Using your iPhone or iPod to play games can be fun. There are many different titles to choose from. For example, you can play the classic card game “Penny Bridge”, or you can try to complete a board game called “Bridge Race”. Regardless of what game you choose, there are a few important things to keep in mind. These include visual austerity, education value, and competitive elements.
Having a competitive element in a game can be a great way to keep players interested, and that’s the case in Bridge Race, a game for the iPhone. In the game, players play as a munchkin, reincarnated as a faceless version of themselves, with the goal of building a bridge to reach the end of the level. In order to do so, players must collect building blocks and then use their prehensile paws to construct the bridge. But they need to be careful not to sabotage the work of their rivals, or else they’ll fail to reach the finish line.
While the game does have a fun competitive element, it also suffers from frequent lags and server disconnects, as well as omnipresent ads that interrupt matches. Overall, it’s a fun game that can be enjoyed by many people, but it needs fine-tuning to improve.