This is a ragdoll physics-inspired driving game where you are placed in charge of a tractor tasked with shipping food from farm to factory. Complete deliveries on schedule to make money. Make sure to drive carefully as you don’t want too much of your cargo falling out. Make as much money as you can by traveling down the road as fast as you can.
Go from the farm to the factory with much of your cargo intact.
Upgrade your truck to improve its performance.
Complete all 180 levels
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Tractor Mania Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Earn money by delivering items to the factory. Upgrade your tractor to improve your overall profitability.
Starting the Game
Select the play button once the game loads to open the welcome screen.
On the welcome screen, select the play button to begin.
Select the enlarge button on the bottom left corner of the screen to switch between windowed and full screen modes.
On the bottom right corner are the following items, from left to right:
Select the music button to turn the game’s music on and off.
Select the speaker button to do the same with the game’s audio effects.
Select the flag on the top left corner to change the game’s language.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress and best level ratings.
With your keyboard:
Use the W key or up arrow key to move forward.
Use the S key or down arrow key to move in reverse.
Use the A and D keys or the left and right arrow keys to tilt.
Use the space bar to brake.
Use the X key to use the turbo.
With your fingers
Tap on the tilt buttons to tilt
Tap on the accelerator to move forward.
Tap on the reverse gear to move backward.
Tap on the brakes to stop.
Tap on the turbo button to activate the turbo.
Controls and indicators
Top row (top-down):
Top left corner
Progress bar: Measures the distance you need to travel to reach the factory
Top right corner:
Bottom row (left to right):
Levels are unlocked in sequence:
You start with only the first level unlocked.
Finish one level to unlock the next.
Finishing one level automatically loads the next one.
There are 180 levels in this game.
Unlike in other level-based games, a level is locked when you finally finish it.
You can’t replay previously beat levels to try to earn a better score on them.
Deliver as many items to the factory as you can.
You have 2 minutes to complete the delivery on early levels, though the level timer grows as you progress through the game and have longer journeys.
At the start of each level, your trailer is parked close to the farm’s sorting machine.
The sorting machine will drop several pieces of produce onto the trailer.
To succeed, make sure as much of the contents in the trailer reach the factory as possible.
It is possible at this stage for some of the produce to fall out. Keep as much of them there as possible by making sure the tractor stays still.
The numbers in the upper right corner indicate how many pieces of produce
A traffic light near the beginning of the level guides you when it is ok to move.
Move the tractor up and down hilly terrain.
Don’t move too fast to prevent spillage.
Tilt the tractor’s trailer to minimize spillage when passing through steep inclines.
Upgrading your tractor & trailer
Using the money you’ve earned, you can upgrade your current tractor and, eventually, buy better tractors and trailers.
Three other tractors for sale cost 5,000, 7,500, and 10,000.
Three other trailers for sale cost 2,000, 3,500, and 6,000.
You can upgrade the following items on your tractor:
On the first tractor the upgrade cost schedule is:
Engine 310, 375, 480, 620
Gearbox 330, 440
Tires 50, 90, 160
Boost 500, 800, 1,200
Fuel 50, 110, 180, 250
Restart on errors
Levels give you plenty of time to beat them, but you can not replay a level you have already beat.
This means that if you do poorly on a level you should consider refreshing your web browser to replay the level before you get to the end of it.
The name of this game is keeping as much produce as possible in the trailer.
Some levels have large produce which nearly fill the trailer, while other levels have smaller produce. Where produce is large and fills the trailer you have to drive slower.
If you are going up a hill and the produce is near the back of the basket sometimes letting off the accelerator can cause the produce to move forward slightly.
When you get to the bottom of the hill and flatten out it can make sense to tap the gas a bit to prevent produce from falling forward out of the trailer.
As a rule of thumb, when you are on flat land you can go full speed, but whenever you have changes in elevation you should go slower to lower the physic impacts of the change in angle.
As far as upgrades go the boost upgrade is rather pointless since using it could cause you to lose more produce.
The most important thing to upgrade is the trailer as it gives you more flexibility in not losing produce.
The lowest cost trailer costs 2,000, so it can make sense to upgrade the tires, gearbox and engine early to help make your ride a bit smoother until you can afford a trailer.
The game is suited for players who like simple driving games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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