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Gravity

Platform(s): Nintendo DS, PC, Wii
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Deep Silver

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'Gravity' (NDS/Wii/PC) - 3 New Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

Gravity is a fiendishly fun puzzle game that will appeal to the young, the old, and everyone in between. Players must master the correct placement of objects in order to solve each puzzle and advance to the next level. There is more than one way of completing a given puzzle, often with surprising results. With over 100 levels packed full of mind boggling and challenging puzzles, plus 10 sandbox levels and an editor for creating custom levels, the game contains hours of fun and endless replayability. High quality, hand-painted backgrounds and an atmospheric soundtrack enhance the experience.

Get the Gravity [NDS/Wii/PC] Trailer off WP (23mb)

Gravity is a fiendishly fun puzzle game that will appeal to the young, the old, and everyone in between. Players must master the correct placement of objects in order to solve each puzzle and advance to the next level. There is more than one way of completing a given puzzle, often with surprising results. With over 100 levels packed full of mind boggling and challenging puzzles, plus 10 sandbox levels and an editor for creating custom levels, the game contains hours of fun and endless replayability. High quality, hand-painted backgrounds and an atmospheric soundtrack enhance the experience.

Features:

  • Over 100 increasingly difficult levels to solve
  • 20 sandbox levels for experimental play
  • 4 mini-games for exciting matches with friends
  • An editor for creating new levels (PC only)
  • Beautifully designed and unique backgrounds
  • On-screen help from Professor Heinz Wolff


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