Bridge Constructor makes its way to Windows Phone 8 after over a year on iOS and Android

Want to play a game that requires more thinking instead of furiously tapping on the screen? Well, check out Bridge Constructor for Windows Phone 8. Become a master bridge builder as you go through 40 different levels. You pass each level when cars or trucks can go across.

There are different materials available for you to create bridges, but can you stay within the budget? Head past the break to watch our hands on video and gameplay using the Nokia Lumia Icon.


  • 40 Levels on the island nation of Camatuga
  • Free build mode and help system
  • 4 different building materials: wood, steel, cables, concrete pillars
  • Color coded load indicator for different building materials
  • Three different load bearing levels: car, truck and tank truck
  • High score per level

There are a lot of solutions and approaches in passing the levels. The only limit is your budget. There are different materials available for each individual bridge: wood, steel, cables, or concrete pillars. Depending on the level, some materials will be unavailable. Select the material from the right side of the screen and then start creating.

We’re not going to lie. Bridge Constructor is a little tough. We think there should be more tutorials or tips to help new players early in the game. There are tips available, but they will cost you. One coin helps you get started, while two coins reveal the solution. You don’t have unlimited coins, so use them sparingly.

Once you think you’re done building the bridge, click the play button on the lower right corner. You can test the bridge with cars, trucks and even, super-heavy tank trucks. You pass when they cross the finish line on the other side.

Bridge Constructor just recently became available at the Windows Phone Store, but it has been out for iOS and Android for over a year already. There are over 11 million players worldwide according to the store listing. Bridge Constructor costs $1.99, but there’s a free trial available. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments!

Mark Guim

Mark Guim is Video Editor at Windows Central. He switched to Windows because the MacBook Pro isn't Pro enough. You can follow him on Twitter at @markguim.