Bienvenido a Snuggle Truck, el premiado juego indie de conducción basado en la física. Salva tu carga de animales locos transportándola al zoo a salvo y en el menor tiempo posible. Inclina tu camión, recoge a los peludos, conduce sobre armadillos y ábrete paso por colinas, cavernas y desiertos.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 feb. 2012

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Now with Linux support! Also, you'll love and tolerate the fluff out of this FREE update to Snuggle Truck. Owlchemy Labs has harnessed full creative efforts, and is chomping at the bit to present Brony Mode. Inspired by the whimsical cult following of a popular pony posse, Brony Mode transforms all of the snuggles into adorable plush ponies. Rev up your truck and hold onto your horses as you transport eight new marshmallow sweet and oh-so-cute ponies in the over-the-top physics based game. Tilt your truck, catch baby dragons, and rocket your way with all of the magic and glitter you can muster to get those ponies to “da zoo” in over 20,000 levels!

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Bienvenido a Snuggle Truck, el galardonado juego de conducción indie basado en unas físicas exageradas. Salva a tu mercancía de disparatados animales entregándolos al zoo ilesos en el menor tiempo posible. Inclina tu camión, recoge a los confusos animales, conduce sobre armadillos y dispara misiles durante tu travesía a través de colinas, cavernas y desiertos. Realiza volteretas y conduce por curvas, terreno accidentado y obstáculos inesperados mientras tratas de no aplastar a los pobres animales.

Características Principales:

  • Absurda cantidad de contenido Más de 20.000 (sí, veinte mil) desafiantes y variados niveles incluidos, ¡muchos creados por la comunidad online!
  • Apasionante estilo de juego 'Una partida más' Juego de física fácil de aprender pero difícil de dominar. Acumula medallas por carreras completadas y reúne recompensas por diferentes estilos de juego
  • Dibujos renderizados a la perfección Pintado a mano por el mismísimo afamado artista de LucasArts Bil Tyler, conocido por su trabajo en Curse of Monkey Island
  • Editor de niveles Editor de niveles incorporado que te permite exhibir tu lado creativo. ¡Construye divertidos y disparatados niveles y compártelos con los demás!
  • Portal de Niveles online El fabuloso Portal de Niveles da a cada jugador acceso ilimitado a nuevo contenido gracias a los niveles creados por la comunidad
  • Clasificaciones y Logros Una gran cantidad de disparatados logros y múltiples tablas para comparar tus mejores tiempos con los de tus amigos.

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or later
    • Processor: 1 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512mb (1gb for Windows Vista or Windows 7)
    • Hard Disk Space: 100mb
    • Video Card: Video card with 64mb of memory
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c-compliant sound card
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: Intel Mac
    • Memory: 512mb
    • Hard Disk Space: 100mb
    • Video Card: Video card with 64mb of memory
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
    • Processor: 1 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512mb
    • Hard Disk Space: 100mb
    • Video Card: Video card with 64mb of memory
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
6.9 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de mayo
La definición de juego casual por excelencia, aunque su origen choca un poco con ello. Divertido pero extremadamente simple. Es un juego de estos para cagar. Snuggle Truck sólo podría mejorar si pudieras llevarte el PC al water.

No merece la pena ni siquiera comprarlo aposta en un pack, pero si te aparece por ejemplo de extra en un bundle junto con otros que sí quieres, pues no es mal recibido.

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A 9 de 18 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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5.8 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de noviembre de 2015
Snuggle Truck is a relatively fun casual deliver x stuffed animals in x time game. It has a nice amount of content, levels and an awesome editor meaning the community can make levels giving an unlimited amount of playable content. However, the game itself has too many minor errors making it not worth the hassle and here is why:


♦ Decent Graphics and Sounds (These are alright for what it is, they are not amazing but fit the game)
♦ Medal Concept is Great (Unlocking medals for completing x goal in a level is nice as it gives you something to do in the level and adds a nice amount of content to the level)
♦ Gameplay is fun and works with minimal glitches (Driving through the level and delivering x stuffed animals in x time just works. It is pretty fun if you are the type that likes to be number one on the leaderboards and must complete all level challenges. If you don’t like playing a game for leaderboards or completing challenges, then you probably won’t find this as fun as I did)
♦ Easy to 100% with Achievements (Has a nice number of easy Achievements which are mainly unlocked by just using features of the game and completing the game)
♦ Steam Trading Cards (This is always a bonus)
♦ Each level design is unique (This is nice as every level feels different and no two levels feel as though it is a repetitive copy of the last level)
♦ Decent level editor (Amazing level editor that allows anyone to create a level and upload for anyone to play. This is an awesome feature as it adds an potentially unlimited amount of levels and content to the game)
♦ Truck and Stuffed Animal skins are very detailed (Custom Skins are designed very well for what they are and add a nice little bonus to the game)
♦ Price is reasonable ($5 for a game is decent as if you look past all the cons you’ll get your $5 worth)


♦ No Steam Cloud Storage (I’ve had to restart this game 3 or 4 times for the sole fact of no Steam Cloud Storage and me always losing my save file. You could say I should’ve backed up the savefile, but there is no easy way to tell which games you own have SCS. Therefore, as the game progresses by completing one level to unlock the next, SCS would be relatively beneficial. Plus, If a game is on Steam and doesn’t make use of this free feature, then in my opinion it shouldn’t be on Steam)
♦ Method to activate custom skins is annoying (Firstly to be able to even use them you have to go and enable them in a “+more” menu. The “+more+ menu doesn’t lead on to what it is until you click it which is annoying as I had no idea what It was until I clicked it. Though, once you’ve enabled all the custom skins, you have to then get into a level and click the truck until your truck has the skin you want. This concept would be fine if it didn’t mean you had to waste a play through just to enable a skin. The skin should be able to be enabled and selected from within the “+more” menu)
♦ Lacks Steam Workshop (This is bad as the game makes you upload to their servers and for some reason created levels don’t always stay. I say this as I created a level a while ago and started playing Snuggle Truck again only to find my level deleted. Plus, custom levels not moderated properly as the only way is by a star rating which doesn’t explain much. With Steam Workshop levels would be moderated by the community via ratings and comments etc and would be more likely to stay in the game)
♦ Has DLC activated automatically (This is a weird concept as the game calls certain features DLC but you can’t actually buy any DLC for the game. This confuses me as to why it’s even called DLC)
♦ Custom level highscores don't load and you have to quit the game to continue playing (When you click the highscores in Custom levels made by users, it just shows a spinning loading circle and does nothing else. You can’t close out of the spinning loading circle, meaning you have to close the game and re-open it if you want to continue playing)
♦ No way to delete a Downloaded Custom Level (This is annoying as I stated not all levels are moderated. Therefore, if you download a bad level there is no way to easily delete it within the game. This is annoying as it fills your list of custom levels with a lot of potentially unwanted ones making it hard to find the ones that you actually enjoyed and work)
♦ Has impossible times in highscores rendering them broken (Highscores just work, however some scores are obviously impossible and hacked in some way. There needs to be some sort of moderation of highscores or a global reset to make number one even achievable)
♦ Pressing escape to go back to the main menu at times loses the mouse cursor making the menu unusable (This is annoying as not being able to use the mouse on a menu means you can’t actually select anything. This ultimately means you have to close the game and re-open it to continue playing)
♦ Alt+Tab brings up a pause menu that doesn’t act properly (When you press Alt+Tab and return to the game it brings up a pause menu, which is nice ingame but out of game on the menu it still comes up and trying to return to the game or close this menu doesn’t function properly)
♦ Makes use of Steam Global Leaderboards via Steam Stats but they don’t function (This is a nice feature to have, but for whatever reason there are no entries in these leaderboards and one of the level entries is “Test” which shouldn’t be the case)

Overall, even though gameplay seemingly works and is fun, the game is cheap and has a decent amount of content, I can’t recommend this game. I can’t recommend it because there are too many minor errors within features of the game that should have been eliminated in early beta stages. Plus, having no cloud storage is a big factor for me not to recommend a game like this.
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A 3 de 4 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.7 h registradas
Publicado el 11 de marzo de 2015
Lo confieso: he jugado 9 minutos. Pero me he pasado todas las fases básicas y un par de las intermedias en ese tiempo y, sinceramente, no pienso perder más tiempo con este juego.

Este juego no tiene nada de nada. Incluso como juego de móvil he visto cosas mucho mejores. Incluso como juego de móvil antiguo (porque los móviles ahora son una pasada, todo hay que decirlo). Vamos, que me he enganchado más al snake que a esto.

Aceleras con una tecla, frenas con al otra, controlas el ángulo con otras dos. Y un botón para usar los turbo y similares. Evita que se te caigan los muñecos de la camioneta. Ya está.

Gráficos tipo recorte de cartón, sin animaciones que destacar, para ahorrar desarrollo intentando colarlo por un diseño casual. Música machacona de juego infantil. Sonidos básicos.

Como juego en Flash igual tiene un pase pero en una biblioteca de Steam, aunque venga en un Bundle (es que si pagas 4 euros por esto deberías mirártelo), no aporta absolutamente nada.

Lo que me ha dejado flipado es la cantidad de gente que hay detrás de este proyecto. Vale con un montón de ellos son diseñadores de niveles pero ¿tanta gente? ¿para este juego? ¿para diseñar estos mapas? ¿Cada uno ponía una piedra y un cactus? No sé... ojiplatico me han dejado.

Hala, a la carpeta 'Basura' sin piedad alguna.
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.1 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de noviembre de 2013
GOTY. NI GTA V NI POLLAS, SNUGGLE TRUCK ES AMAZING. Increible, junta 2 cosas increibles como un coche y conejos de peluche mazo increíbles y te transporta por una increíble aventura en 2D que es más épica que el increíble Skyrim. Refleja perfectamente el increíble sufrimiento de los conejos con una increíble banda sonora basada en un TIRI TIRI TIRI TIIIRIRIIII que te dará sida de forma instantánea.

Ahora en serio, conseguí el juego gratis y es bazofia. Es un juego de móvil que juegas con el teclado, solo se salva que tiene unos gráficos medianamente guays que solo puedes disfrutar estando hasta las cejas de LSD caducado. Si vas a pagar 3€ por este juego, aparte de merecer un golpe de remo, eres GILIPOLLAS. Con todo mi cariño y respeto a la desarrolladora.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
6.5 h registradas
Publicado el 30 de diciembre de 2013
La gente dice que el mejor es el EuroTruck Simulator 2. La gente que lo dice no ha jugado a este.
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