Tonka Construction 2 Walkthrough

Any illegal download requests and/or links will be an automatic block, no questions asked. I have the original CD and have zero tolerance for such comments.
(Note: For personal reasons, I had to take down a small handful of my older walkthroughs. I will be redoing them, correcting the one mistake I made with each of them, which is only for me to know.)
Here we are with the first walkthrough to be uploaded to this account in forever now. It’s Tonka Construction 2, and is the sequel to the popular Tonka Construction. It’s not as good as the first in my opinion, but still a pretty decent game. Here’s my level-by-level comments:
City: This one is pretty long and boring to watch a recording of. It’s fun to do it on your own, but doesn’t work quite well in a walkthrough. I tried not to go illogical with the decorations this time (I’ve gotten complaints about doing that in the past), so no more physics defying. Sorry.
Quarry: They could’ve made this one longer. I mean, it’s fun while it lasts, but it doesn’t last very long at all. You blow up rock looking for three pieces of treasure, put it together, and you’re done. Whoop-dee-doo. It’s still fun blowing the living heck out of everything, though.
Desert: Okay, do they really expect kids to be patient enough to go through everything? This one is just tedious and boring, and most kids would be bored before they even finished paving a quarter of the road. Thank goodness you can skip it.
Mountain: This one is epic, mostly because of the ski trails. Making them overlap and adding obstacles is so much fun to do, especially when it begins to sound like a warzone.


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24 thoughts on “Tonka Construction 2 Walkthrough

  1. My dad used to be a co designer at Magellan interactive in 1999-2004 he gave me this game when I was 5, loved the hell out of it

  2. I have to tell you, this was one of my favorite games when I was young and I still love how it looks with the backgrounds, scenery and how you could create any building you wanted.

    I would usually start with the Desert Level, then the City, then the Quarry and finally the Mountain.:)

  3. 15:13 the kid yelling "oh man yeah" ive heard in countless movies, tv show, and games. and i feel like im the only one that have noticed this sound bite being used so much.

  4. My dad was a road construction worker and this gave me pride in my dad's work. But it also showed me to never follow in my dad's footsteps. Do something better. it's a kid's game I know, but it had quite the impact on me. GG tonka

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