Summary: This game is very addictive simply cannot put it down. Some levels are easy to resolve and I think I have become quite good and then the next level I struggle and simply have to have help. If you like a challenge, buy this game!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: This game is good fun, and requires some thought. It is true that, as other reviewers have said, the problems could be more varied. But playing the game is surely more enjoyable than watching X Factor or BGT!! I hope that more games of this sort appear. I had earlier finished my review at this point. But it would be wrong not to express my admiration for the ingenuity of the game's design.
Excerpt: "...I find the perfect game. Professor Heinz Wolff’s Gravity for the Nintendo Ds console was the game I chose. === The Game === The idea is to use gravity and make sure you hit a target. You are given a grid and on this grid might be a ball dropping from any angle it feels like. You have to make that ball hit the red target button or make some of the equipment you have hit the red target. So you might have 4 blocks of wood and they are there to help ...
Summary: This game is fun to begin with but each level is just a similar version to the previous ones. It needs more variety. Also you get a limited number of hint points at the start which you have no way of increasing so once you have used them, if you're stuck, then you stay stuck. On the whole I was disappointed with this game.
Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity (DS): Prof Heinz Wolff defies the laws of gravity!
2 August 2009
Summary: Firstly, I wanted to highlight a real annoyance with this game. I'm left handed and so use the stylus in my left hand, most games of this type allow you to switch the functions of the buttons on the left to the dpad on the right, or they will both do the same function. In this game, this isn't the case.
Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity (DS): An adult friendly puzzle game for the DS
3 July 2009
Summary: Another adult friendly puzzle game, this time based on simple physics, not quite up there with the best physics based game ever, that game is Fantastic Contraption (google it to play it on the web) but this game is very enjoyable. Basically you are given a start point and an end point. At the start point a ball will drop you then have to work out how to get the ball or another object to end up in the end area.