The Legendary Pyramid Bridge

Poly Bridge 2 Part 114 - pyramids are triangles too. Brings us back to the early days of this game, except now it's 100x larger and harder. Really cool level with the super massive vehicle as well - just good all around fun. Next up is a unconnected train of custom levels!
Edited by: BenBenRanger ( BenBenRanger)
Poly Bridge 2 is the sequel to the hit indie bridge building game Poly Bridge. Poly Bridge 2 introduces new mechanics such as strong roads and springs. Explore new levels, with new vehicles, and a new deterministic physics engine. Enjoy more bridge building fun!
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  • That's it for this custom campaign, was a lot of fun! Got a short list of interesting looking custom levels that I want to play for future episodes, and hopefully we can expand on it.

    AliensrockAliensrockUukausi sitten
    • led is stronger than steel at compresiveness.

      22JEREMY OPPENZATO22JEREMY OPPENZATO29 päivää sitten
    • Please 😭😭

      Osaretin ObadeyiOsaretin ObadeyiUukausi sitten
    • I got in to your Channel because of balloon tower defense why don't you cover the darkling gun that just came out please. I miss that content tbh

      Osaretin ObadeyiOsaretin ObadeyiUukausi sitten
    • Hope my campaign interests you. Especially the level challenges.

      Gaotosky10Gaotosky10Uukausi sitten
    • Henry HM ok

      Lisa McIntoshLisa McIntoshUukausi sitten
  • He says "A13" but I hear "Aether Teen"

    Seth BettwizilchSeth Bettwizilch14 päivää sitten
  • he’s tilted

    FallenFallen22 päivää sitten
  • Why is the homie sideways?

    EE22 päivää sitten
  • I didnt notice he was sideways untill he mentioned it

    TechnoodleTechnoodleUukausi sitten
  • 5:01 "What is a good example of a material that's stronger than steel, at compressive strength specifically?" Concrete: Am I a joke to you?

    Shaun TayShaun TayUukausi sitten
  • 8:11 THE EMPIRE HAS FALLEN

    supremechaosbeing تsupremechaosbeing تUukausi sitten
  • 5:11 8 year old me in minecraft creative mode: ARE YOU SURE ABOUT THAT

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  • muscle truss = trusscle

    supremechaosbeing تsupremechaosbeing تUukausi sitten
  • trusscle

    supremechaosbeing تsupremechaosbeing تUukausi sitten
  • He should of done a giant spring cannon.

    Golden AndesiteGolden AndesiteUukausi sitten
  • Concrete is much stronger than steel. In compression. Much stronger

    Jannie KirstenJannie KirstenUukausi sitten
  • Diamonds aren't the toughest material, only the hardest.

    Fin Lord - Legendary GamerFin Lord - Legendary GamerUukausi sitten
  • I hate seeing you do this, but you HAVE to employ this strategy: PLAY BEFORE YOU BUILD. There's so many levels where you start off with a semi-complex design and have to scrap it because you didn't realise how the level played out. See how things work before trying to work around them.

    Ellie JohnsonEllie JohnsonUukausi sitten
  • :) A AAA AAAAA AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA

    BakerBakerUukausi sitten
  • What beat steel in just compressive strength? Concrete, dirt, gravel and sand. Also there isnt just one shape/size of steel

    Garrett HollandGarrett HollandUukausi sitten
  • 0:21 A13 is just the weird kid in the class

    Rafal SitarRafal SitarUukausi sitten
  • Asphalt is black, concrete is grey. They use both in road construction. Asphalt cannot take the same weight as concrete because it is squishier. But concrete breaks apart easier from being rigid and poor in tension. I think.

    micah_leemicah_leeUukausi sitten
  • Concrete and stone are amazingly strong materials under compression, but are terrible in tension and flexion (being bent).

    XaviusNightXaviusNightUukausi sitten
  • 5:02 aluminum?

    THE_TOASTERTHE_TOASTERUukausi sitten
  • Tyler, you really got to stop saying how bad can it be

    Christopher MooreChristopher MooreUukausi sitten
  • Every day I can’t wait to watch his new videos

    Chase JarvisChase JarvisUukausi sitten
  • .nic.e

    International funny manInternational funny manUukausi sitten
  • Nah but wheres the under 40% stress galaxy annihilation 😂

    Reggie VisReggie VisUukausi sitten
  • 6:02

    cosmic factionscosmic factionsUukausi sitten
  • I made it all the way to the end of the video before I noticed that your face cam is sideways.

    Alex SniderAlex SniderUukausi sitten
  • And now they should make three of these in yet another wheel.

    Curtis Warren BTW STOP BEGGINGCurtis Warren BTW STOP BEGGINGUukausi sitten
  • Nobody: Not a single soul on planet earth: That one person: do a falling road

    Marcus FlemingMarcus FlemingUukausi sitten
  • Diamond is hard not tough

    Emu-Later GamingEmu-Later GamingUukausi sitten
    • You can smash that shit like glass

      Emu-Later GamingEmu-Later GamingUukausi sitten
  • Titanium, glass fiber, aluminium, carbon fiber....

    J GalloJ GalloUukausi sitten
  • imagine making a spring cannon for this

    PenguinJP MCPenguinJP MCUukausi sitten
  • this isn't a bridge, this is a pyramid

    Andre IceColdAndre IceColdUukausi sitten
  • Please 😭

    Osaretin ObadeyiOsaretin ObadeyiUukausi sitten
  • I got in to your Channel because of balloon tower defense why don't you cover the darkling gun that just came out please. I miss that content tbh

    Osaretin ObadeyiOsaretin ObadeyiUukausi sitten
  • I feel like roads are the weakest 4 meter units in the pyramid structure, so wouldn't it be a good idea to reinforce the 4 m units with steel? Edit: nevermind he did that

    F. C. AA01blueF. C. AA01blueUukausi sitten
  • concrete.

    John ThumbleJohn ThumbleUukausi sitten
  • Stressed rebar in concrete is one of the best inventions as far as material strength, combines the really good compressive strength with the really good tensile strength.

    Rondo AndersonRondo AndersonUukausi sitten
  • Concretes compressive strength is crazy. Its flexural strength is not, hence why rebar. :)

    ironedge0ironedge0Uukausi sitten
  • That pyramid seems kinda festive

    abrachooabrachooUukausi sitten
  • I really like poly bridge videos.

    HeadHunter _YTHeadHunter _YTUukausi sitten
    • I am scared to point out the sideways camera because I don’t want to be “that person”

      HeadHunter _YTHeadHunter _YTUukausi sitten
  • His camera is more sideways than his priorities AND his morals

    Britt GuthrieBritt GuthrieUukausi sitten
  • When Tyler goes over the budget: Oh no... anyways

    Brennan DumlerBrennan DumlerUukausi sitten
  • Him being sideways is really bothering me...

    Oren WillfordOren WillfordUukausi sitten
  • BIG TRUSS, BOUT DAT , WHOOP WHOOP i don't know who gonna appreciate this comment but I gotchu

    Kyin GriffithKyin GriffithUukausi sitten
  • "A aleinsrock original series"

    OhGoodGreef55OhGoodGreef55Uukausi sitten
  • 05:05 no not diamond because it is a hard material not a soft on. if you compress diamond it will shatter.

    toaster oventoaster ovenUukausi sitten
  • fun fact with diamond in regards to its compressive strength: it can't be used for structural stuff due to having cleavage planes (segments where if it's pulled just right, it breaks). this is also how it's able to be cut for jewelry. also, diamonds are not actually all that rare, they're just monopolized by a company that sells them at a massive markup.

    EarioEarioUukausi sitten
  • Concrete would probably be the solution for compressive strength

    Nate PichlerNate PichlerUukausi sitten
  • LOL a sideways Tyler, that's funny Great content as always! I watched one of your streams on Twitch last night for the first time

    Cool_CodyCool_CodyUukausi sitten
  • Metal is better with tensile strength irl. You prolly already know that

    Jordan BoppJordan BoppUukausi sitten
  • I'm nowhere close to a bridge engineer, but could a metallic ligue be stronger than steel in a bridge construction?

    Davi SDFDavi SDFUukausi sitten
  • Camera?

    Mango RayaMango RayaUukausi sitten
  • "oh god we've stopped the ball" - a sideways man

    Jona TademaJona TademaUukausi sitten
  • okay now do this with less than 40% stress

    TillmanHenderslamTillmanHenderslamUukausi sitten
  • "This is not a bridge, this is a triangle"

    Steep SlopeSteep SlopeUukausi sitten
  • I saw a campaign called Single Road Shenanigans hm

    - t h o n k i n g -- t h o n k i n g -Uukausi sitten
  • Hi Sideler.

    StampsStampsUukausi sitten
  • Can somebody explain to me why tyler is sideways? Edit: oh i didnt watch the whole video, okiedokie.

    PotatoMan 2.0PotatoMan 2.0Uukausi sitten
  • Generally speaking, for engineering, composites are really useful, because you need a lot of different things from a material, like concrete (good in compression) + rebar (great in tension) + mesh (helps with weathering)

    SageSageUukausi sitten
  • Fun fact in when testing concrete strength normally the rebar gives out before the concrete

    Robby HetzlerRobby HetzlerUukausi sitten
  • Do you know the Eiffel tower map in workshops?

    SellusionStarSellusionStarUukausi sitten
  • Steel is the strongest common used material for compression by area. If they want something stronger than steel, they make steel of higher quality or increase the cross-section surface area of the beam. Concrete pillars can be stronger in compression, because it's way cheaper to build so they just use very large cross-sections compared to steel beams to compensate for the lack of strength.

    KarumaQpangKarumaQpangUukausi sitten
  • Fun fact irl steel is actually stronger in tension than it is in compression. Concrete is very strong in compression but very very week in tension. I don't think concrete is actually stronger than steel in compression, however, its so much cheaper that you can just make it thick af to get it stronger.

    martinshoostermanmartinshoostermanUukausi sitten
  • The pyramid kinda looked like a Christmas tree

    Thomas MartinThomas MartinUukausi sitten
  • Concrete could be a material but then we concrete with no rebar and concrete with rebar (I don’t remember what the thing was called but I think it’s called rebar)

    Cain CionaCain CionaUukausi sitten
  • I didn't even realize he was sideways until he pointed it out

    El tiburoncini mandariniEl tiburoncini mandariniUukausi sitten
  • 5:37 concrete does actually have amazing compressive strength (i dont know how it compares to steel though), its tensile strength where concrete falls short though, its tensile strength is pretty awful compared to compressive, which is usually why its reinforced with steel, since steel has MUCH higher tensile strength, so the concrete tends to handle compression, where the steel handles tension

    Revampedharpy09Revampedharpy09Uukausi sitten
  • 5:13 i mean, titanium is stronger for its weight, but a high quality steel is stronger in terms of absolute strength. like a kilogram of steel will be weaker than a kilogram of titanium, but thats only because titanium is MUCH lighter than steel

    Revampedharpy09Revampedharpy09Uukausi sitten
  • concrete is much better at compression than steel, but they use steel to help with tension( the bottom with be experiencing tension when you drive over it) because concrete is crap when dealing with tension. that's why we use steel to help, its in the bottom steel is for tension.

    Jackson PendletonJackson PendletonUukausi sitten
  • I'm pretty sure steel is few hundred times stronger than concrete when it comes to compressive strength, but concrete is much, much cheaper and lighter, that's why reinforced concrete exists - to combine the compressive strength and cheapness of concrete and the overall strength of steel (but when it comes to r.c. most of the time you need steel for tension, sometimes you would use steel for compression - foundations for small buildings are an example).

    A c h iA c h iUukausi sitten
  • I think your confusion come from the fact that you are relying more on shear strength than compressive strength. Concrete has very little shear strength compared to steel of a similar size and weight.

    the.beard.yycthe.beard.yycUukausi sitten
  • 5:05 Graphene؟

    Mohamed AymanMohamed AymanUukausi sitten
  • With the stress on the pyramid bridge looks like a christmas tree... Happy Halloween!

    Banane42Banane42Uukausi sitten
  • Bruh I though I was high when I looked at the face cam

    rlyKadenrlyKadenUukausi sitten
  • Stronger than steel in construction does not mean Tungsten, which would be stronger in compression, but just more steel. It's just the most economical choice and unlike in polybridge you can just make the steel beam thicker if you need to.

    Wolfgang BrehmWolfgang BrehmUukausi sitten
    • The compressive strength for steel is about 10 times that of reinforced concrete at just about 2.5 times the weight and about 7 times the cost.

      Wolfgang BrehmWolfgang BrehmUukausi sitten
  • "But who's gonna stop us? We got a fricking _pyramid."_

    Huh NeatHuh NeatUukausi sitten
  • 8:15 you just killed the Christmas tree >:( ahahha

    Eddy / Rocket LeagueEddy / Rocket LeagueUukausi sitten
  • Historians: "The egyptians built pyramids to bury pharaohs" Egyptians: actually just playing bridge game

    ZhewaxenZhewaxenUukausi sitten
    • The Pharaohs were the fallen A13s

      LjfabLjfab4 päivää sitten
  • No!! He missed my campaign lol. Ah well at least I took over the recent tab for a bit...

    Gaotosky10Gaotosky10Uukausi sitten
  • that one spring segment is hurting my ocd

    BlanqueBlanqueUukausi sitten
  • Horizontal Tyler, what crimes will he commit?

    TheLlammaTheLlammaUukausi sitten
  • Poly bridge no joint campain

    Daniel BeauchotDaniel BeauchotUukausi sitten
  • Concrete isn't stronger in an absolute sense, but once other factors get considered it has advantages. It is lighter, cheaper, easy to cast on site, and cannot rust for example

    InnateWarriorSMInnateWarriorSMUukausi sitten
  • Titanium could be

    MrBrendon999MrBrendon999Uukausi sitten
  • Jokes on you, im on mobile and see you right side up :)

    sichel94samsichel94samUukausi sitten
  • 5:20 concrete is extremely strong in compression, while steel is good in both compression and tension. Thats why reinforced concrete is used in nearly all large buildings. Its stronger in tension than plain concrete which is weak in tension, but cheaper than straight steel with slightly better compression strength.

    Bent RodBent RodUukausi sitten
  • Cant spell campaign without pain

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  • #bringbackwideler

    Angered GooseAngered GooseUukausi sitten
  • now do it under 40% stress

    barriesbarriesUukausi sitten
  • but did you share the pyramid though?

    Wisp PandemoniumWisp PandemoniumUukausi sitten
  • That first pyramid fail is the most magnificent bridge collapse this game has ever known.

    Herb DerblerHerb DerblerUukausi sitten
  • Concrete is pretty much the ultimate compressive strength building material, while steel is the tensile strength king; both in terms of cost per pound of material. That’s why they put rebar in concrete so you get the best of both worlds. They also design building floors as a “composite slab” to help a buildings’ strength out tremendously: the steel holding the concrete up has welded studs on top of it that stick up into the concrete and the concrete gets poured around it and so what you get is if you think about the floor bowing down from weight, the beam can normally flex (under tension) without breaking or experiencing plastic deformation(bending so bad it doesn’t go back to its original shape) but the beams’ studs sticking up in the concrete try to compress the concrete between the studs and they lock each other into place creating a super strong “composite” slab system where the steel beams and concrete work together. Background: structural steel fabricator project manager; I build the skeleton of buildings for a living-but I’m not an engineer so I may have gotten technical details wrong

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  • 2020 likes

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  • 1:24 How bad can it really be Famous last words

    GambleonGambleonUukausi sitten
  • Ok who set him into defense mode?

    ThePartyMareepThePartyMareepUukausi sitten
  • why its sideway camera?

    Antoni PardaAntoni PardaUukausi sitten
  • U are not a normal man

    Samuele passanitiSamuele passanitiUukausi sitten
  • Rocks have insanely good compressive strength. Concrete is make of rocks. Asphalt is a type of concrete, as it’s made with asphalt as the binder instead of cement. Asphalt hardens with temperature, cement does it with a chemical reaction. Because of this, roads can be recycled into themselves and resurfaced. That’s also why some roads have weight limits, as a very heavy vehicle on a hot road can leave tire shaped dents in it.

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  • trust the trust out of trust on the trust and 20% of video is for trust on the trust on the trust next to a trust

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  • Webcam quality has improved over the years!

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