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Hay All,

I have been watching alot of U tube lately on (guess what) yes tanks..:biggrin:

and i have seen some cool vids of some tanks getting airbourne over small hills then once airbourne the let go a shot with the main gun..really cool.

Can steel beast simulate that ?

O_Smiladon

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"airborn"...? :frown:

If you mean a tank rocking back and forward in a firefight (forward to aim and fire, backward to increase his protection during the reloading procedurte), then yes, this you will see in SBP. There are even fortified positions thjat can be marked by the mission desiogner, whioch have two-levelled ground inside. During reloading, the gun cannot even swing and aim, that deeply entrenched the tank is. It then jumps forward by 5 meters or so, making the turret surfacing that much that it can rotate, aim and shoot, then it dives back below the ground.

Edit. Think I mistake you with that poor unlucky fella who is still waiting for his copy, could it be?! :D

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Hay All,

I have been watching alot of U tube lately on (guess what) yes tanks..:biggrin:

and i have seen some cool vids of some tanks getting airbourne over small hills then once airbourne the let go a shot with the main gun..really cool.

Can steel beast simulate that ?

O_Smiladon

Look like the typical russian marketing vid for T-XX tanks :-)

Well, if the shot they fire hits the target, i would be impressed...

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LOL.....

Yes I am the poor unlucky fella.

Let me get a picture for you Sky..

Thanks dark..not supported to do this oh well ..would make some cool screen shoots.

flying_tank1.jpg

he is not shooting his gun at the same time but you get the idea.

O_Smiladon

p.s but Ssnake is looking after me

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You need to find a suitable spot, but in principle it can be done in SB Pro too. It's a useless trick in reality, though.

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HA HA All good Ssnake..

Yes useless but impressive... I know if i saw that at a show I would be like Man thats cool I want one..:debile2: DAD can you buy me a tank Pleeaseee

but in real life maybe not..

Cheers Ssnake.

O_Smiladon

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:) LOL very cool.. You have put a smile on my dail..

I was looking for starscream to transform during that big jump ,,talk about air!!!

cheers Homer gonna laugh about that all day.

Next challange to let a shot off while in the air..

I am gonna have to give it a try when my copie turns up.

O_Smiladon

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LOL Homer!! :biggrin: so yes it can be done... exact that the videos I had watched!!! :luxhello: that T-80 flies high!

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Sweet and did not evan break a track :)

Well, russian engineering...take a piece of ural mountains=> chop away everything that doesn't look like T-80...and there you go, unbreakable ;-)

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Hay All,

I have been watching alot of U tube lately on (guess what) yes tanks..:biggrin:

and i have seen some cool vids of some tanks getting airbourne over small hills then once airbourne the let go a shot with the main gun..really cool.

Can steel beast simulate that ?

O_Smiladon

yes, it can:

greevile has made some of the funniest videos with SB/PE i've seen. it's almost sinful.

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