Grand Truck Simulator review

After a long wait, Grand Truck Simulator is finally out.

Grand truck Simulator was in development for a very long time, but it is finally available. However, it is still in beta.

When  you first start the game, you have a small amount of money, and an A class driver’s licence, meaning you can only drive a specific truck. Finish deliveries with no traffic penalties and without damaging the cargo for maximum profit and maximum points. One you have enough points and money, you can either buy yourself a new truck, or you can hire a driver.

Physics are a key element in these types of simulation games, and the game does not disappoint. The cabin movement is realistic, so is the movement of the trailer. Even the fuel amount affects the performance of your truck. Graphics are decent. As mentioned, the game is still in deep beta, so graphics are simple, but more than enough.

What really amazed me was the sound quality. And the sound of the truck, that is, how it sounds while driving and decelerating. You can also buy a blow-off vale in the shop. In the shop, you can also customize the suspension of the truck – lower it or make it higher, adjust the stiffness etc. And, you can also make your own custom skins for truck and trailer.

However, there are a few thing that work against the game. First of all, the AI traffic is just bad. Lucky, you can turn it off easily in the setting. And, if you turn on the mini-map, it hurts the performance. A lot. Ads? Only video short video ads when you hit drive, no ads while driving, which is awesome. You can download the game here. It will be available for Windows Phone and iOS some time later.

Here are some nice pics.

Grand Truck Simulator

Grand Truck Simulator

Grand Truck Simulator

Grand Truck Simulator

Grand Truck Simulator

Grand Truck Simulator

Grand Truck Simulator