Woodcutter Simulator

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Third party DRM: Securom

Playfire Client required to download and play.


The player assumes the role of a timber worker who slowly works his way up from small to huge orders, where he even has to fell mammoth trees. You receive orders for the safe removal of trees in gardens or parks, the preparation of building sites and the production of firebreaks. In addition to the tree felling you have to take care of the processing, such as debarking or sawing as well as the wood transport to the processing facilities.

  • Detailed scenery in 3D graphics
  • Intriguing, ongoing story
  • Weather effects, day / night shift
  • Various tasks
  • Long lasting fun factor
  • Free choice of the level, once you have accomplished all tasks
  • Extensive background information
  • Intuitive control via keyboard and mouse Info

Customer reviews


Why Was This Game Made Again?

TheKnightOfNi | Feb. 2, 2013 | See all TheKnightOfNi's reviews »

This is one of the strangest games that I have ever played, you start off on a woodcutting plant (is there a special name for them?) next to a plethora of strange farming equipment that I'm sure nobody had any clue what to do with it. You then set off into the woods to, you guessed it, cut trees. The game is repetitive, boring, graphically unstable (a stunning show of glitches occurred every time I played the game), and worst of all a waste of your ten dollars. Graphics: They are muddled, tending to make the world look like someone turned your camera out of focus Gameplay: Monotonous, boring, and absolutely pointless (remind me why this game was made) Controls: They work, I believe that they follow in the same vein of other simulator games, more specifically the "Farming Simulator" games Overall, the game is a waste of time and money. The only real value is being able to tell your friends that you have it.


I'm not so sure...

rascallion | May 16, 2011 | See all rascallion's reviews »

This is quite an odd and different game, but not necessarily in a bad way. Inititally, after you've got to grips with the controls and interface, and how the game generally works, you start to find the game quite fun. Although easy, this is a good idea and one that I have never seen in a game before. You basically cut wood with lots of different machines, and although this concept sounds odd, I'd give it a go as it really can be quite fun at times. Later in the game however, it turns monotonous, but showing this to friends is quite fun. Worth having.