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My Summer Car PC SaveGame (450k money)

My Summer Car PC SaveGame

My Summer Car PC SaveGame (450k money)

My Summer Car PC SaveGame (450k money)

My Summer Car My Summer Car is an open world survival game in development by Finnish developer Johannes Rojola (aka TopLessGun or RoyalJohnLove) of Amistech. It was released on Steam’s Early Access program on October 24, 2016 and is expected to be out of Early Access in 2021. It is of age rating 12A.

My Summer Car is set in the fictional rural area of Peräjärvi, Finland during the summer of 1995, where the 18-year-old player character has the family home to himself while his parents are on holiday in Tenerife. The player has to assemble, restore and upgrade his father’s dilapidated Satsuma AMP (modeled after the Datsun 100A) using the car parts scattered inside the garage, as well as by purchasing new parts.

To earn money for parts, the player can perform various countryside chores for neighbours such as delivering firewood on a tractor-pulled trailer, using a vacuum truck to empty their septic tanks, making kilju (Finnish homebrew sugar wine) and selling it to an alcoholic neighbor, and picking up the aforementioned neighbor from the town pub in the early morning in exchange for a small sum of money.

After passing the Satsuma at the vehicle inspection office and installing the appropriate aftermarket parts (which can be obtained by mailing an order form to a parts dealer), the player’s car is eligible to enter a weekly amateur rallying event for a chance to win a trophy and prize money. In addition, a computer can be bought in the local convenience store for recreational purposes only.

Status:
Black Satsuma, 450k money

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