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Pay what you want for bridge-building sim Bridge It

Mar 05 // Jordan Devore    @DtoidJordan

I'd buy that for a dollar

IndieGameStand is running a sale on Bridge It, a game that looks exactly what it sounds like. It's a pay-what-you-want deal, with the minimum set at $1. The fascination with simulation games hasn't caught on with me in any meaningful way, but the description for this one sounds devilish enough that I might just have to give it a go:

"Set in the picturesque surroundings of sparse deserts and dense forests it is your task to strategically design and construct an engineering masterpiece. Watch in eager anticipation as unsuspecting motorists, heavy freight trains and tourist riverboats approach. Will your solution stand up to the test or will tons of mangled steel be sent plummeting into the river below?"

Paying more than the average (a couple bucks, at this point) unlocks the game's add-on pack, while paying $10 or more throws in access to Pixelry and the next game on IndieGameStand. 10 percent of proceeds from this promo will go toward Equality Now, "an organization that advocates for the human rights of women and girls around the world."


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