Bridge-Line, the board game for lovers of structural engineering
Bridge-Line is a board game that will test your knowledge of bridges by playing 100 of the most important bridges in the history of engineering. Will you know how to order them by date? By length of the main span or total length?
Bridge-Line is about demonstrating your knowledge of the most important bridges in structural engineering worldwide. The game has two types of cards:
Type 1: 100 letters, with the name and illustration of the bridge, plus the date of inauguration, length of the main span and total length of the bridge.
Type 2: 4 special letters indicating the order criteria of construction date, length of the main span, total length of the bridge on the sides of the letter.
So, it is played like this:
- On your turn, you should try to place one of your cards among those already arranged as you think they follow the order criteria that is being played.
- If you place the card correctly, you will have one less card in front of you.
- If you’re wrong, discard your card and draw a new one from the deck.
- The first player to be the only one in a round to place their last card will be the winner.