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#41 Spag

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 03:18

Hello Everyone,

I would buy planes that made history. First across the channel, First across the Pacific, round the world etc. They shouldn't be free though, RoF needs to be paid.

Career mode could be planning an then executing an historic flight.
Isn't there a group who make up this sorta stuff in RoF already, guys/gurls that aren't on the payroll?

Perhaps it could be done outside of RoF staff, but using RoF's puter gear, using pre-paid?
I would pre-pay.

Others who do not already have RoF could possibly be attracted to the site to look at the 'Spirit of St.Louis' for example and buy what is now available.
I think we must always think outside the square.
Cheers,
Spag. :)
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#42 Bf-110

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 03:51

Of course,if they wouldn't sell,they should come free.And more,they could be made by the still small but very promising modders community!

Right, so where is the funding for all these aircraft going to come from if they're given away for free? Someone has to implement them into the game engine, you know.

I believe modders could do it…Then 777 just add them to game.Or engine is too complex for this to be done?
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#43 LukeFF

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 08:11

I believe modders could do it…Then 777 just add them to game.Or engine is too complex for this to be done?

You have a lot to learn… ;)
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#44 Erik_Flyer

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 08:16

I don't think that 777 should make this, because they game better spend those time into making new aircrafts, maps or game modes like coop.
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#45 realCallahan

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 11:13

I don't think that 777 should make this, because they game better spend those time into making new aircrafts, maps or game modes like coop.

but Im sure enough people would pay enough money for it :mrgreen:
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#46 von_Semmel

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 11:20

I don't think that 777 should make this, because they game better spend those time into making new aircrafts, maps or game modes like coop.

but Im sure enough people would pay enough money for it :mrgreen:

i think some will, but nor enough :|
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#47 LukeFF

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Posted 29 June 2012 - 20:53

but Im sure enough people would pay enough money for it :mrgreen:

Not a chance.
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#48 Spag

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 08:13

Its a lost cause.
Just pull that trigger Callahan.
Cheers,
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#49 realCallahan

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 08:25

Its a lost cause.
Just pull that trigger Callahan.
Cheers,
Spag. :)
:lol:
If enough people will try it, 777 will see that they will get money for that—
you know: People do everything for money.
-For example a non-war-map!

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#50 Rama

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 12:46

For example a non-war-map!
Building a non-war-map is possible (either by the dev or by third parties), but it can't exceed in size the game limitations: maximum size is 300km x 300km.

Note that the actual map and the future Channel map do cover areas where pre-war flying activities was present (but they would then need to be updated with aerodromes, towns and villages, and removal of front lines).
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#51 realCallahan

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 14:44

For example a non-war-map!
Building a non-war-map is possible (either by the dev or by third parties), but it can't exceed in size the game limitations: maximum size is 300km x 300km.

Note that the actual map and the future Channel map do cover areas where pre-war flying activities was present (but they would then need to be updated with aerodromes, towns and villages, and removal of front lines).

Thank you for the reply. :)

Nice you guys are interested in the wishes of some guys.
Friends of no war, lets hope!

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#52 Rama

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Posted 30 June 2012 - 16:23

Nice you guys are interested in the wishes of some guys.
I'm just giving some technical information, no more…
As far I'm concerned, I have no intention to work on pre-war maps.
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#53 Bf-110

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 04:12

Nice you guys are interested in the wishes of some guys.
I'm just giving some technical information, no more…
As far I'm concerned, I have no intention to work on pre-war maps.

Not even Balkans War maps?

OK,you have the point of civilian aircraft,but what about trainers and recon planes?
They had significant importance to the war.Like the Etrich Taube,the Bleriot,maybe the american planes like the Jenny,Standard E-1 and Thomas Morse…
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#54 LukeFF

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 05:14

They had significant importance to the war.Like the Etrich Taube,the Bleriot,maybe the american planes like the Jenny,Standard E-1 and Thomas Morse…

I say again - no guns, no sale. ;)
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#55 catchov

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 05:55

On a purely selfish level, I would love the RoF TEAM to make classic pre-war kites with their high standard of quality and gladly buy them. :) I have a lifelong fascination with the pre-war pioneering days of flight so it would fulfil a long held dream to replicate this era with believable graphics. Think "TMMITFM". ;) Besides Terry-Thomas was a very funny man. :lol: And Gert Frobe! I could go on.

However, they have much to do in WW1 which is far from complete. That is their priority and rightly so.
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#56 zachanscom

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Posted 05 July 2012 - 14:36

they should allow terrain modding. then i put in new york city ;)
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#57 LukeFF

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 02:16

they should allow terrain modding. then i put in new york city ;)

Uh, no. :roll:
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#58 zachanscom

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 03:43

don't like it, don't download. thanks ;)
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