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Add a "teaching" feature to help us learn how to build strong structures in different situations.

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      • Dave commented  · 

        Great, I need help and sometimes resort to trial and error. I like the challenges of basic physics, but some of the levels are frustrating if your lacking in engineering.
        Learning is what it's all about.
        Thanks

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Am stuck on the skyscraper in the wind. Need game to provide instruction mode to give some guidance. Shame to limit to engineering types.

      • RBarryYoung commented  · 

        This is a great idea! I have been playing both games for almost 6 months, and in the first few months I was plagued with the thought "what am I doing wrong?!?" These games are such excellent "teaching moments" it would be a shame to waste. And I keep hearing about teachers and profs who are using them in class, surely some of them would contribute material?

      • Race commented  · 

        Get bridgebasher. It has some ideas. Although those ideas are meant for a bridge so I don't know how well they will apply to this game. O by the way, a triangle is the most stable shape out of all of them so use that as a start

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