German Truck Simulator

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German Truck Simulator
German Truck Simulator box image.jpg
Developer(s) SCS Software
Publisher(s) Excalibur Publishing
Series Truck Simulator
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release
  • EU: 13 January 2010
Genre(s) Vehicle simulation
Mode(s) Single-player

German Truck Simulator is a vehicle simulation game developed by SCS Software and published by Excalibur Publishing. As an employee of a virtual haulage company, players can travel between 18 major cities in Germany and as an expansion, 4 cities in Austria, collecting and delivering cargo. Ultimately, players have the option to purchase their own truck, and drive as an independent driver, choosing their cargo and delivery locations.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

The player starts their career as an employee of a cargo transportation company, if they work hard and complete several deliveries they are able to buy their own truck and start their own business. It is possible to purchase garages and setup branch offices across Germany to accommodate own growing truck fleet. The player can upgrade trucks and keep them in top condition for maximum efficiency with factors such as fuel, and condition of the truck.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "German Truck Simulator". German Truck Simulator. SCS Software. Retrieved 1 June 2016. 

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