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Are you ready for your new challenge? Get ready to take over the control of your original "Jungheinrich" Forklift! Just the best drivers will level up in the Highscore list. The fastest drivers will receive a special bonus. Enjoy the game in full 3D and feel the realistic driving experience.
Date de parution: 25 fév 2014
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Acheter Warehouse and Logistics Simulator

À propos du jeu

Are you ready for your new challenge? Get ready to take over the control of your original "Jungheinrich" Forklift! Just the best drivers will level up in the Highscore list. The fastest drivers will receive a special bonus.

Enjoy the game in full 3D and feel the realistic driving experience. Varied scenarios like the warehouse, construction zone or port zone guarantee variety.

Features

  • Original "Jungheinrich" Forklifts
  • Huge variety of quests
  • Different game modes
  • Realistic physics
  • Different detailed 3D Scenarios like supermarket, port or construction zone

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: Pentium 2,4 GHz Pentium or equal AMD
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce 6800GT / ATI Radeon HD3650
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: Pentium 3,0 GHz Pentium or equal AMD
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GTX560 / ATI Radeon HD6970
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
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12 personne(s) sur 14 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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No, just no. Don't waste your money on this, even the DLC for this game is horrible.
Posté le : 3 juillet
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7 personne(s) sur 10 (70%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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This game is so much fun. Very realistic. I used to be an FLT driver and all i can say is WOW! Spot on, great job, this is so realistic, it would be useful if this was included in the FLT training program for would be drivers.

The graphics are very good for a recent game, the shadow and lighting effects really push my 770 Lightning to the max limiting my performance to a mere 50FPS (Its that demanding!) The collisions need some work though, as the character models seem to go strait through you? (Could this be looked into?) The music is very calming, but i would have liked the ingame option to select a different track or two. Cant find the save feature either? The controls are easy to use after a few pallets, The multiple buttons can seem a bit daunting to FLT novices! Press F1 ingame to display them ;)

Overall id give this 4 out of 5, it would get the 5 if those discrepancies i mentioned were fine tuned, but for any simulation fan this is a must! Perhaps a quick in-game Tutorial guide for new FLT drivers could improve sales also?
Posté le : 27 mars
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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My first impression of this game was extremely positive. The first thing that hits you is the exceptional, laid-back, atmospheric, synth driven music that reminds me of Tangerine Dream and provides a psychologically potent contrast to the busy work environment.

Some of the levels are also are a true joy to drive around, in particular the various buildings in the production facility, although the technical standard of the graphics is nothing to get excited about and there's a nasty amount of pop-in. The tasks are varied enough to keep you interested. They are chosen randomly so that each time you play the level, you will be moving boxes from different places. This is a questionable idea for the time attack mode, as it introduces an element of luck instead of it being pure skill, but this randomness does work for the the main game where you are given a time limit and you get given more time when you complete the task. For both modes, it can keep you engrossed in a level for a lot longer than you would expect and keeps them replayable.

The free play mode is not great. You can move some boxes around, create a few walls, fail in your attempts to create stonehenge and create some crude pixel art, but ultimately it isn't minecraft, the pieces aren't designed for this purpose. It doesn't allow for great amounts of creativity and so you will find yourself spending the majority of time in the modes that give you structure and a reason to be there.

Sadly, as much as I wanted to like this game, and as much as I would have liked it if the implementation was done correctly, there were some problems that mean I can't really recommend it.

The biggest problem that I had with the game was the poor implementation of box physics... This is something that is fairly essential to get right in a game about moving boxes with a forklift truck. When raising or lowering a box, gravity seems to effect it only in steps, so you can lower the forklift just a small amount and it will not move the box, it will be hovering in the air (it could be a problem to do with raising and lowering when tilted). You will see these problems in the jerking movements of the boxes and it can sometimes lead to unfair failures, particularly in the last port level where it is extremely noticeable and exaggerated due to the size of the containers. You can pick up a crate in this level, tilt backwards, notice that the crate remains totally unmoved, move the forklift down a bit so it is hovering in the air and then you can even drive off with it remaining magically unmoved in the air until you are totally clear, at which point it will drop to the floor. Boxes also don't seem to have much weight, your forklift will happily pick up huge crates and even stacks of crates upon crates without causing balance issues.

As good as the music is, there are only three tracks.

You can drive straight through people... Not a huge deal as it's not a game about killing, but other games like Driver handle this by having pedestrians at least attempt to avoid the vehicle instead of walking straight through it.

Altogether, it showed some promise, but given the poor implementation, it is difficult to recommend at full price. The only reason to buy it is because of the soundtrack and the fact that there aren't many other games to choose from that are about forklift trucks.
Posté le : 28 juillet
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Awful load of rubbish. Awful Idea excuted badly. Crashes, no tutorial... the list goes on

Check my video look below of this and a number of other dodgy simulation games.

http://dai.ly/x1yqb0d
Posté le : 28 mai
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Im a real life forklift driver, the real job is nothing like this. You get to use 2 different machines. I paid £0.83 for it about 1 USD and i feel like i have been robbed.
Posté le : 7 septembre
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836 personne(s) sur 845 (99%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.6 heures en tout
Le jeu est assez incompris. Souvent traité comme un vulgaire jeu d'emploi sous-évalué. Ce dernier nous plonge dans un futur hypothétique teinté de fantastique et de science-fiction. En effet, les créateurs du jeu ont ouvertement confié à Julien Chièze de Gameblog, je cite: "Nos inspirations viennent d'oeuvres cinématographiques reconnues telles que "Bievenue à Gatacca", "A.I." & "The Bronzés: The Third"".

Le jeu traîte de la place de la transpalette électrique dans un futur où la race humaine a été réduite à l'état de fantômes errants, suite à une attaque nucléaire d'échelle mondiale initiée par Bob Lennon, qui en 2028 (date et ère du jeu), dispose de 3 milliards de followers Twitter ainsi que des connexions très étroites avec des réseaux terroristes anti-gauchistes. La machine, de par ce fait, ignore totalement cette masse informe mais toute la thématique du jeu repose sur la lutte de la transpalette contre la terre et la pierre. La nature - certes morte - reste physique et garde son autorité sur les éléments qui daignent la fouler.

Le DLC zombie a été considéré par certains comme un gimmick lamentable visant à faire vendre le jeu à des joueurs écervelés de FPS peu originaux. Il serait très usurpé et usité de penser que ce DLC n'a aucun sens. En effet, suite à la destruction de monde de Bob Lennon, les gauchistes ne sont pas devenus fantômes, hantés par cette rage inextricable et incontrollable de vouloir gagner de l'argent, argent rendu inaccessible au peuple à cause du monopole totale et totalitaire de ce dernier sur Youtube. L'absence de leaderboards est déplorable, mais nous saluerons le gameplay léché, en saluant tout particulièrement la mécanique de drifting des véhicules qui n'a rien à envier à BurnOut. Les missions sont variés, on aurait aimé que GTA V nous propose la même chose.

Gameplay émergeant, modélisation des véhicules sans faille, scénario Hitchcockien, réalisation Nolanesque, Hans Zimmer aux musiques. Rangez vos fusils les haters. Si le jeu avait coûté 60 euros, j'en étais. Achetez-le.
Posté le : 26 février
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