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Ship Simulator 2006

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Lighthouse / DreamCatcher
Developer: VStep

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'Ship Simulator 2006' Add-on Goes Gold - Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 31, 2007 @ 3:08 a.m. PST

Ship Simulator is the comprehensive simulator that allows players to ‘mission by mission’ master the varying boats in ever changing breathtaking 3D environments, and share performances and created levels online. Players will master the sea, when they master Ship Simulator 2006.

Lighthouse Interactive CEO Erik Schreuder said: "We're very proud to present this add-on for what has been a very good title for our company and for boating enthusiasts. We are certain it will offer fans of the growing Ship Simulator franchise an even greater simulation experience." VSTEP director Pjotr van Schothorst adds: "We listened well to the wishes of our customers. They often asked for a big cruise liner and modern cargo ship, so we created these in the add-on pack. They wanted the freedom to walk around on ships, so we added that feature to the new ships."
About Ship Simulator

Ship Simulator is a revolutionary simulation game that puts players at the helm of some of the most varied and detailed ships to be found at sea, where they will need to perform a multitude of tasks, all set within a stunning 3D environment. Players will take control of a wide array of ship types, from massive cargo ships to speedboats.

The Official Add-On for the acclaimed hit Ship Simulator 2006 gives ship simulation enthusiasts a variety of new features to enhance their experience of the best selling title as well as 6 completely new vessels (including a giant line cruiser).

The Ship Simulator Add-On is set to 'ship' into the UK and Scandinavian territories around February 16th 2007.

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