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PC Building Simulator

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PC Building Simulator puts you in charge of your very own PC Building and Repair shop, where you must complete challenges to build your reputation and progress through your PC Building career. Experiment with a large array of detailed and accurately rendered components from motherboards to CPU's that respond just as they would in real life. Learn how to install these components, using tools such as thermal paste, cables and standoffs to prevent short circuits and breakdowns. Fully animated installations let the players see exactly where each part slots into the computer so you can learn to build your very own gaming PC in real life. PC Building Simulator has had viral success with over 400,000 demo downloads and is coming to Steam later this year! Learn how to build high-end gaming PCs without purchasing costly parts or the risk of electric shocks! We are in discussions with your favourite hardware partners to bring their components into the game so you can build the rig of your dreams. Run a PC building and repair business and progress through the career mode. Fix customer’s PCs, perform upgrades and build rigs to strict specifications all while balancing your books and beating the competition! The tutorial guides players step by step through the PC building process and uses detailed instructions to explain each component and its function. Take part in challenges – build to specification, overclock your PC and more!
Release date
Mar 27, 2018
Developer
The Irregular Corporation
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Claudiu Kiss
Publisher
The Irregular Corporation, Irregular Corporation
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.pcbuildingsim.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: Core i3 3.1 GHz or AMD Phenom II X3 2.8 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 560 or Radeon HD6870 with 2GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review This Game is a lot of Fun in the Beginning, but gets boring over time because the Tasks are not varied enough. (I already had a lot of Experience with Computers in real Life, so the Game is easy for me and can get boring for me faster than for Others.) It's a good Exercise for those who don't know PCs so well yet but might want to build their own PC themselves or just want to exchange something. The German Translation is bad. For People who may not be able to speak English, it is enough, but you could definitely put more Effort into Translating. While I understand that it may be hard for developers to find new Partners, (please no Hate or anything, it's my Opinion) Asus Parts should be there already. There could also be older CPUs, GPUs, etc. Custom Loop Water cooling would also be real nice! At All with the building system in the Game you would have a lot of Possibilities. Manufacturers and Products other than ASUS that could also be included in the Game:-EK Waterblocks for the Waolk-Lian Li And Caselabs for PC-Housing-An Intel Extreme Platform or Xeon CPUs Would be nice-Corsair AXi power supplies with CableMod Cables (or Custom Colors for r Individual Cables)-better, individual Cable-management-M.2. SSDs (just like this ..)-Mice, keyboard, Mouse pad, monitor, etc. should also be available to buy (but is not so important as the Game is mainly about PCs-but wouldn't be bad;D)-RGB stripes that you put on in PC and outside (maybe under the Table or so) If you press the Light Switch, it shouldn't be too dark (lighting might be better)-and so on ... As I have already said, these Points are about Proposals which are in line with my own Opinion. In Conclusion, I have to say that the Game is good (8/10) but not perfect. It serves its Purpose and gives a useful Tips. Best for: People who have Fun building on PC (like me) or those who want to learn something. Not really recommended for: People who are very knowledgeable but have little Fun with it.
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Early Access Review After assembling MORE than 26 hours of PC, removing Viruses, replacing motherboards, using RAM bars and two hundred thousand Installations of 3DMark, I will now write my Review of This Game. I tried this Game from a Mate his Account. After 10 Hours I finally bought it because it was an incredible amount of Fun for me. As a Player, you take over a small "PC Store" that assembles PCs, repairs Them and removes the one or another Viruses in between. Gradually, new Hardware Parts are released as the Level increases, as well as new Capabilities, such as the automatic Connection of the Components or the automatic Screw turning. This makes a lot of sense, especially if you are constantly looking out the Motherboard. There are 9 Screws out and 9 Screws in no Rarity. In my first Game, I went bust after Level 7. You shouldn't just buy any Parts without paying attention to the Pedestal and the Price;) In my second Turn, I'm Level 17 and most of the time I've unlocked everything. The one or the other still lacks all the Skills but I have now bought all of them. The Game is especially suitable for Beginners who have no Idea about PCs. I already worked on Assembling It before and already had a few Previous Knowledge. However, I, too, have learned a lot new in the Game and this Knowledge will certainly help me in the construction of my own PC in the Future. The only Negative Thing about the Game is the Addiction Factor. Once you've started, you can't stop. How many times did I just want to do another Mission and then go to Bed. (It was 00.30 P.m.) But Then came a few more Missions, and a few more Missions and then all of a sudden it was 04:30. So You should bring a lot of Time, because the Game is really Whimsy. The Game is currently still in Early Access and I'm very excited to See what else will appear in the Future in terms of updates. In terms of performance, the Game went very well with me. I didn't have ANY FPS Burglaries. I've had a Game Crash 1-2 times before. However, the Game saves automatically, so I didn't have a big Game Loss. So from me a clear Buy recommendation for anyone who is interested in Assembling PCs or would like to be interested in the Future:) By the Way: There is also a "Sandbox fashion," where you can freely assemble your own PC without Limit. Everyone should try It out:)
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