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  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.
  • Mech Mechanic Simulator: Screen zum Spiel Mech Mechanic Simulator.

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18,99€ -10%
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  • Plattform: PC
  • Release: 25.03.2021
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Über das Spiel

Als Mech-Mechaniker musst du mit den größten Unternehmen der heutigen Welt konkurrieren. Zerlege, repariere und verbessere die gigantischen Maschinen. Erbaue dein eigenes Unternehmen und führe es zu Ruhm und Here. Stelle dich der Herausforderung und erschaffe einen eigenen Mech – den wohl modernsten Roboter auf Welt!

Deine Aufgabe ist es, Bauteile zu analysieren und all jene zu finden, die ersetzt warden müssen. Montiere kaputte Bauteile ab und bestelle neue… Vergiss aber nicht, dass auch die am schlimmsten betroffenen Komponenten ein neues Leben erhalten halten. Erneuere und repariere sie, sodass sie wieder einsatzbereit sind. Letztlich kannst du alles reparieren. Und der Rest? Verkaufe ihn oder schmelze ihn ein, um etwas komplett neues herzustellen!

Bei den Aufträgen kann es gut sein, dass du gebeten wirst, einige der Mechs neu zu lackieren, bei anderen wiederum musst du bei ihnen ein Update durchführen, um sie für ihre weiteren Aufträge vorzubereiten. Es gibt eine Reihe an verschiedenen Mech-Typen im Mech Mechanic Simulator. Und sie alle dienen einem anderen Zweck. Steigere deinen Ruf und erlange damit Zugang zu komplizierteren Maschinenarten.

Der Ruf deines Unternehmens wird stetig steigen und deine Konkurrenten werden wenig begeistert sein, wenn sie sehen, wie gut du in diesem Geschäft zurechtkommst. Es ist an der Zeit, die Ärmel hochzukrempeln und dich den Größten in der Branche zu stellen. Sehen wir mal, wer imstande ist, den fortschrittlichsten Mech aller Zeiten zu konstruieren!

Die Ausgaben müssen gedeckt werden. Deine Werkstatt könnte in der Tat einige Verbesserungen und Ressourcen gebrauchen, die aber nicht ganz günstig sind. Die Einzelteile der Mechs gehen stetig kaputt, die Anforderungen deiner Kunden wiederum steigen. Halte dich stets fit, um nicht von der Konkurrenz verschluckt zu werden!

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: Intel Core i3 7th gen or faster (or AMD equivalent)
  • GFX: 4GB VRAM (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 390)
  • RAM: 8 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10 (64bit)
  • HD: 6 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • DX: Version 11
  • LANG: Englisch
  • CPU: Intel Core i5 7th gen or faster (or AMD equivalent)
  • GFX: 6GB VRAM (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580)
  • RAM: 16 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 10 (64bit)
  • HD: 6 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • DX: Version 11
  • LANG: Englisch

Steam Nutzer-Reviews

1202 Produkte im Account
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139 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.03.21 23:15
P E R F E K T !!

Innovative Steuerung, Handhabung.
Kurzweiliges hochleveln der Werkstatt
(keine künstliche Verzögerungen)
Grafisch ansehnlich, Sound OK.
(Musik generell in Games als nervig abgestellt)

Ab und an ist auch eine Hirnzelle gefragt. Sehr gut.
Da kommt Stimmung auf und es macht Spaß !

Prädikat : Empfehlenswert für Werkstattfreaks und Mech-Fans.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 19:21
First hour review:

There's a lot here to like in Mech Mechanic Simulator if the thought of a methodical, meditative fix-it game appeals to you. That being said, there are a handful of issues that seem to keep the player at arm's length, pushing them out of the experience rather than drawing them in.

1) Ambiance: These games are a sort of role-play, where you become the person doing the work. Something the game fails to do in its opening moments is to present you with an atmospherically-interesting world. The workshop, though technically fine, doesn't SOUND like a workshop, doesn't FLOW like a workshop. It's static, flat-sounding (think about the last time you were in a mechanic's shop, with the hiss of hydraulics, the slight reverberations of the corrugated metal walls sharpening the clang of a dropped tool), and devoid of personality. Who are you? Is this a big step up for you? The story seems to tell you it is.

Why is this important? Because these simulation games are about FEEL more than they are about the abstractions of the work. Do I feel like a mechanic working on a mech? Does this space feel like it is helping to tell that story?

2) That cursed android! Per point #1, ambiance is paramount, and my first moments in the game were pierced by a deluge of cringey, pokey, drawl-y android dialogue. Yuk. Literally zero personality communicated to you slowly and painfully. I am ripped from any sort of work I was doing and forced to listen to him often just reading, agonizingly, over text that's already on-screen. He's not adding anything to the experience, and only interrupts and irritates (the devs refer to this too?!). Just because something's terrible, and you admit it's terrible, doesn't mean it's now suddenly ok. This is coming from someone who loves bad movies, btw. The android is not 'so bad it's good', either.

He's mindlessly pathing around the room, in the way when I try to go down the stairs because of course he is.

I get it, try lots of things, and hope some stick and help define the game. In this case, the android should be cut entirely which would allow players to focus on the more interesting elements.

3) Interface: This is a mixed bag. On one hand, I think the process of disassembling and reassembling the mechs is well thought-out and could have been a nightmare of order of operations, area-of-interest highlighting, and inventory management, but the devs did an excellent job here as the work just flows, and you're rarely 'stuck'.

The interface of the rest of the game is flat, with pop-ups all over the screen and inconsistent button highlighting and placement. Every new screen tends to provoke a few seconds of confusion as I try to figure out navigation, mouse-over hotspots, etc. This is an opportunity for improvement, and I think it would help the new player experience tremendously.

Back to the mention of 'flat': I think that interface can be a secret character that helps pull the player even more into the atmosphere of the game. We, as players, have been subjected to this blue-rhombus 'sci fi' interface scheme across countless games, where I think the actual 'interface' of a mechanic would be surpisingly low-tech. A clunker of a computer, burned-in monitors, oil-stained hand-meters, could build a UI scheme that cemented the player's role in the game. Obviously nothing to hold against the game itself, but just feels like a missed opportunity.

So, this is not intended to be a negative review overall, as I think the premise and the core mechanics of the game are very intriguing. With additional focus on player progression (the 'feel' of getting a deal on the store, saving money by repairing something yourself, your workshop growing alongside your aptitude), i think this could be a great game. Not there yet, but certainly an effort worth attention, and I do not regret the money spent to play around in this space.

Thanks to all the devs who worked on it, and for putting your vision out there, and for taking anything I've mentioned in a spirit of feedback. Good luck!
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106 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.03.21 16:00
If you get busted for your illegal mech workshop, make sure they don't repurpose your assistant robot into a toaster.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tecKVf7iuw
If you want to see gameplay and watch my first impressions as they happened, click my video above. Mech Mechanic Simulator is what it says on the box, thrusting you into the role of a mech mechanic. Your trusty robot assistant thinks he's your boss, but he'll let you make decisions like which job to take or which colors to paint your workshop.

If you've played other mechanic simulators (such as PC Building Simulator), the format will be very familiar. The key difference is that arms, legs, and cores are all designed a little bit differently. There's certainly a learning curve understanding the mechs, how the problematic piece is attached and how to get to it without dismantling the entire arm. I certainly took apart more pieces than I needed to, and although I knew something was missing after I put it back together I still couldn't figure out quite what it was.

Mech Mechanic Simulator doesn't add anything new to the genre, but if you enjoy this kind of game you'll sink plenty of hours learning the ins and outs of mech building. And until Elon Musk designs the first Telsa Mech, this will be as close as you can get to your mech building dream.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 20:12
The problem I had with this game is just how boring it really is. I played the demo longer than I have this version and honestly I already want to give up. When you compare it to other simulator games (using Car Mechanic Simulator 2018) it doesn't even come close.

There is one feature I like a lot and that's when you buy something you can search it up there and then, massive time saver.

Having to do a job then walk all the back up each time is very boring.

It maybe that you have to play this game for longer to get any fun out of it, but if I'm bored within the first 20 minutes of playing I don't really see much point. I done 5 jobs within that time 3 of them were the same parts.

Doesn't look like it got much optimisation as well from the demo that launched which is a shame.
I'll track it's updates to see if it improves but I think that's it for me.
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27 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25.03.21 18:27
I really hoped this game to be good. Unfortunately, it feels extremely dull. The entire gameplay is built around tediouness and the replayability is really low. The game feels like pre-Beta in almost every aspect. One of the core flaws is the lack of rewarding mechanism, which turned the game into a big chunk of chore, instead of something that you would get excited and look for more.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 17:04
This game is a nice spin on simulator games. I was pleasantly surprised by how intricate fixing parts is. With all of the nuts, bolts, screws to be undone etc before getting to the part that needs fixing. Then you have the different unlockable work stations such as rust repair, welding, and painting. Although, I never quite figured out how to get the welding to work.

At the time of writing, there are a few things I feel could do with some small quality of life improvements. For example, after roughly an hour or so of play, I got myself into a checkmate situation of not having enough funds to finish the job I was working on. Yet, due to already having a loan and no option to extend or increase that I had to start from scratch again.

All in all, good fun. If you like similar titles and also enjoy a fondness for mechs, then this is definitely a game for you.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 23:18
For its price and modest size, Mech Mechanic Simulator is a perfectly fine, 'what it says on the box' game that will preoccupy your attention, mecha fanatic or otherwise.
Simple, but relatively enjoyable part-by-part disassembly and reassembly, some fine tuning on the usual simulation micro-managing (no day-system, you just keep going endlessly while taking jobs, menus are easy to access, etc) and a fair amount of mechs to actually take apart.
Weighed down by some variety issues (there's like, six to seven mech frames total and they don't have much variation from each other - the only thing really different feeling is some small parts locations and paintjobs which doesn't help much) and a lot of that 'semi-unpolished unity game' feel (this game is not actually a unity engine game), especially in its 'calibration' minigame.
Still very much worth trying, especially if you're into giant robots.
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Verfasst: 25.03.21 23:07
I am having a lot of fun with this game. I love the new mechs as well as the expanded market and the new tool stations. Calibration is a problem. Whomever coded 'charge and release to jump' should be very ashamed of themselves and go sit in time out for a week or so. FIx that and provide some tutorial of the the whole wall running thing and its great.
If you like sim mechanic games you need to buy this one. Nuf said.
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