X-Plane 12 by Austin Meyer – Part 1

So, I’ve come out with a new major version of X-Plane every few years since 1995 or so, and the driving force has always been the same: “Oooo! Here is some new stuff I coded! And I haven’t charged anyone for an update in a few years… let’s call this a new version!”

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