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Pontifex 10.19.01

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Category: Games / Simulation
Publisher / Version: Chronic Logic LLC / 10.19.01
Added / Released: 30 Mar 2006 / 19 Oct 2001
License / Cost: Demo / 19.95$
File Size / Downloads: 942.6 KB / 494
Operating Systems: Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP
In Pontifex you design and build bridges. Once your bridge design is completed the bridge is tested by trains traveling across it. As you watch, the vehicles will either pass over safely or plummets into the river below depending on your design. Pontifex uses complex physics which allows for many different types of bridges to be built and tested. The 3D graphics engine allows you to view your bridge from any angle including a first-person train view. Pontifex II includes many types of levels varying in difficulty from simple to complex. It also includes a level editor with which you can create your own levels to trade with other people.

Requirements: 300 Mhz Processor, 32 MB Ram, OpenGL video card

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Support Languages: English
Install Support: Install and Uninstall

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