Now that Godzone is closed…

I've recently closed the Godzone Facebook page, which means that I'm now no longer able to offer support. The Godzone sub-forum over at NZFF.org is still available, and I will check in from time to time, but my involvement will be restricted to pointing anyone in the right direction.

Since closing the store, I have made Godzone NZTI Taieri for MSFS available as freeware on flightsim.to, and Togaprojects.com have kindly arranged to host the airport-only version of Godzone NZCH for Prepar3d. This is a trial run, and I will look at adding the FSX version, and maybe the full P3D version if it works out for both Togaprojects and me.

The prolific X-plane developer DazaXIII, who specializes in New Zealand scenery, has done a great job of converting the FSX version of Godzone NZCH for X-plane 12. This is available at X-plane.org.

There's a number of older Real New Zealand/Godzone projects available in the Avsim library -- just search my name, Robin Corn.

I am pottering around with a few projects at the moment but can't say whether/when they'll be released. These include a conversion of Taieri for X-plane -- no, I haven't become an X-plane convert, this is a one-off for the Otago rescue helicopter operators, who have moved their H145 heli simulator to an X-plane-based simulator.

I have been working on NZPP Kapiti Airport for MSFS for a while, and it may eventually be finished. I also hope to release Godzone NZCH as freeware for MSFS, but don't hold your breath.

Any future releases will be announced on NZFF.org. Note that I don't intend to update any previously released scenery.