This game has been Greenlit by the Community!

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Drive Megapolis
Platforms: PC
Players: Single-player
Jul 20, 2016 @ 12:47am
Aug 9, 2016 @ 7:36am
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We got greenlit!
For those out there who are dreading that all intimidating driving test, wanting to polish up their road skills for a drive through or are looking to improve on their existing driving skills to avoid getting points on their license – Driving Megapolis 3D offer a viable solution. A cut above the rest and specifically designed for European roads and the rules around it, this simulator is designed to be used on a PC.

Boasting a host a features the simulator is designed to be interactive and also is a learning opportunity. The uniquely built in ability of the simulator, which tracks you're driving mistakes along the way and highlights them across clearly gives you the chance to improve upon them. Fully packed with a bunch of scenarios, the Drive Megapolis 3D simulator comes with a series of thirty missions each one more exciting than the last and each one designed to fulfill an objective add that to the function which offers a choice between a manual and auto transmission car and you're pretty much on your way.

Along with which the designers have also built in various options which include a host of vehicles and terrains from which you can choose from – a total of seventeen in fact. Additionally it also has real life functions including simulated design which means the roads will be busy with trams and buses – meaning if you live in a busy city around Europe you can expect the same scenery from the simulator as well.

Minimum system requirements at present is win7 dx10 capable gpu
Recommended win8.1(gtx760) 8gb free space


30 missions. Objectives include parking, stopping and standing, entering and exiting the box, driving around tightly parked cars, driving to destinations, "do not damage the cargo" and others.
17 vehicles to drive and increasing over time! They include front, rear, 4x4 cars, buses, trucks and 19 additional modded traffic cars.
City, mountain and off-road maps to explore.
You can also encounter trams, trains and trolleybuses in addition to the above vehicles on the road.
You can pick up passengers in buses.
Realistic clutch, stalls and engine simulation unique to each vehicle
Realistic physics and weather affect conditions on different types of roads
People and animals that will react according to your driving skills

logitech g25/g27/g29 compatible and can be calibrated to support other steering wheels.
3 monitor setup are also available.
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Y0ugl3☻ Sep 4, 2016 @ 5:27pm 
good :)
kif  [author] Aug 24, 2016 @ 1:42pm 
The game got greenlit and is available here
Herr Peter Aug 8, 2016 @ 7:33am 
Just bought on yesterday, and I hope the game will be greenlit soon :)
@d2_deathlok Aug 7, 2016 @ 4:40am 
Nice game))
Add to favorite for my stream on twitch))
larry555203 Aug 5, 2016 @ 10:10pm 
when this game on stream game i like to buy it
Gira Aug 4, 2016 @ 6:46pm 
@Karl Pilkington unless some big youtuber or press find a game under the pile of bunch of games on Greenlight, those games are dead after first day or two on front page. People advertise games. And Valve recommend to devs to advertise games. What I meant by "pushing" is letting people know it exist. Because games alone can't do much without advertisement, on both Greenlight and after they are released on Steam.
Karl Pilkington Aug 4, 2016 @ 2:54pm 
"People need to advertise their games to push them"

This is a sick mentality. Stop pushing waves after waves of garbage and maybe we wouldn't have 2000 games on greenlight, which by the way, are all crap or else they would get noticed.
Gira Aug 4, 2016 @ 2:15pm 
@Karl Pilkington I just put ad for this game in my giveaway to help this dev. In my opinion, game is not bad, it's just, there are more than 2000 games on Greenlight. People need to advertise their games to push them. What you see on a giveaway is an ad, which only requires you to visit the page. There is also a disclosure in giveaway description explaining that. Nobody is breaking any rules or giving keys for votes. That's insane.
kif  [author] Aug 4, 2016 @ 2:09pm 
@Karl Pilkington we don't give keys for votes, we just put ad in a giveaway, in which people are required to visit our page, not to vote or do anything else.
Karl Pilkington Aug 4, 2016 @ 10:56am 
free key for votes = bad game