Win the daily battle with the clock—become a bus driver! In Bus Simulator, you will take the controls of one of 6 true-to-life city buses, licensed by companies such as MAN, and drive your passengers through 5 realistic districts of a city.
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Release Date: Mar 2, 2016

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August 4

Bus Simulator 16: Update 5 available now!

Dear community,

We are happy to present you today the latest update for Bus Simulator 16. Next to bug fixes and further game improvements the update also offers new features like the support for custom screen resolutions as well as five new missions for ambitious bus drivers. We hope you will enjoy the ride!

Patch notes:

Bug Fixes:

  • On a roundtrip drive, the destination display on the bus is now properly updated once the first half of the drive is done.
  • Fixed deadzone and settings issues for Logitech Driving Force GT (were introduced with Update 4).
  • Made the indicator lights a bit darker.
  • Fixed bad performance on Windows when Force Feedback was enabled but no FFB controller could be found.

New Features
  • Added support for custom screen resolutions.
  • A warning is displayed if the selected screen aspect ratio exceeds 21 : 9.
  • Added five new missions including VO.

Note: There might be clipping issues in the first person mode if the aspect ratio of a custom resolution exceeds 21:9. This issue can be reduced by decreasing the FOV but might not completely disappear.

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July 4

Bus Simulator 16: Update 4 available now!

Dear community,

our fourth major update for Bus Simulator 16 is now available for download here on Steam. In addition to the new "ROUNDTRIP" feature which allows to drive a route back and forth, so you will be able to drive a route back after you've completed it, the update also offers a general Force Feedback support for the most common steering wheels as well as further bug fixes and game improvements. Here is an overview of the changes:



  • "öäüß" are now allowed as characters in input-fields
  • Implemented general ForceFeedback (for non-Logitech(R) steering wheels) based on DirectInput
  • Logitech G25 and G29, and Thrustmaster T150 and T300RS are now properly recognized by the game
  • Most wheels will now have a proper default key binding
  • Implemented roundtrip feature

Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed bus-stats display in owned busses and shop menu
  • Fixed label on police and ambulance cars not fitting in some languages
  • All options now fit again in the game settings tab in main menu
  • Fixed issue that bus name was displayed incorrectly when too long
  • With mouse steering enabled, the steering input does no longer change while the menu is open
  • When starting the game for the first time, it changes to windowed mode if not running at native resolution (to avoid the bug that the mouse position is offset)
  • Improved kneeling bonus detection: it is now checked for the first passenger who boards or unboards the bus at a given stop
  • Fixed wrong advertisement texture on big busstops
  • Improved GPS path calculations, covering several more edge cases where paths were not ideal
  • Added threshold to the "Wrong One-Way Direction" penalty (to avoid certain false-positives)

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About This Game

Win the daily battle with the clock—become a bus driver!

Six true-to-life city buses, including two Lion’s City buses licensed by MAN, and a gigantic freely accessible world are waiting for you in Bus Simulator 16. Transport your passengers to their destinations across five authentic city districts safely and on time. Drive a two-door, three-door, or a true-to-life articulated bus through commuter traffic at rush hour, watch out for emergency vehicles, and take detours around construction sites. But watch out, or you will get into trouble for accidents and traffic violations!

You also have to maintain order inside the bus. Calm upset passengers, repair stuck doors, sell tickets correctly, and extend the ramp for wheel chair passengers in a timely manner. You will have to be efficient if you want to stick to your schedule, as it is only by doing this that you will build up your reputation in the city, earn the trust of your passengers, and most importantly, make money! The better your reputation, the larger the contracts you can secure, and the more buses will be available to your company in the shop. Unlock additional districts of the city and carefully plan routes for the employees you will acquire in the included job exchange.

As you grow more successful, you will also acquire more and more advertising banners for your buses, which bring in additional money. If your buses are too dull, you can paint and decorate them with unlockable decals, ensuring that your passengers reach their destinations in the coolest way possible.

You think bus drivers are lonely? Not in Bus Simulator 16! Invite your friends into your game in multiplayer mode and let them take over routes for you. The money they earn can be used to expand your shared company and thus perfect public transportation in your city.

You want to drive even more buses and arrange Sunny Springs to fit your expectations? Then you can just construct the city to suit your own taste. Bus Simulator 16 is mod-friendly, and you can use programs like Blender and Gimp to adjust the visual appearance of the existing buses to your liking, as well as integrate your own custom buses and buildings into the game.


  • 6 realistic buses: 2 door buses, 3 door buses, and articulated buses
  • 2 MAN Lion’s City buses
  • Gigantic freely accessible city with 5 authentic districts that you can unlock one by one, for a great open-world experience
  • Plan your own routes and drive them yourself
  • A multitude of pedestrians and vehicles with different behaviors bring the city alive
  • Various challenging traffic situations (rush hour, mobile road works, demonstrations, emergency vehicles)
  • Unforeseen situations such as stuck doors and special requests from your passengers constantly demand your attention
  • Follow the traffic rules and stick to your schedule in order to unlock the various buses, districts, and missions
  • Manage your company, hire drivers with various characteristics and skills, and optimize your routes and your profit
  • Manage your bus company with your friends in multiplayer mode
  • Customize your buses with different colors and decals
  • Modding: Customize your buses and your city to suit your individual tastes, acquire new buses, and integrate them into the game
  • Popular steering wheels and gamepads are supported
  • With english Voice Overs

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 with 3.3 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 96OT with 3.0 GHz or comparable processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 470 (1 GB VRAM) or comparable graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 4500 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: List of unsupported graphic chips (excerpt): Intel HD 3000 / 4400 / 5500 / 6100; GeForce GT 240 / 630 / 730; GeForce GT 540M / 640M / 740M / 840M / 940M; Radeon R7 240; Radeon R9 M275; Intel Iris 6100
    • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 with 3.40 GHz / AMD FX-8320E with 3.2 GHz or comparable processor
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660 (2 GB VRAM) or comparable graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 4500 MB available space
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.10
    • Processor: Core i5 or comparable processor
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Iris Pro 5200 or comparable graphics card
    • Storage: 4500 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: List of unsupported graphic chips (excerpt): Intel HD 3000 / 4000 / 4400 / 5000 / 5500 / 6000; Intel Iris 6100
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.10
    • Processor: Core i7 or comparable processor
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 M395X (4 GB VRAM) or comparable graphics card
    • Storage: 4500 MB available space
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 3
After playing the game for about three hours I have more con's then pro's on my list. There for I can not recommend this game.

- Ticket system. (Fairly similar to the one in OMSI 2. This one is easier to use tho.
- Graphics are somewhere between 'decent' and 'ok'. Definitely an upgrade from OMSI but, at the same time kinda cartoonish (arcade)
- It recognized my wheel and pedals even before I got in the main menu. Really easy to bind all the keys etc.
-It's more stable than OMSI 2.

- Seriously not well optimized and laggy. When I started the game it had an incredible amount of lag. My fps went from 35 to 21, up again sometimes down to 10/15.
+ I have to mention when I played about an hour I had a steady 30/40 fps on medium quality. But the lag is really annoying.
- Busses have absolutely no physics whatsoever. When you drive a bus in OMSI you actually have the feeling you are driving a bus and it's full weight. And you have to look in your mirrors with every turn and corner. While the busses in this game look ok, they have none of that. Which is also one of the reasons in my opinion this feels more like an arcade game than a simulator.
- There is no actual sky(?) As in blue with clouds etc + the city feels lifeless.

So overall maybe a 5 outta 10. If you want a decent bus *simulator* invest some time and money in OMSI 2. If your looking for an arcade bus driving game, get this one.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 26
Product received for free
Embrace the Mundane

It's no secret that I've got a soft spot for what some might cruelly call the "mundane simulator"
I've trucked and farmed my way through many a simulator title and I've loved them all.
When I'm gaming I don't really discriminate between genres, being a gun toting super hero is fun but sometimes I just want to do something different, something normal that I'll probably never to get experience in my own "real life" something alternative but "mundane".

I've come to terms with the fact that I'm firmly stuck in my rut in life, I'm never likely to be a truck driver or a farmer but these simulator games give you a chance to get a feeling of what it might be like, they give you a chance to experience a different life.
It's the ultimate reality based escapism and it can definitely be a lot more fun than it sounds.

So I've hauled cargo across Europe, I've trucked around the USA and I've farmed until the cows came home but I've never been a bus driver.
Today we're going to fix that!

Simple Life

Like a lot of jobs, on the surface it sounds pretty simple, I mean driving a bus, how hard could it be?
You get to sit down all day and cruise around in a big circle, stopping every few minutes along the way.
It doesn't sound too difficult does it?
Your cargo even unloads itself!
Ahhh to be a bus driver, that'd be a good life.

With this mind I fired up Bus Simulator 16 ready for some hard core bus based business but I soon learned that being a bus driver isn't just about driving a bus, there's a wealth of bells and whistles that go along with the job that complicate things, which is just as well because it adds a little depth to what would other whys be a pretty simple driving game with some pretty bland scenery, but we'll get onto that later.

The Wheels on the Bus...

First the driving mechanic, a pretty important part of any game which involves driving and has the word "simulator" in the title.
You'll have access to six different buses in the base game (who knows what DLC might bring) but for the most part this variety is purely cosmetic, the handling between each "flavour" of bus feels identical and the driving experience is more arcade than simulator.
Speed and handling feel a little off (not that I've ever driven a bus, but I've been a passenger on a few) and the ride itself always feels disconnected from the road, it's too smooth and floaty, there's no rumble of an uneven road surface, no potholes to avoid (or deliberately drive over to annoy the passengers).
The wheels on the bus might go round and round but there's no real sense that they're in contact with the road.
This makes the driving part of Bus Simulator 16 a flat experience and that's a real shame.

The Buttons on the Bus

Whilst the actual driving physics are pretty basic there are still plenty of interactions with the vehicle to put some ticks in the simulation box.
You get to turn the key to start your engine, flick the switches to put on the various lights both inside and outside the cab.
There are buttons to raise and lower the bus and you even have a heater you can play with.

The simulation doesn't restrict you to sitting in the driver seat either, if you feel the need you can always pull over and get out to stretch your legs (or stare unnervingly at your passengers who pretend not to notice).

Tickets Please!

Bus Simulator 16 isn't just about driving a bus around, there are plenty of other things you'll need to take care of too.
Some passengers will need to buy a ticket from you, sounds straight forward right?
but there are different ticket types, single, student, weekly, etc. and do you think they'll have the correct change?
Of course not!
So you'll be working the ticket machine, selecting the ticket type and duration, printing out the tickets and calculating the correct change in your head all whilst you keep one eye on the clock.
There's a time table to stick to and everyone hates it if the bus is late.

Pesky Passengers

It's not just the ticket sales which slow down the turnaround time either, some passengers might require extra help, a person in a wheelchair for example will need you to vacate the drivers' seat and put down the ramp for them to board the bus, of course you'll need to stow the ramp away again before you head off.
There's also a high probability that the disabled passenger will actually want to get off your bus again at some point, that'll mean you've got another ramp based delay to look forward to as you drive the route.

The passengers don't even leave you alone when they've finally paid up and sat in their seats either. You'll be happily driving along, trying to make time back up on your route when you'll hear a moaning voice echo along the bus, "I'm too hot" or "It's too cold in here, can you do something about the temperature?".... ughhh, so now you're having to mess around with the air con. whilst keeping an eye on the sat nav. and another on the road. You wouldn't want to crash or run down a pedestrian, that might hurt your profit margin (and be bad for whoever you hit of course).

Bus Mechanic 16

So you herd the cattle (Sorry, passengers) onto the bus and manage not to freeze them, cook them or crash them into anything but there are still other things which can delay you.
Even if the traffic is clear, the passengers are behaving and the traffic lights are green things can still go wrong.
The bus itself can work against you, there can be mechanical issues which require your attention.
For example the doors could become jammed and your cargo (sorry, passengers) are a fickle bunch and don't seem to like the thrill of being chauffeured around with the doors wide open, they worry about silly little things like falling to their death.
You can pull over and fix these mechanical annoyances but it all takes time... time you'll need to make up on the road if you don't want to be late.

Like the Back End of a Bus!

Visually the game is a little disappointing, it's not ugly but the textures are fairly plain.
Don't go into this expecting photo realism, or even Truck Simulator quality graphics or you'll be disappointed by the view.
Even at the highest settings the view distance on your rear view mirror is surprisingly low. You're constantly followed by what looks like really thick white fog pursuing you along the city streets, it's kinda scary really (Have you ever seen the Stephen King movie "The Mist"?).

You're not just restricted to driving around one district either, as you progress in the game you'll be able to unlock 4 more to keep things interesting (the scary "mirror fog" will follow you to these districts too!)

One Route to Rule Them All

In addition to all the thrills of driving a big old bus around there's also a management simulation aspect to Bus Sim 16.
Keeping your passengers happy and the fares rolling in is good for company profits and that's good for you because you own the company.
You can tweak the look and colour of your buses and cover them in adverts to bring in some extra revenue.
You'll be setting up bus routes and hiring drivers to trundle along them all in the name of profit, profit which you can then re-invest in more buses and more drivers.

End of the Line

Bus Simulator 16 is an interesting title and whilst it can be fun there's no denying that it lacks a little polish.
This is a niche game, it's not going to be for everyone, but if you're looking to try something a little different and think the life of a virtual bus driver might be for you then that's an itch this game will happily scratch.

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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 29
11/10 best PC crash simulator -.-
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3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 1
Don't get this game unless you have a high performance gaming pc.
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170 of 199 people (85%) found this review helpful
24 people found this review funny
10.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 3
֍ Not perfect, needs some work. Hands down more accessible and stable than OSMI 2. I streamed this for about 8 hours yesterday. It only crashed once. I guess if you have a potato pc then it might seem laggy. Overall my biggest complaints are no TrackIR support and the steering was hard to get smooth with my Thrustmaster RS500. All in all it is a pretty decent cheap game. Please note that most of the negative reviews have barely ANY time playing it. Please look at playtime when checking out the reviews here on Steam.

♥ Innovative scenerios that pop up as you drive
♥ Random conversations with the passengers
♥ Modding ability (should bring this game to a whole new level)
♥ Challenging conditions
♥ No scenerio where you need to know the bus routes in Berlin in 1988 (which my wife from Germany couldnt even help me with).
♥ Simple GPS that works better than floating signs in the sky

♡ GPS arrow should always point UP. It rotates and some of the roads get winding so it makes it hard to tell which way to turn at intersection
♡ Lack of TrackIR meant that its hard to turn your head and see oncoming traffic. I ended up killing 4 or so people and hit about 15 cars in 8 hours.
♡ Easy to go bankrupt if you try going too fast
♡ Decals and stickers are not rotateable so the ads sometimes look stupid

Closing thoughts
Overall this is a fine niche game. Look kiddos, it is not every day we get a bus sim. Stop being obtuse and see the good in things why dont ya? Bah Bah Baaaahhhh.
That is all
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64 of 72 people (89%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
22.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 2
I decided to rewrite my review to make it more helpful.

Some pros of the game:
- Affordable price
- Support for steering wheels
- Quality despite simplicity

Following may be pro/contra depending of what you are expecting:
- Simple control
- Simple game interface
- A scenario which keep you busy for about 20 hours of gameplay

Known genetic problems of this publisher:
- Game engine puts heavy load on your system
- AI is not very good. (Without great fails though.)

Some additional information:

- I found I drive better with keyboard than with steering wheel.

- Some people report 3-4 FPS. They have Intel HD graphics. Game should not be run with that graphics solution at all.

- Some people report 30 FPS on lowest settings, while having 60-70 FPS on best settings in other games. Raise settings from lowest at least to average and you still will have 30 FPS but better experience. It is not graphics what is putting heavy load on your system it is game engine what cause that number of FPS.


- Don't buy if you have non-top laptop.
- Buy if you have steering wheel. (Not many games are utilizing that device good.)
- Buy for kid. (Affordable price and good ethics in game.)
- Buy for yourself if you have an hour or two after work and middle to top desktop. (Can be used in pair with weaker laptop with in-home streaming feature).

With my kind regards,
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65 of 78 people (83%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
21.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 2
Not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but they definitely put some nice features into this one.

First up, if you don't have 4 Gig of ram you might find the game crash when it's loading up, IF it even starts to load up that is. WAIT FOR A PATCH

Due to the fact that all assets are preloaded the game is a memory hog, that is not fun if you don't have the resources to spare. What's good about is the fact that by preloading you avoid all the issues that OMSI 2 has when it comes to moving around on maps.

The Ambience sounds are well done and the fact that you can overhear the passenger talking and laughing and somewhat reacting to your driving style helps with your imersion.

Engine sounds as well as sounds from the gearbox are mediocre, but they work until mods will fix it, and that bring us to the next point.

The driving physics deserve some more TLC, the bus seems too easy to handle at times and too unforgiving at others, especially when you try to drive in and out of the depot the bump of the sidewalk is significantly overdone

Mod support/ stem workshop support is what I believe will push the game from meh to wow.

Overall I think it gets a lot right and does deserve the name Simulator as such it is of course best played with a wheel or at the very least a controller
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64 of 82 people (78%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
7.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 3
I'm just reviewing this game not because I felt like it was something necessary to do, but to balance the user score.

Bus Simulator 16 is a really good game! It allows you to drive and manage a bus on the road, plan its routes, take good care of its passengers, deal with misfortunes inside and outside of your bus, and it also allows you to macromanage your own bus company as a whole: buy buses and customize their exteriors with paints and decals, create and handle with your own routes so that you and your employees can make good use of them, make a nice profit, all a management sim could allow you to do.

Of course the game has flaws! It's not too pretty visually, got some nasty bugs and a few performance issues, but considering that the developers aren't very resorceful and it's a small team working on, I couldn't expect a triple-A game. Also, they are patching up, fixing what thay can, and I expect a fair amount of remodeling so we can enjoy more of this fine piece of art.

Bus Simulator 16 is a bit flawed, maybe overpriced too, but I think investing in an indie team is what makes the gaming gears running. You will not regret of this game.
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44 of 54 people (81%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
20.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 7
Game is really fun and has alot of 'feel' to it. it still needs more Optimizing done for sure , but if you have a Med-Great PC , you should be in great shape.

- Business Simulation
- City feels real
- Buses feel real too
- You can get out of your seat and walk around at will.
- You can customise your buses as you see fit. (Stickers,Decals,Ads)

- Slower PC's are not going to play this
- NEEDS more optimizing
- Only a few buses (So far)
- You cannot see any other buses on the roads (Including yours that you hired)
- Frame drops at random

Look , just in one mans view , i like this game and i really hope that the Dev's keep on this and fix / add more in time. i feel the game has is goods with the bads , but in the end , it is what OMSI2 could only dream of being....and that is a Bus simulator that feels real and works without crashing .

I rate this game a Solid 8.0 / 10/0
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218 of 359 people (61%) found this review helpful
36 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 2
Bus Simulator 16 was developed by still alive studios and published by Astragon. The game released on the 2nd March 2016 for a price of £18.99.

In Bus Simulator 16, you are in charge of a bus company and must also drive around the bus collecting and dropping off people on various routes. During my hour of playing this game I had many ups and downs but the eventual ending was me stuck outside my bus and also stuck outside the depot with no way back.

+ Good attempt at an entry level bus simulator – The game was designed to be a really good bus simulator but unfortunately falls quite short of that bar. The game feels more entry level but a good attempt at it.
+ Steam Workshop – With steam workshop there will be mods to improve the game and adding own designs and busses.
+ Tutorial – The tutorial is pretty good and I’m glad I did it. The amount of options and choices to the game is overbearing at times but I feel after an hour more confident to try and drive a bus around.
+ Multiplayer – This is a great add to the game, you can play online and manage routes together too, the only problem for me is that I lack friends with the game 
+ Cops/Police – When I was idle at the station trying to figure out buttons and such a Police car went flying past me with the lights on. I found this so cool – however it may just be normal for most people.

- Floaty handling – The handling is not too good on this game and most the time I end up crashing and bashing when taking corners because the handling is too light.
- Overwhelmed – There are just so many options, buttons, choices in which you must do and then to add to the top of all that the doors get jammed and the customers expect you to give them change from money which you can’t really make out.
- Voice acting – If you can make it through the game without laughing at the terrible voice acting I commend you. I laughed quite often due to this fact.
- Long loading times – It may just be my PC but I experienced agonising load times and very bad FPS.
- Price – I feel the price should be halfed for the product because although you get a lot of content the quality is subpar.

Unfortunately I felt this game had a lot of potential but the execution was pretty bad. I was hoping to finally get an Omni 2 experience on Steam but unfortunately this falls well below expectations and to me feels more of an entry product. I could only recommend this game to people with low expectations or standards (huehue). I played this game only for an hour but I was left out in Sunny Springs in the rain, trapped from my bus and depot. Although I slate the game I enjoyed it for what it was but can’t possibly recommend the game at the current price point. I’m just glad the game never crashed on me because that would’ve been the icing on the cake.

Score: Wait for a sale
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Sim UK
54.4 hrs
Posted: October 12
Hello My name is Mike and I am aka Sim UK.

I have been running a Bus Sim 16 Let's Play since this game came out. I have reviewed and updated the Youtube community on all patches and Updates and will continue to do so:

I am a big fan of OMSI2 but not of the bugs and issues that come as part of it. I was hoping that Bus Sim 16 was going to be the solution to the OMSI problem but it isnt really the same kind of game, let me explain;

OMSI is a tremendously accurate and capable bus simulator with modding tools which allow the community to enhance update and develop copius amounts of top quality add-ons, which is why this game is still being played and sold today.

Bus Simulator 16, despite its title, is not a simulator. I think the best way to decribe it is that it is a casual Simulator, a new breed of simulator that is in part an arcade game. Because of the title many people bought this game expecting a simulated experience and were bitterly dissapointed as a result, as was I.

Over time I have grown to like this game a great deal, IF the developers enable players to start modding (PROPERLY and FULLY) new buses and most importantly maps, then this game will have a long an prosperous life, if they don't then this is a fun to play one off that will just dissapear in the next year or two.

Nice enough graphics and gameplay.
Works out of the box.
Lots of missions to keep you gong for a while at least.
If £10 this is a bargain. £15 OK but better to wait. £20 Nope, too much :(

There are numerous graphic issues.
AI is poor but funtional most of the time.
Very poor modding tools, so limited they are useless.
1 map only and no way to create new ones.
Poor optimisation! I have a decent PC and have no issues but there are plenty who do.
UPdates are usually poor, no content and include no real imporvement.

Overall this is a fun game to play, its easy to learn and doesnt get boring (somehow?)

RATING (6.5/10) Would be more if modding tools were made available.
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31.4 hrs
Posted: October 7
After putting almost 30 hours into this game in 2 weeks I'd have to say that I do recommend it. I've had no problems with the graphics and my computer is actually a little below the minimum requirement. I'm still working on figuring out the other drivers and if I'm suppose to see them our not but I also haven't tried the multiplayer yet but will soon. One thing I'm hoping for is that more bus mods or DLC's come out to add more of a variety. I'd like to see some double decker buses too along with more different styles of the bendy and regular buses.
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[EG] Riskywhale
1.2 hrs
Posted: October 7
Did not work at all for me i reset all the keys to see if that wood work nope just bad for me might work for you
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0.2 hrs
Posted: October 6
This game is the WORST! I got it for 25€ and All it did was crash my mac
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18.6 hrs
Posted: October 6
[hi]Very bad service by officers[/hi]
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0.5 hrs
Posted: October 2
so slow the the bus a 10 min run took 14.5 mins why such a powerful graghic card needed no one knows
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4.1 hrs
Posted: October 2
Well could be better!
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