Do you like cars? Push play on that Gary Numan song and jump into “Car Mechanic Simulator” by the Polish game developers Gameformatic and experience the real-life challenges of a car mechanic. It is available on Steam and Oculus Quest 2 and is a great way to get hands-on experience with automotive repair and maintenance.
In the game, players are assigned different jobs fixing a variety of different cars, newer and vintage, each with its own unique set of issues. Players must diagnose and fix problems with the car’s engine, suspension, electrical system, and more. The game includes a wide range of tools and equipment that players can use to complete tasks, including diagnostic scanners, wrenches, and other specialized tools.
One of the best things about “Car Mechanic Simulator” is the variety of tasks and features. You can fix things, paint things, order parts on computers and tablets, drive the car onto a lift and even test drive them on a track. The game is very realistic and accurately portrays the challenges and tasks that real-life mechanics face on a daily basis. The controls are intuitive and the graphics are excellent, making it easy to immerse yourself in the game.
Overall, Car Mechanic Simulator is great for anyone interested in cars or mechanics. It’s a fun and engaging way to learn more about automotive repair and maintenance, and it’s sure to provide hours of entertainment.
Gameformatic is a Polish producer and publisher of VR computer games such as Timberman VR, Car Mechanic Simulator VR, Tank Mechanic Simulator VR, Offroad Mechanic Simulator VR (upcoming game) and Car Detailing Simulator VR (upcoming game). Gameformatic is part of the PlayWay Capital Group.
Sean Earley is the Executive Editor of AR/VR Magazine & co-founder of RobotSpaceship Podcast Network. He is the Director of New Biz Development and Publishing at KEMWEB, a musician, producer & consultant. He loves guitars, VR and coffee.