Test your engineering and improvisation skills in a puzzle game. It is you who will construct bridges for cars, trucks, busses... And sometimes even monster trucks.

Build a Bridge! is a complex yet approachable physics-based puzzle game. It tasks the player with creating more and more elaborate bridges across multiple levels. You will have to choose the proper materials, using creativity and logic to stay within required budget and create a strong 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 and connect the dots 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 the normal mode the game features the easy mode for more relaxed gameplayed, focused on creativity and improvisation. You can also use in-game hint system if things get too hard. With 86 levels to construct you will not run out of things to do quickly.

Game features:
- Different materials to build from - Wood, Metal, Cables
- 86 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 13 languages

What’s New

Version 4.0.9

minor bugs fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
24.1K Ratings

24.1K Ratings

Doggie134 ,

Are there more levels?

This is a very good game but the only problem is that I wish that they should make more levels I have made it to level 15 then it shows a path leading to the next level but a cloud is covering it. I have tried tapping it and nothing happens. I don’t know if this means more levels are coming or not. But I am also reading other posts some are showing levels that are higher than level 15.

moremoose ,

Fascinating, addictive, disappointing

It’s a good idea: construct a bridge using simple, limited materials like asphalt, wood, steel beams, or steel cable, then drive a ridiculous vehicle over it and test what you’ve made. Crashing and burning is almost as enjoyable as successfully crossing the bridge you made. Each level has 3 challenges, such as jumping your vehicle a certain distance, or building within a budget. The art, game play, and physics are all really good.

The bad news is, each time you finish a new bridge design or do a test run, you’re punished by a 30-second ad. THERE ARE A LOT OF ADS. I don’t understand how a strategy of ruining the user experience is a good thing. Though I like the game, I probably won’t play it again. I would actually pay money to opt out of ads, there is no way to do that!

Another problem is the constant nagging to pay for coins or up-levels. After a while you get to a point where you cannot succeed without paying for a upgrade to stronger materials. That’s fine, but it’s not the way I like to play games.

Auston26 ,

Enjoy watching ads

I don't often write reviews. However, the amount of trash this game puts the average player through is absolutely insane. This game starts out as a nice, lively bridge builder, but as it progresses it quickly becomes incredibly frustrating. The clearly AI-generated bridge solutions become the only way to finish the levels, taking all creativity out of a game meant to test just that. Oh, and how to unlock these AI bridges? Six ads. Every. Level. Oh, and ads if you somehow complete the level. Or fail at the level. Or do literally anything - oops, pop-up ad. This game takes one of the most popular sub genres of games and quickly flushes it down the drain in a cheap cashgrab of constant ads and failure if the player takes even the slightest bit of creativity. If you choose to download, I hope you like watching Candy Crush ads, as that's the most fun you'll have in this boring disappointment of a "bridge builder" game.

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