In Monument Builders: Big Ben, oversee the building of the famous clock and discover the many legends which surround it!

The works start at the same time as a terrible threat hangs over the city: struck by a series of gruesome murders, London is gripped by fear and Scotland Yard is powerless against what appears to be the acts of a serial killer. Work alongside the architect, Carl Rybhes, and ensure that the building works progress despite the difficulties engendered by the search for the serial killer.

Help Carl Rybhes to gather all the resources needed for the building. Manage your workers efficiently in order to complete the levels in time, defend yourself against robbers, look out for clues hidden in the scenery and solve the mystery!
For memory, Big Ben, the real name of which is actually "Clock Tower", stands in the heart of London and was inaugurated in 1859.
Big Ben is, in actual fact, the name of the bell. The Clock Tower is the building itself and is part of Westminster Palace, the seat of the British parliament. It is the first bell that indicates the exact time when Big Ben rings. The sound of the bell can be heard over 6 km away!
This massive clock, the hands of which are the size of a bus, is re-set every year using an old penny coin which is placed on its mechanism if it is running ahead of time and removed if it is running late. It was named "Big Ben" after Benjamin Hall, a heavily-built man who was the First Commissioner of Works.


- Discover the Resource Management series "Monument Builders"
- Show resourcefulness in order to build Big Ben in time!
- Find the clues hidden in the scenery
- Learn a multitude of authentic legends about Big Ben
- 50 varied game levels with a host of challenges!



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time is rigged so you can't get gold on some levels

If you like to shoot for gold on these type of time management games, you'll be disappointed early on. The play itself isn't difficult, but the amount of time they give you is not enough based on the speeds at which the workers work and the supplies replenish. It's not even as though you can get strategic with your choices; there really isn't enough time to realistically get gold on some levels. I played the Eiffel Tower version and it took me several attempts on some levels but you can see where your choices lead to better speeds and such but starting from level 5, where your options are still pretty basic, this game is rigged to not allow you to get gold no matter how hard you try


119.5 MB

OS X 10.6.6 or later


English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

Age Rating
Rated 4+
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