让我们进入下一轮吧!体验用全新的OMSI2来体验公车模拟,从Spandau开始你的发现旅程。OMSI 2 是众所周知且备受赞誉的OMSI公车模拟软件的下一代产品。OMSI 2不仅提供了OMSI一代所具有的线路和公交车,而且还增加了许多令人激动的新功能。在 OMSI 2中你可以驾驶在OMSI有史以来的第一辆铰接式客车, MAN NG272。探索从Ruhleben地铁站到Spandau精神病院总距离12公里的5号公交车线路。.
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6月21日

„Windy City“ welcomes fans of simulation

The long-awaited Add-On “Chicago Downtown” for OMSI 2 is now available and it comes around with lots of new features and improvements! Allow yourself to feel like a bus driver on the lines 124 and 130 and transport your passengers in more than 20 miles of road network safely to their destinations. However, the developers didn’t focus at bus and street details only. There are numerous sights in the third largest city of the U.S., which you can see in the game too. But all of this faithful environment should be treated with concentration, because your reactivity could be in demand otherwise, at any time!

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6月17日

OMSI 2.2.021 – Update

The Developer team has worked on some substantial improvements: Now passengers sitting in a vehicle part that has no exits now properly leave their section and move to another one and the bug, that reduced the calculated special vehicle density many times over, has been fixed. Furthermore the probability of special vehicles (fire department, transporters) on Spandau has been reduced to 20% of the previous value.

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让我们进入下一轮吧!体验用全新的OMSI2来体验公车模拟,从Spandau开始你的发现旅程。OMSI 2 是众所周知且备受赞誉的OMSI公车模拟软件的下一代产品。OMSI 2不仅提供了OMSI一代所具有的线路和公交车,而且还增加了许多令人激动的新功能。在 OMSI 2中你可以驾驶在OMSI有史以来的第一辆铰接式客车, MAN NG272。探索从Ruhleben地铁站到Spandau精神病院总距离12公里的5号公交车线路。.

利用新增加的年表功能你不仅能够去到1986年的Spandau,而且还能够重温Spandau在1986-1994年间的全部变化。享受下80年代和90年代的魅力,并看看柏林墙倒塌以后的时期是怎么样的。这一切你都可以作为双层或者铰接式公交车司机来经历。

OMSI 2的新功能:


  • 铰接式公交车有着对链接运动学和相应的声音与系统的确切物理化和图形化结合。 (折弯保护).
  • 该 MAN NL202 以及SD200和SD202类型一样,都进行了加工和增加了模型。 (制造年份,紧急开门装置,连接板,依据车号变化的音效)。
  • 该 Spandauer Omnibus 5号线覆盖从Ruhleben地铁站到Spandau 精神科门诊总共12公里行车路线,数量众多的新型建筑物,紧凑的行车时间表和众多终点站的紧张5分钟行程以及多样化和持久的驾驶乐趣。
  • 复制了原本的时间表及 Omnibus5 号线和92号线的旅游规划。
  • 年表功能:体验从1986至1994年间Spandau的变化吧! OMSI 2现在也可以呈现给您德国统一以后的那些激动人心的年月以及所有的改革和路线扩展 (开往Falkensee的137号线)。 该功能还允许临时更改地图或者路线,如通过建筑工地或者专用通道等。
  • 扩展和改善了人工智能交通 (更好地行驶和转向,铁路和地铁交通)。
  • 包括不同故障的系统损伤模型需要时间来修复。
  • OMSI 2 支持世界坐标系统,它可以导入一个DEM(数字高程模型) 。(你甚至还可以自己编写一个DLL).
  • 在Spandau地图上动画展示实际海拔高度变化。
  • 新的脚本功能,如,全矩阵视图,增加访问系统变量。
  • 新的编辑器功能: 航空影响的自动导入, 地形适应道路,改善了花键连接算法,物体围绕所有轴旋转。交叉路口可以很容易地配备各个海拔高度。
  • 地图加载内存优化,允许加载相当大的地图。

其他的功能:


  • 经典版本的MAN双层巴士SD200和SD202。
  • 真实的街道交通以及细致的景观。
  • 真实及可控的天气和季节效果。
  • 逼真的日间/夜间效果。
  • 许多动画及动画化物体
  • 功能齐全的IBIS(集成车载信息系统)
  • 四种不同视角: 驾驶员视角,乘客视角,外观视角或者自由视角。
  • 便于操作,基于地图的路线编辑器。
  • 兼容TrackIR5

系统需求

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce or comparable AMD with minimum 512 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Dual core processor with 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce or comparable AMD with 1024 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
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发布于:4月6日
这完全一款模拟核心向的游戏...优化不好画面也不好...这款游戏玩的就是开BUS...
从OMSI一代开始玩的,说实话2代基本没撒提升...也就多了些官方车辆和地图...
他没有ETS2那种任务庞大的地图...而且默认的地图就那么一点...
所以需要自己去论坛搜索地图和车辆安装...
推荐中文论坛:bbs.18wos.org ,国外更有很多相关论坛,比如:http://omnibussimulator.de/forum/index.php
由于地图景物曲线跟地图是分离的,所以下载完作者提供的地图包和景物包后可能还会有点欠缺,这就需要自己去找了...总的来说安装会有点复杂,而且中文系统容易碰到德语俄语字母乱码的问题...都需要自己研究修改...
我是在21刀的时候入的...D版玩了这么久怎么也要入个正来支持下作者...
P.S.:对不是非常喜欢开公交车,并懒得去研究去下载模组的人来说,以及这从来没下过21刀的价格来说还是不推荐入手...
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Yes, it will crash and freeze on occasion. Yes, it is difficult to master at first and will take time to figure out. Yes, you have to read the manual and instalation of addons can be a pain.

But still, there is absolutely NOTHING like it. It is hands down the best transport sim there is - most detailed, most realistic representation of driving a public transport vehicle, period. I own them all - and nothing else comes close.

The busses (the included ones and most 3rd party addons too) are infinitely detailed, with nearly all functions working and represented. Deep scripting allows for modders and 3rd party developers to represent nearly any of a bus' systems faithfully; and basic scripting it is not difficult to understand, so if you don't like something - you can put the time in and change it. The sounds are superb, best and most detailed of any sim. There is interaction with the passengers, they're not just props. There is an infinite ammount of freeware addons (I don't remember when I last played the default map or one of the default busses), some of which are not only as good as payware addons - many they surpass the payware addons. There are huge maps with 20 different routes and small maps with one or two routes. There are city maps and interurban maps. Busy maps and quiet, pastoral maps. And most of the maps coming out nowdays are detailed and pretty.

Of course, OMSI is also deeply flawed. You have to take that into account, especially if you're used to sims and games built by large companies with teams of developers. It has all the classic limitations of a game built in the living room by two passionate guys - a crappy engine (performance can suffer on large maps even on the best of systems), occasional crashes and errors, underdevelopment in many areas (the AI of cars can be infuriating, they are dumb as hell and never leave their paths, which can create gridlock sometimes). But the core of the simulation is so good that you get used to the flaws and learn to work around them. And yes, it is worth it.

Never had there been a sim on which I've logged so many hours. Big thumbs up.
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发布于:5月27日
OMSI 2 is not without it's faults, but overall is a really in-depth and high quality bus simulator. It is a game crafted with love and attention to detail, unlike certain other simulators.. *cough* Train Simulator.

So what's so good about OMSI?

+ The buses are very high quality, and almost every button in the cab works. Every little function in the bus actually works. Even the driver window slides! The bus sounds are top notch, and this game has one of the best sound engines I've ever heard.
+ The game simulates passengers, and it does it very well. The passengers evaluate your bus driving, and will moan at you if the bus is too cold or too warm or you attempt to short change them. They will want to get off your bus if your driving is not up to scratch!
+ The game fully simulates a 24 hour clock, and various types of weathers such as rain, snow, fog, etc. You will notice less cars and passengers at night, and lots more at rush hours.
+ OMSI has a huge modding scene, which means you can download tons of new maps and buses for free. There's always more to do, and you don't have to fork out £24.99 cause you want some different scenery.
+ Timetables are fully simulated, and AI buses follow them just like you. You can even take over an AI bus if you wish.
+ The included Berlin map clearly had a lot of detail put into it. Compare it on Street view or compare images and the similarities become obvious right away.
+ The game is supported with Official DLC's which are of great quality.
+ The game has full steering wheel support which is really great if you have one.

Okay, so what about the negatives?

- The game WILL micro-freeze and suffer from framerate issues. If you are really really sensitive to issues like this, I would not recommend it. If like me you are willing to look past these issues, you will be fine. It doesn't prevent me from enjoying the game.
- There are various bugs here and there such as the AI hitting you sometimes, passengers noclipping through bus stop shelters, etc.
- The graphics are by no means amazing and they could be better, but I do think they do the job.
- The game can be intimidating at first and the tutorials really are quite useless, don't bother with them.
- The settings can be hard to configure, and aren't as simple Low, Medium and High. This can also be seen as a good thing as you can customise them best to your system.
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There’s something oddly wonderful about a game trying to recreate niche, and bizarre parts of history. None more than OMSI, a game which sets out to lovingly recreate buses/routes in Berlin. Not just Berlin, but more specifically the Spandau district from 1980’s – 1990’s, a very peculiar, and to most of us obscure part of history. But does it succeed?
Let’s make one thing clear, this is not ETS2. It’s not lavished with game style game play mechanics about levelling up your character, running your company, and customizing your vehicles. Nor is it all that user friendly, or really all that approachable. This is a hardcore simulation, with hardcore simulation style lack of game play. The premise is as simple as coul be, choose a bus. Choose a route. Drive..

Gameplay
The buses are very nicely recreated, with a full array of working features on the dashboard, from the usual wipers, lights, adjustable suspension (on the more modern buses) and fully functioning computers, and ticket machines. Although unless you speak German, good luck getting your head around those. Thankfully, you can set your bus up using the rather basic, but functional in game UI.

The game does have a rather steep learning curve, while it does have tutorials these are next to useless, so your pretty much on your own. Getting in to a position where you can pick up your first passengers, is rather more than just selecting a job, and pressing E to start your engine, and putting the bus in to gear and driving. Every button on the dashboard does something some of these things are more useful than others.

If your patience lasts long enough to get your head around the rather steep learning curve, you’ll quickly find the game is actually quite enjoyable in a mundane, driving a city bus kind of way. Driving your assigned route, you’ll of course be stopping at bus stops, picking up rather badly animated but very amusing robotic passengers, selling them tickets, and all the usual things expected from a bus driver. The simulation of this goes quite deep, even down to them complaining, if the bus is cold.

The actual driving of the bus feels very nice, and really the developers have managed to create the feeling of driving a very large, cumbersome heavy vehicle, turns will be taken slowly, and much care has to be taken when weaving in and out of parked cars, and other obstacles scattered around the lovingly created depiction of Berlin. Upon hitting something, the passengers, which by now you have become belligerent towards, will swear, and shout at you in German demanding to get off.

Sound:
The sound is absolutely spectacular, and a real master class in how the sound should be in these types of games, it’s incredibly atmospheric, and really transported me back to the 80s/90s as a kid travelling to school on those old double decker buses. From the whine of knackered old diesel engine, to the wind blowing in to the slightly open window, the bus rattling and banging as it chugs down the road. Its absolutely superb, and other developers of simulators should certainly take note.

Physics:
As said already, the basic driving physics are excellent, however the other world physics, are more hilarious than anything else. With vehicles catapulting about in an accident, or humping the ground, people being swallowed by the floor. It all makes for some highly amusing, if immersion breaking moments.

Control devices:
It’s a given that a game like this is best played with a wheel, rather than state the obvious, I think its best to discuss other control devices, not everyone owns a wheel.

Controller:
The mainstay of driving games, for those without a wheel at least. Unfortunately, using a controller is next to impossible. The over sensitivity of the Xbox 360 controller is not accounted for at all, no dead zones are added or able to be added. The stick simply functions as a wheel, which makes controlling the bus immensely sensitive, and next to impossible. Don’t even bother.

Keyboard:
While the keyboard is completely indispensable, with the massive array of functions, and systems, all of which you will need to control, driving with it is, really as to be expected. The game uses the numpad by default. 4 Turns left, 6 turns right, and 5 centres the steering. While its more than possible to drive using the keyboard, keyboards don’t feature any analogue devices, everything of course is either on or off, which can make for some pretty heavy accelerating and braking, which is usually met by lots of angry German swearing from the passengers.

Mouse:
This is my preferred method for controlling the game. Generally I hate mouse driving, its over sensitive, has very little feedback, or makes very little sense. But the developers of Omsi have definitely cracked it. Move the mouse up to accelerate, down to brake, and of course left and right steer. If you don’t have a wheel this is my recommended method of controlling it. The only drawback, is steering, and accelerating at the same time can be rather difficult, and tends to be a little haphazard.

The bad:
While I would like to say “The game is a triumph buy it immediately!”. That really isn’t the case. OMSI 2 is as awful as it is brilliant, an incredibly mixed bag. As already said, its not very approachable, a lot of the options, the controls list, and other things are not put together in a very user friendly or coherent way, at times it feels like it was designed by a madman! Even when trying to work out /change the controls The list seems to almost be randomly thrown together, without much regard for the poor player who has to find his/her way through it. In a game like this, which has an awful lot of controls, this really does make for frustration, and swearing.

In general the game is incredibly unpolished, mostly using simple OS ui windows to control various functions. More often than not, these windows can make little to no sense at first glance, and can take a quite some time to get used to.

Stability:
The games stability is atrocious, and really, unacceptable. The game quits to desktop on a regular basis, randomly fails to load, and throws up a lot of errors usually in German, leaving you with little idea as to what actually happened. Sounds will just stop working, and all manner strange things will happen. For a game that’s been out a year (longer if you count the original) these really are issues that should no longer be present.

Navigation:
This is done by a simple overlay with arrows pointing you in the direction and icons over the stops you need to stop at. While this sounds just basic but functional, at times, it can be incredibly confusing. You’ll get arrows pointing you off towards other routes, which have nothing to do with yours, at times it offers you absolutely no direction at all, and other times it just sends you off down side streets your not supposed to go down, or tries to send you down 1 way roads (of course the wrong way)

Content:
The base lacks a serious amount of content The map really isn’t that big, and you have a very small number of routes to drive. Simply put, I doubt it will have much lasting appeal.

Final thoughts:

This game is actually quite annoying. It’s very solid, and very well made in parts but has far too many glaring issues. While I did enjoy it, It’s certainly not something I can whole heartedly recommend. I actually find it quite annoying, the potential is vast. Should it be given ETS 2’s spit, polish, and level of content, I can’t help but feel it would actually be a superior game, capable of knocking ETS 2 off my favourite simulator spot. But in its current state, its incredibly rough around the edges, and falls very short. If you enjoy simulators, and are looking for something new, you might like this one. But don’t go in to it expecting a complete or approachable, product, it isn’t.
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After playing the first Omsi, I had high expectations for the 2nd version.
As a bus enthusiast I can tell you That Marcel and Rudiger (MR software) had really stepped up their game in terms of physics and playability. There's something about this game that always brings me back. Maybe it's the fact that this game is completely customisable or that it's the most accurate bus simulator on the market.

If you get bored of the default Spandau map, there's tons of maps that the community have made which keeps the game interesting. There's also a wide range of buses made by the community too and one major advantage is that they're easy to install.

Sure, the graphics aren't state-of-the-art but if it's a good game, it shouldn't solely rely on the graphical effects, and this game doesn't. I've been playing the Omsi series since the release of the first instalment (If I'm correct, that was mid 2011) and I haven't gotten bored of it.

This is the most open, user-friendly and realistic bus simulator on the market and I could only recommend it.
I hope this review helped! :)
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