Modojo: Touch Mechanic Review

If you ever wanted to become a master mechanic without setting foot inside a smelly body shop, Touch Mechanic may intrigue you. It takes the complications of fixing a sports car (or another vehicle of choice) and puts it into a format similar to Atlus' Trauma Center games. It's a good idea, but the game needs some serious fuel injection.

You begin just like a young up-and-comer would, stepping into the garage for the first time and learning the ropes on how to fix cars. You'll have access to a number of tools, from basic stuff like hammers and screwdrivers to more complicated devices like an electric sander. An older, wiser tutor guides you through each stage, filling you in on what needs to be done with each car and then letting you have at it.

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