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Description

Have you ever wanted to build a gaming PC but didn't want to go through the hassle of buying components and unpacking boxes? Wouldn't the whole process be easier if you could just select your parts from a table and slot them into place with few taps? No, I'm not talking about using a custom pre-built service. The answer is PC Building Simulator, available now for download on App Store!!

The purpose of this game is to try to teach people about building PCs while still having fun. All the components have realistic look and placement!

If you’ve never built a PC but have wondered about the magical parts you can see through the perspex window your PC mystifyingly came with, this’ll help explain. Maybe it’ll give you confidence to build a real PC!

What’s New

Version 1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Ratings and Reviews

1.9 out of 5
259 Ratings

259 Ratings

Superbob246 ,

Needs More Work...

I download the free version of the game and I was not impressed. The only thing you can do is place the parts in the pc. I suggest to the owners of this game that they would allow you to actually test out the pc and, put what ever parts you want such as a 5.0GHz thread riper, GTX 2080Ti and more. That’s why I gave this game a 2 star.

Instagrxms ,

Could be better

I think the programming is very good, but it is hard to drag the parts to where you want them to go. In order to drag it a certain way, you need to continously adjust the camera a certain way. It is difficult and frustrating at times but I don’t mind it too much.

The app offers a “full version” which I assume is an ad-free version. I understand why the creator would implement this, but honestly this app is a one-and-done experience. There’s no point in paying for it. The ads aren’t irritating though, which is good. They are the typical full screen video advertisements and they appear every once in a while.

Overall, I’d rate this app a 3.5/5, but Apple only lets people rate with whole numbers. So, it’s closer to a 4 than a 3 in my opinion.

Snickledumper ,

I like it but...

I like it but theres not really much you can do, it simply allows you to pick up a block or piece and slide it in. This does have the potential to be a great app. I personally would like to be able to select different types of GPUs, CPUs, motherboards and such alongside info if the pieces so that we could learn as we simulate he building experience. Maybe even different cases and watercooling to see how it can all fit. Player selected RGB light strips for customizations. I hope the creators see this review. I love this idea of this app and hope it happens. May redownload again if I see some added features. It’s a decent app, but it has the potential to be a great app. Godspeed creators and hope you add more.

App Privacy

The developer, Mateusz Grabowski, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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