Godzone - depicting New Zealand in Flight Simulation
That's what we call New Zealand sometimes...
Not in a religious nutter way, we're just smug, 'cause we're the best."
'Drew', Shortland Street.
Godzone has been producing New Zealand scenery for simmers since the days of FS2002. By 'Godzone' I really mean me, Robin Corn, although sometimes I do collaborate with other local developers.
The current project is Real NZ Christchurch, which was initially released for Prepar3d, and will be followed by FSX, and then versions for Aerofly FS2 and X-plane, to test the demand for quality scenery in these alternative simulators.
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Real New Zealand features
About this site:
Mainly, though, it is the new Godzone Store, where you can see details and purchase 'Real New Zealand' and 'Godzone' scenery. Currently there are just a few 'Real New Zealand' products, but hopefully I can release new scenery as it is completed.
Not a lot of updates lately, although work is progressing — there are always long development periods where the more tedious stuff is done. It’s better to get onto this early, otherwise it just might not get done. I have revisited Wellington Airport, though, to update my photo resources. It…
I did mention in an earlier post that there are a lot of reasons why I’d redo an airport, including physical changes to the real airport, improvements in the simulator itself, user perception of what makes a quality airport, and access to better resources. With Wellington, the main reason was…