Bricking in America is a puzzle game in which you have to construct buildings. You do this by placing small bricks onto a board. There are two modes: Easy and Hard. In the easy mode, a piece (or brick) is selected for you and you have to click where you think a piece is supposed to go. There is a list of available pieces on the left part of the screen, and under each piece is the number of available pieces of that shape. After you have used up all the pieces of one kind, the game automatically selects another one, and you have to figure out where that one goes. The Hard mode is quite more challenging, and I like that, because the easy mode is too easy and you end up clicking all over the place randomly to complete a floor. In the hard mode, you have to drag and drop the pieces where you think they fit. They are not rotated automatically like in the easy mode; you have to click on them to rotate them.
Bricking in America features nice 3D graphics. The textures aren't very realistic but when a building is created, you can figure out what kind of building it is. On the second level, you have to build the Empire State Building, floor by floor.
- Two modes
- Good controls
- Real buildings
- The graphics are not great