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Motorbike Garage Mechanic Simulator

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A realistic simulation of a chopper mechanic’s garage – you can almost smell the grease.
Tamper with bikes without any real-world consequences and become a real specialist in two-wheeled monsters!

The game lets you assemble your first motorcycle from the frame to the smallest screws.
Choose the right parts and give the bike a beautiful silhouette, and the customer will reward you handsomely.

Develop your craft and grow your business.
Choose cost-effective jobs, hunt for bargains in the marketplace for parts or even take a loan if you need to.

Live your childhood dream!

  • Every bike has 260 interchangeable parts.
  • Almost every part comes in many varieties, so there are over 600 choices.
  • Three main jobs: bike assembly, servicing, and part replacement.
  • Tactical business decisions: job selection, take a loan, buy parts in the marketplace.
Release date
Fat Dog Games
Fat Dog Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970/AMD Radeon R9 290
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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15 trophies silver trophy
Collect 15 silver trophies.
15 trophies bronze trophy
Collect 15 bronze trophies.
Cash stash gold trophy
Find all piles of cash.
Cash stash silver trophy
Find 14 piles of cash.
Click on the chicken gold trophy
Click on the chicken 20 000 times.
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Motorbike Garage Mechanic Simulator reviews and comments

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So, right now I don't know what to make of the Game. Graphic: Bikes: The Bikes are really great, very Detailed, lots of parts, a lot of things to do. Garage and around: Bad! Even at Graphic Level Fantastic, the Game looks ugly, at least if you go closer to the Boxes, Welding Devices, etc., Ran. Some of the Models for Welding Devices, for example. Gas Cylinders etc. have such bad Meshes that you can see in Rounding the Edges and I have never MET SO a Welding Device. Could Have been done better! Sound: Fits. The Only Shortcoming: You can bring your Own MP3s into play for the Radio, but as soon as they are in your own Folders, for example in order to separate different Genres of Music from each other, the System fails. There are only two Radio Stations: Which the Game brings with it, and its own Custom Track Station. (Unfortunately, there is no News or anything like that here. One might have considered including Internet Radio.) control unit:... I don't know where the Team was aligned with it, but it wasn't the CMS2018. The Control is very reminiscent of the CMS2015, Buttons, no Right Click ring menu for quick access to everything, Unnecessary Walkways, because you always have to go to the Laptop or the Mobile phone On the Charging station to order something/take Orders. HALLOOO It's a Cell phone, not a Cord-bound Phone! They are meant to Be Takeaway, not to stand around! Game equipment: A Workshop room with Windows, a Bike table for Bucking up, a Painting room that looks like it was Times a Smokehouse, an Office where you can admire the Achivement Trophies on a Shelf, order a Laptop to Share/sell/Credit Record or pay for a Radio And the Mobile phone on the Charging Station. There is an Experience and Level System, but at least now for Release you can absolutely do nothing with it. Instead, more experience and higher Levels simply means more and more difficult Jobs. There is no Outside World! There are no Test Tracks, no Scrap yard, no Barns for Looting, no auction House, no Parking Garage for your own Bikes and also nowhere where you can sell the Bikes, only order by order. However, I do not know if this will be unlocked over Time and Levels, but the Tutorial was not the talk. In any case, garage expansion is not in it. Custom Stuff: So Far, there doesn't seem to be a Steam Workshop, but that may yet come so I'm putting the Time backwards. In the Game Folders, apart from the Custom Soundtrack MP3s, There are no Entries for own Bikes, Bike parts, license Plates, Garage banners etc.pp But as I said, the CMS Games have also started small. You can change the Wallpapers for the Smartphone and the Tow top, but unfortunately I haven't found the Folder yet to put your own Pictures in ... If there is. Total First Impression: In School Grades: Sufficient. It is still too good for Deficient, for satisfying not good enough. Right now I would say: It's still pretty Basic, it's the most necessary in it, but didn't feel enough. And yes, I know that you expect YOU more and don't have everything you can expect at Release, but that's really not enough. Sorry, right now I can't give a Buy recommendation. But I'm not going to demand my Money back, hoping that there's still a lot to change in the Game to make it more appealing. Still, I'm not going to keep playing it for a long Time, it just doesn't really appeal to me. I prefer to return to my CMS 2018 Garage. Still, wish you a lot of Fun with it. Edit 27,05.2018: Okay, now I did. I have requested a Refund for this Game. The Chances after 2 Months are bad, but the Attempt is Worth it. Why did I do this? Because it seems to me that the Game is Death. There was ONLY a single Patch, there is no Roadmap, no Advance on upcoming Content and the Community is also Death, at LEAST here on STEAM. The Game could have actually gone big, but now it is one of those Cases that fall under "nice meant but not worth buying." I prefer to buy the Two missing DLC packs for the Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 or one of these Farming Simulator or Manager Games from the Sale. Sorry Devs, could have been beautiful, but here the Paths separate. Edit 2: Ok, 2 Months is too long for a Refund. You get that from not wanting your Money back right away. No matter, it just ends up in the "Graveyard of Mispurchases."
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