Palomino flight simulator

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action/combat flight sim

As of 2014-12-19, this project is no longer under active development.

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Palomino was an unfinished action/combat flight simulator. Air-to-air combat mode was never implemented. However, it does have a land-on-carrier and shoot-SAMs missions.

Requires OpenSceneGraph. Optional: SDL, FLTK.

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  • wesleyjohnson
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    Not ready for players. Has graphics, but large data download only gives small patch of SanFran bay. So small, cannot keep plane over it. Keyboard controls only one thing at a time, cannot turn and roll at same time. Hard to get plane to turn at all. Crashes plane often due to strange plane flight physics. No cockpit, no instruments, no compass, no horizon, etc.. Little progress towards improving any of this.

    Posted 10/07/2011
  • joserc87
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    Wow. Graphics are amazing!! It looks very proffesional. But physics are very poor, and so, this game is no playable... I think it would be a really good game, better even than FlightGear FS if it had better phisics and a good main menu with missions, options, etc. I know that its hard, bus cheer up! I will be waiting for it. Congratulations

    Posted 02/04/2010
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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

OpenGL, FLTK, Plib, GLUT

Programming Language

C++, Lua

Registered

2005-06-09
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