This week’s game involves an ‘explosive’ combination of trains, bridges, and dynamite! Your mission is to stop these trains from crossing the various bridges using ingenuity and a limited supply of explosives. Can you destroy all the bridge designs and building materials you encounter or will your carefully thought out plans of destruction fail?
The instructions for playing are simple…use the four types of explosives (when available) to destroy different types of materials used to build the bridges. Place the explosives in the desired locations, start the train, and hit the detonator at the right moment…
There are twenty-four levels of explosive fun waiting for your enjoyment.
Note: Chances are you will want to disable the music on this game (which can be done in the upper right corner).
The first level works as a tutorial with suggested locations on placement of your dynamite. Move your mouse to the desired location and left click to set the dynamite. Keep in mind that you will only be able to place your various explosives in limited locations throughout the game…it all depends on the type of explosive you are using and the materials used to build the bridges.
Note: You can move your mouse towards the four sides of the game window to shift the perspective to the left, right, etc. Use the Plus and Minus Buttons in the upper left corner to zoom in or out as desired.
When you are ready just click the Play Button in the upper left corner to start the train on its way. You can see the whole sequence of events in the following set of screenshots…
You will see your score after the train hits the bottom of the ravine/hollow. There will be no option to replay the level for a better score though if you successfully destroy the train…you can only go forward.
The second level introduces a new type of explosive and building design on the new bridge.
Level five continues the trend of challenging your thinking skills with stronger materials and limited explosives.
The final level adds a new evil twist to the mix and has a rather unusual solution. Good luck and have fun!
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- Published 09/7/12