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About Automation

"In Automation you will be placed in control of a newly founded car company starting in the post-war era of 1946. You will be responsible for designing your cars from scratch – from the chassis and the engine to its body styling. Your goal is to meet the needs of different markets and various types of buyers. You will need to research new technology to keep ahead of your competitors and expand your company.

While there have been numerous great racing games focused on the thrill of racing, there have been very few games about the cars themselves. This is where Automation is different. Not only will you enjoy the freedom to design cars that look how you want, but you will also be responsible for the technical aspects such as creating your own engines. Benchmark your creations and watch their components in action while you are provided with realistic specifications and performance figures.

Easy to understand descriptions will help you optimize your car designs, even without prior car or engine knowledge."[1]

Core features

In-Depth Engine Design  •  Detailed Car Design  •  Multiplayer Campaigns
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The game is developed by Camshaft Software, an indie start-up based in Wellington New Zealand.

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