Rise To The Challenge In Forklift Truck The Simulation
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Immanitas Entertainment GmbH's Forklift Truck The Simulation is available now for purchase and download at Mac Game Store. The game sim puts players behind the controls of a fork truck and challenges them to complete 40 missions involving a variety of goods to transport and unique situations to deal with.
Here is your chance to take a seat of a fork truck and move around goods without causing extensive damage!Forklift Truck The Simulation is available now for $9.99 (USD).
Forklift Truck The Simulation
Original forklifts offering a very realistic ride, an authentic physics engine simulates the exact loading of different transport goods.
Use your skills to move the forklift carefully in the full 3D environment, without harming any container or barrels. Different scenarios will lead you through confusing warehouses, huge freight terminals and lively harbor districts. Forklift Truck The Simulation offers realistic first person controls including short area turns and the special multi-level hydraulic lift system.
What makes this game special is the variety inside the gameplay and the game modes: A game can last minutes or even hours, its totally up to your ability and the missions you are playing, but one thing is for sure: this challenging game will keep you entertained for a long time!
- 40 exciting missions for a long lasting challenge
- Tons of cargo to deliver (or damage its in your hands)
- First person camera views for more realism
- Hours of fun and frustration
- Realistic physics engine
- Motivating achievements system
- Tutorial for beginners
- Mouse, keyboard or joypad controls
- Mac OS X 10.8 or later
- 2 GHz Dual Core Intel Mac
- 1 GB RAM
- 43 MB HD Space
- 256 MB VRAM
Buy Forklift Truck The Simulation
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