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Old 11-08-2017, 11:34 AM   #1
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I just downloaded this demo: https://claudiu-kiss.itch.io/pc-building-simulator

It's a demo of a game that's being developed to simulate building a PC. You select your parts, order them, install them, etc... It's meant to be a tutorial for someone wanting to build their own PC but are unsure of themselves.

Very detailed graphics. Seems like it would be fun to play with.
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LOL, How does it simulate the RMA process? Does it just stop working for 2 weeks, and say your replacement part has been shipped from china?
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All components work first time every time so never going to be an RMA required!
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All components work first time every time so never going to be an RMA required!
how realistic... [/s]
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There are a ton of Android apps about it. I played for a while, but it gets old pretty fast.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ge.PCArchitect

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...putersimulator

I played the first one, and in that one you even have 2 stores, one with crappy stuff and the other one with cool expensive stuff. I prefer pcpartpicker if you ask me
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Well, you know, it's just a game.
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Ugh. Wouldn't want to play those games on a tiny phone or tablet screen so I'd pass on the Android apps.
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I'll give it a try. Thanks.
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Ugh. Wouldn't want to play those games on a tiny phone or tablet screen so I'd pass on the Android apps.
Maybe you can try an emulator like BlueStacks?
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