3D Monster Trucker Parking Simulator 2, long name isn’t it? This game is as challenging as it sounds, especially if you try to say its title five times really quickly. There are some things you can try to help you get through this game and completing it will definitely be satisfying due to the level of control and technique it takes to finish it. The methods to alleviate some of your hardships are here in this 3D Monster Trucker Parking Simulator 2 Cheats: Tips and Strategy Guide, and you thought their title was long!
1. Choose Mode
The game begins by giving you a choice of options the Normal option is the best one to pick.
At the beginning you will be given a choice of three steering controls. There is Buttons (to use buttons for left and right), Tilt (by tilting the screen the car moves left or right) and Wheel (gives you the option of having a steering wheel to manoeuvre the truck). The Wheel is the best option out of the three as it gives you a full range of motion; however this is down to preference and can be changed at any time by pressing pause on the top left hand corner of the screen.
Each mission has three stars available, which is explained how they can be obtained at the beginning. Keep this in mind when playing as a combination of all three objectives is needed in order to gain the maximum amount of stars. Also bear in mind that you gain more points for completing the missions as fast as possible.
4. Skip to next level
The game gives you an option to skip onto the next level without having to complete the current one. However you will either have to pay or watch a mandatory advert. If you do get board of the same level then skipping to the next by watching an advert could be an option to help keep the game feeling less repetitive.
5. Camera views
The game offers you three different camera angles in order to play through. It is useful to switch between these views depending on the level and the task. In accordance to this it will help to switch the visibility from time to time in order to help with the control of the truck.
6. Throttle response
A good technique to help you control the vehicle is to tap the throttle, and by timing when you should let go. Of course you have a brake to assist you when slowing or stopping, however there is a fine balance of both throttle and break that needs to be used when stopping to park and when trying to avoid a crash. When going up terrain try to balance the throttle response in relation to the steepness, and when driving over a ramp be sure to let go of the throttle once you are in the air as landing will become less predictable.