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More Vancouver+ links coming online

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Francois has got the product page up, which has links to screenshots.

You can also download the manual.

  1. Bernie Spanier
    Friday, June 29th, 2007 at 4:56 am

    Hi Jon,
    I just downloaded the manual for VanPlus for FSX and noticed on page 25 reference to VicPlus; somebody is bound to ask it so I guess it might as well be me….What are your plans for VicPlus for FSX?
    Credit card in hand looking forward to the VanPlus release and btw thanks for your consideration in adding the Peace Arch.

  2. Friday, June 29th, 2007 at 5:26 am

    I am really looking forward to flying with Vancouver+ installed (and surely, so are a lot of other people). The product looks absolutely fantastic – it must be the best FSX scenery add on yet. The manual is a work of art in itself (and working in IT I know that documentation is not always a priority).

  3. Friday, June 29th, 2007 at 8:18 am

    Bernie, we do plan to release VicPlus for FSX at some point. No release date yet, but we wanted to ensure it was covered in the manual… and the Peace Arch was a good suggestion, thanks.
    Robert, for a product of this scope, a good manual is a must-have. Thanks for noticing!

  4. Rennie Doll
    Friday, June 29th, 2007 at 3:43 pm

    Hi Jon

    Its me again, downloaded the manual.

    After 2 reads, cover to cover I may steal $50.00 from my DX10 video card savings and buy.

    On page 39 I noticed the Seabus passenger ferry amongst the listings for AI Ships and other Naval things. What Francois left out was mention of the BC Ferries in their 2010 Olympic colours.

    Being an Islander I know you would not have forgotten to include this in V+ addon. Tell me that you did not forget. Tell me it isn’t so.

    Buy DX10 card, buy V+, buy both. No money, Oooooh what to do.

    Kind Regards
    Rennie Doll

  5. Friday, June 29th, 2007 at 5:12 pm

    Hi Rennie, remember if you have the FS9 version AND buy in the first 30 days, the price will only be approx CAD$35. If you don’t have the FS9 version, it’s still around CAD$44 or so. If you live in BC, you’d pay 13% tax, so it’s the equivalent of $39 at a local retail store. Hey, I like that spin! For FS9 owners acting fast who live in BC, it’s the equivalent of C$31 at retail.

    But all this may not matter to you: nope, no BC Ferries. Not forgotten, just a huge project unto itself: 36 vessels, 47 ports. Which may be undertaken by some in the fall. We shall see.

    So now you’ve got a decision to make! Good luck!

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