Apr 5, 2013Do yourselves a favor and continue to keep this as far away from your hard drive as possible. Even the most world-weary of trash and simulation enthusiasts should only give this a go if they're in desperate need to get rid of 20 bucks and the window is either broken or not in reach.
Mixed or average reviews- based on 15 Ratings
Apr 2, 2013An engaging little game that makes little fuss, but drawed me completely. I've always found constructing things rewarding, and building a bridge that works, and can stand up to trains, winds and earthquakes gives you a huge dollop of satisfaction when you complete a level. I keep coming back to this game, by playing it in windowed mode in the corner of my screen, it makes no fuss, just letting me dip in and improve my design every time I think I have figured out a way of improving and drop out to something else as I please.
The only criticism I would have is at £16 its a little more expensive then it should be for a fairly short indie game. That said, I don't begrudge a penny, as I have certainty extracted my monies worth.… Full Review »
Apr 1, 2013This game follows a very similar game called Bridge 2000. The only difference is that the interface and the physics was much better implemented in Bridge 2000.
The concept of this game is to complete a bridge and have your design tested. Testing includes cars, buses, trains and tanks but also natural elements like earthquakes and high winds.
If it was not for the poorly thought out interface the game would be more fun.
One other frustrating issue with the game is the way the bridge opening joints and pistons work. This could have been better thought out.
Since playing Bridge 2000 around 10 years ago I was hoping someone would pickup the idea and make a more commercial version, sadly this is it.
Whoever designed the interface needs to stay away from games or learn fast this what was offered here is not the way to do it. Moving the screen around is painful, deleting items is painful. Using a drop down menu to select building materials is just the start of the interfaces problems, these need to be on the screen and immediately select able. The base concept works, I spent hours playing Bridge 2000 so I payed for Bridge Project hoping it would be something close to as playable as Bridge 2000, this is not that game.
For the $20 dollars on steam it is not worth the money if it gets down to about $5 it might be worth trying it.… Full Review »