Introduction: Repair up is a game about working on cars. Your goal is to repair and upgrade cars and earn credits. You may use those credits to upgrade your shop, race your cars, and buy tools parts for your cars.
Vehicles: Repair up will introduce dozens of cars the players can repair for money, or upgrade and race. There will be 5 classes of vehicles: Sedan, Coupe, Sports car, Pickup, SUV. Each car will have different stats and engines. Most sedans will come in front wheel drive which makes them cheaper to buy and easier to work on. The front wheel sedans will come in L4s, V6s, and on rare occasions, V8s. Sedans will also come in RWD configurations. These include L4s, L5, L6s, V6s, V8s, V10s, and the largest engine V12s. Sports and coupes will come in a very similar configuration. The Trucks and SUVs are mostly limited to L4s, L6s, V6s, and V8s. These vehicles will also have weight, aerodynamics, reliability, and horsepower.
Vehicles will have brands that include :
Bloxler, Royota, Bloxda, Roblox Motors, Baszucki, and Rodillac.
(Chrysler, Toyota, Honda/Mazda, General Motors, Ferrari/Lamborghini,and Cadillac.)
Some brands will be known for Luxury, performance, reliability, simplicity, and economy.
Engines: You may be wondering “What are V6s, L4s, V8s, Etc” Engines are the things that can make the car go.
Inline pattern (L) A lot of cars come with a lot of inline engines (L4,L5,L6) are engines that have the pistons set up in a straight line and only have one head. These engines are the most simple and easiest to work on. Most vehicles will come in the L4 which is the most common engine design. L4s are versatile and a lot of them have different specs such as boost capacity, displacement, and horsepower. L6 is another common engine design found in most Trucks and Sports cars. These engines are some of the most versatile and easily modify-able engines in the L class. Most of these engines have a higher displacement than the L4. These engines also have the same stats that apply to them such as boost capacity, displacement, and horsepower. The L5 is the rarest L series. These engines are mostly found in sedans. These engines are the hardest to upgrade and modify due to how rare they are.
V pattern (V) A lot of cars come with a lot of V engines as well (V6,V8,V10,V12) are engines that have the pistons set up in a V pattern. These engines are a little more complicated than the L series since they have 2 heads instead of one. Most vehicles will come in a V6 which is the most common V engine type. V6’s are also versatile and a lot of them have different specs such as boost capacity, displacement, and horsepower. V8’s are also a very common engine found in most trucks and sports cars. These engines are some of the most versatile and easily modify-able engines in the V class. These usually are the engines with the most horsepower and torque. V10’s and V12’s are a less common engine pattern being found only in high-end sports cars that are specifically built for speed. They can also be found in luxury sedans. These engines are very powerful but they do not have a whole lot of tuning capability.
These engines also come in Dual overhead cam (DOHC) which is the most common. Single overhead cam (SOHC) which is less common than DOHC. There are also pushrod engines that are for V8’s.
Transmissions: Most cars come with a transmission whether it’s automatic, manual, or CVT. Automatics and CVTs are the most common engines. CVTs do not shift gears as they do not have gears. Manuals are the least common. Manuals will come in 4,5,6 speeds. Manuals require some skill in order to use them perfectly.
Shops: There are shops in the game that the player works and modifies cars in. These shops can be upgraded and they can be expanded for more room to work on cars. Shops are expensive and upgrading them costs a lot of player credits. These shops are also used to store tools. The shops will have a grid-like pattern to place lifts, tool carts, compressors, and much more. Shops can have thousands of layouts.
Driving and racing: Repair up is a car game and most cars are meant to be driven. The stats of the car and the current environment affect how players can handle these cars. This game will include an oversteer mechanic. Cars that are front wheel drive will have more oversteer versus a car with all wheel drive or rear wheel drive configurations. Most cars will come in Automatic or CVT transmissions which makes them the easiest cars to drive. The gears will change on their own and require no player interaction. However there are cars that have manual transmissions. These cars require a small amount of skill to be drive-able. The gears cannot change by themselves and thus require player interaction to change these gears. There will also be official races that the players can enter. These races will show what the player’s car stats are along with the player’s stats. Some Official races have certain requirements. Some cars are required to have a certain part installed to make them race-able. EX: Cars with manual transmissions are only allowed in manual races.
Vehicle editing and modification: Repair up is a game that focuses on vehicle repair and modification. Vehicles in the game need to be repaired and parts will break over time. When working on vehicles some parts require other parts to be removed or adjusted. Ex. Alternator cannot be removed without removing a serpentine or accessory belt. Players cannot work on some cars without the special tools needed to repair certain parts. Cheap performance parts are available but a lot of them are unreliable and they come with no instructions on how to install.
This is a normal engine bay with no player interaction.
In this picture the player has selected the “Valve Cover” There would be a mini menu that’d pop up that has 3 options. Those 3 options are to close the minimenu, inspect the “Valve Cover”, and remove the “Valve Cover”.
-Inspect -Remove *
This is what it looks like when a player has removed the “Valve Cover” part has been removed. The last part a player has removed will be highlighted in yellow.
This is where a player is trying to remove a part that cannot be removed due to a part blocking the way.
The player has selected the “Exhaust Manifold”.
The exhaust manifold will flash neon red indicating that it cannot be removed.
When the part cannot be removed and the player does not know what parts to remove, they can turn on a “hint” mode and it will highlight the parts that are needed to be removed.
A player has selected the “Intake filter” and has the intention of modifying the air intake.
When aftermarket performance parts are installed on a car they increase the stats of the car. The last aftermarket part that has been installed by the player will be highlighted blue.
Player help: Since many players do not know how to work on cars, each vehicle brand provides a repair manual for every make and model. This is a cover page to a repair manual. These manuals are free for the player.
Sometimes repair manuals are not enough or they can be time consuming to look at. There is a “Hint” mode that can be toggled that will highlight parts that need to be removed or replaced for a job in a pink shade.
EX oil change:
Tools: Tools are a major thing needed to work on cars. Without tools how can cars be maintained and worked on? Tools can be very expensive and some cars require specialty tools to be able to be worked on. Some tools require other shop equipment to be effective. Ex: An air impact gun needs an air compressor to be able to take off bolts.
Multiplayer: Multiplayer is one of the biggest aspects of this game. Multiplayer allows for players to show off their cars to others, anong with being able to race other players with different cars. Players can also work together on a car as some jobs require 2 players to install a part of a car such as an engine.