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Poly Bridge 2

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

50%

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General Information

Available on:PCMay 28, 2020

Developer: Dry Cactus

Publisher: Dry Cactus

Genres: Puzzle, Simulation

The acclaimed bridge-building indie-hit is back! More levels, more features, more physics fun!

Poly Bridge 2 Reviews

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Poly Bridge 2 is largely the same game as before, just with more things to do.

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To me it feels far more like an expansion pack than a whole new game, slightly improving the cutesy graphics and adding in a couple of extra construction materials, but even then it all overlaps a little too closely with the original. A sequel to a game that already looked awfully similar to another series seems like something that should have iterated a great deal further by now. I certainly recommend checking out people’s most elaborate and daft bridges on YouTube – as for creating them yourself, it’s harder to get excited about.

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The sequel to the 2016 puzzle simulation game, Poly Bridge 2 secures itself as a solid bridge-building sim for some mind-bending fun.

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As it is, though, Poly Bridge 2 is very enjoyable and can bring some levels of satisfaction when you finally finish a bridge under budget and without it breaking at any point. It’s a very casual and relaxing game that doesn’t rush you in any way. I’m not going to lie, the game gets a laugh out of me every now and then when my bridge breaks and the driver of the vehicle just drives into the water anyway. Everything looks great from a visual standpoint. While there's no progression system with everything open from the start, there's still a challenge aspect as long as you don't view the Gallery before completing a level. It does take some time to get the hang of the physics, and you might wonder a few times how your bridge broke. Being able to take on any level at any time means you can play a level or two if you're short on time. Plus the music is nice and relaxing for a game that will see vehicles driving into the water on a regular basis.

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Where to Buy

Epic Games Store
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