Towing Simulator

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Third party DRM: Securom

Playfire Client required to download and play.


All-too often a great deal of annoyance arises due to illegally parked cars that block driveways, escape routes or public squares. You are the owner of a large, very unpopular parking area and an armada of breakdown trucks for large as well as small vehicles. With this kind of work you can make good money, because car owners have to pay a pretty penny to redeem their car. So it's high time to get on the gravy train. But watch out - you have to drive the tow truck yourself and in narrow streets car body damage happens too easily. Such incidents are not only annoying but also expensive. Only those who get their job done quickly and accident-free can expand their business.

A special 3D graphics engine enables a clear and realistic presentation of all events. Step by step, you gain experience and therefore you constantly receive more profitable orders that require your full attention and skills.

A level is considered to be solved if, within the given time, the specific tasks have been fulfilled. But watch out, other events always affect the current game run. Throughout the game’s run you receive new tools, machines and experience points. In addition to the linear career mode, the levels which have been accomplished before can be selected individually and high scores for this certain levels can be stored. Thus, on the hunt for high scores the game can be played with friends too.

Customer reviews


Surprisingly fun

rascallion | June 19, 2011 | See all rascallion's reviews »

When I saw this game in Computer Exchange, I thought it looked particularly interesting, so I decided to give it a spin. Although the game doesn't look very exciting, it's hard to play and even harder to master. You play a towing truck; simple enough concept. The gameplay is very fun as you play from a birds eye view driving the truck around and towing people away. For some reason it gives me a strange sense of satisfaction. Very fun nonetheless, and worth the £15.