This site is dedicated to 1C:Maddox/UBISoft's IL-2 series of sims, including fun films, instructional videos, stories, and more!
Most sites are highly technical, with lots of helpful historical references and information. This is not one of them. This site is about just having fun with the simulation, a light hearted approach that is truly a "fansite" to IL-2: Forgotten Battles. There are a few files and pages that are helpful, but mostly it's about how people make things enjoyable.
I have few passions in life - and none of them will be on this site. I fly online with a great group of folks, who put up with me and make it even more enjoyable. It's as "real" a simulation as I've ever had, and a big bunch of fun! Certainly feels like flying to me.
I stink at it. Really. Ever hear of someone referred to as a "natural" pilot? I'm not that guy. I'm the one that can spend around 10 to 15 hours a week pushing an electronic plane around a highly detailed simulation and not get any better at it.
This is also my first website, so don't get excited about seeing flash intro's and interactive databases.
This site is also home of my notional company, Entropy Unlimited Productions. I'm thinking of making up some stuff for purchase based around it as a way of defraying the costs of the site.
Imagine how cool it would be to have this:
On a coffee mug along with "Entropy Unlimited Productions" and this web address! You'd be the envy of the office! Anyhow, I'd like some feedback on whether it would be worth doing.
"If you wait until the last minute to do something, it only takes a minute to do it."
Of course, the first file available must be a babe, the original version of which belongs to the 69 GIAP, who can be found in the links page.