Big Rig Parking

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Rating: 4.19/5 stars (62 ratings)

Big Rig Parking Instructions

If you have played truck games, Big Rig Parking's controls shouldn't be too troublesome for you. It's easy to pick up and, within a couple of minutes of practice, you should get a hang of it. For just about anything, you only need your keyboard especially the arrow or cursor keys: (1) To drive forward, press the up arrow key. Hold it down to accelerate. (2) For steering to the left or right, the left and right cursor keys get the job done for you. (3) Last BUT not the least, if you need to go reverse or slow down, just hit the down arrow key and hold it down as long as necessary. OK, now that we have taken care of the controls, let's have a closer look at the game.

Big Rig Parking Walkthrough

Have you imagined owning the one and only truck stop in existence? Moreover, you are the only guy around who offers valet parking. Sounds like a good cash cow, doesn't' it? Indeed, it does sound like A LOT of cash. HOWEVER, giving it a closer look, offering valet parking is NOT that smart for 2 reasons: (1) It seems that the fellas in your town drive trucks ONLY, and (2) you are running a one-man army. You are the manager, the parker, etc. I told you it's not that smart of an idea! To make things even more challenging (or torturing should I say), you need to park all of those cars before the sun sets. This is the story at Big Rig Parking - one of the more popular truck games around. Are you fast and reliable enough as a driver to park those trucks in time? Well, you can talk all you want... BUT talk is cheap. There's only one good way to find out: play Big Rig Parking!

Finding the correct parking space in Big Rig Parking is not really an issue. You see, this area is indicated by a blinking yellow light in the parking area. HOWEVER, getting there on time and parking the truck correctly is a HUGE problem. First and foremost, there's a time limit: you are given only 60 seconds to park all of the trucks... and they don't seem to run out. Now to be honest, there's no way you can do that. It's impossible to finish this game no matter how good you are with parking and truck games. You will either run out of time or you will bump into something (which means game over... INSTANT game over if I may add) - whichever the case, you will surely lose. The good news, though, is that if you did well within the 60 second mark, you are given the chance to post your score together with your name at the scoreboard. Well, I'd take bragging rights over nothing no matter what time of the day and no matter what day of the week!

From the way this game is structured, you can tell that this game doesn't offer any replay value. You can play it once to see how far you go and that's about it. You can play it again to try and beat your record... rinse and repeat the process until you get tired of it. If you are having a boring day at work, you can play Big Rig Parking and get a score. Set it back when you get the motivation to work (IF you ever get it). Once you get tired of the rat race, just go back to the game to unwind. Saying that the game is top notch... that it's spectacular or award winning is like selling ice to an Eskimo (it's useless). HOWEVER, if you want something that will stave off the boredom that's killing you, Big Rig Parking can be relied upon.

As for the trucks in the game, I must say they are pretty responsive. They accelerate fast and drive smoothly. If you have played other truck games out there, you will be surprised at how good the trucks accelerate in this game. HOWEVER, this can also backfire if you are not careful. I can still remember my first shot at this game. I held the up button... darting for the parking space. When I was about to hit the edge, I pressed down the reverse and brake button to slow. BUT it was too late. The next thing I heard was a crashing sound and a whopping zero as my score.

As for the graphics department, it's quite average I'd say. This is very common in free and flash-based online games (although there are some that are so beautiful that they look like console games). Well, the graphics don't really affect the game. And I think this is good. Just imagine playing a graphically elaborate truck game... one that's so elaborate it gets laggy. I won't be surprised if you can't park a truck right. I'd rather keep it simple and very playable.

Well, enough talk fellas. Instead, play the game now and see if it's for you.