• Taburet - Night 3D NB, NS, NF Canada

    Taburet Canadian Regions Night 3D

    A nocturnal scenery for those who like to live life at night; more for those simmers who like to fly at night! Covers the Canadian Regions of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

    Light bulbs are designed and placed along roads to simulate real world night streets illumination. This kind of scenery can be used on its own or in conjunction with photorealistic scenery will provide night illumination to photorealistic scenery covered areas either designed manually, or produced automatically with tileproxy. This scenery work also along any other existing vectors, textures, landclass scenery. All Night3D Scenery include roads night splash effects, two different tones of lights.

    Purchase Taburet - Night 3D NB, NS, NF Canada

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    1. andyjohnston's Avatar
      andyjohnston -
      I have the one for Ontario, and love it! I use it in FSX and P3D, it's fully compatible.
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