 1C is one of the few remaining online gaming companies willing to actively support the Flight Simulation genre. They invested considerably in the development of CLIFFS OF DOVER in order to continue the legacy of the original IL-2. Now thanks to 1C’s recognition of Team...

Mastery of tail draggers!

Recommended reading for Spitfire pilots!! Part 1 If I may make a little contribution here… Hopefully some of you who are finding the Spit, Dora, 109 or P-51 a bit of a handful during take-off and landing, may find it useful! What do I know about it? Well, I have spent a significant proportion of my professional flying career teaching both experienced and novice pilots how to fly and handle tail-dragging aircraft. This amounts to several thousand hours of tailwheel training alone, though who’s counting! These aircraft include among them modern high performance aerobatic aircraft and a variety of more vintage types from DH Tiger Moths, to Harvards. I can’t recall off the top of my head exactly how many students I’ve worked with over the years, but it’s...