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Build A Bridge... and Get Over It!
The Bridge Project is the successor to the original and award-winning Bridge Builder simulation, all amateur designers and structural engineers finally have a new challenge on their PC.
The gameplay has been subject to much tweaking and development with new up to date materials exciting scenarios and a variety of tasks waiting to be solved. Build stable bridges in a variety of landscapes with detailed environment.
Take on the task of constructing a huge variety of different bridges: suspended, folding, stone, steel, wood, car or railway bridges.
Whilst you enjoy the enhanced graphics and the new, improved physics engine putting the most spectacular bridges to the test with stress tests.
Download free levels from the global Bridge Project community, and participate in competitions.
All-new in-game graphics with a variety of detailed 3D objects
New user interface for easy operation
Additional materials such as wood and concrete
In addition to trains, cars and ships you can now test vehicles such as buses and tanks
Extended weight and stability testing of different vehicles, or natural events such as storms or earthquakes
48 varied and challenging levels: different towns, canyons, rural areas
Set the design tasks to different modes - simple or expert.
Editor feature - build your own levels and share them with other players
Compare your technical skills with other players in the global online ranking
Take part in competitions, improve your own record!
Let's Build Itzallim29 | March 11, 2016 | See all zallim29's reviews »
I have played several constructing games before and the truly best one was Bridge Constructor, it was the top building game I have ever played, but after I have finished it countless times I needed something else that draws my attention, but very few titles managed to caught my eye, until I have found Bridge Project, it's a decent alternative for Bridge Constructor, I like the environment designing as it fits greatly with the bridge locations, and of course the physics was surprisingly well done indeed, but what I didn't like is the dull interface it just seems so old, also the visuals needs an improvement though usually I don't observe too much the graphics element in such games but in this one it wasn't passable, other than that it was a nice change, for the time being at least.