New PC simulation game release: German Truck Simulator

Prague, Czech Republic - January 15, 2010 - SCS Software is happy to announce the availability of digitally distributed edition of their newest truck simulation game German Truck Simulator. The German-language CD edition of the game has been released to retail stores in Germany this week, and now fans of truck simulations can experience a trucker's life in English language version of the game.

German Truck Simulator is a major step forward in truck simulation games, with improved graphics, truck handling, traffic AI as well as business planning features.

Get behind the wheel of trucks inspired by real designs from 7 major European truck manufacturers, including official license from MAN.

Deliver cargo between 18 major German cities connected by major highways. Pick from over 60 different loads.

Start your career as an employee of a cargo transportation company, work hard to be able to buy our own truck and start your own business.

Purchase garages and setup branch offices across Germany to accommodate your growing truck fleet. Upgrade your trucks and keep them in top conditions for maximum efficiency.

A demo of German Truck Simulator can be downloaded from the official game website:

http://www.germantrucksimulator.com

The game requires a PC compatible and DirectX 9 capable 256MB graphics card, with Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7, DirectX 9, 2.2 GHz CPU, and 1 GB of system memory.

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About SCS Software: Since 1999, SCS Software has been developing and marketing PC games for Windows users, specializing in realistic vehicle simulations.

Direct download link:

http://download.germantrucksimulator.com/gts_setup_1_01.exe


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