Tiger-Stone: A Fast and Tidy Drafting Brick Road Machine

Tiger-Stone allows you to build 400 yards of road a day using cobblestone. This doesn’t automatically sort, cut and arrange the bricks in patterns. It just lays them. Someone needs to put the right bricks in the right places at the top.





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