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Car Mechanic Simulator

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Based on 7 critic reviews
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Available on:PCJul 28, 2017
Nintendo SwitchFeb 15, 2019

Developer: Red Dot Games

Publisher: PlayWay S.A.

Genre: Simulation

Become the best car mechanic!

-Find classic cars inside old barns.

-Repair engine, brakes, exhaust, gearbox and chassis.

-Remove rust, apply putty and paint your car.

-Sell rebuilt vehicles and become the best car mechanic!

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3 / 10

Car Mechanic Manager fits in the broad management simulation games genre but unlike many of its counterparts in this sector, this conversion of a free game developed for mobile devices has virtually nothing going for it, as the gameplay experience is almost non-existent and as such, Car Mechanic Manager is a game that will not bring anything enjoyable to any player.

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3 / 10.0
Nintendo Enthusiast

Avoid Car Mechanic Simulator on Switch. Just download it for free on your phone if you want it that badly. But trust me, even then, your time can be spent on much better things.

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7 / 10.0

If you’ve ever fancied having a go at being a mechanic but don’t like being covered in oil or having to actually do hard work, Car Mechanic Simulator is easy to recommend.

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9 / 10.0
Rob Pitt

Despite not having any interest in cars whatsoever, Car Mechanic Simulator blew me away with its realism and fun factor. Sure, some people may see this game as a boring, mundane job-like experience where all you do is repair cars for the various clients who contact your shop, but others will find relaxation, satisfaction, and interesting educational aspects to the same concept. As someone who loves to take things apart to find the fault in them, then put them back together and witness the once-dead device come to life, this game was perfect for me. Progression is, unfortunately, a long and tedious journey which will take you many hours until you begin to unlock the more advanced tools and abilities which makes the game much more entertaining and enjoyable. My advice – stick with it as it’s worth it.

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