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Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 17:19

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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Pilot » 29 Apr 2012 17:21

How big are the Largest Planes going to be?

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Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 17:23

A321Pilot wrote:How big are the Largest Planes going to be?
currently planned are only the two aircraft types showed in the image. why? do you want larger ones?
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 17:34

but i will surely not implement the a380, since its too big...
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Post by Pilot » 29 Apr 2012 17:39

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A321Pilot wrote:How big are the Largest Planes going to be?
currently planned are only the two aircraft types showed in the image. why? do you want larger ones?
I would like them, yeah. And don't forget, Some Aircraft Wings and outer engines hang over the Edge of Runways.

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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Chrill » 29 Apr 2012 17:56

I'd recommend getting several different types of aircraft. Smallfly, this game is going to be very in-depth, detailed and precise. Why then dumb it down to just "Smaller" and "Bigger" aircraft? I don't necessarily mean "30 aircraft" or "MUST HAVE AIRPLANE X AND Y" but at least some 5-6 options at any given timeframe.
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Pilot » 29 Apr 2012 18:50

Especially seeing as the Only Planes their are Jets, what about, say.... A DC-3?

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Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 18:56

A321Pilot wrote:Especially seeing as the Only Planes their are Jets, what about, say.... A DC-3?
There are no "real" vehicles in P1SIM. Similarities to reality are a purely coincidencal.

There are vehicle types, like car, truck, big plane, small plane, (medium) plane etc. Its a game. Not a simulation of the real world. The DC-3 is a historic plane and is absolutely useless in a logistics game since nobody would use it.
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Pilot » 29 Apr 2012 18:57

It is still used to this day as a Freighter.

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Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 19:00

A321Pilot wrote:It is still used to this day as a Freighter.
really? where? in developing countries?
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 19:03

Chrill wrote:but at least some 5-6 options
i am willing to add a third type (size). this will be an aircraft with four engines. but the one shown in the attached image is already too big i think...
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Pilot » 29 Apr 2012 19:24

smallfly wrote:
A321Pilot wrote:It is still used to this day as a Freighter.
really? where? in developing countries?
Canada (along with C-46, DC-4 and Lockheed Electra), Most of Africa, along with South America.
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Chrill wrote:but at least some 5-6 options
i am willing to add a third type (size). this will be an aircraft with four engines. but the one shown in the attached image is already too big i think...
I think It looks all right if I'm honest. Don't forget, as long as the Gear is on the Taxiway, and there is enough Clearance either side, you are fine.

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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by APDAF » 29 Apr 2012 19:29

smallfly have you watched minitaur wunderland's series about the airport they did I think I might help with the way the air port works.
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 19:32

APDAF wrote:smallfly have you watched minitaur wunderland's series about the airport they did I think I might help with the way the air port works.
yeah i watched those videos several times :)
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by LocoMH » 29 Apr 2012 19:41

Why not a fourth type, a very small one (maybe along the lines of the BN Islander), to connect islands and remote places? I've flown with one of these myself. It would add a regional factor to the game which people would appreciate.

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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Pilot » 29 Apr 2012 19:41

smallfly wrote:
APDAF wrote:smallfly have you watched minitaur wunderland's series about the airport they did I think I might help with the way the air port works.
yeah i watched those videos several times :)
You can probably understand every word he says. I need the Subtitle's :(
LocoMH wrote:Why not a fourth type, a very small one (maybe along the lines of the BN Islander), to connect islands and remote places? I've flown with one of these myself. It would add a regional factor to the game which people would appreciate.
Possibly the ATR 42 or DHC-8.

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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by smallfly » 29 Apr 2012 19:45

A321Pilot wrote:
smallfly wrote:
APDAF wrote:smallfly have you watched minitaur wunderland's series about the airport they did I think I might help with the way the air port works.
yeah i watched those videos several times :)
You can probably understand every word he says. I need the Subtitle's :(
LocoMH wrote:Why not a fourth type, a very small one (maybe along the lines of the BN Islander), to connect islands and remote places? I've flown with one of these myself. It would add a regional factor to the game which people would appreciate.
Possibly the ATR 42 or DHC-8.
The smallest jet in my image is already a very small aircraft with only a "few" seats. Why adding an even smaller plane??!
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by Leanden » 29 Apr 2012 19:45

The fact that P1SIM won't support Real World vehicles puts me off a little bit if i'm honest, The planned features are great and all, but it draws away a little bit from being a simulation, If you are not able to (even by choice) simulate real world vehicles.
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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by LocoMH » 29 Apr 2012 19:46

Possibly the ATR 42 or DHC-8.
I think the little jet is doing their job. But there is no really small plane as of now.

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Re: P1SIM - New 2D Isometric Transport Simulation

Post by LocoMH » 29 Apr 2012 19:47

The smallest jet in my image is already a very small aircraft with only a "few" seats. Why adding an even smaller plane??!
Well, what do you mean by ""few"" seats? The jet on your picture looks like it has around 20 seats. The BN has 4-6 seats.

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