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Cargo Bridge
Posted on Saturday, January 9 2010 @ 18:16:51 PST

This game is about being as dodgy a carpenter as possible. The aim of the game is to connect flimsy wood across gaps and then waiting for some guys to stomp across it all at once, pushing heavy boxes (or elephants) and it snaps to peices, then you try connecting the wood differently untill it doesnt break. You build bridges by clicking and dragging from one of few points, and you can't  You have a limeted amount of money to buy wood so it's even harder than it would be. After level 10 you get some metal peices, but it's too heavy so its useless.

Unfortunatly sometimes your bridge will work, and other times it will just break immedietly, so it's mostly up to luck whether or not you complete a level.

Theres not much else to it than building bridges and then watching them break. but its fun in its simplicity if you look past the annoyances, and the physics are good enough.

+    Carpentry
+    Challanging
-     Frustrating trial and error
+/-  Simple
-     Tempermental
+    Physics is fun

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