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Fire Scene Simulator 6 No Longer Available

I went to check out Fire Scene Simulator 6 today and found it was no longer available for download.  Fire Scene Simulator was a free software download that allowed  users to import photos of local structures within their department’s jurisdiction and add animated fire and smoke to those structures.  When I went to the website this message was posted:
Thank you for your interest in Fire Scene Simulator 6. However, Fire Scene Simulator 6 and Simulator 6 expanded are no longer available for download or purchase. The creators of the program are going back and redeveloping the software to make it compatible with current operating systems.

There is a link to fill out a survey so you can be notified of the next release.

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