It’s a fun game. The problem is, it freezes very often. Also, I’ve made it to the third map and the last ramp often times has you dropping out of the map completely.

Real player with 11.4 hrs in game

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Impressive for just a solo Dev!

Great fun with a group of mates! & The VR is a very cool feature and gives a cool perspective of looking over the tracks!

Great work

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

MiniTracks on Steam

Car Mechanic Simulator 2021

Car Mechanic Simulator 2021

I nominated this game for “SIT AND RELAX” award. I like this so much, so much fun tearing down a junk car, fixing all the parts, buying new shiny ones and then building the car completely from the ground up again. Very satisfying!

*PLEASE Devs Fix sound of cars is not realistic at all and since cms2015 have same texture for bad part or broken part need to be add some better idea for bad/broken part, i have never seen plastic rust and even such a thing does not make sense! :D pls fix that decent idea :/

Real player with 118.4 hrs in game

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After 100 hours of playtime I can say that this is one of the best games I have ever played. It’s brilliant to just play and relax too, not having to stress. The developers have been on point with DLC packs and updates so far too. Graphics are brilliant on max settings and gives a real feel to being a mechanic. It has also been educational to me in a way as I now understand what some parts are, their names, their functions and where they live on the car. Overall an outstanding game and I look forward to playing it for many more hours to come!

Real player with 112.9 hrs in game

Car Mechanic Simulator 2021 on Steam

Garage Flipper

Garage Flipper

You’re an ambitious contractor with a passion for repair shops. The task seems simple, but is it really? Will you handle demolishing walls without having the roof collapse on your head? Can you give them a nice, even paint job? Starting’s always tricky but remember – practice makes perfect!


Visit the auction service and place bids on garages and repair shops. But you don’t have to wait for your results – you can outbid the competition and buy immediately at a slightly higher price. Better to pay more than end up empty-handed. ;)


Many people treat their garage like a dumpster and, unfortunately, before you can get to decorating the interior, you’ll first have to liberate it from old junk. Rusty mufflers, used-up batteries, shelves of empty cans, as well as old fridges and washing machines are just some of the things people tend to stuff and forget in their garages. Sort the recovered materials or try to sell them to scrap collectors.


Clear the place out of old cars. Most of them are no longer operational, so you’ll need the help of a tow truck. The good news is that your old pal Bob happens to drive one those. The bad news is that he’s a terrible driver. Better if you take the wheel and handle towing out the junk yourself.


Go for your hammer and bust open the old walls! You can make rooms bigger by building new ones and installing new roofs and floors. Choose your preferred paint color and soon you’ll see new life breathed into the garage!


Place a brand new workbench and tool cabinets, as a more expensive preset, or create a collection yourself by laying out tools individually. Remember that everything needs its proper spacing and placement.


To make a garage into a shop, you’ll find it necessary to also buy the right devices, such as tire changers, oil collectors, wheel balancers, pneumatic jacks, or engine cranes.


No high-profile repair shop would be complete without a dedicated office space. Choose patterns and textures for its separate floor. You can also install a counter, leather furniture, veneer tables and even a sound system. Look after your style by placing around some interesting paintings with an addition of modern LED lighting. You can even hang up a punching bag or set up a bench


Once the renovation work is completed, take a few photos of the new facility that present it in an appealing way. Log into an auction site, calculate the costs, set up a few parameters, and put it up for sale! But remember – buyers don’t like being lied to in posting descriptions.

Build up your empire! Invest in new specialist gear (including prototypes) and discover new construction technology. Travel the world in search of inspiration to outdo rival companies. Take part in international contests for flipping freaks such as yourself and win numerous awards!

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Garage Flipper on Steam

American Theft 80s

American Theft 80s

It’s the 80s, so put on your nostalgia glasses (even if you weren’t there)!

From the creators of Thief Simulator.

Every house, bank, shop and museum can be robbed with the right tools, you just have to know how to do it.

Earn your way up in a county full of corruption and crime while discovering what the residents are hiding.

That’s right, if you see a house, bank or a shop you can get inside, but learn about the tenants first. You don’t want to get caught.

Remember VHS, cassette players and CRT TVs? No? Well now you can get to know them. Tenants will surely share them with you, albeit not knowingly.

Earn cash and reputation in the underground world filled with corruption and crime.

Sometimes the only thing you can do is get in the car and drive as fast as possible. But be careful, the cops are not playing around and will chase after you.

Make sure to bribe the police to avoid being wanted.

There are many classic styled minigames available. Beat the highscores and get achievements for it!

Use tools like crowbar, bolt cutters or lockpicks to help you in your jobs.


  • steal from houses, trailers, banks, shops, mansions and more

  • use lockpicks, crowbars and other tools to break in

  • finish shady jobs for cash and reputation

  • drive around seamless sandbox

  • buy and steal cars

  • buy houses and decorate them

  • disguise yourself as an electrician or a policeman to fool tenants

American Theft 80s on Steam