Bus Mechanic Simulator: passenger bus workshop has opened

In May 14th, VIS Games and Aerosoft launched the Bus Mechanic Simulator () on the PC. A discount of 10 percent off the normal retail cost at 24.95 Euros is currently provided on and at the in-house store boxed version of the game is also available. The reviews posted by users on Valve’s download portal to date appear to be “balanced” (currently, 60%% of reviews are positive).

Game description provided by manufacturers: “The experts of the company MAN Truck & Bus SE is one of the most renowned bus manufacturers around the globe and have aided in the development by sharing their expertise. They have made sure that the MAN buses are reproduced in great detail and, based on the particular model, comprise up to 3,400 components, each of which can be disassembled, changed, and fixed. The tools are utilized to perform routine workshop tasks that range from essential wheel replacements and maintenance of door control systems and other components to more complex transmission adjustments. Alongside urgently required repair work to the engine or electrical system, gamers can also enjoy an additional hall equipped with a testing stand where brakes, shock absorbers, and lighting systems are continuously tested and maintained as the game advances. Three MAN bus models, Double, articulated, and Solo deckers, are awaiting particular tasks and issues to be solved by Computer mechanics. ”

Furthermore, Winfried Diekmann, the CEO and co-founder Aerosoft, CEO and founder Aerosoft: “The community of bus enthusiasts is internationally and in Germany vast and varied. With our years of intense involvement with fans, including our bestselling Omnibus Simulator 2, we have developed a strong understanding of our target demographic. We are hoping to fill the void by offering a challenging and realistic and affordable Bus Mechanic Simulator – because an engine simulation for buses is not yet available in the marketplace.”