When i see Gas station simulator When I hit Steam, I took a look-it’s usually hard to tell if a new emulator game is popular because it’s a joke or because it’s actually good. After a few hours, I couldn’t stop refueling people’s cars, calling customers and repairing their vehicles.
Surprisingly, the gas station simulator has a plot. The first is that you drive a very cool car-with a smoking head-shaking dog-through the desert, then drive into the Dust Bowl Gas Stop and buy it from the owner. Soon after, you received a call from your uncle telling you that your grandfather once owned it and he would be happy to help you restore it.
Yes, its beginning is almost exactly the same as Stardew Valley. You must even build everything from scratch. Starting from breaking down 2×4 planks into your new gas station and driving a front loader to remove sand from the parking lot and pumps, there is actually a lot of work to do before you start serving customers. Aim and throw trash bags and other garbage into the trash can-Kobe! -Very interesting, you can even track your furthest distance with the “high score” sign of victory. Oh, the kid who kept showing up and stopped with spray paint? Throwing garbage at him is also fun.
If you play this demo, you will start with a fully functional gas station, which only requires a good cleaning. After everything is cleaned up, you will play the role of fueler, cashier and mechanic until you make a certain amount of money, and then the demonstration is over. This is obviously an earlier version because the full game has an improved user interface and controls-it feels less picky and responsive compared to the demo, and it does not record my mouse clicks on certain objects . The complete game also adds customization and maintenance to improve the experience.
I hate cleaning and housework in the real world, but this gas station requires a lot of maintenance and maintenance, and I am happy to do so. I never understand why cleaning up buildings in a video game sounds so exciting to me, but it’s satisfying to see this place become beautiful and tidy up, just like spraying cars in PowerWash Simulator. Purchasing furniture and drawing at the station gave me the personalization I like in games like House Flipper.
There is a simple pleasure in other tasks. Filling up a person’s car will display a meter, which will tell you when you need to stop. The Shift key speeds up the meter, but if you want the maximum tip, you must stop quickly. Similarly, a call at the cashier tells you to activate the conveyor belt, scan the items and put them in the basket. It feels cool to complete an order without stopping the conveyor belt—quick scanning and bagging—and cashiers shouldn’t do it.
But should I really be like this? Even though the excellent Deathloop occupies the rent in my mind, my body is eager to be pulled back to the dirty little gas station so that I can clean and help some customers. I don’t understand why. okay then. I think the important thing is that it makes me happy.I don’t pack my things, run out of the city, open my own gas station—just like some people do Farm and Stardew Valley— But if you are a beginner 3D model person and want some gasoline and food, then come to the ol’ Dust Bowl next to Route 66. I am running a pump, and there are snacks and drinks in it.