Bridges are a kind of terrain. Like Roads, they give no defensive cover and allow all units to pass unhindered, except for Naval Units . They are also one of the ways Land Units can cross Seas and Rivers.
Gameplay differences from Roads
In plenty of the games, Bridges just look different from Roads, but otherwise serve the same purpose. However, there are a few exceptions:
- In Game Boy Wars 1/2/Turbo, Bridges can't be used as loading points for the Transport Plane. Roads and Airports can.
- In Game Boy Wars 3, the Constructor can build a Bridge on a River tile for 3 Materials. The Bomber can also destroy a Bridge tile to turn it into a River tile, and if a land unit is occupying it, it automatically gets destroyed even if it was a unit already capable of moving on Rivers in the first place, such as the Main Battle Tank.
- In Days of Ruin, sea units can cross Bridge tiles, although Landers can't drop units off on them.