It's NOT the Emperor's New Clothes; You really do have to be smart enough to see it's greatness. Getting Impossibly Heavy and 40 or 50 balls doesn't mean you beat the game. When there are claims of 100 balls and potentially infinitely more weights to add, you're just giving up if you don't keep trying to challenge yourself. And how much did your big, fat, heavy bridge cost? You've got to do more, for less. This app is mental training for the real world.
Awesome I love this game. But i think you can make the game harder, as i got impossibly heavy in my first bridge. I also got 36 balls and for weights, 45/3. So please make this game harder. Btw your games are awesome the only thing i dont like about them and actually everybody dosent like about them is the fact that they are paid
Decent. Works well and is satisfying for the most part. However, there is no way to connect the bridge to land beyond the two points shown on the preview pics. This means the bridges are never actually rigid and instead always look like they're going to break under their own weight.
Fun but unrealistic Not that I expected a phone game to be like a computer based bridge maker, but it could be a little. better then this. It's always flexing like elastic and the bigger and heavier you make your bridge, the better it makes it in the game. In real life, eventually the bridge can't even support its own weight, it's just how it works. Needs some work.
I'm no structural engineer, but this game surely made me feel like one. It actually feels like an accomplisment to complete all the word trains, and the witty remarks make for a light-hearted but absorbing game. I've got another Jundroo creation, SimplePlanes, on Steam, and I've logged some 100 hours in it. Keep up the great work, Jundroo!
Great game This is one of my favorite games because you can refine your engineering skills. The only downfall to this is that there are no levels.Also, there are no piers that you can build off of or larger maps to build bigger bridges.