ATSimulations Release the MC-15 "Cri Cri" for Microsoft Flight Simulator
ATSimulations have released their newest addition to their hanger, bringing the MC-15, also known as the “Cri Cri,” for Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS).
The Cri Cri is the smallest twin-engine aircraft ever made, built entirely of aluminium; it’s a high-speed manoeuvrable aircraft. The MC-15 hasn’t been mass-produced and is, to the opinion of some, a kit plane. Michel Colomban originally designed the aircraft in 1973.
The developer provided a feature list (seen below) for the aircraft, with the main takeaways being the “Unique sound of two stroke JPX PUL 212 engines” as well as three different models containing “piston engines, jet engines and float(s) equiped.” Lastly, the MC-15 requires Microsoft Flight Simulator to be on version 18.104.22.168 (or newer).
Here's the full feature list:
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 platforms supported
- 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 float equipped.
- 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
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