The original Poly Bridge was a resounding success when it was released in 2016. If you’ve never had a chance to play it, the premise is about building virtual bridges.
Like bridges in real life, these virtual bridges require careful planning and resource management. Sometimes it can be difficult, but there is a lot of satisfaction after having successfully built a bridge and seen it in use.The Puzzle Simulator Poly Bridge 2 Is Set To Release On May 28
The game has been so successful that it has a sequel. And it looks like fans won’t have to wait long because Poly Bridge 2 just got a May 28 release date. It’s not too far from here. It will be available on Steam for those who want to see how developer Dry Cactus improved the original.
The sequel already shows a lot of promise based on the official trailer released a month ago. It shows some of the principles of physics and design involved. Some bridges will not require as much planning while others will become much like a trial and error process.
To highlight the dire consequences of not getting your physique right, a truck is collapsing after the bridge it was traveling on has failed completely. It’s clear: players will have to be on their A game to turn their bridge plans into reality.