Constructing Bridges is an engineering simulation and puzzle game about helping tiny transport vehicles get across large chasms. You snap together bridges beam by beam, then press the “drive” button to see if your precarious assemblage of beams and tethers holds up.
Building a bridge is no easy task, though; physics are a constant and punishing presence, forcing you to consider the impact of gravity as you build rickety structures. With only metal planks and guy-wires to hold your contraptions in place, you have to make smart use of your materials to ensure that the entire structure doesn’t topple as soon as you begin.
The player clears a puzzle by getting one vehicle across, but is rated higher by getting all of the vehicles in a convoy through the course without harm.
There are 60 levels to complete and each level introduces a new tool or challenge. Levels allow for a variety of solutions and there is an unlimited number of tries to get it right.
– Fun brain-teaser pushing your logic muscles
– Learn the fundamentals of architecture
– Build various types of bridges
– Realistic physics system
– Unlimited number of tries to get it right
– Scaling difficulty