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Bridge Odyssey Review

By Damian Chiappara, on January 4, 2010


Bridge Odyssey
  • Publisher: Gameloft
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Released: 15 Dec, 2009
  • Size: 9.7 MB
  • Price: $4.99
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Rating

PROS

  • Easy to use control scheme.
  • Striking cartoony visuals.
  • The game is quite challenging and requires players to think carefully.

CONS

  • No leaderboard options or online access.
  • One main mode to play through only.

VERDICT

If you love other bridge building games, then Bridge Odyssey is a solid and engaging title that you’ll have a blast playing.


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Ladies and Gentlemen, the game is Bridge Odyssey and the developer is Gameloft; this time taking its prompts from the Playstation Network release Elefunk and iPhone game Moonlights. Players must try and safely guide their black outline animals across dangerous gaps and ravines by building bridges for them to cross.

The simple ‘drag and place’ controls make the game very accessible to players of all ages. But make no mistake, the game can be deceivingly challenging; especially if you try to earn bonuses by collecting all gold pieces and using the minimum amount of wood to build bridges.

The contrasting visuals between your animals and the environments give the game a pleasing appearance. The Katamari Damacy like soundtrack is also a welcomed addition, but players are unable to use their iPod during gameplay. The game features one main mode and players are free to repeat levels to complete all minor objectives for a better ranking, but this is for personal glory only as there are no leaderboards.

Bridge Odyssey is a thoroughly enjoyable play that fans of physics and puzzle games will love. The game’s cartoony visuals and fun soundtrack make it a pleasure to play and the 48 game levels mean you won’t run out of content too soon. So if you’re looking for a fun and challenging puzzle game, then Bridge Odyssey is a solid choice that you won’t regret.

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