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Plane Mechanic Simulator

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Plane mechanic simulator puts you in a role of an RAF ground crew technician at the start of the Battle of Britain.
You will face various tasks ranging from simple refueling to engine repairs and gun harmonization. In order to bring you the best possible experience we have meticulously recreated 3 legendary British aircraft of that era:
  • Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1
  • De Havilland Tiger Moth
  • De Havilland Mosquito

With over 200 parts per aircraft and an unprecedented attention to detail, none of their secrets will be left concealed by the end of the game.

The game also features a unique campaign where you are assigned to a specific squadron with your own machine and pilot. Make a mistake and he might not return from a mission. Perform well and he will become an ace.
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Disaster Studio
PlayWay S.A., Plug In Digital, Movie Games S.A.
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel i5 - 4210H (4x 2.9 GHz) or AMD Phenom II X4 980 (4x 3.7 GHz)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 960M (4GB) or Radeon R9 M375X (4GB)
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel i7 3770 (4x 3.4 GHz) or AMD FX-9370 (4x 4.4 GHz)
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660Ti (3GB) or Radeon R9 370 (4GB)
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review First impression? Hammer! It makes a real Mood, especially to screw on Airplanes, is something else. The Gameplay is for an Alpha real TOP you notice it never, it Plays like a Full Game. Great Work! What I would still like to see are Bomber planes, with 4 Engines, that would be Mega!
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Early Access Review Cool game. Yet with a few flaws. Do I really have to collect 500 Points So that another Plane finally arrives?? Otherwise Cool. Hope there are still jet planes coming and the same:-D I had been given a 50% Voucher by Steam. Instead of 9 Euros I paid about 4.65 euros:-D Please Love developer expands with more Content. You Can also watch my Let's Play. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1KVyWOK9Y4
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Early Access Review Boring! You jump from Day to Day, the Tasks are very similar. I had to "fix" or refuel the same Plane 6 times or more times at the beginning and still haven't been "transported"-what comes after the Promotion I don't know, but the Game took the Interest in it. No Money is simulated, no "Experience points" or Skills ... Just can't recommend it-Refund has already been requested.
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Early Access Review Early Access Review: Graphic I like very much. Control is still a bit spongy here and there on the whole but good. The only thing I have noticed negatives is the Support of a 32:9 monitor. The Final Sheet of the Missions is bugated. I just see the Middle. The upper and lower Parts are outside the Picture. Thus, the Continuation Button is also unreachable for me. Too bad I hope that will be fixed quickly. The Game has a lot of Potential. With the latest Update, the Problem was fixed with the Final Sheet.
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Early Access Review I have to say: Clear Recommendation! If you like Games in the Style of the Car Mechanic Simulator-you're sure to find what you're looking for here. Also because-despite Early Access Status-the Game is already playable and the Bugs are really limited to My Taste. So far, 3 Machines-the Tiger Moth, Spitfire and the Mosquito-are waiting to be cherished and maintained by you, and the Repair Orders even create story feeling. (RIP Pete btw). Of course, the Game can be expanded by some Features (Engine Test run, Rope pulls check, On-board Electrics, etc.), but think there's certainly something to come. So far, career mode offers 72 Orders. Of course, let's hope there will be more to come soon. For the current Price of < 10,-EUR, there is definitely nothing wrong. I've already spent more Money on worse Games. ;-) I'm definitely excited to see what the Developers are going to give us.
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