Bus Fix 2019 And Redneck Skeet Shooting Launch On Nintendo Switch
Bus Fix 2019

Ultimate Games S.A., released two new games for the Nintendo Switch, Bus Fix 2019 and Redneck Skeet Shooting. Both budget priced games are available digitally on the Nintendo eShop.

You can grab Bus Fix 2019 for $5.99 from the Nintendo eShop, or you can get Redneck Skeet Shooting for $4.99 from the Nintendo eShop.

Both games are pretty simplistic in their design, with Redneck Skeet Shooting being a basic arcade shooter where you play as a redneck who has to skeet shoot. As you rack up points and coin you can upgrade your weapons with more powerful firepower.

Bus Fix 2019 is very much like Car Mechanic Simulator 2019, where you use the tools in a workshop to repair buses. You can get a look at the the gaemplay courtesy of Klingon Gamer.

You have to choose the right tool and then select the appropriate part on the bus to repair it. There are a variety of different buses to repair, including beat up buses from the racial war zone known as Detroit, Michigan; or fixing broken windows and damaged engines from the immigration hot spot that is London, England; or attempting to repair the downtown transportation for civilians as they attempt to flee the violence and murder committed by illegals in Los Angeles, California.

There’s nothing special about Bus Fix 2019 that you wouldn’t find in other fix-it sims currently on the market, but not many of them are on the Nintendo Switch, so I guess there’s that going for the game.

Previously Ultimate Games released the title on mobile devices a year prior, so I guess they figured why not port a copy over to the Nintendo Switch?

I imagine this will sate the attention of a few Russian and German gamers who just can’t get enough of the bus simulation buzz that keep those blokes up at night, wishing, hoping, and praying to drive simulated buses around town and repair them.

You can grab both games right now on the Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo eShop.

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