Rowan Entertainment has opened the codebase for their popular flight sim, Mig Alley, to any ambitious enthusiasts, making it possible that a group of independent programmers might port it to the Macintosh.
The code is released under a fairly standard license agreement; all modifications become the property of Rowan. Potential porters might need access to a PC or an emulator in order to move the code over to the Mac.
Best flight sim EVER! get it running on OS-X & i will buy a MAC!!
BTW i KOrean sim for Mac OSX here.. http://www.targetware.net/
MiG Alley is still fun & challenging after 18 monthes of daily flying
Jay, aka blitzen
The unpacking of the file with StuffIt Expander 5.1.4 fails on the last item. It leaves a folder with a little source code, PC makefiles and support files. There does not appear to be any Mac projects or indeed anything Mac specific. It is quite pointless to even attempt to get this to run on a Mac. There appears to be significant amounts of x86 assembly code and _way_ too few source code files. Admitted, the unpack failed on the last item which could have been caused by other problems, but alltogether I think this project is a lost cause. There is no way this will ever be running on a Mac
This sound great! If anyone gets anywhere with it can they post there progress here?