Rover Mechanic Simulator
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Preventive maintenance and repairs are intrinsically sustainable activities. This actually applies not only to the industrial field, but also in many others in which the use of utensils and resources is urgent in the event of any failure, error or breakdown. And that, beyond planet Earth, is magnified to unsopected limits. Rover Mechanic Simulator claims the importance of not letting time pass and attend as soon as possible all those equipment and systems that express anomalies, in order to keep them functional to be maneuvered when they are required on the red planet.
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With over 12 hours of gameplay, and upgrades that streamline the repair process, Rover Mechanic Simulator turns out to be too much of a good thing. The game's job diversity only lasts for the first half, and there's not much challenge after that. Still, the accuracy of the machines, and the satisfaction of completing a complicated repair make Rover Mechanic Simulator an enjoyable game that can help players unwind, as long as they're okay with the limitations at play within its gameplay mechanics and design.
Its issues mean that Rover Mechanic Simulator is a middling experience. There’s a solid core to this game surrounding some impressive 3D rover models. It offers that methodical game play that accommodates gratifying ‘flow state’ sessions to really get engrossed in. It gets repetitive quickly though because of clunky controls, limited depth and a lack of personality.