Activities theme

Player can or must repair mechanical, electronic or otherwise artificial entities.

Terrorpods (Atari ST)
ST 1987
Terrorpods (Amiga OCS)
OCS 1987
World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition (Xbox 360)
X360 2014-08-12
The Precursors (Windows)
WIN 2009-12-04
Anomaly 2 (Windows)
WIN 2013-05-15
PlanetSide 2 (Windows)
WIN 2012-11
PlanetSide 2 (PlayStation 4)
PS4 2015-06-23
Frontlines: Fuel of War (Windows)
WIN 2008-02
Eschalon: Book II (Mac OS X)
OSX 2010-05-26
ARK: Survival Evolved (Windows)
WIN 2017-08-29
Homeworld (Windows)
WIN 1999-09-01
StarCraft: Brood War (Windows)
WIN 1998-12-18

The first video game about Repairing was released on March 1984.

Trendy Entertainment, Blizzard Entertainment and Muse Games has published most of these games

For strategy games this mainly means that player can either build and control engineers or similar or player can direct units to return to some structure or place where they are repaired.

For most other games this means the player has knowledge how to repair machines, or can otherwise restore them to better working order.

As opposed to picking up automatic repair kits or similar.

* Repairing buildings or other such structures should not be included.

Parent group

Interaction: Vehicles


Windows 53
Linux 21
Mac OS X 8
X360 6
Android 4
PS3 3
iOS 3
PS4 2
Amiga 2
Atari ST 2
Pandora 2
Amstrad CPC 1
PS2 1
Nintendo DS 1
Internet Only 1
Apple II E 1
ZX Spectrum 1
Xbox One 1
C64 1
Tandy Coco 1

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