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Hard Truck 18 Wheels Of Steel was a game developed by SoftLab and SCS Software in 2002. Hard Truck 18 Wheels Of Steel is similar to a game called Hard Truck 2: King of the Road. Rig 'N Roll is sometimes [ or not ] known as Hard Truck 3: Rig'N'Roll. Hard Truck also has three maps but no eastern. Midwest, West, and Rockies are the maps in the game. There are 15 towns and each of the three maps and five towns in them and the game has only 6 trucks. Midwest has Detroit, Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville, and Cincinnati. West has San Francisco, Reno, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. Rockies has Denver, Helena, Boise, Cheyenne, and Salt Lake City. In Hard Truck, at least half of the trucks can go over 100 mph. Also, you are racing against the load time and the driver energy time. Example: time from San Francisco to Reno for one load is 9:45 but you have 9:43 driving energy time left. Note: that will be a challenge and some thinking to do.
This installment is very similar to Hard Truck: 18 Wheels of Steel except that the graphics were updated, more trucks and cargo were added, and a new map was created that enables users to travel across the entire continental U.S., through 30 cities. In this version, players can choose from 30 trucks and 40+ trailers. Time is made up of a total of 24 minutes in a day in the clock, and goes by rather quickly. You will also battle 5 AI drivers.
This game focuses on the delivery of cargo. Unlike in Hard Truck: 18 Wheels of Steel, the sleep timer was removed from the simulation. There is an improved traffic model as well as planes, helicopters, and trains with authentic sounds. This game has also the fastest fuel consumption.
This installment of the game is very similar to and has the same game play as Haulin' but with re-named companies, 2 new trucks, and 3 cities in Mexico added.
Extreme Trucker lets you be the brave trucker and deliver cargos in any of the three main areas of the game: Yungas Road (also known as Road of Death), Tuktoyaktuk Winter Road, and the Australian Outback. All three maps are "extreme" in their ways: Driving on the icy and snowy roads of northern Canada can be a tough challenge no matter what you deliver. The Australian long distance routes will let you drive "road trains", up to 5 multiple trailers attached. The South American area is known for its narrow roads, a moment of lack of caution and you find yourself dropping off the edge of a cliff. This game is quite different from the previous installments and the whole concept is changed. You can no longer drive around in free roam unless you decide to go around the map during a delivery, but you can only pick a job offer from the selection menu only if users have met its requirements of having multiple new trucks and accomplished deliveries. The trucks and cars are this time made after real brands, although you can't own any vehicles through the game, and you are simply a truck driver seeking for various jobs. Still, today's low to mediocre range computer will be able to run the game without getting low FPS (1.9 GHz CPU,1 GB RAM,256 MB graphics accelerator).
Much of the game's data is in a file named "base.scs". This file can be extracted with most zip compression software. Within the new folders are most of the game textures, including terrain, truck skins, backgrounds, and others, a well as code for cities, trucks, and other in-game objects. While the game's publisher, ValuSoft, does not provide support on exactly how to "mod" the game, there are several communities and sites dedicated to that purpose.
18 Wheels of Steel: Pedal to the Metal [Aug 30, 2004]
In this installment, released in 2004, the user can travel across the entire continental US, and also through northern Mexico and southern Canada, through 30 cities. The sleep timer was brought back in this version. It has an improved traffic model. 18 Wheels of Steel: Pedal to the Metal requires OpenGL This installment is thought to be the 2nd most popular game in the series has bugs but also the game comes with a new map with new cities like Sacramento and a couple new mexican cities but it looks a lot more different than the original. It also has the fastest map to date besides Haulin'.
18 Wheels of Steel: Convoy [Sep 1, 2005]
In this updated installment, you can travel through the United States, as well as southern Canada, though it differs from 18 Wheels of Steel: Pedal to the Metal in that Mexican cities are not present, this might be considered as the bad part of the series since it didn't improve much from its predecessor except for minor additions. You can travel through 30+ cities and choose from 35+ rigs, 45+ cargoes and 47+ trailers. You have to use your mouse to look outside of the cab for your mirrors. The graphics are also much improved in this version, and you can see drivers in other vehicles. However, other graphical features such as dynamic dashboard gauges were replaced with simple inanimate textures, although this and minor bugs were fixed with a patch released by SCS Software in 2008. You can also buy things to protect yourself. This version is considered the worst in the 18 WoS series because of lack of improvement and several glitches. Also, you cannot save the game during a delivery. Only before the delivery or after the delivery.
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