Finally, A Decent PC Building Simulator Game

March 29, 2018

This is the launch trailer for PC Building Simulator (available on Steam HERE), a $20 gaming simulator in which, you guessed it -- you build your own PCs (it's actually surprisingly in-depth as you buy components, build, diagnose, and repair PCs on your way to developing your own computer repair enterprise). They've even teamed up with a bunch of real-world hardware manufacturers so you're putting real make-believe components in your computers. The rabbit hole: I think we've reached the bottom of it. Obviously, I'm going to build the sickest gaming rig that's ever existed, then print out a giant picture of it and tack it to the ceiling above my bed between the Ferrari and Vanna White posters. It's my vision board.

Keep going for the promo video.

Thanks to Floaty, who plans on building a simulation of his existing computer, then using that simulation to build a simulation of it, and on and on forever until the end of time, which will probably be pretty soon.

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  • sampathjai

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  • TheQiwiMan

    Game-ified education is awesome when done well! I'd "play" it just to learn this skill.

  • Vince Hjerpe

    my computer can't run this game...
    and I would get a better computer to run it, but I don't know a lot about building computers. FML

  • shashi

    was gonna upvote your comment until realising you already did it for me

  • Vince Hjerpe

    I only did it because I'm fucking hilarious

  • GeneralDisorder

    You should definitely break into a gamer's house and steal their computer.

  • Jonathan Tippett

    People behave like building a PC is some great feat. The hardest part is picking out parts, as far as the parts themselves you just kinda plug and play.

  • Bling Nye

    I haven't built a computer since the mid-90's... is risk of frying shit with accidental static electricity discharge still a thing or have they made parts pretty much immune to that now?

  • PlaysWithWolves

    I hadn't built a PC since probably the late '90s, but recently built a new one. I think an anti-static wrist band or first touching metal inside the case is still considered best practice.

  • TheQiwiMan
  • Jonathan Tippett

    Where'd you find that picture of me?

  • GeneralDisorder

    Holy shit this is brilliant! If they don't release it for Android what's the point?

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