Seu Sonho Americano Começa Atrás do Volante de seu Caminhão! As estradas da América do Norte esperam por você! Você não está trabalhando mais para o Homem! Você é o dono de seu próprio negócio de caminhões e você quem dita as regras. Construa seu império, um caminhão de cada vez, para dominar as estradas e acabar com a concorrência.
Análises de usuários: Neutras (219 análises) - 68% das 219 análises de usuários deste jogo são positivas.
Data de lançamento: 3/dez/2007

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Inclui 9 itens: 18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul, 18 Wheels of Steel: Extreme Trucker, Hunting Unlimited 2010, Hunting Unlimited™ 2008, Midnight Outlaw: 6 Hours to SunUp, Prison Tycoon 3™: Lockdown, Prison Tycoon 4: SuperMax, Ride! Carnival Tycoon, Sprint Cars Road to Knoxville


Sobre este jogo

Seu Sonho Americano Começa Atrás do Volante de seu Caminhão!
As estradas da América do Norte esperam por você! Você não está trabalhando mais para o Homem! Você é o dono de seu próprio negócio de caminhões e você quem dita as regras. Construa seu império, um caminhão de cada vez, para dominar as estradas e acabar com a concorrência. Você consegue lidar com a pressão? Seu Sonho Americano Começa Atrás do Volante de seu Caminhão!
  • Propostas - Que vença o melhor homem. Você aceita o que a empresa está te oferecendo para trabalho ou vai embora e perde seu tempo valioso? Lembre-se - Lucro é tudo!
  • Trajetos - Comece atrás do volante transportando mais de 45 tipos de carga, incluindo animais, produtos químicos e móveis para ganhar grandes quantidades de dinheiro.
  • Manipule - Essas feras não funcionam sozinhas! Volte para carregar docas, controle o nível de combustível e mantenha seus caminhões em condição impecável.
  • Domine - Entrege de um jeito melhor e mais rápido que sua concorrência. Faça sua reputação ser conhecida de costa a costa, através dos 48 estados, Canadá e agora no México!
  • Cresça - Faça seu trabalho e adicione caminhões a sua frota. Tenha até 37 super máquinas e trailers.

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
    • Processor: Pentium® 4 1.4 GHz or 100% compatible
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64 MB AGP DirectX® 9 and T&L compatible video accelerator card
    • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c or later
    • Hard Drive: 540MB hard drive space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    • Input: Keyboard and mouse
Análises úteis de usuários
32 de 40 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
2 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
1.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 12 de julho
18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul is a Trucking Simulator. You start off with a truck, which you will use to pick up and drop off delivery jobs you choose to accept. From refueling your rig, to stopping at weigh stations and getting some sleep, 18 Wheels of Steel is a pretty decent sim. Even on Easy mode, you need to be careful of how you drive and make sure to obey traffic laws, such as turn signals and stop lights. I started playing it thinking I would put in the bare minimum just to get a taste for the game so I could write about it, but found it to be mildly addictive. I have yet to complete my first haul, but I am confident I will get there soon.

18 Wheels of Steel does not have a playable tutorial, so you will learn on the fly. From what I understand of the game, the rigs you drive are based on real life trucks, so there is an element of realism the makers have brought into the game to give you an immersive experience. There are dozens of cities across North America, each with their own unique layout, making some of the deliveries an interesting challenge. All in all I thought it was a pretty fun game. If you like Simulators, this isn't a bad one.
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15 de 17 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
102.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 3 de julho
The 18 Wheels of Steel series has come a long way since its humble beginnings back in 2002. Tagged as Hard Truck: 18 Wheels of Steel (which was a sequel to Hard Truck 2: King of the Road), it was the first that used the Wheels of Steel tag name as the game play differs completely from racing trucks delivering goods. Since then, there were another four instalments where, besides the graphical enhancements, many changes were made like Mexico being left out then arrived back, sleep timer comes and goes and so on. It seems that every game after the first, developers ValuSoft couldn’t make up their minds what to leave out or to use. Well, the sixth game in the series, 18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul, it seems ValuSoft finally made up their minds and just chuck everything in from all the previous series thus making this game the ‘final copy’. And it certainly shows as this simulator will be the closest you ever get other than driving the real thing.

So my real purpose for playing this game is for the love of driving. America / Canada and bits of Mexico has a diverse range of landscapes to discover and thankfully, the game’s visual aspects is quite decent. Nothing ground breaking however still pleasant to look at. In addition to the pretty decent physics, you have a good feel driving around with a massive haul trailing behind. For instance, delivering glass was pretty easy going however when I delivered those oversize tubes through the Rocky Mountains (i.e. from Calgary to Vancouver), with snow smashing on my windscreen, it got my adrenaline running as I need to be very careful dodging traffic as well as ensuring my truck doesn’t tip over. And because you can play your own music using the truck’s radio player, it’s a great experience to have (yet the music needs to be on .ogg format).

So whilst the game’s intent is to build an empire, I felt it failed in that respect as there’s no competition at all. You can sit back, relax and listen to your radio channel whilst having the cash rolling in. Granted, the beginning is quite rough as you need to do some real repetitive jobs (X – Beyond the Frontier anyone?) however once you have the money to buy another truck, trailer and hire additional helpers, the game’s difficulty level gets a lot easier. However, if you, like me, like to drive the open world and seeing vast landscapes, you will enjoy this game as America is a pretty country to see. With its majestic mountain ranges, endless deserts, Great Plains and of course, bustling cities, developers Valusoft chose the correct country to display all of this. However, because it also plays on as a business simulation, it missed the mark.

Full review:

8 / 10
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6 de 7 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
5.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 26 de setembro
This game runs perfectly on Windows 10 still. The fact is, it's an old game from SCS published around 2007 as one of 18 Wheels of Steel series. SCS is also the author of the overwhelmingly postive Euro Track Simulator 2. Theme of this game is logistics, you buy a tow track, transporting stuffs like evacuator, to destination anywhere you want from job list.

However since this game is pretty old, it has poor sorta suck 3D support IMO (Prism3d engine? Not even heard of that), plus AI is dull to hell. When you meet cops, just cut out the engine and wait there. After a while you can continue, or just save & reload (a little bit tricky). I coulnd't find anywhere like this amidst countries I've been to.

A simulator of real life circumstances/experience should provide acceptable graphics for targets at least, but this game is not that case. If you enjoy truck driving, buy it without regret but don't expect too much. It can't offer you endlessly fun in game, but only driving, what, you mean you want to enjoy the landscape? You will feel sorry about that again. For kids in new era, don't expect them whiling hours in 18WOS ALH.

I suggest you all buying ETS2 since it has massive imporvements of graphics, less bugs like falling from ground or suddenly out of screen, and more intelligent elements regarding AI, and so on. If you insist on buying this for whatever reason, do it during sales.
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5 de 8 pessoas (63%) acharam esta análise útil
2 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
3.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de julho
Although i really enjoy this game. I do think that PTTM still remains the best in the series. The reason for that is the fact that after spending around an hour of work getting to my destination, the game decides the fustrate me by greeting me with a Prism3D.exe error, Half an hour later, it happens again, i reinstalled the game and it continued to crash. This causes the game to quit to the desktop at any random given time. This is very fustrating of course. That's 1 hour of my life i will never get back. However, other than the frequent crashes and the poor draw distance, This game is very good, the game has lots of potential and i think it could be improved. So right now i can't reccomend this game untill it gets fixed. Happy (Sort of) Trucking!
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
21.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 6 de novembro
I don't have much to say about this game, other than that its systems are very good - starting off may be a little hard but after 4-6 jobs you start hiring more workers and get more experienced - buying new cabs for you and your workers and new trailers for your company, doing contracts, etc. The scenery isn't the best but the game is old. The time it takes to get somewhere my be a little long, but it isn't anything too long. Some people say it is the exact distance in real life - but I am not sure to this rumor. Driving may be boring sometimes, but somehow you get over it for either unexplainable reasons, or watching the scenery and cars, or talking to yourself, or you look at your map, or just stopping at rest stops and seeing civilization can get over that boringness... Somehow...

One thing I partly dislike about the game, is traffic. Yeah, the traffic is low and you can get somewhere quickly, but I don't enjoy how there are not too much medium or high traffic occasions - Sometimes, the cars infront slow down to a speed causing all the cars to slow down aswell, slowing down the whole process for a while until the front cars speed up. I think how long you stay in the traffic and when/how it happens is just fine, I am just kind of mad at acctidents:

Very rarley does an acctident happen, and when it does, all traffic is held up because of the cars in the acctident turning on their blinkers, not letting any cars or trucks pass them. This goes on and on and on and probably never ends, just sitting there, I've never had the patience to wait. To resolve this issue you have to advance time so all the cars would disappear... I just dislike how nothing happens. I see ambulances, fire trucks and police cruisers around the city and interstates. If there is a crash, I would have liked to notify truckers, which might (somehow) notify emergency services, and they may come responding to resolve the issue.

But don't get your hopes up for any updates, SCS Software is NOT coming back to a game this old. With all the Euro Truck Simulator, Extreme Trucker, and the all new American Truck Simulator (as of this writing it is very new), there is no point coming back to this game.

Overall, the game deserves an 8/10 for its organzation, system on building up your trucking empire and other aspects I may or may not have mentioned. For more information about the game or other games made by the company - visit SCS Software Forums.

I also forgot to tell you that you should be saving at least every in game day or every 30 real life minutes due to a "Prism3D.exe" error. Basically - after playing around 30 minutes - 1 hour, the game crashes showing a file saying "Prism3D.exe" error. I have seen negative reviews just because of this problem. I warn you to keep saving or you might just not like the game because of one technical error.
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