Help with my Christmas present ;)
My family, extended family, etc, agreed to pool to buy one or two rc related things, as I had to give up on rc to save for my first car! Anyway, my first and only plane was a Parkzone Mini cub. I flew it without an sim experience with mixed results. I was able to stay aloft and all, but sometimes was only reacting to what the plane did, instead of directing it. I think the answer now might be to swallow my pride and go to a sim. A.- What is a relatively ($200 or less) cheap and good sim? I have an old computer so the best of the market graphics might not be a good idea. Thanks for the help!
P.S. I still would much rather the open air. I looked at the MiniBipe and it seems simple and semi-indestructable. Any news on this?
Last edited by HomeMadeFlyer; Nov 14, 2012 at 07:51 PM. Reason: MiniBipe
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