While the old American Pro Trucker on the SEGA Dreamcast doesn’t have the same numbers of multiple machines over the years. Actually, come to mind, I have also played a large amount of Desert Buses. That’s probably the literal version of a driving simulator out there. Since some simulator games have been around for decades, it seems like its most recent years have actually exploded, offering virtual representations of everything from gardening to firefighting to cleaning pools etc. I’m heard about that appeal, but like I said, it was never really my thing.
Although it got more complicated, I became acquainted with the program’s bus Simulator City Ride which was launched in October. I’m not sure what it was about that game that grabbed me, but boy did I still have trouble putting it down. The mechanics are very fun, and filled with charms such as having to wake up a rider who’s fallen asleep or listening to the amusing conversations of passengers. Accompanying it is an expert progression system that means you can achieve various goals, gain experience, improve your skills, and unlock new attractions and locations. I think its this progression system more than anything that hooked me on the Bus Simulator City. It’s good at dangling carrots for you, but also telling yourself, please stop!
Now, people see what I talk with no monetary obligation, with the new lite version that is releasing this week. Bus Simulator Lite is offering you access to two different buses and the first four missions of the campaign to decide whether it’s your sort of thing. If you like it, you can upgrade to the full version of the game from within the lite version, so don’t forget to delete and start with another app. There are various currency-type IAPs in both games, but so far, for me, it is completely unnecessary.
Astragon makes a lot of simulations, thus I can only tell how they have been all the time, and I haven’t realized what I have not realized. And whatever the circumstance is, I’m glad that one of these finally sunk its hooks into me as I try to head across all these interesting Nordic cities and drive fast in the direction of a high speed driving rate, respecting the road rules. If you don’t like these simulations, you’re looking for a good starting point, so then I think you should take some time to explore the lite version of Bus Simulator City Ride.