Big Rig Truck Stop Parking

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Big Rig Truck Stop Parking Instructions

Whether you are playing a parking game where you are driving and maneuvering a car, an 18 wheeler truck, or even a cruise ship, the controls for parking games are almost the same. For just about anything, you need to use your keyboard - the arrow or directional keys to be more specific: (1) Press the up arrow key to go forward and hold it down to accelerate. (2) The left and right arrow keys are for steering to either direction. (3) And lastly, to go reverse and slow down, press the down arrow key and hold on to it. The same control scheme works with Big Rig Truck Stop Parking (quite a long title if you'd ask me). Anyway, with the controls taken care of, let's take a closer look at the game...

Big Rig Truck Stop Parking Walkthrough

OK, here's the story in Big Rig Truck Stop Parking: you are the owner of the only truck stop in existence... and this truck stop offers valet parking. Sounds good? At first sight yeah, it sure does. HOWEVER, a closer look reveals that it really isn't the smartest thing to do. BUT then, things are what they are now. Before the sun sets, you need to park every truck that arrives... all by yourself! (Told you it isn't so smart) Are you fast enough to park all of those trucks? There's only one way to find out - play Big Rig Truck Stop Parking!

Finding the correct parking area is NOT a huge issue in this game. It is indicated by a blinking yellow light in the parking area. HOWEVER, getting the truck parked IS an issue. You see, you are only given 60 seconds to get the job done. YES, 60 seconds to park all of the cars. Ok, I'll be honest, there's no way you can do that, and that means you cannot finish this game. Nah, you cannot beat it. You will lose for sure - either the 60 second time limit runs out or you bump into an obstacle (which is an instant game over). The good news, however, is that if you did exceptionally well within the 60 second time limit, you get to post your score and your name in the score boards. I don't know about you BUT I'd take extra bragging rights over nothing any time of the day... 24/7!

As you can tell, this is one of those games that don't have a lot of replay value. Play it once, see how far you go, and that's it. Maybe you can give it a go during a boring hour at work... score as high as you can, get back to work, and play it again when things get dull. It's not spectacular or award winning, BUT it's enough to stave off boredom when it's killing you.

As for the trucks themselves, they are pretty responsive... and accelerate fast. If you have played 18 Wheeler Challenge before, you will be surprised at how good the trucks in this game accelerates. At the same time, HOWEVER, this can work against you. I remember holding on to the up directional key very long and the truck accelerating really fast towards that parking space. When I was near the edge, I pressed the down directional key to slow down the truck...BUT to no avail. The next thing I knew, I heard a crashing sound and I scored nothing... nil!

Graphics wise, it's OK. It's very average in it's design, which I think is common among free online games (whether it's a parking game or something else). And I think this is good. The FPS of the game is quite laggy and I can only imagine how it would feel if the resolution and graphics design was higher and more elaborate.

So what are you staring at? Get off this page and start parking those trucks!