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I just released a free pre-alpha version of PC Building Simulator. Help me test it for bugs!

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Hey everyone!

Big announcement today, I have release the pre-alpha version of PC Building Simulator, meant for testing everything out and finding bugs.

You can see videos of the progress I made on the game on this playlist from newest to oldest.

This is the last one, a short gameplay teaser of the game, so you know how it looks and works.


- Accurately sized 3D models of components.

- Accurate interactions between them. Everything has a slot where it installs just like it would in real life.

- Simple to follow tutorial that will get you started building your first computer, having components and procedures explained step by step.

- Preview build before starting to work on them in real life.

All that and much more, coming to PC Building Simulator.


I know some of the components don't make sense as choices today but I have mainly focused on getting everything to work and better and more numerous 3D models will come in the future.

Feel free to leave here any suggestions you may have, things you'd like to see in the game in the future and any bugs you encounter. I will use these to improve future versions of the game and hopefully I will, at some point in the future, have a full game for everyone to enjoy.

Link to my website:

Thank you for all your support.

Here are some screenshots from the game in case you don't want to watch the videos:

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Here you can see the main menu with the options menu. At the moment you only have the option of playing the tutorial, but the career will be coming soon.

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The tutorial is simply explained for everyone to understand and be able to follow it.

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There is visual representation for everything so it is easier for you do know what you are doing.

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The platform has controls so you can spin it around to see every part of the computer.


I don't see any point in that game. Most gamers already building PC's in real life like i do.

I see this game educational to people who are learning PC technician without previous knowledge.

The idea is original but i promise you after you build 1-2-3 PC's u gonna kinda hate it.

I would have developed it to solve software /Windows application problems and sell it to support center to be used in Training and Test for new employees (Adapting to the needs of each company).

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Well,i dont have money for pc building,this is just something i was waiting for years,simply cause i love computers and theres many people that want something like that for mostly having fun without spending thousands of dollars.

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Pretty cool!
Here's my gameplay:

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