Black Square’s Steam Gauge Overhaul Analog Baron review

The ultimate high-fidelity piston twin

Black Square Simulations is the brainchild of Nick Cyganski. As well as being a robotics engineer, he is an avid flight simmer and also holds a pilot’s licence. Despite being relatively new to developing products for flight simulation, Nick has been very prolific. His first product, Real Taxiways for Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) was released in 2022, followed by the Analog Steam Gauge Overhaul series.

The series uses a highly innovative concept. Rather than creating add-on aircraft from the ground up, it upgrades the default MSFS aircraft with highly realistic interiors, instrument panels and systems. To date, he has overhauled several aircraft in the MSFS fleet, including the Bonanza, Caravan and the King Air. In this review, we take a look at the latest aircraft to receive the Black Square treatment, the Baron B58.

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