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  • Summary: "I'd recommend to any fan of the genre." - Touch Arcade

    Welcome to Bridge Odyssey!
    Join 9 wild characters on a journey so big, they’re going to need all your support! Help the Dodo, Bison, Giraffe and others on their trek to the Lost World by building bridges over ruined
    passes, bottomless pits and molten volcanoes.


    Use your creativity and skill to build bridges simply by drawing with your finger on the touch screen.

    A light-hearted atmosphere with a funny and highly stylized animal gang including the Dodo, Fox, Parrot, Mammoth, Squirrel, Bison, Cat, Walrus and Giraffe.

    Discover 48 levels across 6 different environments: Tropical island, volcano, ancient ruins, desert, jungle and an ice cave

    Make full use of the game’s physics and environments to solve puzzles. Use bamboo stalks or vines, and even the sun to succeed!


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    Published and distributed by Gameloft.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Feb 4, 2011
    Bridge Odyssey is a good bridge-builder, but it feels as if it was built for two very separate audiences. The first part seems to want to educate genre newcomers and casual gamers, while the second part provides a challenge to the hardcore. The problem is that the two never intersect, and will leave both groups isolated from one part of the game. The hardcore will fly through the beginning, and the casual will be stumped at the end.
  2. Feb 4, 2011
    Bridge Odyssey doesn't bring anything new to the table, and the challenges found in the opening tutorial basically show you what you will see throughout the game.
  3. Feb 4, 2011
    I did have some issues with piece placement and you can see me fighting with the game in the video, but since nothing is real-time, these problems only serve as minor annoyances because you can just easily fix any piece that didn't wind up where you want it to by using the undo button.
  4. Feb 4, 2011
    Bridge Odyssey is a good-looking game, but it's let down by its complex and frustrating control method.