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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchJan 17, 2019

Publisher: BoomBit Games

Genres: Puzzle, Simulation

Test your engineering and improvisation skills in a puzzle game where the stakes are as high as they get. It is you who will construct bridges for cars, trucks, busses... And sometimes even monster trucks. Gather your wits and get on with the construction!

During the planning phase the game presents itself with a simple, 2D interface. It is there that you select the best materials for your bridge to make the most resilient structure you can. You can approach each level as a complex puzzle, trying to be as efficient as possible and get the best solution. But don’t be afraid to experiment too. You can just go crazy and construct something that looks outrageous but still somehow works. There’s fun in both of these approaches.

When you’re done, switch to the 3D mode and watch a car drive through your bridge. Will it hold? Or will you watch a spectacular crash?

In addition to a normal mode the game features an easy mode for more relaxed gameplay, focused on creativity and improvisation. You can also use in-game hint system if things get too hard. With 80 levels plus hidden and bonus bridges to construct you will not run out of things to do quickly.

GAME FEATURES:

- Different materials to build from - Wood, Metal, Cables
- 80 levels of increasingly difficult puzzles
- Varied, detailed environments full of interactive elements
- Multiple cars to test out your constructions
- Realistic physics engine
- Beautiful, stylised art style
- Available in 15 languages

Build a Bridge! - Official Game Trailer - Nintendo Switch thumbnail

Build a Bridge! - Official Game Trailer - Nintendo Switch

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Reviews

Pure Nintendo

D. Crowley
7.5 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

Overall, Build a Bridge! isn't a unique game, but it's not trying to be. It is a polished, well-made bridge building game with lots to do.

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