About My Summer Car
My Summer Car for PC is a game that focuses on reassembling old and worn sports cars. The game belongs to the simulation genre and it attempts to realistically recreate the real world.
The player assumes the role of a fan of 90s’ cars, who during one beautiful Finnish summer decided to overhaul his old ride. The game world is open and it doesn’t force the player to do anything. He can decide by himself what and when will he do. The only thing that marks progress in the game is the progress in assembling the car. In addition to working as a mechanic, the player can sit inside his car and drive through a forest. However, one should be careful as an accident can result in death.
When the game is started, the user is welcomed in a remote location where there is only player, forest and the car that requires his attention. The user can also use a tractor and a van that enables him to travel through the game world until the car is ready. It also allows transporting larger pieces required for the repairs. Obtaining new parts for the car isn’t just about going to a shop. Specific parts must be found in a catalog and ordered through mail. Once that is done, player must wait until the parts are delivered.
The realism of the game forces the player for example to use correct key for opening a screw in the engine. He must also make sure that various (and numerous) engine components are connected to each other in the right way. One can improve parameters of his car and even add some subwoofers in order to increase acoustic performance of the vehicle. The customization of the car is actually a full-blown mechanic sim, rather than just fitting different parts to their slots.
The world presented in the game is not always politically correct; it is possible to sit behind the wheels after a beer and open another one while driving, and the game has three separate buttons for cursing.
The title was developed by using Unity 5 graphics engine. The action is shown from a first-person perspective. My Summer Car for PC offers clear, however modest, three-dimensional visuals. The title also offers a realistic physical engine that impacts the way the car is driven.