Cut, sand, clean, paint, and assemble old things in Workshop Simulator‘s peaceful realm of restoration.
Intermarum, a Polish developer, revealed today their new forthcoming product, Workshop Simulator, which will be released on PC this autumn. Players will use true-to-life tools and technical craft to create and restore old toys, tools, furniture, and pieces of art, all while experiencing a sentimental tale of family history and days gone by.
Turn old vintage family items into something new
Workshop Simulator provides players with a pleasant and creative experience that focuses on the intricate and gratifying nature of tools and craft, accompanied by a beautiful and nostalgic tale about lessons in patience and kindness passed down through generations.
Feel the thrill of transforming something old into something fresh. An innocent request from your grandma and a visit to an abandoned factory set the stage for a sentimental journey down memory lane, discovering your family’s past via artifacts passed down through generations.
Tactile restoration techniques are used to give complex antique artifacts a second life. Sand, polish, paint, and assemble common things to create their own little works of art. Players in Workshop Simulator may repair and refurbish things utilizing a variety of restoration techniques and mechanisms, as well as real tools and specialized equipment earned via gameplay.
“We’re inspired by the world of workshop creativity and expertise you can find online,” said Marcin Książek, Creative & Art Director at Intermarum.
“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!” he added.
Workshop Simulator launches on PC via Steam on October 25.