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TIE Fighter - Galactic Empire Starfighter

uploaded by Shade 3 years ago

TIE fighters are fictional starfighters in the Star Wars universe. Propelled by twin ion engines (hence the TIE acronym), TIE fighters are fast, fragile starfighters produced by Sienar Fleet Systems for the Galactic Empire. Who the hell doesn't know that, this plane is super-famous.

Look all those braces. This thing is super heavy, as my first approach was using balloons on both wings to make them even move, but they are super ugly and so buggy (you need 80 bouyancy on both wings). And planes with balloon has weird flight path and i hate like it. It was frustrating trying to figure that for two days. Good thing I have tried to sacrifice VTOL and add more propelers on the body. It works and now I'm happy like I just fly my first plane.

It also heavy on your CPU. I just bought a new laptop which can run 1000 blocks creation at 100%. This only has about 500 blocks which also fit in boundary box, but this forces me to run it at 18%.

Controls --
Pitch: T/G
Roll: F/H
Accelerate: Z

Block count: 516

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posted by Xepio 3 years ago
nice job :]
posted by Jamey93 3 years ago
Looks awesome! How do you use mods in v0.23?
posted by Shade 3 years ago
@Jamey93 Some mods are updated, some does not. For the one I use in the video, check the download link on the video description
posted by JerryBERRY 3 years ago
all your machines work so good! And has awesome designs well. I got one questions, how'd you get the Small propeller has a block placer? Pls reply
posted by Shade 3 years ago
@JerryBERRY It's called secret block no.52, you can access it via Multi Mod or PBP2 mod.
posted by JerryBERRY 3 years ago
posted by Kenny1999 3 years ago
How did you make your aircraft very stable, Shade?

posted by AaronBrine01 1 year ago
Hey Shade, do you need to use zero gravity and invincibility mode ?

posted by Shade 1 year ago
when i released this (1 year ago), nope it does not use zero g and invincibility.
might be different now, i havent tried again