¡Tu sueño americano empieza al volante de tu propio tráiler!¡Las carreteras de Norteamérica te aguardan! ¡Ya no trabajas para nadie! Eres el dueño de un negocio de camiones y tú dices como se hacen las cosas. Construye tu imperio camión a camión para dominar las carreteras y superar a la competencia. ¿Puedes soportar la presión?
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Variados (255 análisis) - El 68% de los 255 análisis de los usuarios sobre este juego son positivos.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 dic. 2007

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Incluye 9 artículos: 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


Acerca de este juego

¡Tu sueño americano empieza al volante de tu propio tráiler!
¡Las carreteras de Norteamérica te aguardan! ¡Ya no trabajas para nadie! Eres el dueño de un negocio de camiones y tú dices como se
hacen las cosas. Construye tu imperio camión a camión para dominar las carreteras y superar a la competencia. ¿Puedes soportar la presión? Tu
Sueño Americano empieza tras la rueda de tu propio tráiler.
  • Ofertas - Que gane el mejor. ¿Tomas aquello por lo que la compañía está ofreciéndote para un trabajo o sigues adelante y
    pierdes un tiempo valioso? Recuerda - ¡Los beneficios son los que mandan!
  • Transporta - Quema ruedas con más de 45 tipos of cargamentos–incluídos ganado, productos químicos, y casas
    móviles–cruza el país para ganar dinero a lo grande.
  • Maneja - ¡Estas bestias no se conducen solas! Ve marcha atrás a las zonas de carga, administra el combustible y mantén
    tus camiones en perfectas condiciones.
  • Domina - Muévete mejor y más rápido que la competencia. ¡Sube tu reputación de costa a costa mientras transportas
    mercancías a lo largo de 48 estados, Canadá y Méjico!
  • Crece- Construye tu negocio y añade trailers a tu flota. Dirige hasta 37 máquinas gigantescas y camiones.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista
    • Procesador: Pentium® 4 a 1.4 GHz o 100% compatible
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Aceleradora AGP con 64 MB y compatible con DirectX® 9 y T&L
    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX 9.0c o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 540 MB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo de sonido compatible con DirectX
    • Entrada: Teclado y ratón
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
3.5 h registradas
Publicado el 8 de febrero
If, like me, you are too impatient to wait for American Truck Simulator to be finished then this game is the best when it comes to driving trucks across the United States from coast to coast.

It is by no means a perfect game but it is one of the best in the 18 Wheels of Steel series. The series includes seven games, but only three of them are on Steam. Most fans prefer the previous "18 Wheels of Steel: Haulin'", but I think that's only because the modding community was more active for that one. Unless you absolutely need replicas of popular trucks then I think it's okay to do without them. Other than that, both games are nearly identical to each other. The only major difference is that American Long Haul has more cities to explore. Not only is the mainland United States traversible (not Hawaii and Alaska), but you can also visit parts of Canada and Mexico. I think that alone makes American Long Haul worth playing over any other trucking simulator.

Like I said, the map is huge; covers all of the country with most major cities being represented. The ony downside to this is that there is no route advisor. A world map and a mini-map on the screen are the only tools that can help you get get around. It's kind of annoying at first having to go back and forth to the map to familiarize yourself with the roads. But then I started liking the challenge because it reminds me of the old days before GPS was available and drivers actually had to use road maps.

One thing I really like about this game and which I think is sorely needed today is the CB radio feature. During your travels you can hear other drivers on the radio asking for weather and traffic reports and you can actually respond to them with a response menu by pressing the "v" key. It doesn't appear to do anything at first except give you a warm feeling inside, but apparently it helps your reputation grow and opens up more drivers for hire later on.

There's no option for using internet radio like you can in other SCS games, but you can import your own music. In that case you must convert your MP3s to the OGG format and there are websites you can use for doing that without downloading anything. I imported a few radio stations from GTA and they sound very nice and natural in this game.

My biggest gripe would have to be the steering. There is a mod somewhere that lets you steer with a mouse, but I prefer using a keyboard for steering. It works for me in other driving games, and until I actually buy a steering wheel that is what I'm going to use. Unfortunately, in this game, the wheel auto-centers itself too quickly so you're having to constantly jam on the "a" and "d" keys when making a sharp turn. It's not a total inconvenience, but it takes some time to get used to. If it bothers you that much then I would suggest a controller.

Hard to believe that SCS made this game so many years ago and there's actually more ground to cover than in any of their recent games. American Truck Simulator was released with only two states and Euro Truck Simulator 2 is being finished by modders. But they have stuck with the same formula over the years and, aside from graphics, their games have remained the same.

American Long Haul is not much different from ETS 2 or American Truck Simulator. You're still a truck driver managing your own company; you take jobs and deliver loads; you hire drivers to work for you; when you get tired you pull off the side of the road and sleep; when you need gas you go to the filling station; police give you a hard time; and when you get money you can buy more trucks. And really, what else do you need? Why not just skip the DLC fest and play this game instead?
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A 7 de 7 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
26.7 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de noviembre de 2015
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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A 7 de 9 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
249.8 h registradas
Publicado el 22 de diciembre de 2015
This game is great for people who love simulators and driving semi trucks.
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A 3 de 4 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.1 h registradas
Publicado el 16 de enero
Good open world truck driving game. Also, nice on the only SCS Software game with snow effects which is not modded and lots of roads and HQs out there plus trucks and even trailers you can own. Drivers can be hired via hotels as long your rating is good enough.
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A 10 de 12 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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114.7 h registradas
Publicado el 4 de julio de 2015
Pues interesante juego este de conducir camiones y hacer de chico de los recados moviendo cosas por todo estados unidos, la verdad es que para el tamaño que ocupa en el disco duro me a sorprendido bastante, graficamente no es que sea un bombazo, pero esta bien definido, los sonidos del trafico y entorno son correctos, la jugabilidad es bastante lineal, pero es un juego bastante relajante y asi se desconecta uno de los mata mata tipicos del mercado.

El juego no esta traducido al español, pero se le puede poner un mod para ello echo por la comunidad, contar que en el juego debes comportarte como en la vida real, debes hacer paradas para el control de peso, dormir, repostar, etc..., aviso que la IA te pondra una multa por cada imprudencia que cometas, ya sea de no llevar luces por la noche, de exceder pesos, de saltarte un semaforo, o incluso de producir accidentes.

Si lo que quereis es desconectar de lo tipico y perderos haciendo rutas de transporte, este juego os gustara, mi puntuacion para el mismo es de un 9/10 y lo recomiendo.
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