“Unleash your engineering creativity with an engaging and fresh bridge-building simulator with all the bells and whistles.  Enjoy hours of physics-based puzzle solving in the Campaign and then jump in the cheat Sandbox to create your own bridge designs and puzzles.  Challenge friends and the rest of the Steam Workshop community to solve your puzzles and download more levels submitted by other players.” – Steam Store Page

Poly Bridge is given to us by Dry Cactus a small indie developer, and is a puzzle game all around building bridges.  poly-bridge-gif00-300x300

At first my impressions were that this game was a cute little puzzle game that would get old quick, but Poly Bridge surprised me.

The game play consists of you trying to build a bridge to allow different types of vehicle to cross.  Each vehicle has it’s own weight as well, adding more to keep in mind when building.

This at first seems really easy until you get right into the thick of it and realize that Poly Bridge is based in and deals with real physics.  You will have to manage joint stress, budget and material.

The sound track to Poly Bridge is relaxing but sadly very generic.

There really isn’t much to be said other then even after I was done with playing it for this review I found myself jumping back into it to relax.

If you enjoy puzzle games Poly Bridge is one to look at.  With the addition of Sandbox mode you will always be able to play new levels and share them with people.

Final Verdict – Fun puzzler / recommend

 

 

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jeitoh
32 years old, online personality, and writer for crankygamers.com. I often can be found co-hosting on late night with cranky and friends, and hope to push my writing and video content further as I go. My goal is to help anyone who wants to game make informed decision and to encourage open discussion about gaming and all of geek culture.

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  1. I was very curious about this game and wasn’t sure if it would be too simple or using unrealistic physics. Glad it is a good game, will definitely add to my wishlist of games. Thanks

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