• Simview - Skymax Released

    Welcome to Simview Skymax, an extensive upgrade package for Microsoft's Flight Simulator 2004.

    This package will give you a new look on what FS2004 could and should look like. We have perfected the whole of the cloud texture plus the moon and sun to offer a look as real as possible.

    What can you expect from this package? We have taken just about every texture from FS2004 and re-developed them to offer you a stable flightsim and non-effective of frame rates.

    Many textures have been repainted or edited to offer you the best flightsim possible with what could be a VFR experience at a very low price. Also coming soon the Simview SkyMax textures for FSX, which have been made to complement this package offering the day and night textures along with HD moon and clouds textures plus more.

    Learn More Here


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