Trucker: Construction Parking Simulator is a Game Where You Park Trucks!

on July 14, 2013 3:03 PM

Lets file this under “weirdest game release for the week” shall we? The original Trucker had almost 5 million downloads stemming from the parking sim phenomenon that’s been on the rise in mobile gaming.

Just in case you weren’t sure what Trucker: Construction Parking Simulator is about, this is a game where you park various construction vehicles in designated spots. You’ll be scored on speed and positioning, you know, like a proper trucker!

Not sold on being a prince of parking? Take a look at the fact sheet provided from the guys from Aidem Media.

  • Bigger & Better: Two trucks, 96 levels, endless entertainment.
  • Construction Site: Brand new immersive and detailed 3D environment to explore.
  • Handle with Care: Each Truck drives and handles completely differently.
  • Time Attack: The quicker you park, the more points & stars you get!
  • Full Control: Choose your preferred controls – steering wheel, buttons or tilt control, all with adjustable sensitivity.
  • Changing View: Movable cameras for the perfect view of any obstacles in your way!
  • Young Truckers: An unlockable ‘Kids Mode’ – shorter trucks make for an easier drive!
  • Open Road: Free Drive mode for when you just want to motor around!
  • Top Trucker: Leaderboards and over 50 GameCenter achievements. Be the best!
  • iOS Optimisation: Trucker will run on anything from the iPad 1, to iPod Touch 4th Gen, even full iPhone 5 widescreen support.

I had no idea parking simulators were thing. I can imagine the quickly digestible nature of the game makes sense for people on the go. I personally suck at parking a four door sedan on a street none the less a trailer on a construction site.

Trucker: Construction Parking Simulator is now available on iOS.

 /  Staff Writer
Raised under the tutelage of Sonic the Hedgehog and the Gunstars. Jorge came from an age where protagonists never spoke and instruction manuals were over 50 pages long. When Jorge isn't writing about some obscure indie game, he spends his day talking about videogames regardless if anyone is listening or not. Jorge one day dreams of voicing a random npc your main character bumps into and punches in the face.