Toxtronyx Interactive and Aerosoft recently tried getting into the European truck simulation, a sub-genre set within the slice-of-work routine that was popularized by SRS Software and the Euro Truck series. Toxtronyx’s On The Road takes gamers through more than 1500 kilometers of European roadway spanning seven cities of northern Germany, including Hamburg, Bremen, and Berlin. If you want to cheat your way through the game because you don’t feel like playing by the rules, there are some new cheats available for you.
You can download the On The Road cheat trainer from the Megadev.info page.
The trainer contains the following options:
So if you’re wondering what’s up with the anti-cheat options, such as resetting your money to zero or taking all your fuel away, it’s noted on the trainer page that these are considered “Hardcore” options. Essentially if you feel as if the game isn’t challenging enough, you can use these cheats to make things more difficult and really give yourself the kind quagmire that will require an expert set of driving skills to overcome.
As for the game itself, YouTuber Jimmy Dali published a video covering one of the more recent updates along with some gameplay to give you an idea of what On The Road is like.
Keep in mind that On The Road is still in Early Access, and while the game sports more than 1450km of motorway and 320km of country road spanning seven cities, there are still 11 more cities that the developers have plans on adding, including Cologne, Dortmund, and Munich.
You’ll have access to a number of vehicles with realistic operations, such as service modes, solo drives, and MAN TipMatic transmission. The goal of the game is to fund your own trucking company from the ground up and become a cross-country force to be reckoned with.
Toxtronyx has plans on keeping On The Road in Early Access between five and six months, so it should be wrapping up its run at some point at the end of the third quarter of 2018. You can learn more about the game by visiting Steam store page, where it’s available for $17.99.
Of course, I can’t help but mention that it’s impossible for me to read the name of the game and not instantly start singing along to the Willie Nelson song.