Showing this now because I think I may need to sell this prison. The canteen and yard are too small for more inmates and I don't feel like building multiples.
I'm getting 'The Escapists' flashbacks looking at that. Seriously though looks like a fun game but I'm staying away. I figure once I start it will be really difficult to stop :P
How unicorns actually became extinct.
Ah ancient behemoths, possibly the scariest lvl 7 creatures in the game. That unicorn is about to eat it :P Which reminds me, I've got to dig up my saves and continue with my attempted playthrough of homm3.
That looks incredible. What combat flight sim is it? Is it any good? Are there a satisfying amount of missions with interesting and challenging objectives to complete?
It's Falcon BMS 4.33
, a free modification of Microprose's Falcon 4.0 (available on GOG as Falcon Collection in case you missed it)
. It is one of the best combat flight sims out there but it requires great amounts of dedication (the learning curve is nothing short of staggering and you must be armed with patience as you go through the manuals/tutorials on Youtube/actual training)
and a good joystick. Head tracking will be helpful too since you won't be needed to grow a third (or fourth) hand, but not critical to learn and play the game.
The campaign is dynamic and it is great; it runs alongside the game and whatever you do has an impact on the outcome of the war. The F-16, being a multi-role aircraft, allows for a number of different missions such as A-A, DEAD, SEAD etc. so you won't get bored, especially since everything feels "alive" and you may find that careful planning is one thing while sticking to it and finding things aren't what you expected them to be is another.
BMS may be hardcore, but it rewards you with some of the finest and most realistic modern combat flight action there is. You can check out some videos such as this (youtu.be/JFo6uYweVGg) and this (youtu.be/o5U67Qs7OI8) on YT to get a glimpse of the action and since it is free, just go download it and see for yourself. ;)
Great thanks :) That sounds a 'little' intimidating but I'll be sure to give it a serious go once I have a proper gaming rig again (only this time with a proper joystick setup). Based on my time with F-117 and novalogic's F-16 few if any games can give you the same sense of accomplishment you get when you finally manage to land safely at your own base after a long and dangerous mission. Well, or to at least eject over friendly territory :P
OT : Accidentally managed to piss off a named netch on my way back to Vivec this morning to run a short errand. Stopped and enjoyed the sunrise when I got there : https://imgur.com/a/A7QrQ