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Motorbike Garage Mechanic Simulator Cheat Code For Ps3
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About This GameA realistic simulation of a chopper mechanic’s garage – you can almost smell the grease. Tamper with bikes without any real-world consequences and become a real specialist in two-wheeled monsters!The game lets you assemble your first motorcycle from the frame to the smallest screws. Choose the right parts and give the bike a beautiful silhouette, and the customer will reward you handsomely.Develop your craft and grow your business. Choose cost-effective jobs, hunt for bargains in the marketplace for parts or even take a loan if you need to. Live your childhood dream!Features:Every bike has 260 interchangeable parts.Almost every part comes in many varieties, so there are over 600 choices.Three main jobs: bike assembly, servicing, and part replacement.Tactical business decisions: job selection, take a loan, buy parts in the marketplace. d859598525 Title: Motorbike Garage Mechanic SimulatorGenre: Indie, SimulationDeveloper:dev4playPublisher:Fat Dog GamesRelease Date: 14 Mar, 2018 Motorbike Garage Mechanic Simulator Cheat Code For Ps3 This was a gift from my father, which I appreciate the gesture and can somewhat say to an extent that the game can be enjoyable. I'll try to keep this simple. As of writing this i have 1.1 hours into the game, I will update this as time goes by as I progress if I can remember to do so. In short I can say that the overall game has this budget feel to it. I feel they were rather skimpy on graphics, giving me this feel i'm playing a game that came from mid to early 2000's. Sound is about that level of quality as well. Somebody just had a extra condenser cheap mic laying about, and homeboy drove his bike over one day for a beer and decided to record the bike, tool, footsteps, and all sounds while drinking a thirty pack on a day off from their real full time jobs. Anyhow, the gameplay is rather educational for someone who may have never had a chance to work on bikes or is potentially looking at having bikes as a hobby or greater than that. The gameplay fuctionality when working on the bikes lacks two main functions, raising and lowering your point of view (later referred to as pov), so when you go to do something you literally need to aim towards the ceiling and fly up a bit in order to raise your pov and vice versa for going down. *gasp* they give you a mobile phone!!! That is not MOBILE AT ****ING ALL. The d*** thing is planted concrete to your desk. For offering junk loads of options in resolution choices, it's not up to snuff. If anything I can say to the creators/devs, DONT GIVE UP. We need this type of game in the world, but if you plan on holding peoples interest, just please for god sake don't be making shortcuts on graphics and functionality. Oh and even orange county made their game to where you could ride the bikes... *clears throat* and that game was back in my high school days of original xbox. So if your game looks like xbox original graphics... IM SURE YOU CAN MAKE THESE BIKES RIDEABLE TOO. Why the hell you think we fix them? Just do better dev4play, especially when 20 bucks isn't easy to come by for some of us folks. I'll still play the game now and again when my internet is down, but def not my go to game after a long stretch of work. So can I recommend it? Yes and No. Just know what you're buying folks when you buy it. Educational value here is worth more than the visual aspect. Enjoy.. This was a gift from my father, which I appreciate the gesture and can somewhat say to an extent that the game can be enjoyable. I'll try to keep this simple. As of writing this i have 1.1 hours into the game, I will update this as time goes by as I progress if I can remember to do so. In short I can say that the overall game has this budget feel to it. I feel they were rather skimpy on graphics, giving me this feel i'm playing a game that came from mid to early 2000's. Sound is about that level of quality as well. Somebody just had a extra condenser cheap mic laying about, and homeboy drove his bike over one day for a beer and decided to record the bike, tool, footsteps, and all sounds while drinking a thirty pack on a day off from their real full time jobs. Anyhow, the gameplay is rather educational for someone who may have never had a chance to work on bikes or is potentially looking at having bikes as a hobby or greater than that. The gameplay fuctionality when working on the bikes lacks two main functions, raising and lowering your point of view (later referred to as pov), so when you go to do something you literally need to aim towards the ceiling and fly up a bit in order to raise your pov and vice versa for going down. *gasp* they give you a mobile phone!!! That is not MOBILE AT ****ING ALL. The d*** thing is planted concrete to your desk. For offering junk loads of options in resolution choices, it's not up to snuff. If anything I can say to the creators/devs, DONT GIVE UP. We need this type of game in the world, but if you plan on holding peoples interest, just please for god sake don't be making shortcuts on graphics and functionality. Oh and even orange county made their game to where you could ride the bikes... *clears throat* and that game was back in my high school days of original xbox. So if your game looks like xbox original graphics... IM SURE YOU CAN MAKE THESE BIKES RIDEABLE TOO. Why the hell you think we fix them? Just do better dev4play, especially when 20 bucks isn't easy to come by for some of us folks. I'll still play the game now and again when my internet is down, but def not my go to game after a long stretch of work. So can I recommend it? Yes and No. Just know what you're buying folks when you buy it. Educational value here is worth more than the visual aspect. Enjoy.. its the same old thing with pretty much every mission. This game is one of the best Mechanic games i had played.Hope more features will come to the game :D. great games when you make more bigger updates i will play it L::)
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