Take your opportunity as real Train Mechanic!
Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 is a simulation game developed by Si7 Studio and published by PlayWay S.A. It is a combination of “mini games” and each holds its own quite well. In a sense, it’s kind of like a construction sim, in that you use different machines and do different things as you go through a “mission.” You progress from “easy” to “hard” and receive a new shop for each stage of development. You start with Diesels, later on add Electrical Locomotives and Steam. Find locomotives around game world that needs your help and repair them in one of 3 workshops localized in huge 25 km2 open world.
Release Date: 23 March, 2017
Developer: Si7 Studio
Publisher: PlayWay S.A.
Train Mechanic Simulator 2017
OS: Win 7
CPU: Pentium Core 2 Duo
RAM: 4 GB RAM
GRAPHIC: Geforce GT560
HDD: 5 GB
CPU: Pentium Core Quad
RAM: 8 GB RAM
GRAPHIC: Geforce GT950 or better
HDD: 5 GB
- 9 trains to repair in all types: Steam, Electric and Diesel
- 3 workshops with more than 1000 parts to repair
- open 25 km2 world full of railways and different locations
- unique Economy System – you will decide about strategy of repair and ROI of it
Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 Trailer
Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 Review
Find locomotives around game world that needs your help and repair them in one of 3 workshops localized in huge 25 km2 open world. There are 4 trains in the game; one diesel, one electric and two steam if we consider only their mechanical design variations and not the aesthetics. The game has 75 missions, 25 for each type of train: diesel, electric and steam. The open world - which by the way, it looks really beautiful and it is quite large - let's you travel to the specific repair depots so you have the option to choose which ones you like to do first. Much like the first iteration of Car Mechanic Simulator the game is fairly simple, but this isn't a bad thing. I really enjoy driving about the track and using the boom, and the actual repair portion is fun as well. It has this "driving the locomotive" feature that is really well done and immersive. You can actually switch the railway direction as you travel making this an engaging driving. The map isn't really that big, but it's as big as it needs to be. Super fun game especially if you like trains or/and simulators is a must buy.