• A2A Simulations - Dynamic Rain Effects for P3D v4+

    A2A Simulations

    A2A Dynamic Rain Effects Released for Developers for Free

    We have developed this physics based rain effect for our own P3D aircraft software. It was first released as a feature of the Accu-sim Bonanza simulation. This was then followed by our Accu-sim P-40 where the effect really shines thanks to the aerobatic nature of a warbird. We are now adding it to our whole P3D fleet for our customers for free.

    In order to give back to the community and our fellow developers we are happy to give the effect for other payware and freeware developers to use as they see fit in there own products. Licensing included in the documentation.

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    2 Comments
    1. pugilist2's Avatar
      pugilist2 -
      Finally, good rain effects thanks to A2A!
    1. scottm's Avatar
      scottm -
      Classy move.
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