9 best bus games for Android and PC!

Always wanted to know what it’s like to drive a bus on European roads and even in Brazil? Then check out the 9 best bus games for Android and PC! Android games are free, while desktop games are paid for. But they are all very worthwhile and deserve your attention!

Coach Bus Simulator

  • Platforms: Android
  • Free: Yes
  • Where to download: Play Store


Coach Bus Simulator
is one of the most realistic bus games available for mobile. You can choose to start in one of several European cities and drive across Europe carrying passengers. And in fact, we have to say: the game is really complex and close to real mechanics.

You can drive in 4 different ways and you need to turn on your lights, turn on your headlights and be aware of traffic laws. You only have to crash the bus once to lose passengers and the money you would earn for the trip. So you need to be very careful, but knowing that on the first trip you will probably fail the mission.

Ultimate Bus Simulator

  • Platforms: Android
  • Free: Yes
  • Where to download: Play Store


Bus Simulator Ultimate is huge because in it you have to drive your bus, but also command the social aspects and manage a large company. You can drive over 13 different buses, which have realistic interiors and over 250 radios.

The transit system is very real, bringing tolls and fines. Receive feedback from your passengers and face variations in the weather, which make the experience even more complete. The only bad thing about the game is that all the countries in Europe are visually the same, which can get a little discouraged after playing for a while.

Heavy Bus Simulator

  • Platforms: Android
  • Free: Yes
  • Where to download: Play Store


Heavy Truck Simulator has something that most other bus games don’t have: Brazilian roads and cities. It takes you a long time to unlock most of them, but it’s worth it when you do, as it’s a lot of fun to drive around São Paulo, for example.

The graphics aren’t that big of a deal, though. There is a lack of realism in the cities, which are very small and without more intense traffic. But overall it’s a good game for those who want a game entirely in Portuguese and closer to the Brazilian reality.

World Bus Driving Simulator

  • Platforms: Android
  • Free: Yes
  • Where to download: Play Store


World Bus Driving Simulator was made by Brazilians for Brazilians and manages to be better than Heavy Bus in the points where it fails. The graphics are great, and the quality and difference of the game are in the small details, such as being able to put your photo on the driver’s badge or being able to change the driver’s position in the seat.

The traffic is more intense, however, it brings mandatory stops at police stations along the road quite often, which can be a nuisance. But it’s worth it for features like the climate change system and the well-marked day/night cycle. You can even stock up!

Proton Bus Simulator Road

  • Platforms: Android
  • Free: Yes
  • Where to download: Play Store


Proton Bus Simulator Road is focused on offering bus customization to players. You can even use mods to customize the buses you drive and all that pass you on the roads. But the driving experience is there too, and it’s a fundamental part of the game, although it’s pretty much built from the mods you install.

OMSI 2: Steam Edition

  • Platforms: PC
  • Free: No
  • Where to buy: Steam


This game is a recreation of an old game, focusing on a German bus from the city of Spandau. Seeing the image, you can see that the vehicle is really “vintage”, but the coolest thing is to have a joint in the middle!

The Steam Edition brings amazing graphics and features that the original game didn’t have. Also, if you want to pay a little more, you may have access to some DLCs that allow you to take the trip to other countries in Europe.

Bus Simulator 18


Bus Simulator 18 is the last title in the franchise released, but we already have version 21 bus games promised to arrive in 2021. Anyway, this is the best game on the list in terms of graphics. Despite being set in a fictitious map, with 12 districts, it brings a lot of realism to the bus brands, the main ones being Mercedez and Setra.

A company’s management system is very complete and allows it to buy new vehicles and build a fleet. You can upgrade them all, as you unlock new districts, on a no-load map, which is procedurally generated as you play.

Tourist Bus Simulator

  • Platforms: PC
  • Free: No
  • Where to buy: Steam


Tourist Bus Simulator is a more specific simulator, as you will be a tourist driver on a paradise island called Fuerteventura. Make tourist routes, transfers from hotels to the airport, and tours.

Managing your bus fleet is very important, taking care of maintenance so that they don’t break down. It must also hire employees and pay their salaries. It is one of the funniest simulators on the list, as it has excellent graphics, realistic settings, and colorful landscapes.

Fernbus Simulator

  • Platforms: PC
  • Free: No
  • Where to buy: Steam


Fernbus Simulator is actually a game where you take command of a fleet of buses from the European company FlixBus. In other words: the travel routes will take you through real European cities, going from Spanish beaches to the Swiss Alps. All with graphics polished to perfection.

The only downside is that you can only drive through all of Germany, Switzerland, Lichenstein, and Austria. The game’s developers, however, have already promised to bring more countries and roads in future updates.

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