A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

Dive into soft body physics

Rigs of Rods is a sandbox-style vehicle simulator

What makes Rigs of Rods different to most simulators is its unique soft-body physics model: vehicles, machines, objects, etc. are simulated in real-time as flexible soft-body objects, giving the simulation an extremely accurate behavior which entirely depends on the physical construction of the vehicles or objects you create.

Entirely Free and Open Source

Community driven and developed, anyone can join and contribute

Important notes:

Rigs of Rods isn't a beginner-friendly game, so I recommend to read the Beginner's Guide first:  https://rigsofrods.cf/gameplay/beginners-guide/

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Windows release candidate with Contentpack 2 GB
Version 0.4.8.0-RC4 55 days ago
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Windows release candidate 104 MB
Version 0.4.8.0-RC4 56 days ago
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Linux release candidate 110 MB
Version 0.4.8.0-RC4 Feb 14, 2019

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how can i get this on my mac

The game does not currently support MacOS. The only way is to run the Windows version using Wine.

its a good game!

i have it downloaded but i cant play it. Help?

Post your issue on the support forum.

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Is this 64 bit only or is there a 32 bit version because I'm running 32 bit windows 7 (currently only) so I was wondering is it playable?

You can download the installer from our home page which supports both 32-bit and 64-bit.

What eve

Can you put this on Mac?

The game does not currently support MacOS. The only way is to run the Windows version using Wine.

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now its playable ^^

love it

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I used to play the 4.7.0 version

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I remember playing this

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what is system reqs?

I have an fx 6300 and an 1060 6gb and i run at like 400 fps  if that answers your questio

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cool, thanks! i am DEFINITELY out of this party, tho

I can run it okay on my old laptop that loves to overheat. The fps can get low at times, but 1 or 2 small vehicals works fine. Just make sure you turn down all the graphics and decrease the viewing range.