Ever wanted to get your hands dirty with some good old fashion Workshop activities without actually having to get your hands dirty? Well, then Intermarum has got just the game for you with Workshop Simulator.
As the title suggests, Workshop Simulator is all about resorting items that are a bit past their prime, as you’ll use true-to-life restoration techniques to restore toys, tools, and heirlooms. The game also has an appealing narrative that unfolds while your cathartically fixing all of these items, centered around family and connection.
Some of the features that fans can look forward to in Workshop Simulator include:
- A detailed and authentic workshop
- Hammers, drills, paints and machinery are re-created in rich visual and physical detail. Workshop Simulator allows players to repair and refurbish items using a range of restoration techniques and mechanics with authentic tools and specialist equipment unlocked through gameplay.
- A heartwarming and nostalgic story
- An innocent request from your grandmother and a visit to an abandoned workshop leads to a nostalgic trip down memory lane, exploring your family’s history through the treasures passed down between generations.
- Countless vintage items to build, repair and restore
- Feel the joy of turning old into new. Take intricate vintage items and give them a second life with tactile restoration techniques. Sand, polish, paint and assemble everyday objects to turn them into their own small work of arts. Sell your works to fund better tools and more restoration opportunities
When asked about their inspirations for the game Intermarum Creative & Art Director Marcin Ksiazek had the following to say:
“We’re inspired by the world of workshop creativity and expertise you can find online,” said Ksiazek. “There is a whole community of skilled craftspeople we enjoy watching breathe new life into beautiful old objects. We want to give players a workshop of their own where they can relax and restore unwanted vintage items and precious antiques with care, detail and love. We can’t wait to see what players will create later this year!”