Navigate miles and miles of tyre changing, fuel burning, carburettor busting, mud clattering terrain, through night and day, rain and shine. Adapt to whatever the procedurally generated world of Jalopy can throw at you.
Upgrade, maintain and care for your Laika 601 Deluxe motor vehicle. Keep close attention to everything from the state of your tyres, the condition of your engine and even the space in your trunk. Repair each aspect of your scrappy little car and install unique upgrades to deal with the changing world. Everything from cargo weight to the condition of your carburettor will determine how your car performs on the open road.
The rise of capitalism brings an economical conundrum. Scavenge for scraps to make a small return of investment, or become a baron of the open road and smuggle contraband under the eyes of border patrols to make a sizable profit.
Developer Greg Pryjmachuk worked on the Formula 1 franchise from 2009 through to 2014. In late 2014, Greg began work on this new driving simulation featuring the fictional Laika 601 Deluxe car; reminiscent of the East German “Trabbie”, it will need much love and care to keep it going on this memorable road trip!
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64bit)
- Processor: Intel Core i3 2GHz or equivalent
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 1GB memory
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 2 GB available space
I’ll be able to buff this out no problem!
Experienced a really big collision
Rite of Passage
Run out of fuel
State Denial, August 1989
Cleaned the car 50 times
Opportunity Plans, November 1989
Barrier, July 1961
Censorship, July 1977
Time, November 1989
Drive 10,000 KM
Dispense 300 Marks into the East-German economy
Hear Me Roar
Use the horn till it burns out
Dispense 350 Marks into the CSFR economy
Dispense 400 Marks into the Hungarian economy
Smuggle 6 bottles of wine through a single checkpoint
Dispense 450 Marks into the Yugoslavian economy
Dispense 500 Marks into the Bulgarian economy
Drive 50,000 KM
Dispense 550 Marks into the Turkish economy
Drive 100,000 KM
There, and back again.
Drive from Germany, to Turkey, and back to Germany in one session.
It's a Classic
Max out the odometer
Hungarian People's Republic
People's Republic of Bulgaria