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Old Sep 23, 2012, 07:13 PM
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Aerofly Flight Simulator for Mac

Aerofly 5 R/C flight simulator for Mac.
New in the box, used very little.
Can be updated to the latest revision (5.7) free of charge.
Includes original manuals, discs and 7 channel high quality game commander.
Has 50 models and 35 sceneries which will increase to 150 models and 45 sceneries when you update to version 5.7. Has both airplanes and helicopter models.
System requirements are as follows:

- Intel based Apple Mac computer with Mac OS X 10.6 or 10.7
- 1 GB RAM
- 16 GB free hard disc space
- OpenGL Version 2.1 compatible 3D-graphics card from NVDIA or
ATI with 256 MB ( As fast as NVIDIA 9400 or ATI Radeon HD 2400 ).
- A free USB port to connect the USB Interface / GameCommander
- If you want to use your own transmitter, please read here

- 2 GB RAM
- OpenGL Version 2.1 compatible 3D-graphics card from NVDIA
or ATI with 512 MB. At least as fast as NVIDIA 9600 or ATI
Radeon HD 4850.

$200.00 or best offer shipped conus.
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