Plane Mechanic Simulator Early Access available Feb. 7th!
Plane Mechanic Simulator is a simulation game developed by an independent Disaster Studio team.
Publisher Movie Games (being a member of the PlayWay group) will be releasing the game on the PC platform.
Plane Mechanic Simulator takes us on a trip to England in 1940, when the RAF (British Air Force) was preparing to repel the attack from the German Luftwaffe right before famous Battle of Britain.
The player takes on the role of the RAF ground crew technician, and will be responsible for fixing and general maintenance of all flying machines. The planes you will have under your care are (for now) 3 legendary British aircraft:
- Supermarine Spitfire Mk.1,
- De Havilland Tiger Moth,
- De Havilland Mosquito.
Each of them consists of more than two hundred elements, and our duties include both simple activities like refuelling and more complex tasks, including repairing engines, patching holes or calibration of plots. In addition, in the campaign mode, we are assigned to a specific squadron, taking care of the selected machine; wanting to ensure the safety of her pilot during subsequent missions, we must properly apply to her work – our mistake can cost him life.
Some of the missions needs to be completed in certain time frame. Like in other mechanic type simulators we have 3 different ‘working’ modes – inspect, disassembly and assembly. On top of this you can run advanced mode where you won’t have highlighted screws bolts and nuts.
When you identify broken parts you can either fix them or buy a new one. Fixing parts is quite interesting – you will have to apply precision amount of oil into mechanical part to ensure it is working to the best standards. The game seems like a lot of fun and it is perfect for chill sessions.
Plane Mechanic Simulator have graphics of decent quality but it is definitely subject for improvement (especially environment). The most noteworthy are the aircraft models refined with great attention to detail.
Game will be released on Steam platform 07.02.2019 as Early Access product.