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The game is available in German, English, French, Hungarian and Polish. The manuals themselves are only available in German, English and French however. It's worth noting that even though the game may be in another language, game crashes and bugs will appear in German.
There are three manners to play the game: mouse and keyboard, controller or with a steering wheel. The first option is readily available to use; the latter two need to be activated and configured to function properly.
First you would need to make sure that either the controller or steering wheel are being registered by the game by going to the Game Controller tab in the Option menu. The tab will demonstrate all the controllers that are registered to the game along with its configurations.
Once it's registered and configured, go to the Keyboard tab in the Option menu to change the key bindings accordingly. There are a lot of bindings so make sure to remember what keys you choose for certain functions.
NOTE: There have been cases where people build dashboards of the buses. If interested, check out the following YouTube videos:
During the 80s and 90s, the German Mark was the official currency for Germany after the reunification. Eastern Germany used its own mark called the Ostmark or Eastmark, but changed over to the German Mark afteward.
Germany currency consists of two components: pfennigs and marks.
Pfennig: 1, 2, 5, 10, and 50
Mark: 1, 2, and 5
To convert between pfennig and marks, note that there are 100 pfennigs per mark.
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