Bridge Constructor Playground is an attempt by the Clockstone Software studio to popularize "engineering" games among casual players. The creators of Bridge Constructor from 2011 decided to simplify the rules of gameplay and use eye-catching cartoon graphics.
In the course of the game, the player again plays the role of an engineer, who, at the request of the Minister of Transport, must build bridges allowing for free travel between different parts of the fictional island state. The game takes place in five different sceneries, such as city, canyon, beach, high mountains and flat hills.
The creators have prepared a total of 32 levels. The difficulty level increases with our progress. The task is completed if the bridge has successfully passed a load test with passenger cars and trucks. Structures can be built with four types of construction materials: wood, steel, steel ropes, and cement pillars. Contrary to the much more extensive original, Bridge Constructor Playground does not introduce clear budget limits. Saved resources are rewarded with an appropriate cash bonus.
Both the interface and the in-game control system are designed with casual gamers in mind. For less experienced constructors, the creators have also prepared an accessible tutorial, allowing them to master the basic principles of building virtual bridges.
The visuals of Bridge Constructor Playground attract attention with the intense colors and the graphic design made in a typical cartoon style. Built-in social features allow you to share pictures of constructed bridges, trophies and achieved results with your friends.
PC / Windows
- Pentium 4 1.8 GHz
- 1 GB RAM
- graphic card (compatible with DirectX 9.0c)
- Windows XP/Vista/7