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  • Summary: Bridge Constructor puts players in the role of an engineer.
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  1. Sep 1, 2014
    80
    If you don't mind the simplified graphics and you just want a game that will help you relax and get annoyed at the same time, you'll find that Bridge Constructor is more than able to provide that experience.
  2. Jan 30, 2012
    65
    Bridge Constructor is a solid simulation, but does not differ from the older Bridge! The Construction Game in any noticable way.
  3. Apr 3, 2014
    50
    The game never dares to let you build bridges with any form of creativity. The way too fast introduction of all mechanics and little variety in level design, make this nothing more than an hour or two of standard puzzles.
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  1. Jan 8, 2013
    7
    Of course it's not gonna be the new Mass Effect, but it does what it says on the box with no distracting elements. It's basically an engineering puzzle game, leaning to the casual appeal rather than going for the physics sim. It's perfect for me since I have no formal training in construction of any kind, but I can still benefit from experimenting with various bridge designs and see them fail (often) or fly. There's a simple map with the stages spread for you to unlock. The in-level screen is just you, the gap, and some elements to build with. There's no 'engineering lingo' to get you confused, nor any numbers (weight etc) except for the price of your building blocks and your funds limit. It's never about 'fitting the budget' as much as playing around with the designs, which is great. I had fun testing the designs, even (or especially) when they failed. Overall, I really like what this game does, and if you're here, you probably will too. With an "Expert mode" it could be used in schools, but as of now, Bridge Constructor is a fun toy with a subtle educational side to it. Expand