Take responsibility of operating large all-terrain Soviet vehicles and venture across the rugged landscapes with only a map and compass to guide you. Explore the levels and unlock portions of the map whilst discovering new trucks, fuelling stations, garages and lumber mills.
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23 aprile

An official word plus exciting news...

Announcement made by Zane Saxton

"Comrade’s,

We would like to apologise for the recent time-bomb related bug that prevented you from playing Spintires, it was totally unacceptable and we appreciate the frustration it must have caused you.

A member of our community named ‘Localhost’ along with our Moderators had kindly provided you with a temporary fix that you could use whilst we continued to produce the official fix.

Luckily we have now identified and fixed the bug which was not sabotage like some of the media suspected. The bug was identified by Pavel when running an older test build side-by-side with a newer build - it turns out it was some code that Pavel had invented to try and deal with piracy and DRM issues.

Pavel explains here: “bug was related to self-checks that which I tried to invent myself to prevent the game from being pirated and modded”.

After the recent media speculations, it’s entirely up-to-you if you will believe such a story or not. However, with that said, we accept responsibility for not communicating with our community as much as we should have and perhaps if we had done so, the guesswork by the media wouldn't have been steered so negatively.

It was interesting to read the conspiracy theories about sabotage from the media though, especially when an unnamed media outlet clearly announced they haven’t even contacted Oovee at all about the subject. It does highlight the fact you should only consider official statements directly from the Oovee forum or website as true.

We would like to take the opportunity to thank our moderators and members who supported us during these difficult times, your actions do not go unnoticed.

Now it’s time to move onto something more positive…

Behind the dense forests, swampy lakes (or big black twisters) we have been working hard to secure a deal with a partner, and it is with great pleasure we can now announce that Spintires will be coming to both Xbox One and PS4 expected to arrive early 2017.

If you are not a fan of consoles, do not fear - it is also good news for our PC fans since it now means we will be expanding the development team for that platform as well! It may have taken us some time to secure and announce such a deal but work has already commenced and in the next few months you will hear more details about the ports and additional updates for the PC platform too.

Many thanks for your continued support, love and inspiration.

Zane Saxton, and everyone from Oovee."

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9 marzo

DEV080316 - Next Update: preview teaser

Hello everyone,
 
After the last couple of weeks with our bug problems and subsequent fix, we mentioned that we stopped work on the update that we have been working on since Christmas. So, after a weekend of recovery, we are now back working on the update. In the next week we expect to receive the update for testing and at that time we will let you know what new features are included, some of which you are going to love, and some bug fixes. But we will tell you now that this update will include full native support for the new "Steam Controller".
 
Below are some images from the forthcoming update. Don't ask any questions, because we won't answer them as we will give you details of the changelog when we receive it for testing.
 
For now, enjoy the screenshots. 
 

Old Drive shaft:                                                                          

New Drive shaft:

 

Visual Navigation aids:



 

Ural 375:




Blockades:



Tractor Suzies:


 

Terrain indirect lighting occlusion (Old):                                 


Terrain indirect lighting occlusion (New):

 

Shadows Off:                                                                              

Shadows On:



Old Bridge:    
     
New Bridge:
   

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Steam Workshop

Get additional trucks and addons. Download free Spintires Editor to create your own mods.

Informazioni sul gioco

Spintires™ is an Intel® award winning off-road driving experience designed to challenge the player's driving skill and endurance.

Take responsibility of operating large all-terrain Soviet vehicles and venture across the rugged landscapes with only a map and compass to guide you. Explore the levels and unlock portions of the map whilst discovering new trucks, fuelling stations, garages and lumber mills.

Collect lumber with the crane attachments and try to deliver them to the objectives. Try not to damage your vehicle or consume all of the fuel, prior to completing the objectives. Use the surroundings to your advantage, you may need to winch yourself free!

The real-time deformable terrain will challenge even the most seasoned offroader. Do you accept the challenge?

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimi:
    • Sistema operativo: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8 or 10
    • Processore: Intel® Pentium Dual Core 2.0GHz or equivalent
    • Memoria: 2 GB RAM
    • Scheda video: NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Scheda audio: DirectX® 9.0c Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Game is compatible with: Gamepad Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows. Confirmed Steering Wheel support for Logitech G25/G27 - Other models have not been tested; This game is 32-bit application
    Consigliati:
    • Sistema operativo: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8 or 10
    • Processore: Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.5GHz or equivalent
    • Memoria: 4 GB RAM
    • Scheda video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Scheda audio: DirectX® 9.0c Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Game is compatible with: Gamepad Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows. Confirmed Steering Wheel support for Logitech G25/G27 - Other models have not been tested; This game is 32-bit application
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9 persone su 10 (90%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
4.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 novembre 2015
Gioco davvero carino!!

Il gioco nonostante pesi soltanto 600mb è veramente fatto bene, ha una grafica eccellente e un audio quasi realistico ( a differenza di altri giochi che ti scarichi 50gb e poi fanno pena).
Le mappe non sono tantissime però sono abbastanza grandi e complesse, si può inoltre moddare il gioco cosi da inserire nuovi veicoli e mappe ( cosa che però non ho ancora testato ); unica cosa negativa ,che poi a dir la verità non lo è neanche, è che a fare un carico ci vogliono quasi 2 ore...

Il gioco forse non è da acquistare per 25euro ma sicuramente se lo si trova scontato è un buon acquisto.
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Pubblicata: 30 gennaio
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42.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 novembre 2015
Spintires is a game about driving a truck across the countryside extremely slowly. Your truck is very heavy and the ground is very soft, almost constantly sucking your wheels downwards into its boggy brown mess, threatening to immobilise you in its wet earthy clutches.This isn't the sort of off-road simulator that's accompanied by an electric guitar riff and a cool man doing a wheely over a bush. No, it's slow and thoughtful off-roading. Progress is measured in feet per minute rather than miles per hour. This is hard work.

The real star of the game is the mud. It is, without a doubt, the best virtual sludge in games. The way your tires dig into it, and the way it deforms realistically as you move through it, is really impressive. The heavier your vehicle is, the more it sinks into it, and the more likely you are to get stuck. Clumps gather on your wheels as you drive, and some areas are so caked in the stuff that you'll be forced to find another route. It's a game of feet, not miles—of dragging your bouncy flatbed through just one more exhausting mire of mud and rocks to reach the safety of a garage or refueling station.

But you will get stuck, eventually, and that's where vehicle-switching comes into play. There are simple objectives, like picking up and delivering lumber, but it's the journey itself where the real challenge lies, and you'll need some help to heave your oversized load across the uncompromising landscape. After accidentally burying my lumber truck in a thick slurry, I pulled the map up with F1, switched to a nearby truck with a winch and yanked myself out. You can jump freely between vehicles on your own if you're playing solo, or team up with up to three other people in multiplayer.

Your garage is filled with an array of vehicles to plough through the mud in, including nimble jeeps that are good for scouting the area ahead. They can cut through forests and wave between trees, allowing them to uncover the 'fog of war' that initially obscures the map and reveal wider roads and trails for your big haulers to squeeze through. There are trucks with articulated trailers, and big chunky ones that look like they've been rusting in the Chernobyl exclusion zone for the last thirty years. The muted colour palette, bleak overcast skies, and ageing Soviet machinery remind me of the STALKER games—as does the feeling of being constantly at war with your environment.

As you chew through the mud, the vehicles feel genuinely heavy and unwieldy. The physics are excellent, creating a nice distinction between the big rigs and the smaller trucks. You'll hear your engine heave and groan as you tackle a steep incline or muddy patch, its exhausts belching black smoke as it struggles to escape the sticky gunk. They all feel like real machines, with trailers that bounce and rattle as you trundle over uneven ground. Rocks are kicked into the air by your tires, saplings bend when you rumble over them, and water froths as you ford rivers and carve through puddles.

You can choose between casual and hardcore mode, although 'casual' will be hardcore enough for most people. Fuel consumption is increased in hardcore, and routes you chart on the map won't be displayed as a guide on the road as you drive. One of the most mystifying omissions is the lack of any kind of cockpit or in-car view. You're stuck with a weird over-the-shoulder (trucks don't have shoulders, but you know what I mean) view that's more Resident Evil 4 than truck simulator. You can move the camera around with the mouse, but in larger rigs your view is often obscured, making getting across narrow bridges and through tight trails a nightmare.

But here's my problem with Spintires. As amazing as the physics and deformable mud are, that's really all the game has going for it. Its scope is incredibly limited, to the point where it feels like an Early Access release. The missions, whether it's the lumber delivery I talked about earlier, unlocking new vehicles hidden around the world, or revealing the map by driving near 'cloaking' points, are uninspiring. How long you'll stick with the game depends on how compelling you find those ponderous, muddy drives between objective markers. It's an achingly slow, fiddly game, and you'll need a lot of patience to endure the hardships you'll encounter as you traverse the game's five maps.

Still, endurance is what Spintires is all about, and there's a lot of satisfaction to be had in besting the brutal Russian terrain in your hardy little Soviet truck—but not after a lot of rolling over, getting inescapably lodged in soggy riverbeds, and running out of fuel in the middle of nowhere. I love that games like this exist. It's why I love PC gaming. But as endearingly bizarre as I find Spintires, and as much as I admire the technology, I can't say I really ever enjoyed it. There are moments of what I could loosely call excitement—like almost rolling over and spilling my load just metres from the delivery point, or thinking I was crossing a shallow pond only to become totally submersed in a river—but they're few and far between. Mostly I just find myself swearing at mud.
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57.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 dicembre 2015
Are you an American? Do you love driving big trucks through the mud? Do you hate communism and Soviet vehicles?

Then this is the game for you! Enjoy crashing, rolling, destroying and just generally lighting on fire these soviet machines of mass pollution!

Are you UNAmerican?! Do you love driving big trucks through the mud? Do you love communism and Soviet vehicles?

Then this is the game for you! Enjoy beating the hell out of these masterpieces of rugged engineering. Drowned your truck in river? It O.K. comrade, perfectly good new dam. Light your engine on fire? It O.K. comrade, perfectly good bonfire to keep warm now. Roll down a hill? Great new forest kabin. Successfully complete a map on Co-Op with your friends? YOU GO TO GULAG for kapitalist witchcraft!


Oh yeah, and the physics and co-op and technical driving aspect are good too...
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41 persone su 48 (85%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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80.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 17 novembre 2015
Great game if you like trucking and want to have challenge in your game. There's some issues with developers and community, but I really like this game though since game is playable and I don't see nothing wrong about it.

Game even has a multiplayer, so you can work as a team and build up your teamwork skills with each other.

Two tips: "Don't get stuck" and "think before you act".
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