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Please Note: This is an Early Access Title
Gravi is an intense puzzle-platformer that will test your tolerance for pain. Shoot and swing your way towards victory as Gravi, an adorable blue ball of energy. While you’re launching through terrorizing traps and bending gravity to your will, Anti-Gravi, an atomic ball of rage, is barreling down on your position.
After losing yourself in the ridiculously trap-filled underbelly of an alien test facility, you must use your wits and perseverance to solve a series of perplexing puzzles. Along the way, your limits will be put to the test by all sorts of absurdly dangerous hazards.
Snatch up collectibles and fight off Anti-Gravi on your path to freedom. If you can survive Gravi’s 40 unique levels and best Anti-Gravi at his own game, you just might make it out alive.
40 levels of amazing game-play
4 boss encounters
Unique game mechanics
A Buzzing 2D platform puzzlerAJ1AJ | June 8, 2015 | See all AJ1AJ's reviews »
This game is a really challenging platform puzzle game. The levels take a while and there are a few slightly more hidden parts to levels. The game includes a fair amount that is time related movements but that is ok because otherwise it would be boring. The only reason I don't rate it too good is because I managed to get bored of it because it just got too difficult for me. If you like puzzle platform games that involve timing then you might want to get this game.
Forever Early Access Title.Furrek | June 22, 2014 | See all Furrek's reviews »
The last time I did played Gravi was in february 2014, but I do remember this game was avaible much earlier on steam. So, few months passed and this game is still as early access game. Even the latest update was in early 2014. I remember this game advertised on few websites and forums, it looked like the guy(s) who made this game really care about this work. Anyway, about the game. It's challenging and annoying in same time. Controls are probably made to be used only in controller, not keyboard. This game is also a bit bugged. And the most annoying probably are random achievements showing when playing. Like, you haven't reached some lvl and achievement for this level just showed up. Since there is no info about any update I guess there wasn't any. It's a shame, since I'm waiting for this game to have everything fixed and then wanna have fun. I know this is how early access works, but waiting half year for some mirror fixes? C'mon... If you are looking for challenging, but still decent in terms of gameplay, platformer, and you don't have a problem with a few bugs that can make it harder to enjoy your game, you should get it.
Early access, but worth itgrhakerck | June 13, 2014 | See all grhakerck's reviews »
This is a game, where you control a ball. It's not very hard to understand, but it offers us different challenges that are sometimes a little bit hard to solve. What actually bothers me sometimes is the main menu. For some reason I sometimes find it impossible to click the Play because of some message about my controller. Otherwise, this game is very easy to play and is also really fine. Assuming that it is only in Alpha, it will get better over time. What else can you even want?
Top Indie Titlejuxtaposed_j | Jan. 11, 2014 | See all juxtaposed_j's reviews »
A simple yet challenging puzzle adventure where you control Gravi. There are about 30+ levels all filled with traps and require you to pit your wits, A sadistic challenge!!!
Worth it on saleFreako | Jan. 11, 2014 | See all Freako's reviews »
This game is really top notch. I love the graphics and background they use. Gives you that 3D feeling but it's still the standard platformer in my opinion. Some are really challenging and the boss encounters are great. You really feel challenged to give your best but honestly difficult ones are the only 4 bosses you are going to fight against. Achievements are great for replay ability in this game. Gameplay is fluid and responsive graphics wise love it.