Here’s an interesting little aircraft to enjoy during the weekend. ATSimulations have just released their MC-15 Cri-Cri, the world’s smallest twin-engine aircraft. It’s the dev’s first project for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The Cri-Cri is a tiny little thing, and was designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban. ATSimulations is launching the aircraft in three variants: two versions with piston engines (wheels and floats), and a third version with jet engines. There are also nine liveries available, and the developers have released a paint kit for anyone to try and create new liveries.
Interestingly, the Cri-Cri comes with a camping tent, which you can set besides the aircraft for a good rest while hoping between airfields.
The Cri-Cri is now available from the developer’s website for just under $15.00, and may also be available on the Marketplace soon.
– Accurate exterior an virtual cockpit 3d models done in 3dsmax
– Ultra high resolution textures. Three 4096x4096p exterior defuse maps Specular, reflections and bump maps
– Unique sound of two stroke JPX PUL 212 engines
– Three models included: piston engines, jet engines and floats
– Nine different liveries included
– Some visual features like pilot hide (provide no pilot weight in MSFS load manager) and camping tent (set parking brakes, turn engines off and click on tent pack)
On a final note, you may remember that this is not the only aircraft that ATSimulations is bringing to MSFS. We’ve previously written about the Piaggio P.149, which is also in development and should be released soon!
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