Wake up at midnight, tune the radio to your favourite station and drive. As a small time courier, you’ll meet an cast of unusual characters, carry their packages across the region and learn their stories. Deliver packages through the night until the long shadows of dawn calls you back to your bed.

Your goal is to pick up packages from locations and deliver them on time. It’s 1986, so there’s no satnav— you’ll rely on your map and street signs to learn the best routes. Late deliveries mean less money.

At the end of each night, you return to your garage. Completing deliveries and earning cash unlocks new garages and cars, allowing you to travel further, complete bigger deliveries and build a delivery empire.

  • Explore an open world of open highways and sparkling skylines

  • Deliver packages for a cast of characters in story missions, or in unlimited procedurally generated missions

  • Upgrade your car from fixer-upper to lean muscle machine

  • Unlock new garages to take longer jobs and explore more of the world

  • Hire and manage drivers to build a business empire

  • Stream radio, MP3s, and podcasts on your car stereo

  • Photograph your journey with a range of lenses, filters and effects

  • Turn off missions and time limits with Endless Night mode

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Transmission on Steam



Jalopy is already a lot of fun to play in its current stage. It’s a small and simple game, not one you’ll likely play through an entire night’s session (although once I almost did), but one you’ll probably want to come back to again and again for another quick round or two.

There are many cute details that make it different from most other driving and racing games in existence. First of all is, of course, the titular car you’re driving. It’s an old, ramshackle and unreliable car that is quite unpredictable and takes a lot of maintenance. While other games might have you perform chip tuning, adjust your gear ratios or put some embarrassing neon lights on your car, you’re going to be dealing with much more basic stuff here. Hope you’ll make it to the next gas station with that popped tire, adjust the oil-to-fuel ratio for your two-stroke engine, or decide whether you’re going to sell your air filter so you can afford an extra can of gas for the road, just to be sure.

Real player with 72.6 hrs in game

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Version 1.0 but feels like Version 0.1

**In short:

  • Buggy

  • Lacking Content

  • Menial

  • Buy on sale ( 50%)**


Jalopy is a game most car enthusiasts and gamers alike will enjoy, should it be properly finished. The player takes the role of a nephew charged with the task of taking their Uncle on a journey across the fallen USSR in an old ‘restored’ Liaka 601 (Trabant 601), collecting various (sometimes prohibitied) loot found on backroads and highways to keep their car running and their wallets packed to book hotels; and buy upgrades. Jalopy has an interesting and somewhat unique experience to keep players entertained, just a shame its very short and has little replayability; with the added ‘bonus’ of bugs present throughout.

Real player with 57.3 hrs in game

Jalopy on Steam

Firefighters - Airport Heroes

Firefighters - Airport Heroes

good but has stuff to fix

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

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They have managed to simulate all the worst parts of working in an office: the tedium, the pointless office meetings, the extremely slow pace. I suppose you could call that a success.

Unfortunately, no part of this game is fun.

The cars drive too slowly.

The character moves too slowly.

The fires are hella unimpressive.

It is grindy as anything. Just avoid this.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Firefighters - Airport Heroes on Steam

We Took That Trip

We Took That Trip

Imagine you and your best friends tripping and enjoying every moment with no worries and no hurries. This game its about that!

We Took That Trip is a chill road trip game. You drive your beloved van through procedural roads with no hurry, relaxing and enjoying the company of your best friends. Chill out with the dynamic weathers and the wide variety of biomes. Customize your van and enjoy this emotional ride.

#### Key features:


  • Travel through procedural roads, the road is never the same

  • Variety of biomes (hills, forests, deserts, beaches, swamps, fields…)

Chill Out

  • The soundtrack puts you in the mood with tracks by awesome artists of the internet

  • Enjoy the beautiful landscapes

  • Dynamic weathers

  • Dynamic time with gorgeous sunsets, sunrires, moonrises…


  • Grab them all on the way, the ride is much better with the ones that you love

  • Discover their stories and revive great moments


  • Yes, theres a cat, and he’s inseparable. So he is gonna enjoy the ride with you

  • You can pet him and he loves it


  • Paint your loved van

  • Change cosmetic parts and make it feels like home

Zen mode

  • If you are just looking to relax and refresh your mind, this mode is just for this

  • Choose who you want to go with or drive alone

We Took That Trip on Steam

Suez Canal Simulator

Suez Canal Simulator

A lot has been improved just on the main screen before entering the ship. In the top right at the main menu there is a tab marked “Options”. In there are simple to understand controls which I recommend you write down on paper, a note file if you have a 2nd screen or something.. Also in options is a briefing or some such name. That tells you what you are responsible for doing and what you are not.

This is not for everyone. You need to not be after an exciting game with action. It is more for seeing what it is like on the canal. You do speed up and slow down, but, you don’t steer left and right. That is auto piloted.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Do not buy! Ugly main menu background, this game is horrible and has rigid gameplay, graphics are from another century. It’s uninteresting. Lack of action, the product seriously lacks work. Not worth more than 1$.

The dev even blocked me to not tell what I was thinking about his “simulator”

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Suez Canal Simulator on Steam

The Bus

The Bus

Review of the release version

Not perfect yet, but you shouldn’t expect that as it’s still in the early state of Early Access.

Generally I really do enjoy this new City Bus Simulator.

What you are getting right now is the TXL line, a 1:1 scale recreation of that part of Berlin, the Scania Citywide in two variants, and some in Game line editors.

Doesn’t sound like much, but the main key is that lots of new things are going to be added during this Early Access, especially looking forward to the Map Modding Tools.

Real player with 99.2 hrs in game

As a community, we are giving constructive feedback to the developers. And they don’t seem to know or listen about the physics. This game should not be called a simulator. Because the only game that should be called that way is OMSI 2. As for now, the game should work a lot on the driving physics, before it can be a joy for me as an OMSI driver, to enjoy this game. For now I would only recommend this game to Euro truck and American truck driver. I also used to play euro truck simulator 2, and since I play OMSI 2, I can tell what a simulator is and what not when looking at the physics. I’ve also raced a lot in Rfactor and other simulation games. Based on this experience I can tell this game is not a simulator. It is more like a Berlin sight seeing game for now. I hope this review helps you to decide to buy the game or not.

Real player with 23.4 hrs in game

The Bus on Steam

Bunch of Games

Bunch of Games

After i bought this game, it has been updated already 3 times, they added 1 more game.There is game what i like and recommend to play called “The Drop” and “Duel Frenzy” Worth every penny. Cheers!!

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Normal games, I’ll be happy if new features are added to The Drop. BTW have the worst PC on earth , but i still can play everything

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Bunch of Games on Steam

Extreme Offroad Monster Simulator

Extreme Offroad Monster Simulator

Very rudimentary game. Obvious why it only costs $2. Poorly coded; textures fly out of nowhere. Trees appear and disappear randomly. I bought it for my 4 year old to drive around and it is non-violent and basic enough for him. But I can’t recommend it for anyone else.

Real player with 18.1 hrs in game

[0.3] Controls & Training & Help

[0.1] Menu & Settings

[0.2] Sound & Music

[0.1] Graphics

[0.1] Game Design

[0.1] Game Story

[0.1] Game Content

[0] Completion time (level/game)?

[0] is it Enjoyable & Fun?

[0] Could it hold a spot in Favorites? (& if the Game can be repeatedly played again)

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Stars received: 1.0/10 ___ Note: v.4 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions

Game description key-points: short, no odd racing

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Extreme Offroad Monster Simulator on Steam

Highway Traffic Racer

Highway Traffic Racer

I bought this game out of pure boredom…

But, I really enjoy playing it when I dont have anything else to do.

Sure the things you can do are limited but it does let time pass by quikly.


Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

7/25/21: EDIT: Money is no longer properly saved and is even deducted after a race, so I couldn’t earn anything after the second car. Going to flip to not recommending unless that’s fixed.

I got this game for $1.09 USD in a bundle. What did I get? A decent port with a lot of fun under the hood, It follows the pattern of a lot of racers. You start off with a basic car and one road. As there’s really no real “race” here, you get points for near misses, combos, distance, etc.

After your first drive or so you should have enough to at least get another road, paint job or both. It takes about half an hour with luck to unlock all of the roads and paint your car and wheels. I say with luck, because this game has a habit of losing your winnings, sometimes thousands of dollars worth.

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

Highway Traffic Racer on Steam

Junkyard Truck

Junkyard Truck

Junkyard Truck is an open-world off road driving and mechanic simulator. You start by buying an old truck from the junkyard which needs some work to get it running. You’ll need to dismount the engine and pull it out, replace worn out or missing parts, and then put it back together and hope you did a thorough job. Once you get it running, you can use your truck to complete various off road missions to earn more money. When the missions get too tough, visit the auto parts store to buy upgraded engine parts, wheels, drivetrain parts, or accessories- or you may even find something good in the junkyard if you’re persistent. Be sure to keep up on maintenance since you’re going to be pretty hard on your vehicles.. When you think your truck is powerful enough, and you have enough bankroll for major repairs, use your truck to complete some of the map’s challenges, such as mud pits, rock crawls, hill climbs, and very destructive long jumps.

Junkyard Truck on Steam