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Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Automation is becoming an increasingly important societal issue around the world, increasing the efficiency and decreasing costs of production of goods, while also having the consequence displacing the workers that had once produced those goods. Job Simulator takes place in a future where all work has been taken over by this technology but does not necessarily explore the politics of this issue or offer solutions to its accompanying challenges. Instead, however, Job Simulator uses AI and automation as a lens through which to parody the modern workplace, creating a very relatable and funny story built around tropes of the modern workplace. In Job Simulator, you play as a human entering a simulated museum of what work was like before automation had taken over, or at least what the AI imagines human jobs to have been. There are four jobs to choose from, including office worker, gourmet chef, convenience store clerk, and auto mechanic. Once you select a job, you complete a series of tasks related to that job, using the Oculus Touch controllers to handle and interact with objects in the environment. The environments are cleverly laid out, placing all necessary objects within convenient reach from wherever you are standing. Stations in some of the environments have multiple selectable modes that will change the function of that station. For example, in the gourmet chef stage, the refrigerator can be swapped with a pantry by the use of a lever, and the sink can be changed to a sandwich prep area. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

This clever use of space gives a nice room-scale feel to the game, while not requiring a lot of space in which to play the game. The flexibility can get somewhat annoying in later jobs, however, as the frequency in which these stations need to be changed increases, and there are many more options from which to choose. The Auto Mechanic stage requires constant toggling of two different stations to make the required fixes to the cars the robotic characters bring to you. However, the tasks that the game requires you to perform all revolve around the manipulation of objects in the environment and can sometimes start to become tedious late in each stage. Using the Oculus Touch controllers to interact with the world behaves as expected and works exactly like handling objects in the Quest First Steps tutorial. There are a few surprising interactions with some of the objects in the world, though. Pulling the trigger button while holding a stapler shoots staples like a gun, and a copier can be used to copy any object in the area, not just images on paper. However, throughout my playtime, I did encounter some instances of the controllers losing tracking, causing my virtual hands to float in midair in an unexpected position. Even more jarring, at one point the headset itself seemed to lose its tracking, leaving me feeling like there was an earthquake, but a quick restart of the software solved that problem.

Throw a stapler at your boss!

While the audio in the game is sparse, there is a good amount of well-voiced dialogue from the robot characters. There is not much of a soundtrack to the game, but there are a few music CDs hidden in the world that can be popped into in-game CD players to listen to the original songs on them. Not every joke in Job Simulator is a winner, but enough of the humor lands to enhance the enjoyability of the gameplay. The jokes are mostly based around the world being a computer’s interpretation of the jobs humans used to perform, and this concept remains strong throughout the game. For example, many of the books and objects throughout the world contain readable cover texts that contain extra jokes for players that care to inspect them, and the interactions with some objects also tie into this concept, such as a computer whose only keys are ‘0’ and ‘1’. These gags are delivered with a crisp, cartoony graphical style that pops on the Oculus Quest, and enhances the humor of the game, especially in its more slapstick moments. Once Job Simulator has been completed, there is a bit of replay value from some additional modifiers that change up the experience. There is also an infinite score-based mode in Infinite Overtime mode, which changes some of the layouts of the game’s areas, and gives you a string of randomly generated objectives, tracking the number you complete. Eliza Switch NSP

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Even with these modes, the replay potential is limited, but this game is perfect for friends and family new to VR, so Job Simulator will likely have some additional value as a “show off” game. Overall, Job Simulator is an enjoyable experience, but its brief length and somewhat low replay value limit its lasting appeal. The humor mostly works and adds a lot of enjoyment to a game that mostly revolves around simple manipulation of in-game objects. Despite its shortcomings, Job Simulator is a perfect game for the Oculus Quest’s launch, and, like Beat Saber or Racket: Nx, it’s a great pick-up-and-play experience for players new to virtual reality. VR Simulation games, and simulation games in general, have covered a gamut of real world jobs and situations and in recent years they have delved into some bizarre areas from Forklift operators and managing a graveyard. Job Simulator aims to marry the concept of job simulation game types and bizarre antics and create a unique bit of fun along the way. In Job Simulator, you take on a job in one of four jobs: Gourmet Chef, Office Worker, Convenience Store Clerk, and an Automotive Mechanic. Each job has a variety of mission based tasks and once you complete the main missions you unlock an infinite mode where you can just play and do whatever you want within the job space. Office Worker takes a boring job of being a worker in an office cubicle tasked with a variety of mundane tasks in unique interactive ways. Your office space has a computer, printer/copier, file cabinet, coffee maker, trash, doughnuts, and more.

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In your first day at the office, you move through jobs that include hiring and firing employees, making a presentation, making copies and other office tasks. During your office work other employees will drop in on you to give you your jobs, see how your day is going, and the memorable employee that was mad at you for firing him. The office cubicle has a lot of interactive things to play with like throwing paper aeroplanes at people, shaking a magic 8 ball and making copies of every object possible on your printer. As a Gourmet Chef, you will take food orders from patrons and make food items like sandwiches, shakes, cakes, and put out fires. At one point a special guest comes in desiring a song to be played on the boombox as you prepare an engagement meal where you will hide a ring in. There are a lot of interactive elements within your kitchen such as a revolving refrigerator/pantry where you will find cold drinks and dry goods, respectively. The sink, microwave, blender area is also unique in how you can switch between the different kitchen appliances to complete the various meals you need to make. Robot patrons will walk through the restaurant cheering and jeering your service, completed meals, and timeliness when it comes to your service. Just like in Office Worker you can cause trouble within your kitchen by creating meals made of odd food collaborations like cookies, broccoli, and a slice of bread. Dead Alliance 

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The Automotive Mechanic drops you into a shop where you are tasked with fixing vehicles for town residents. You interact with the garage door chain to open up the shop and wait for a resident to bring their car or truck in so that you can assess the needs and get to work. The wall in your shop has a lever that allows you to switch between various items like Tires, Fluids, Decorations, and Gifts. You can also paint the vehicles that come into your shop to fix them up for their owners. You can open up the hood of the vehicles, pour in fluids from off the shelf, replace batteries, and switch out air filters. There are neat interactions like shaking an air filter to clean it out, or placing pine tree air fresheners on the rearview mirror to enhance a cars ‘smell’ and clean it out for the driver. The characters you run into are colourful and have a variety of personalities and desires when it comes to fixing up their autos. I found the fourth job simulation, the Convenience Store Clerk to be somewhat shallow and also short in terms of the actual gameplay that was asked of me in regards to interacting with the store patrons. There are two areas that can be changed via a dial, such as the fridge, freezer, safe, and snack and a second dial that operates the hot dogs, display case, jump sizing items, and the slushie machine. These added enough difference to the tasks you needed to complete, but ultimately weren’t used to their fullest, in my opinion, in comparison to the other jobs.

Aggressively chug coffee and eat questionable food from the trash!

One of the greatest things about virtual reality is the way it invites you to reach out and touch objects that aren’t really there, and gives you the ability to do impossible things with them. Job Simulator is an excellent demonstration of that potential, putting you in mundane situations and letting you have cartoony fun with them. In four different colorful recreations of menial job scenarios, you’re given things to do: Eat a doughnut. Make soup. Fix a car. Ring up customers. That sort of thing. What makes doing all this stuff fun instead of actual work is that the robots who are running this recreation of human society don’t understand or don’t care how you do it, as long as you follow a very literal description of the task. So there’s plenty of room for doing creative and ridiculous things, and lots of absurd tools to do them with. Each of the jobs (office worker, gourmet chef, convenience store clerk, and automotive repairman) has its own series of tasks that’ll take at least 15 minutes to get through. They go longer if you spend some time just messing around – which you absolutely should. The fun of Job Simulator comes from combining objects in goofy ways, testing to see if the developers have thought of what might happen when you put dish soap in a smoothie in the restaurant or when you put your hand on a copy machine or throw everything you can find at a robot.

It’s really impressive how many things they’ve anticipated and come up with funny reactions for your actions, and how interactive all of these environments are. Every drawer or cabinet opens, and there’s usually something fun to play with hidden there. Because Job Simulator is always encouraging us to experiment, I quickly ran into the main limitation of the PlayStation Camera that’s used to track your hand movements. First, unless your camera is very well positioned, some of the cabinets and items placed below waist level can be hard to grab because they’re right on the edge of the viewing range. Anything dropped on the floor automatically warps back to the table in front of you, which mercifully prevents you from having to try to reach the floor (but will sometimes create big piles that are hard to get rid of). Plus, though there’s rarely anything going on behind you, trying to turn all the way around and interact with something will make your hands vanish because your body gets between them and the camera. The other thing that slows it down is that at the end of the day Job Simulator is effectively one joke stretched out over four different scenarios. It wears a bit thin after awhile. There’s some funny dialogue and some good gags, but not really enough to sustain it for a long play session by yourself. So this is a game that’s best played with some friends, swapping out who’s playing and having everyone else shouting suggestions from the couch. The audience gets to watch the goofiness play out on the TV as the player pantomimes the action, and that’s a good time for everybody.

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Job Simulator Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The humour is plentiful though from a coworker needing to use a newspaper or magazine because the restroom is out of toilet paper to being held at ‘banana point’ by Bandit Bot that wants all the cheddar from the safe…literally. These interactions are humorous though they fall a little flat. It would have been neat to see the bot characters used more fully in other jobs and neat callbacks to how you do your job location to location, but maybe the nature of Job Simulator doesn’t allow for that in depth crossover. The real fun from Job Simulator is completing the tasks in the most insane and creative ways possible. When I watched my daughters play the game they had fun throwing food and items at restaurant goers and office employees and making items jumbo size before handing them off to store patrons. Some interactions were janky, like items on the floor would magically zip up to your hand if you got close to them, which was nice since you don’t really want to be banging into the floor with your Touch Controllers. Job Simulator is surely a game to be played within groups of friends watching each other interact, casting to a tv, tablet, or phone and just plain having fun watching how different people solve different tasks. Some of the work that needs to be done is linear in fashion and the initial ‘mission’ structure does beg to be played through at least once.Zero Caliber VR

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