Great sound!! Awesome game :)
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Very good game !
The demo is good! I don't have the money for the full game, but the content of the demo was really nice and the gameplay works well!
Soo cool! I loved the pixel art :3
Thank you very much for the raspberry pi build! All the best for you and I hope your game sells like hot cakes!
Very fun, highly recommended.
I love it! The graphics and music are amazing, I love how the bridges bend and buckle before they break :)
you ought to have aestus in the ablative, and I'm not really sure if the historical infinitive is what you were going for even though the subject-deponent verb agreement is theoretically correct
words can't describe the wonder this game truly is, enjoy the gif
When I found out you can make a bridge cheaper by using fewer solid segments with no-collide segments in the gaps, this game went from good to fantastic. It even fits the theming, you can save money by building a more dangerous bridge, but it's in hell so it makes sense that they wouldn't care lol.
I know it was not intended for it, however running the web version on a phone is questionable, csnt even find other materials.
Also, idk for later levels, but dangly roads (no support, curve to support itself) seams to work on at least the first level
Hi! Can you build and publish a raspberry pi version?
Sure! I’m curious to know how mouse control will be handled?
with a mouse? :) Anyway the game seems to work fine with box64 on raspberry pi os, but it would be nice to have a native version. Cheers
An unsupported raspberry pi version has been uploaded. Haven't been able to test it so let me know how it goes if you try it out!
Bug - The big guys will sometimes fail to collide (sometimes partially) through bridges
Thanks, it’s a known issue. It’s due to wheels being smaller than the velocity. Usually it can be worked around.
Being able to turn off the music without impacting other sounds is a must. For me it's an accessibility issue. Please add this. Also, please add an alternate, readable font.
Hey there, thanks for the feedback. Just added the option to mute music only in 1.2. Access it by opening the options with ENTER.
funky game i like it
I like the demo, It is kind of like poly bridge but with skrunglys
Is it possible to legally marry a video game?
Nice to see games made with Pico!
Love the game! How the heck do you get past level 24: Unstable Ramps, though? Going over the explosions puts you at budget just for the bridge surface with no supports, and connecting to the explosions demolishes your connection
Any chance you can make the p8.png available? I would like to play this on my PSVita using fake-08, to play it on a portable.
Probably not I’m afraid as that would mean shipping the source code too. Also, how would you solve the mouse support? Is there a workaround for that in fake-08?
Spent the night playing this with my family and everyone loved the extra challenges like being Resourceful. Lots of fun—thanks for making this!
Thanks for playing! Always happy to hear when a game is playable by the whole family.
This looks amazing, congratulations on the release! I had a lot of fun playing Pontifex / Bridge Constructor as a kid, so I’m super tempted to give this a go :)
Just got my hands on it… but first of all Congratz @johanpeitz, the game is extremely polished and it has a superb quality finish.
@vavmusicmagic my congratz extend to you as well, sfx/music fits the game and raises the bar of the overall experience.
Gameplay is fun, dialogs are on point and the general looks of the game scream “MASTERPIECE”. Still needing to put some more time on the game (went through a few levels so far to get an initial feeling of it) but I am quite sure this is goint to be great fun!
Glad I can contribute buying this to your dedication to bring joy with these creations guys!
Thank you so much for your kind words, I’m really happy you’re enjoying the game! I’ve put a lot of effort into the last bits of polish so I’m also relieved that it shows! :D
thanks, carlos! value your opinion greatly, and happy i seemed to have hit the mark again somehow