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Omicron Walkable and usable interiors, hatch doors, docking ports, seats, all for your Kerbals Delight! Join the next era in space flying car playmobil like! Vtol Controls Configuration (On KSP) Please follow this post link to implement Vtol adjustable angle control with the latest version it's updated to analog controls that are not automatic set in KSP. Update 0.6.6.6 to KSP 1.12.3 Hello, Everyone. So, this is my idea, from child, I dream to fly one of these. A flying car. The name is OMICRON! Is a flying space car with a foot on reality and other in near future. The engine is in the same principle of a Saber engine, but Vtol too, and will accept stock rocket engines in the back. all parts are modular and you can build on your own. But i put some example crafts with the download. My attempt is to have the EVA and the IVA all together, i mean, the Kerbals will be visible inside the craft, and all windows/doors will be openable, more likely the stock seat, but inside the craft. The configurations you'll be able to do it, reach VTOL, SSTO. I'm not creating new engines to put on back, only the Vtol SSTO ones that show in the pics, on the side of the craft. I hope all can joy this creation and use it in your voyages. Cheers commanders. List of things i still need to do (for full release): Finalize cockpit panel extra functions; Plate with 6 rockets and included legs; Ejection system for seats and windows; Parachutes; Wings; Rocket command pod with big windows; Download links (0.6.6): https://spacedock.info/mod/2413/Omicron Flying Space Car (primary) https://kerbal.curseforge.com/projects/omicron-space-flying-car (secondary) Installation Notes: Change Logs: Source Code: https://github.com/rvalle7/Omicron Dev Thread: Dev Thread (Portuguese): Omicron by Climberfx is licensed under a Attribution 4.0 International If you like this mod, consider doing a donation (just click the PayPal icon below.
I tried to replicate the DeLorean from the epic movie "Back to the future". I think it looks okay, but I did miss something to make it feel more authentic... That's why I reenacted a part of the last scene from the movie (poorly), just to add a bit more flair.