Jalopy, the genre-defining road trip game, launches as a full release. Exiting Early Access after almost two years of major content updates, polish and bug fixes, Jalopy version 1.0 (Windows PC) has been released – bringing with it Steam trading cards, and full translation for eighteen languages.
Take a look at the brand new launch trailer for a deep dive into the management and simulation game’s gameplay mechanics.
This full release brings Jalopy to wide new audiences, with full translations for eighteen languages dropping on 28th March.
As of version 1.0, Jalopy will now be available in the following languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, Hungarian, Chinese (Simplified), Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish, Slovakian, Romanian, Croatian
Early Access Road Trip
Since Jalopy’s Early Access launch in April 2016, the game has evolved meaningfully based on community feedback. The countries Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Turkey have all been added since Jalopy’s debut, massively expanding the world in which players embark on road trips.
A number of game-changing mechanics were added and refined throughout Early Access, including various tire types to combat various driving conditions, a fully operating internal dashboard, the ability to customize the Jalopy with paint jobs and decals, a scrapyard to break into and salvage parts, and even the beloved Uncle, a unique character that fully narrates players’ journey through the former Eastern Bloc, with tales of his time there.
Navigate miles of tire changing, fuel burning, carburetor 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 tires, 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 carburetor will determine how your car performs on the open road.