PowerWash Simulator has a perfect ten out of ten rating on Steam, and rightly so. The game is relaxing, entertaining and atmospheric in every way. Travel to new and different locations in your neighborhood and blast them clean with a high pressure water jet. Rinse and repeat indefinitely because you never get tired of power washing.
Unfortunately, however, Powerwash Simulator ends at some point, and you need something to continue with to fill that soapless void. To help you with that, here are a few other games to play once you’re done power-washing the world.
10 Viscera Cleanup Detail, a brutal cleaning simulator
If you enjoyed the powerwash simulator’s cleaning mechanics and the satisfaction of spraying away thick dirt, why not take it to the next level? Viscera Cleanup Detail is like Powerwash Simulator’s gross, gory cousin.
You and some friends, if you wish, are tasked with removing body parts, blood and other spatter from the battle left by the previous occupants of the room left behind. You will also notice that the levels are copies of famous video game levels. Have you ever wondered who cleans up after the protagonist finishes his massacre? They do.
9 Lawn mowing simulator, freedom on the open lawn
Finished the powerwash simulator and want to keep drawing clean, straight lines on the floor? With lawn mowing simulator you can do just that. This game is huge and the detail and realism reflects its gigantic file size.
Set in the UK, Lawn Mowing Simulator gives you a range of mowers to work with and gives you control over even the tiniest of settings like blade height. Cut the grass your way without anyone telling you otherwise. You are now responsible for the lawn.
8th House Flipper, available on literally anything
House Pinball is the perfect game for those who are eager to increase the satisfaction factor after completing PowerWash Simulator. House Flipper combines cleaning with painting, decorating and more. The availability on every platform, including mobile, makes this one of the most accessible simulation games on the market right now.
Like PowerWash Simulator, this game is packed with Easter eggs and references. Although the content differs from platform to platform, the goal of buying, repairing, and selling a home remains the same.
7 Farming Simulator 22 with your friends
The beauty of farming is available from the comfort of your own computer chair with the Farming Simulator series. Farming Simulator 22 features additional fun business stuff like logistics and seasonal harvests.
If running an entire farm seems daunting in this immersive simulator, you can now add a dash of extra realism by involving your close friends and family members to help you mend your vast tract of rural farmland. With dozens of vehicles to operate and an endless combination of crops to grow, it will be a long time before you tire of farming.
6 Masters of pottery, tranquility and business
Throw your own pottery in front of stunning and aesthetic backdrops in Master of Pottery, a creative simulation game. You can take part in exhibitions and carry out commission orders with your beautiful ceramic creations.
You also have the option of running your own pottery showroom with apprentices. If you often find your zen in the art of repetition and creation, this game is perfect for you. There’s nothing quite like sitting back and listening to the potter’s wheel as your art comes to life.
5 Gas Station Simulator, Retail Therapy
If you’re the type who likes to start with a fixer-upper and work your way up to success, Gas Station Simulator is a great game to continue with PowerWash Simulator. Your gas station is on a remote stretch of highway in the middle of the desert, so you’re providing an important service to those passing through.
Renovate your gas station, buy upgrades and improvements, and open the best damn convenience store the dry west has ever seen. But even customers out here in the badlands have grievances and demands, and it’s up to you to fulfill them.
4 Townscaper, virtual building blocks
Although you can’t wash everything perfectly, Townscaper is just as relaxing as PowerWash Sim. Townscaper has no goal, and there is no business or government to manage. It’s just you and your city that you build block by block as you please.
You place the blocks where you want and Townscaper does the rest for you, putting your town in place with some delightful animations. Build the castle on the islands of your dreams or build an entire neighborhood of seaside cottages.
3 Cooking simulator to light up
The Cooking Simulator published by Big Cheese Studio is gaining more and more popularity. It’s time to gather all the focus you’ve gained from relentless power washing and devote it to a new art: the art of taste.
Take the kitchen by storm and be a master chef who has memorized every recipe, or customize your kitchen’s menu to your own taste. You could also take the approach of a Steam reviewer and devote your life and soul to making soup. Seize the day and throw it in the oven.
2 Train Sim World 2, run your own fun
Taking a train can be a tranquil experience, especially when compared to driving and dealing with airports. Train Sim World 2 lets you experience the pinnacle of rail travel in crisp detail with real-world physics. There is no shortage of stunning locations to traverse on a bespoke, state-of-the-art train that is your responsibility.
Whether you like high speed trains or slow moving trains with scenic routes, this train simulator is full of fun. Now you can finally run the train as many times as you want without getting dropped again.
The computer of your dreams can sometimes be out of reach, and you can only build it once. Now there’s a simulation game that lets you build as many PCs as you want as long as you can afford it. Run your own computer workshop where you clean and repair old PCs while building new and improved ones yourself.
Take your dream PC one step further and add features that you could only have in the virtual world. Become a baron of the PC empire with detailed and creative builds while enjoying the satisfying animations and sounds as you put everything into place.
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