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Captain sim 737-200???
Mar 04th, 2007, 1:57pm
 
Hi Captain Sim, first of all thank you guys for your great job!!! I would like to ask you about the possibility on maybe planning a new project... Boeing 737-200ADV... you know, no other flight sim developer released it yet and it will be a great addition to the LEGENDARY model versions... what do you think... among all developers I ask you because I admire your quality specially in virtual cockpit models... Since the 737 has similar instruments and general layout like the 727 and 707 perhaps it will be very easy for you... There are seeeeeveral people looking forward for a good payware release for this model and besides you'll make happy many souls, you can make a good profit with it!!... Ohhh... please do it for FS9 too....Im too sad in seeing that 727 Captain is just for FSX!!!! why??? sincerely I think it is wrong since many users will not replace FS9 for quite a loooong time...

Thank you Captain sim and keep the good work!
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Reply #1 - Mar 4th, 2007, 9:13pm
 
If you want a good (and complete) -200 series, look for the "Tinmouse II" on Avsim.
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Reply #2 - Mar 4th, 2007, 9:25pm
 
Carter wrote on Mar 4th, 2007, 9:13pm:
If you want a good (and complete) -200 series, look for the "Tinmouse II" on Avsim.


Good?? well its flight dinamics arent good, the model isnt as detailed as a payware version, and has no VC panel... allright it's freeware.... but a payware version in Captain Sim's quality will be a great addition specially since Captain Sim carries the LEGENDARY lines... and along the 707 and the 727 the 737 is one onf Boeing's greatest achievement and is as legendary of 727's and 707's. just look at the success of other developers with advanced 737 add ons such as 600-800 series. The 737-200 despite its age still is the backbone of many many airlines in the world and deserves to be in a payware quality line such as captain sim.
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Reply #3 - Mar 9th, 2007, 12:51pm
 
Hello together...
Yes ,that was when dreams comes true... a 737-200 from Captain Sim, with a eye candy virtual CS cockpit and exteriors....
When we have a look in the Poll in General discusion we see that most people want 737-200 too !!!
I think with that strike Captain Sim can show the world of Payware Airplanes Developer who is the king in the ring!
And i think too, that would be a great Airplane for the Legendary lines!
And sorry, but the difference between a Tinmouse and at the moment fictional Captain Sim 737-200 was more then day and night .... (ok Tinmouse II its freeware)....only the name was the same,
therefore i am think this great difference can CaptainSim shown all the others they have build a Payware 737-200 before!

I hope and wish that comes reality one day...

with best wishes
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Ps:THX again for your unbelievable great work and fast support CS.



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Reply #4 - Mar 9th, 2007, 1:30pm
 
Thank you for your feedback and kind comments.
We always take the most interesting items into consideration for new products development.
However, we cannot seriously consider another new product until we finish our current products to ensure we provide the quality products you’ve come to expect of us.
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Reply #5 - Mar 14th, 2007, 8:33pm
 
Oh yeah! please captain sim take in consideration the 737-200 project!!! you'll be the only developer and there are plenty of people looking for a nice 737.... you wont regret this... look at the poll!! the 737 is the winning project!!! definetely a winner for the Legendary Line of products... please hear our prayers!!
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Reply #6 - Mar 14th, 2007, 9:45pm
 
I would definetly buy a Capt sim 737 product. So there is another one.
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Reply #7 - Mar 16th, 2007, 1:27pm
 
....."We always take the most interesting items into consideration for new products development"...

thats makes hope of a 737-200, and must enough for now, THX !

take all the time you need to finish your current products and make it perfect, thats most important for a lot of people,me too!

THX again for interesting, ... ill wait for your next surprise, what ever are comes...

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Reply #8 - Mar 20th, 2007, 3:41am
 
Captain Sim... if you ever consider the 737-200.... do not forget to add the version with the Sperry 177 Auto pilot... I hope one day you make our dreams true!!
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Reply #9 - Jul 18th, 2007, 4:52pm
 
A Boeing 737-200 would be really good. But when they make it they should stop and fix the problems the other add-ons have.
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Reply #10 - Nov 25th, 2007, 8:44pm
 
hI AGAIN

come on Captain Sim, take in mind the poll and make us crazy announcing the 737-200... IT will be a fantastic addition to your line of amazing products... please HEAR US FOR GOD's SAKE!
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Reply #11 - Nov 27th, 2007, 4:14pm
 
I would pay good money for a Captain Sim quality Boeing 737-200, painted in the
US Air Force colors of the T-43A.

The USAF used the T-43A to train navigators and other "stuff".

Captain Sim rep mentioned a current products list?  
Sure would like to take a peek at that list?
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Reply #12 - Dec 10th, 2007, 5:21am
 
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Yes, a 737-200... Advanced... where is it?

Well for the time being we can already practice on the 707 with engines 1 & 4 shut down.

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Reply #13 - Dec 11th, 2007, 8:53pm
 
PLEASE , PLEASE , 737-100/200 PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Reply #14 - Dec 23rd, 2007, 1:37pm
 
No 737-200.  Boooo.  Yes it was the backbone.  I, however, feel it lacks uniqueness.  It's a two engine moderately sized airliner.  

The 727 was unique in that it had three engines, swept back wings, was very fast, was somewhat more difficult to land than airliners of the day, handled like a fighter aircraft, and there were quite a few accidents due to pilots getting too footloose with her.

The 707 was unique in that it was a rather large airplane during its time (i think..), had four engines, and that test pilot Alvin M. "Tex" Johnson did a barrel roll in her during a demonstration flight over Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington USA.

The 757 is unique in that it is a rather large airliner with only two engines, sits relatively high off the ground compared to older airliners, and has newer systems and avionics.

Precision Manuals had made the 737-700 and -800 for FS9, those were good (i had the 700).

737-700 -800 are unique in that they have newer engines, very new avionics and equipment as well as winglets available as an option.

So there you have it, I don't see anything special about the 737-200 except that it was the backbone for the airlines for a very long time.

Well, thats just my opinion on the 737-200.  I could be totally missing something.  If I am, please let me know.  Smiley
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