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Lawn Mowing Simulator is for individuals who are serious about grass mowing

 Lawn Mowing Simulator, as ridiculous as it may appear to others, will undoubtedly be enjoyed by some people (just look at how popular the Farming Simulator series is). And, based on the trailer released by publisher Curve Digital earlier today, the game appears to be well-made.

When Goat Simulator first came out in 2014, it seemed like the pinnacle of simulation parody, but as it turns out, it was just the beginning. Following entries in the genre, such as Job Simulator, PC Building Simulator, and PowerWash Simulator, attracted the interest of fans, and we now have another sim on the way that fits well into this odd category.

Yard Mowing Simulator is actually what it seems like – a sim-style game zeroed in on cutting grass. Players will "experience the magnificence and detail of cutting the Great British open country" through an assortment of certifiable authorized trimmers from brands, for example, Toro and SCAG (John Deere is observably missing). 

The object of the game, besides simply cutting irregular yards, is to begin and deal with your own grass care business. 

Search for Lawn Mowing Simulator to drop on Steam and Xbox Series X/S on August 10. No word yet on estimating except for as per the framework prerequisites on Steam, you'll need a semi-good PC to run it. For instance, in case you're going for a reliable 60 FPS at 1080p with high designs settings, you'll need no less than an Intel Core i7-6950X/AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, 8GB of RAM, and a GeForce GTX 2060 Super/Radeon RX 5700XT.

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