Wobbly Buildings

Wobbly Buildings


Create buildings to solve a selection of challenges.
Use as few girders as possible to get the best score!
Create platforms, cranes and towers that survive high winds and earthquakes!

★ Currently features 9 levels.
★ Stress and strain of the buildings is accurately simulated.
★ Get bronze, silver and gold for using as few girders as you can.
★ Gold is very hard to get!

Please report any questions or bugs to [email protected]

Keywords: construction, physics, puzzle, game, builder, crane, building
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71
3.6
User ratings
773
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3687 kb
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About Wobbly Buildings
Create buildings to solve a selection of challenges.
Use as few girders as possible to get the best score!
Create platforms, cranes and towers that survive high winds and earthquakes!

★ Currently features 9 levels.
★ Stress and strain of the buildings is accurately simulated.
★ Get bronze, silver and gold for using as few girders as you can.
★ Gold is very hard to get!

Please report any questions or bugs to [email protected]

Keywords: construction, physics, puzzle, game, builder, crane, building
User reviews of Wobbly Buildings
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
Cant test the stucture on samsung galaxy ace It force closes after double tapping Please fix it
A Google User
Nov 13, 2014
Love the structural solving of this app. I wish there were more levels or other apps like this! Good work on this
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
very good but need some more levels its a very good game but i need more levels. can you add some more 30 lvls??? please
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
Wobbly Buildings (SG Note3) Worth downloading, although as has been said by others, it crashes quite a bit. Would really benefit the app, if it worked in landscape mode too. Apart from this, the app is testing and entertaining, well worth trying.
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
I think that a few build mode where you can change the environment would be a fun addition